IAF Methods

Active Replay: Clarifying What Happened

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This is part of the Active Reviewing suite of methods.
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Goal

Clarifying what happened by:
1. Keeping everyone in the group informed about what others were doing (especially where a group has split into smaller units during an activity).
2. Informing others outside the group about a group event (or possibly just to update the trainer following an independent exercise).
3. Reconstructing a distant or complex event (to help people recall and relive the facts and feelings of an event).

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Materials

    Instructions

    When the sub groups of a larger group need to share some part of the work they have done while away from the larger groups.

    During

    1. For each larger sub-group sharing their activity, divide them into two groups.
    2. One group takes the roles (people, objects, places, etc.) and re-enacts what happened or a scene from different angles.
    3. The other team members narrate the story of the event or clarify why it happened, how it happened, what the outcomes were and the conclusion.
    4. Lead a discussion about the event.

    After

    Usual or Expected Outcomes: Shared understanding of group activities.

    Background

    Source: Roger Greenway

    Derived from: An earlier version of this article appeared in Bulletin, Group Relations Training Association, (1983). This version was revised in 1996 as a handout for reviewing skills training. It includes references to material that now appears in 'Playback: A Guide to Reviewing Activities' (1993), published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in association with Endeavour Scotland, and written by Roger Greenaway.

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