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Recommended ground rules. 1. Speak for yourself. 2. Option to pass or take risk. 3. Support others. 4. No putdowns. 5. Confidential. 6. Listen. 7. Be honest. 8. Have fun but play safely. 9. Expect unfinished business. Cluster group activity. Develop a written list of ground rules. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Recommended ground rulesYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 1. Speak for yourselfYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 2. Option to pass or take riskYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 3. Support othersYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 4. No putdownsYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 5. ConfidentialYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 6. ListenYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 7. Be honestYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 8. Have fun but play safelyYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • 9. Expect unfinished businessYouth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

  • Cluster group activityDevelop a written list of ground rules

    Youth Alive Training*

    Youth Alive Training

    Recommended ground rules for discussion(See Youth Alive Participants manual, page 9)*1. Speak for yourself. Use the word I, not we, you, or most people, etc.*2. You do have the option to pass, but also the responsibility to take risks.

    *3. Support others, by showing you understand and care about them.

    *4. Dont make critical put-downs or killer statements.

    *5. Keep confidential what is shared in the group.

    *6. Listen when others are talking.

    *7. Be as honest as possible with yourself and the members of your group.

    *8. Have as much fun as possible, but play safely.*9. Expect unfinished business. Not all can be done in one group session.

    *Cluster Group Activity: Development of Ground Rules.Break into the various Colored-cluster groups again and develop a written list of ground rules on a poster or placard, which needs to be posted at the site of each Colored-cluster group meeting. (this is to allow adult and youth facilitators to be able to practice doing this when they conduct the Friendship Group session during the Youth Alive conference from Wednesday to Sabbath.)

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