Creating a sentence one word at a time
Number of participants: 4-8
Types of participants: Any kind
Ideal conditions: Creative people with good language skills
Pre-Work Required: choose a topic or problem
Give a general topic.
The first person in the group says one word to a topic.
The next person continues with another word.
Eventually the group creates a whole sentence.
e.g. The problem is what to eat:
My stomach/wants/food/but/not/any food/it wants/ chocolate./The grocery stores/ are on strike/ the fridge/ is empty. etc...
Usual or Expected Outcomes: Unusual, not predictable -- lots of laughter
Potential pitfalls: too humourous
How success is evaluated: outcome of sentences
Examples of successes and failures: A good example would be a sentence that make sense and relates to a given topic.
Bad would be a sentence with words that don't relate to topic.
Source: Julia Zielke
History of Development: from my brain to the screen, to the internet
Recognizable components: Random Words thrown together.
References: Random Words thrown together.
Alternative names: Make the Sentence