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Exercise, Presentation

cook the YOUTH PASS soup

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to bring the input about youth pass as funny as possible and as informal as possible

Description of the tool

- the facilitator is dressed up as a cook and is invited to bring a cooking lesson about "YOUTH pass soup"
- First every ingredient should be explaned : you open each pot , one by one and bring out the ingredient and you explane where it comes from and how it is prepared... for each ingredient you can also add a certain candy, so the audience can also "taste" for each ingredient.
Each ingredient will be added to the big pot and at the end you mix and bring out the exemple...

Afterwards every participant ia invited to cook his own soup, using the ingredients of the pots...

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Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/924

This tool is for

10 - 50

and addresses

Personal Development, Evaluation

Materials needed:

- dress up cloths
- little pots with descriptions of key competences in it
- one big pot with an exemple of a youth pass in it.

Duration:

30 - 60 minutes

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Henk Persyn (on 23 July 2008)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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