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EF FCP workshop - Rugby conference

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This document has been drafted within the framework of the European project Talking about taboos.The project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The document reflects the view only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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EF FCP workshop - Rugby conference

  1. 1. Workshop, 14.5.2015 dialogue-how to start?
  2. 2. THEME/ HOW TO INITIATE A DIALOGUE? HOW TO REACT IN A DIALOGUE?
  3. 3. TASK/ WHO ARE YOU UNTIL NOW?
  4. 4. FEEDBACK/ Sometimes I make mistakes Sometimes my motivation is egoistic I am a part of the problem
  5. 5. TEST/ GOOD PRACTICE C2C/CITIZEN TO CITIZEN WE PRACTICE: /dialogue as a conversation on a given topic (in the form of an interview)/ method: constructive confrontation with one’s self COURSE: [every pair - 90 seconds] - the participants create pairs /PARTICIPANTS in pairs draw straws – who will ask questions and who will answer; the one with the short straw asks – the one with the long one answers
  6. 6. Recording the dialogue – 90 seconds per pair The person who asks starts: DO WE ESTABLISH OUR QUESTIONS AND THEMES BEFORE? Each pair has to find out within 90 seconds what they have in common and what not. At the end of the conversation each pair tries to formulate a common, new opinion or two separate opinions. TEST/ GOOD PRACTICE
  7. 7. HELP FOR THE TASK AIMS Get to know concretely what we have in common on a given theme Get to know concretely what we do not have in common on a certain theme Formulate a common, new opinion or two separate opinions on a given theme METHOD Close listening Good will Sincerity Respect Patience
  8. 8. THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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