Friday 14th, March - Workshop for the streetchildren joining the World Cup 2014, in Brazil
Educators: Nancy, Susanne, Benedetta, Sotar and Jessica and Natalia
Participants: 30 kids trained for the soccer world cup
what to bring:
- props for the work group (carnival mask, djembe, ..) (Susanne, Nancy, Jessica)
- informations about the 5 Countries (Susanne, Nancy, Jessica)
- Stickers with names (Jessica)
- print lyrics of Indonesia Raya in 10 sheets (Jessica)
- put on banner of golden rules and non verbal communication (Jessica)
- white board marker (to write on the board) (Nancy)
- Speakers to make the song Ya Sudalah be heard at a good volume (Jessica)
· Rhythmical circle
· Introduce our selves singing a typical Dutch/ Italian song in funny ways:
The kids can guess
· The kids sing Indonesian Raya and watch the video about the games and sing with the song.
hang a big sheet on the wall and ask them good and bad expectations, and write it down, and be prepared.
(- Talking about diversity / cultures ; talking about differences : do they notice difference in bodylanguage, tone of voice, facial expression.
· Divide in 5 groups – 5 leaders speaking bahasa
first collect what they already know
then give materials about the countries
Brazil: carnaval dancing, very open, high tone of voice, much emotion, fantasy soccer, christians
Kenya: percussion, open, loud, fast, christian religian
India: more internalise emotions, lots of respect for the other, no touch, softer tone of voice, kind , polite, smile, muslim/ budhist
England: direct, drinking alcohol, loud, more individualist, technical soccer player, no specific religion.
US: voice tone, confident, ambitious, everything is very big
Groups work on typical ways of behavior with educator.
4 groups are sitting, 1 group plays.
They have to make a scene of something happening in that Country.
· Greetings: bow , hugging, shaking hands, kisses
- clashes of culture when greeting in different ways
- Non verbal communication/ How to behave : play to laugh at people, wisper, to point, meaning of handsign/ bodylanguage.
make a scene, Becky, Susanne and Nancy play a scene about someone who gets laughed about because of the colour of their skin
- Finish with Ya Sudalah (ask for speakers at KDM)
Nancy will start a coreography in a circle, and then each kid will propose a movement that the others will copy.