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game played by me when I was 9-10 years hold

game played by me when I was 9-10 years hold

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    • Creating a story with your friends Patrizia Schettino
      • To create a story in 6 steps
      • You need a number of papers and pencils = number of participants
      • All participants are seating in a circle
      • Each participant starts the game defining and
      • writing the first step of the story ( eg.when ) in his/her paper,
      • folds the paper as the next participant can’t read
      • what is written on the paper and gives the paper to the next participant (at the left), while receiving the paper from the next participant (at the right).
      • Note: who/with whom : are the characters, you can write the name or add some characteristics
      • Each participant should follow the same step in story creation (see the steps)
      • The game ends when all people write the end of the story
      • and will give the complete story to the next person at the left and will read the complete story received by the participant at the right
      • The steps
      • When?...
      • Where?...
      • Who?...
      • With whom?..
      • What are they doing?...
      • The end of the story
      • The structure
      • How do you know where to stop?
      • When each partecipant can read one complete story
      • Are the rules stable?
      • Stable, but flexible
      • (eg.you can add/change steps)
      • What signals are used to send the message «  this is play  »?
      • A circle of people following some rules for creating a new story
    • Pleasure? Did the group find the game enjoyable ?