When using processing exercises, it is important to stimulate discussion about all of the following EXCEPT
A) topics or issues.
B) rules and regulations.
C) group dynamics or processes.
D) deeper thoughts and feelings.
When introducing an exercise, leaders should clearly present the directions for all of the following reasons EXCEPT to
A) force reluctant members to participate.
B) inform members of the purpose of the exercise.
C) ensure that members from different cultures understand.
D) prevent confusion about what members are supposed to do.
When an exercise has been completed, it can be processed through use of
C) dyads or triads.
D) all of the available choices.
Which of the following is NOT an example of a deep processing question?
A) What did you draw on your page?
B) What feelings were stirred up for you?
C) What new understandings did you gain from doing this?
D) What will you do differently based on what you've learned about yourself?