Having a group illustrate key points of a presentation with examples displayed visually
Whenever new information is given to a group, some form of processing is needed to embed the information being shared. This process is to enable a low level of processing of information being given.
- A chart needs to be created with two columns and a title row and one row per key point of the information being shared. Write the key points in the left hand column and leave the right hand column blank.
- markers, post-its
Pre-Work Required: Prepare the Chart and the presentation.
1. Present the information to be processed. Emphasize key points.
2. Have each participant provide an example of the key point on a post-it.
3. Put the post-its in the right hand column next to the stated key points on the left.
4. Lead a discussion about the key points using the examples as a starting point.
Source: Maureen Jenkins