Time: 10 minutes

Instructions

1. Briefly go over what happened in the session
2. Tell participants to sit in a circle.
3. Choose one of the statements and ask each person in turn to complete the statement. No
comments or discussion are allowed.
4. Do further rounds if you have time or if you want to get further feedback.

Tips for facilitators

Examples of statements:
• The best thing about the activity was ... , and the worst was ... .
• The most interesting thing was ... , and the most boring thing was ... .
• What I resent most is ... , and what I appreciate most is ... .
• The funniest thing was ... , and the most serious thing was … .
• I would have liked more of is ... , and less of ... .
• I learned ... , and I want to learn more about ... .
• Now I want to ... and I hope ... .
• I understood ... , and I need ... .
• I was most surprised about ... .
• The thing I enjoyed doing most was ... , and the thing that I least liked doing was … .
• I felt most confident doing ... , and the thing I felt least confident doing was ... .

If there is time, you can get more in-depth feedback by asking participants to give their reasons. For example, "The best thing was ... because ... . The worst thing was ... because ... .

COMPASS

Manual for Human Rights Education
with Young People