Divide group into pairs. Partners face one another about a meter apart. Learner A initiates movement, and Student B mirrors Student A’s actions. Stress co-operation, but make moves complex and fast enough to challenge your partner.
- After practice, have students move with no one leading or following. The teacher then looks at the individual pairs and eliminates groups in which one partner is leading or the moves are not mirrors.
- Place learners in a line and all mirror one leader, this can have a great effect. Can also slightly time the movements to be slightly delayed adding a ripple effect.
- This is a great introduction to band leader where basically the principal is the same but group is in a circle and one learner takes the lead and the rest have follow. One learner is sent outside whilst the leader is chosen, then returns and tries to guess who is leading.
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