Contact situations

Interpret a contact situation as positive or negative and discover the right to protection.

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1

Discuss the situations one by one and ask the players how the story will continue. 

2

The players draw the continuation in a third square, next to the game board. The story can be fictional, or directly related to the child's own world. 

3

Use this moment to start a discussion. Suggested questions:

  • Do you recognise the situations?
  • How does it make you feel?
  • How would you react?
  • Do you think this contact is dangerous for you? Why?
  • What do you know about your right to protection?
  • Why do you have the right to protection? 

Extra game information

The game boards each show four contact situations, each situation expressed by two pictures. The first picture is an introduction to the situation. The second one shows some kind of contact (positive or negative). 

Variations

Use in combination with the evaluation game board (SOCIETY B3), emotion game board (SOCIETY B1) and Children's Rights overview game board (GAME C9) to facilitate the discussion. 

Specific learning objectives

  • Reflect upon boundaries: learn about your physical boundary and what it means to you.

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Sander Degeling

Partnership Coordinator Africa & Asia StreetwiZe • Mobile School BE

22 August, 2019

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