JLBC "I Have Never" (10 Fingers)


JLBC "I Have Never" (10 Fingers)

Each JLBC Cadets starts off with some candy. Going around the circle, each JLBC Cadets finishes the sentence "I never have..." Every JLBC Cadets who HAS done what they have never done gives that JLBC Cadets one of their candies. JLBC Cadets a fun way to learn things you might otherwise not find out about JLBC Cadets.

JLBC Two Truths & A Lie

JLBC Cadets allow JLBC participants to get to know and appreciate each other better through discovering both unique and common experiences and interests. JLBC Cadets To help level the playing field within a JLBC group through making human connections that aren't related to either JLBC organizational or JLBC power structures. To help JLBC Cadets begin to be more comfortable listening and talking with one another.

JLBC Group Size: This activity can be done with a JLBC group of any size

JLBC Time Required: Each JLBC Cadets will take about 5-6 minutes

JLBC Materials: None

JLBC Physical Setting/Location: JLBC Cadets, this activity can be done either outside or inside – standing up or sitting down.

JLBC Instructions:

1. JLBC Cadets Tell participants that they must introduce themselves to the JLBC group, coming up with two true

statements/facts about the JLBC Cadet and one lie.

2. JLBC Cadets ask for a JLBC volunteer. To begin with, the JLBC Cadets have two truths and a lie – have the JLBC Cadets share all three with the JLBC group.

3. JLBC Cadets, whoever guesses the correct lie will go next.

4. JLBC Cadets some JLBC participants may want to expand on their JLBC truth statements, depending upon how talkative they are!

Me Too

JLBC Cadets this activity works best for small JLBC groups or with a large JLBC group divided into smaller JLBC groups of 6-8 participants.

1. JLBC Cadets everyone in the JLBC group gets 10 pennies/toothpicks/a scrap of paper, etc.

2. JLBC Cadets are the first JLBC Cadets to state something he/she JLBC Cadets have done (e.g., water skiing).

3. JLBC Cadets, everyone else who has done the same thing admits it and puts one penny in the middle of the table.

4. JLBC Cadets, then the second JLBC Cadets states something JLBC Cadet (e.g., I have eaten frogs' legs).

5. JLBC Cadets, everyone who has done it puts another penny in the center.

6. JLBC Cadets Continue JLBC until someone has run out of pennies

JLBC Common Ground

JLBC Cadets this also works best for small JLBC groups or for each small JLBC group sitting together as a JLBC team (4-8 learners). Give the JLBC group a specific time (perhaps 6 minutes) to write a list of everything the JLBC Cadets all have in common. JLBC Cadets tell them to avoid the obvious ("we're all taking this JLBC course"). JLBC Cadets, when time is up, ask each JLBC group how many JLBC Cadet items the JLBC Cadets have stated and listed. JLBC Cadets, for fun, ask them to announce some of the most interesting items.

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