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Why is it important to see “the big picture?” Zoom. ISTVAN BANYAI. Slide A: Describe what this is. Let's take a step back and re examine what you see. Slide B. Materials: Zoom by Istvan Banyai The goal is for the group to figure out the sequence of the pictures. Participants See pictures of the activity in action below!. Zoom activity - Istvan Banyai - Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf) or view Zoom - Istvan Banyai Activity. Zoom Pictures Final.
When everyone has arrived, explain that each person is holding part of a story and that the group task is to find out what the story is by putting their pictures in sequence.
Use a time limit to increase difficulty and enhance focus on teamwork. Team performance can be measured e.
If there are a few more people than cards, then pair people up. For larger groups, if there is enough people then have 2 or more groups running the activity at the same time or use a sequence of cards to suit the group size.
Zoom activity - Istvan Banyai
For smaller groups, try disallowing talking. This increases the difficulty and creates the need for expressive sign language. In general, allow large groups to talk because there is enough complexity sorting out all the pictures.
Another way to increase complexity with small groups is to give each person more than one picture.
To reduce complexity for young groups e. Why was it hard to get the story together? What communication methods might have worked better? What would have happened then? Explain that participants may only look at their own pictures and must keep their pictures hidden from others.
Encourage participants to study their picture, since it contains important information to help solve a problem. The challenge is for the group to sequence the pictures in the correct order without looking at one another's pictures.
Participants will generally mill around talking to others to see whether their pictures have anything in common. Sometimes leadership efforts will emerge to try to understand the overall story. This book is shipped intact.
Zoom Team Building Activity
To create the game, the pages of the book need to be separated into one page sheets, trimmed, and then can be laminated or placed in clear plastic sleeves Summary A group tries to create a unified story from a set of sequential pictures. The pictures are randomly ordered and handed out.
Each person has a picture but cannot show it to others. Requires patience, communication, and perspective taking in order to recreate the story's sequence.
Can be done indoors or outdoors. When everyone has arrived, explain that each person is holding part of a story and that the group task is to find out what the story is by putting their pictures in sequence. Use a time limit to increase difficulty and enhance focus on teamwork.
This self-referentiality prevents the reader from suspending the realistic world. Instead, it keeps the reader involved as an active participant in constructing the text.
Zoom & Re-Zoom
You are not allowed to sit back and simply consume this book. It forces you to think about it the entire time.
Clever in its simplicity, this book gives a true sense of a world within a world and reminds the reader that all printed images are snapshots of events that really did happen somewhere at some time.
As an instructional tool, Zoom might be useful in teaching readers to look for details and to examine things closely before making assumptions.Each image should be on one sheet of paper you can laminate them so that they last more than one session.
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Total Time: 30 minutes 5 minutes to brief and setup 15 minutes for the activity 10 minutes to review and debrie Running the Activity Explain the activity: The group has to piece together a story from the set of the images that is handed out. Why was it hard to get the story together? The number of images should match the number of participants.
Suggested Learning Outcomes. What kind of leadership was used to tackle the problem?