|Stage of Activity|| |
Cones to mark the line (if needed)
|Number of People|| |
2+ (works best with more people)
|How it Works|| |
This is a modification of a “get-to-know-you” value-based game that can be adapted to promote team building, quick thinking, self-reflection, and appreciative inquiry (i.e. recognizing personal strengths).
Coach creates a line 15 to 20m long, designating the two ends as “ends of a continuum”.
Give another example, “better at endurance” or “better at speed” (pointing to different ends of the line).
Start slowly, giving easier words such as favourite foods, favourite sports, birth month, and so on. Work into areas such as strengths, values, and opinions as you get faster. E.g. process versus outcome; practice versus competition / game; being on time or being free; strength or endurance; leader or follower; loud encourager or quiet supporter; being with people or being alone; winning or everyone plays… and so on.
Self awareness, locomotor movements, other-awareness
Use different locomotor skills to move along the line.