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  • Izabela Kopik psychologist PSYCHOLOGICAL WORKSHOPS BAIA MARE, ROMANIA COMENIUS “TO LIVE IN AGREEMENT. TOGETHER AGAINST VIOLENCE AND CONFLICTS.” Part 1 - integration IAIM: Integration of the group, knowing themselfTIME: 20 minutesPLACE: Big classroomNO OF PARTICIPANTS:THINGS NEEDED: little sheets of paper, markers or pensWORK SCHEME:Introduction Greeting, introduction to the workshopsMain part 1. What colour are you today? Efery student writes the name of a colour on a piecie of paper. That colour symbolizes the mood a student is in at the moment. After that the students form groups according to the color they have chosen and discuss why they feel in that particular way. 2. Presentation One person from each group presents Symbol of their colour: we are (colour) today becouse…………………
  • Izabela Kopik psychologist IIAIM: Integration of the groupTIME: 20 - 60 minutesPLACE: Big classroom with chairsNO OF PARTICIPANTS: even number of participantsTHINGS NEEDED: nonWORK SCHEME:Introduction Greeting, introduction to the workshops.Main part1. Dividing into groups (we need even number students)We divide the group into two subgroups by counting to 2.“Ones” sit in a circle (either on chairs or on the floor), facing the outside of the circle, “twos”create a circle on the outside- so that every person has a pair. Students turn to each other andare sitting face-to-face.Their task is to have a conversation with their partner on the topic given by the leader. Everpair has a minute for discussing the topic and after the command of the leader they moveover, one seat to the right. A new subject is introduced by the leader and after a minute nextchange of seats takes place and so on and so forth, until the person comes back to his/herinitial seat. The subject to discussion - examples:  My first impression when I see you  About our country  My the biggest success  Fotball  My favourite music  My hobby, interest  My the bigest failure  What would you do if you will win 1 mln dolars  What feature of character do uoy like the most in people
  • Izabela Kopik psychologist  What feature of character don’t you like in people  What makes you angry  What do you think about your school  Who would you like to be in the furure  My first love  What was the most interesting in the Comenius project  What is freedom for you  What is the most important for you  Film, your favourite  Books  Friends  What would you like to change in the worldTpics for the discussion are to be chosen freely according to the requirements and goals of theworkshop.
  • Izabela Kopik psychologist Part 2 – main workshops IAIM: awareness our angerTIME: 20 minutesPLACE: Big classroom with tables and chairsNO OF PARTICIPANTS:THINGS NEEDED: A4 sheets of paper, markersWORK SCHEME:Introduction Greeting, introduction to the workshops.Main part 1. Students writte on a sheet of paper their name – letter by letter verticaly (from top to the bottom). 2. To each letter stodents writte what makes them angry. Student should start from each letter of theirs name. Their writte as many things as their have letter in their name.Ending Discussion about:  What makes you angry - presentation  What things are the most popular
  • Izabela Kopik psychologist IIAIM: my own coutryTIME: 30 - 60 minutesPLACE: Big classroomNO OF PARTICIPANTS:THINGS NEEDED: crayons, big sheets of paper (as many as we have groups), markersWORK SCHEME:Introduction Greeting, introduction to the workshops.Main part We ask for volunteers that will be in charge of leading the activity (the number of volunteers depends on the size of the group- 1 person per 10 participants, but not less than 2).We explain the rules of the task to the volunteers, the others have a short break at that time. Every volunteer has to create his/her new state. He/she has to invent the main idea the state will be based on. The task of the volunteers is to present the idea of the state and canvass citizens from among the group. Every leader shows the idea of the country through pantomime and then the participating students choose the country they wish to belong to. The students move to the next step of the activity in the created groups: - Every state has to create its constitution- at least 10 rules (every inhabitant should sign the constitution) - The citizens of each state have to show how does the life in their country look like (e.g. one day).Ending Leaders are presenting their constitution
  • Izabela Kopik psychologist