The activity consists of exchanging and writing an information on reflection sheet.
This activity can be done alone or in groups of up to 4.
A time of collective restitution can be planned: each one presents his work which allows to reflect collectively on the links with the questions and related information
1.The educator will tell the participants that s/he is going to ask them about their favourite nostalgic TV shows that will take them to their childhood and why, adding that there is a ‘magical word’ with which they can supply their preferences and reasons
2.While describing their preferences and opinions about their favourite TV shows from their childhood, they find out that the magical word is ‘because’.
3.The educator wants the participants to keep the word ‘because’ handy because they might need it to give a reason for what they say.
4.The participants are introduced to a story/scene from a nostalgic cartoon show: “Pooh and Piglet can be seen trudging along a snowy track. The day is clear, but the sun is low, and it casts a yellowish-orange glow over the scene. Piglet is wrapped in the woollens and a scarf, while Pooh has nothing on but an old short-sleeved top that is several sizes too small for him. Piglet says to Pooh touchingly. ‘We’ll be friends forever, won’t we Pooh?’ ‘Even longer’ Pooh replies.
This practical activity is - by its nature - an intergenerational activity.
In mixed groups with different ages, questioning skills can be considered regarding the age. In this way, the sense of being community can be empowered.