Group dynamic: Focus

RECIPIENTS
Persons 8 years and older
GROUP SIZE
40 participants
MATERIALS: Cardboard, pencil, eraser, ruler, colors.
OBJECTIVES

  • Allow participants to interact and socialize
  • Stimulate attention
  • Break ice between the group
  • Encourage teamwork
  • Ability to work under frustration tolerance

METHODOLOGY:
Two groups should be made where each one should go out to do the concentration, make blank grids on two sheets of cardboard (the amount depends on the group, ages and school grades) and even side put loose images of geometric figures, numbers, letters, asterisks , addition, subtraction, equals, the images depend on what they want to work on, these figures must be smaller than the grids so that the participants can locate them.
In another space that is not visible to any participant, the same billboard should be placed with the same sizes on its grid and with the images on the billboard, the participants must look and go and put them the same on the ones they are building, the first that finishes must pass one to one of the other participants of the groups and those who finish first and do it well that will be the winning group.

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Dinamica grupal: Concéntrese

DESTINATARIOS

Personas de 8 años en adelante

TAMAÑO DEL GRUPO

40 participantes

MATERIALES:  Cartulina, lápiz, borrador, regla, colores.

OBJETIVOS

  • Permitir entre los participantes Interactuar y socializar
  • Estimular la atención
  • Rompe hielo entre el grupo
  • Estimular el trabajo en equipo
  • Capacidad de trabajar bajo la tolerancia a la frustración

METODOLOGÍA:

Se deben hacer dos grupos donde cada uno debe salir a realizar el concéntrese, hacer en dos pliegos de cartulinas cuadriculas en blanco (la cantidad depende del grupo edades y grados escolares) y aun lado poner imágenes sueltas de figuras geométricas, números, letras, asteriscos, sumas, restas, iguales, las imágenes dependen lo que quieran trabajar, estas figuras deben quedar más pequeñas que las cuadriculas para que los participantes las puedan ubicar.

En otro espacio que no este a la vista de ningún participante se debe poner la misma cartelera con los tamaños iguales en su cuadricula y con las imágenes en la cartelera, los participantes deben mirar e ir y ponerlas igual en las que están construyendo, el primero que termine deben pasar uno a uno de los otros participantes de los grupos y los que terminen primero y lo hagan bien ese será el grupo ganador.

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Group dynamic: Hidden bases

RECIPIENTS
Persons 8 years and older
GROUP SIZE
40 participants
MATERIALS: Cardstock, markers.
OBJECTIVES

  • Allow participants to interact and socialize
  • Stimulate attention
  • Break ice between the group
  • Encourage teamwork

METHODOLOGY:

Two groups are organized who must go out to look for hidden words to form a phrase, it is important to hide two identical phrases and tell the groups that those who have already found a word and have it repeated must return it to where it was hidden without the other opponents noticing bill.

The phrase they put can be a value and meaning, it can be a phrase from someone representative of the planet, from a section of a book, the phrase is the same for both groups, whoever puts it together first will be the winner.

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Dinamicas grupales: Bases escondidas

DESTINATARIOS

Personas de 8 años en adelante

TAMAÑO DEL GRUPO

40 participantes

MATERIALES:  Cartulina, marcadores.

OBJETIVOS

  • Permitir entre los participantes Interactuar y socializar
  • Estimular la atención
  • Rompe hielo entre el grupo
  • Estimular el trabajo en equipo

METODOLOGÍA:

Se organizan dos grupos quienes deben salir a buscar palabras escondidas para formar una frase, es importante esconder dos frases iguales y decirles a los grupos que quienes ya hayan encontrado una palabra y la tengan repetida deben devolverla donde estaba escondida sin que los otros contrincantes se den cuenta.

La frase que pongan puede ser un valor y el significado, puede ser una frase de alguien representativo del planeta, de un apartado de un libro, la frase es igual para ambos grupos quien la arme primero será el ganador.

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Group dynamic: Chispum

RECIPIENTS
Persons 8 years and older
GROUP SIZE
40 participants
OBJECTIVES

  • Allow participants to interact and socialize
  • Stimulate attention
  • Break ice between the group
  • Attention

METHODOLOGY:

A circle is formed and the person who leads should stand in the center of the circle so that he or she signals to the participant that they should crouch down, saying «Shhh» and those on the right and left must say «Pum» to each other, whoever does it first wins and The one who loses leaves the circle, when there are two participants left, they are placed in a dueling position, turning their backs when the facilitator must say all the time shhhhhhhhhhhhhh, and the participants walk when the facilitator says boom they must turn around quickly and The one who does it first and points to the other remains and will be the winner.

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Dinamica grupal: Chispum

DESTINATARIOS

Personas de 8 años en adelante

TAMAÑO DEL GRUPO

40 participantes

OBJETIVOS

  • Permitir entre los participantes Interactuar y socializar
  • Estimular la atención
  • Rompe hielo entre el grupo
  • Atención

METODOLOGÍA:

Se forma un círculo y la persona que dirige se debe hacer en el centro del círculo para que señale al participante que debe agacharse, diciéndole “Chis” y los que están a la derecha e izquierda deben decirse “Pum” quien lo haga primero gana y el que pierda va saliendo del círculo, cuando queden dos participantes se ubican en posición de duelo, dándose la espalda cuando el facilitador debe decir todo el tiempo chis, chis, chis, chis y los participantes caminar cuando el facilitador diga pum deben voltearse rápidamente y el que lo haga primero y señale al otro queda y será el ganador.

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Group dynamic: Spider web

RECIPIENTS
Persons 15 years and older
GROUP SIZE
40 participants
MATERIALS: Large ball of wool of any color
OBJECTIVES

  • Allow participants to interact and socialize
  • Stimulate attention
  • Break ice between the group
  • Work vocation in individuals

METHODOLOGY:

The participants stand in a circle, all must introduce themselves with their name and life mission or vocation and must remain very attentive to their partner, the facilitator begins, grips the thread hard at one end, says their name and life mission and hands the ball to one of his companions without letting go of the thread, the partner must do the same, say the name and the mission or vocation in life and grab the wool tightly on one side and hand over the ball of wool and so on, each one does the same, the participants should be told not to let go of the yarn until they form a spider web, when all have introduced themselves and indicate the mission of life, but the dynamic does not end there, now the last person must say the name of their partner and what is the life mission and hand over the wool, in the same way he must say the name of his partner who follows and hands over the ball of wool and so on until everyone has presented his partner and the life mission, matter is that the wool is once again complete and rolled up.

In this way the ice is broken, we know the names of our companions and the life mission, if any participant forgets the name and the life mission of their companions, the group is encouraged so that they say it and remind their partner . At the end, a socialization of what has been learned must be done.

It is essential to recognize that a vocation is different from a life project.

Vocation: Inclination or interest that a person feels inside of her to dedicate herself to a certain way of life or a certain job.

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