I’ve tried this activity before, and it more than fell on it’s rear end. I am pleased to say, and encourage you to, try something twice.
Once I had spoken to my group in session 1 (a few weeks ago now) about what they wanted to learn, and ironed out my plans to develop group goals, I introduced this activity again.
1. Learners picked a picture that represented learning to them.
2. They discussed this before being given a skeleton worksheet.
3. The learners wrote with varying complexity.
4. They fed their ideas back and agree to make a group poem, which will be published in the next edition of our magazine.