Active Replay: Investigating What Happened

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Identification
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Method
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Investigating What Happened: 1. Awareness-raising (bringing out different points of view and disagreements; 2. Focusing on issues which participants have found difficult to recognise or confront during the activity 3. Analysing a problem (similar to reconstructing the scene of a crime)
Used as component of: 
This is part of the Active Reviewing suite of methods.
Recognizable Components: 
This is part of the Active Reviewing suite of methods.
Recommended size of group: 
1-10
11-25
Remarks about group size: 
2 - 25
Howto
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When a group needs to come to some deeper understanding of an issue, event or activity

1. For each team sharing their activity, event, etc. divide the team into two sub groups. One subgroup takes the roles (people, objects, places, etc.) and re-enact what happened or a scene from different angles.

2. The other team members narriate the story of the event or clarify why it happened, how it happened, what the outcomes were and the conclusion.

3. This can be done for each perspective that should be investigated.

4. Lead a discussion about the enactment.

Background
Developer: 
Roger Greenway
Derived from: 
An earlier version of this article appeared in Bulletin, Group Relations Training Association, (1983). This version was revised in 1996 as a handout for reviewing skills training. It includes references to material that now appears in 'Playback: A Guide to Reviewing Activities' (1993), published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in association with Endeavour Scotland, and written by Roger Greenaway.
History of Development: 

Greenaway, R. (1993). Active reviewing. Retrieved March 2, 2008, from http://reviewing.co.uk/actrev.htm

References: 
Greenaway, R. (1993). Active reviewing. Retrieved March 2, 2008, from http://reviewing.co.uk/actrev.htm
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