Debriefing and final discussion 45min

It is important to debrief all participants immediately after the exercise ends, so that it is clear to everyone that the exercise has ended, and students can return to being themselves and continue their relationships as they were before.

There are many activities that can be used for debriefing. You can, for example, ask the participants to make a circle and pretend to shake their characters off. Or you could ask each participant to introduce themselves with their own name on their turn.

In the final discussion, you can use these questions to get the group talking:

Detailed instructions and a description of a good debriefing can be found on page 16.