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Facilitator Guide 2017 FINAL

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• Remind participants to pack before we start our wrap up • Breakfast is at 8:30 and we will start graduation at 9:30 am. Dismiss to Brotherhood Time 30/75 Electric Fence Adapted from North-American Interfraternity Conference, Inc. Closing Activity Ask the participants to imagine that this is an electric fence with a force field from the top of the rope to the ground. The objective of this exercise is to get the entire group from one side to the other. The first person may not run and jump over the rope. He may not exit head first. The last person may not jump the fence, or otherwise exit under their power alone. Encourage group work. When going over the rope, participants may NOT touch the rope, the connecting trees, nor break the plane under the rope. If members touch the rope or break the plane, they “lose” the use of the body part that touched the rope. So, for example, if someone accidentally hits the rope with his arm, he has to hold that arm across this body and cannot use it to help others over, or use it to help him get over the rope later. The facilitators MUST emphasize the importance of spotting and personal safety. Spotting rules: • If they begin to step on the backs of others, remind them to not step directly on the spine or the neck of another participant. Instruct them to step on the shoulder and hips, if necessary. • Only one participant will be moved at a time. • The facilitator spots the first two participants over the fence, and then the groups are fully responsible for spotting. The facilitator will also spot the last participant out. • The facilitator does not physically support the participants unless necessary in the instance of a fall. • Spot until the person in transit is completely over the fence and on the ground. • Be careful to spot the head and shoulder all the time. • Do not let someone be a “step” for too long. • Heads and shoulders must always be above the feet. Reflection • Was the group challenged by this exercise? • Was communication strained? Why? • How did the group accept individual ideas? • What type of positive negative reinforcements did you receive? • What would you do differently in your next attempt? • Why would we end with this activity? • How does this activity relate to the overall theme of Sapphire? 25

Graduation and Closing Day Four: 9:30-10:30 am Objectives • Recognize participants and facilitators for their contributions • End the institute on a positive note 20/20 Lead Presenter / Executive Director Charge Lead Presenters and Executive Director should provide participants a charge to motivate and empower them as they leave the Sapphire Academy and work to inspire the members and communities around them. 25/45 Facilitator and Participant Recognition 15/60 Gavel Pass Lead Presenters should call up facilitators by group and allow facilitators the opportunity to distribute certificates to graduates individually. Presenters should end the Academy with a Gavel Pass. Participants should share their personal Why and what they will do to inspire those around them. 26

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