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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 26 Tips for Trainers: using drama in PRA training `Good' and `bad' interviews

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 26 Tips for Trainers: using drama in PRA training `Good' and `bad' interviews Both groups advise their actors through the interview, clapping to stop the action and Begin by discussing what attitudes and consult as a `team'. Once the sketch has been behaviour towards community members completed in a satisfactory way, end the should be. Generate from this a list of words or session. This exercise demonstrates how a shift phrases that sum up appropriate and in behaviour on one side can be counter inappropriate attitudes and behaviour. Then balanced by changes on the other side. use these as a basis for creating `good' and `bad' interviews. Divide the group into small The two interview situations can become the groups of 4 - 6 members and give each group basis for wider discussions about how to about 10 minutes to prepare a sketch. Half of proceed with fieldwork and how to encourage the small groups are asked to prepare a `good' the participation of community members. interview, the other half a `bad' interview. Ask the groups to perform each interview situation. Source: This exercise is adapted from After each performance, ask the group to ...

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