The Peace Labyrinth
On conflicts, how they arise, and ways they can be resolved
Activity Plan for the Exhibition Visits to the exhibition are conducted in three stages: 1. Preparation activities in the classroom led by the teacher. About one week prior to the museum visit, teachers will receive material from the exhibition staff. It is also recommended that teachers come to the museum for a preparatory tour. 2. Activities at the museum. The students are first gathered together for some brief activities (about 15 minutes in all) to create a productive working environment and generate interest in the topics at hand. They then move on to the maze-like exhibition area, which contains about 40 interactive displays. With workbooks in hand, the students work in groups of two or three to complete their assignmentsâ€”all of which confront them with dilemmas and questions that arise in their everyday lives. Each group begins at a different display and completes all of the tasks within about an hour. The class then comes together for a summary activity. 3. Follow-up activities in the classroom. The goal of these activities, conducted by the classroom teacher, is to process the issues raised in the exhibit, according to the preferences of the students or the needs of the school or teacher. The teachers' manual contains a variety of suggested follow-up activities.
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