Hi ... I need some help on games / skit on effective communication skills. If any one has or been a part of this communication training please share or email on . Thanks
From India, Mumbai


I am sure a lot of quality communication related text books would have exercises and games incorporated to reinforce the learning. You can use them or adapt them to suit your requirements. However, to get you going here are a couple of games that you can play

1. What's the Good Word ( this used to be a popular game on DD in the good old days and used to be hosted by Ms. Sabira Merchant) Form teams of 2 or 3 or more and one member is given a word. He /she will ideally give one word clues to the word and the team members have to guess it. This is a good way to reinforce learning of synonyms. By tweaking the same game it can be used to learn antonyms too. eg. EGG - the clues could be yolk, hen, omelette, etc.

2. Forming sentences one word at a time by each subsequent participant in a row. Here teams of 5- 10 can be formed. A couple of word eg. knife, hot, shape etc can be given to a person nominated as the Joker in the team. The first person starts with a word and the the next person is to tell another word such that there is continuity and with each person contributing a sentence can be made. The joker does not utilize his word till a suitable situation arises where his/ her word fits in.( Pay attention to construction of the sentence and not to the logic or factual accuracy of the sentence formed. Useful to get beginners in the English language to get initiated into sentence formation)

I trust these games will trigger more ideas for you to adapt, adopt or innovate upon and make the learning interesting, exciting and emphatic.

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From India, Mumbai
Hi Deepa,
Could you let us know who the audience is.
I can suggest games as per the need.
Meanwhile you can check out Businessballs free online learning for careers, work, management, business training and education: find materials, articles, ideas, people and providers for teaching, career training, self-help, ethical business education and leadership; for personal for a whole lot of games etc.

From India, Delhi

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