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    • Use of Games, Puzzle & Magic Tricks for Health Education By Manish Kumar Masters in Social Work (TISS, Mumbai) Director-Creative Learning & Communication-Innovations Fellow, Fund for Leadership Program, MacArthur Foundation General Secretary, Indian Institute of Young Inspirers Director, Entertainment Education Resource CentreMember, Council of Sex Education Parenthood International, Mumbai
    • Why Games Easy to involve people Easy to channalize the energies of people Fun loving in nature Able to discuss issues related to health Able to overcome stigma related to various health issues.
    • Puzzles
    • Zig-Saw
    • Zig-Saw
    • Optical Illusion
    • Why Magic Tricks & Puzzles 1. Attracts everyone 2. Create curiosity and generate interest 3. Ability to present concepts 4. Easy Available 5. Easy to Make 6. Easy to Handle/Present
    • Use of Magic Tricks at DifferentLevels of Health Educations Programs1. Interpersonal Communication2. Trainings3. Mass Education
    • Magic Tricks used for various concepts1. Multiplication (Botania)2. Complexity (Card Castle)3. Number analogy (Dove Pan)4. Prejudice and biases (Wonder box)5. Sudden Change (Change Bag)6. Leadership (Ribbon Fountain)7. Chain (Ribbon Fountain)8. Window period (Ghost tube)
    • Activity and Board Games
    • Why Board Games1. It provides joyful environment2. Familiar board games formats3. Easy to use4. Can explain complex concepts in easy formats5. Can be used during leisure activities6. Participatory in nature7. Scope for dialogue and discussion8. Ability to attain participants attention9. Traditional presence
    • Board GamesBoard Games are generally played on a predefinedsurface (board) with the help of pieces/countersand/or dice. The surface (board) can be made ofvarious types of material like –1. Paper2. Hardboard3. Plastic or Raccine4. Cloth5. Metal
    • Race Based
    • Battle Field
    • Combination
    • Use of Board Games at different Levels of Developmental Programs1. Individual2. Group3. Trainings4. Mass Education
    • Various Board Games for Health Education Programs1. Kite and Parachute2. Musical square3. Male/Female Reproductive System - Coin Game4. Opportunity and Obstacle5. Chaupar
    • Kite and Parachute
    • Male Reproductive System - Coin Game
    • Female Reproductive System - Coin Game
    • Chauper
    • Musical Square
    • Why Game Shows1. Schools and Community provide very little time2. Competitive in nature3. Scope for mass interactions4. Very good for Social Sanctions
    • Game Shows
    • Educational Cricket
    • Making Claims to various Record Books Guinness World Records Limca World Records
    • Made a Claim toLimca Book of Records
    • Made a Claim toGuinness World Records
    • Made a Claim toLimca World Records
    • Methodology can be used for1. HIV/AIDS2. Substance Abuse3. Sexuality Education4. Gender Issues5. Early Marriage and Pregnancy6. Violence against Women7. Adolescent Health & Nutrition
    • Do’s and Donts in Entertainment Education1. Language2. Cultural literacy3. Respect the audience4. Combination of awareness messages and entertainment5. Use of analogy6. Role modeling7. Involvement of Community
    • THANKYOU