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Simulation Exercise

Monologue - Dialogue

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The Monologue tool is about a character that faces confusion of taking decision and should be convinced at end by someone.

Aims of the tool

Aim and Objectives

- helps you to reflect your thoughts within conflict situation
- deepen the understanding of your beliefs and doubts
- identify the surrounding environment elements

Description of the tool

Step by Step process:
The workshop starts with explanation of the tool
-Presenting an example with 5 participants (one main character in the middle and 4 persons around standing as they represent psychological tempos).
-The participants will be divided in groups of 5 persons
-Each group will be given a conflict situation related to youth work or similar topics
-The main character will choose the emotions/ physiological moods to play around him/her
-The action start by the main character when state his/her conflict situation
-Participants will be asked to rotate positions with the character in the middle
-Evaluation/feedback and short discussion how the tool can be developed

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Tool overview

Monologue - Dialogue

This tool is for

Youth trainers, leaders, and workers

and addresses

EuroMed, Voluntary Service, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Conflict Management

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking


45 min

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Shadi Zatara and inspired from LARP

in the context of

Tool Fair - 2012

The tool has been experimented in


The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Shadi Zatara (on 4 January 2017)

and last modified

3 November 2016

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