Line of people forming part of a storyline


Engaging technique to tell a story about an experience.

  • Simple
  • Offers depth
  • Sharpens memory
  • Fosters collaboration
  • No props

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Comments (2)

  1. Brian Chacha

    Used this as an after-action debrief at youth church camp. After the line and details began filling in, the energy changed and some of the shy and more quiet students jumped in to participate. We were still able to highlight and draw attention to the intimate moments but in a fun way. Great activity.

    • Mark

      This is so good to hear Brian, thanks for adding your thoughts 🙂

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