Blog Post 3: Appropriate Games or Simulations


The practice that I used in my “Planting Flower Pot Flowers” was a game that requires the audience to put the given pictures in proper order based on the lesson given.  Feedback was set up to be given immediately after the practice.  This is helpful for the audience to ensure that they learn the correct steps in a timely manner instead of learning the steps out-of-order and having to relearn the process again.

Depending on audience size, a game with individual photographs could be given to teams and the teams would have to put the photographs in order to ensure that the materials had been understood.  Another way that the presenter could ensure that the audience has learned the materials is to provide materials that mimic the real materials and then have groups work together to recreate the  flower-pot flowers in a controlled environment.  This would ensure that the audience…

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