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Communication Strategies

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How to effectively build up a strategy to efficiently start intercultural communication.

Description of the tool

The group is divided into four subgroups. With one task: Analyse the group and how the communication has developed in the first few days, and out of that make a sociological module.
Then once back in the plenary each group presents their results, followed by a discussion and feedback by other groups.
Then the group return into smaller groups and according to the model, they develop a scheme for an effective intercultural communication strategy and in the feedback it will be analysed how relevant this is to international youth work.

The results of this exercise will define the group’s standing as a group and will be an outcome of the work the group have done on themselves so far.

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Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/1009

This tool is for

any group, any size

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Group Dynamics, Project Management, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Organisational Management, Peer education, Evaluation

Materials needed:

flipchart - markers

Duration:

60-90 minutes

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

(If you can claim authorship of this tool, please contact !)

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Lorenzo Nava (on 26 November 2008)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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