Showing two sides of the same coin or debating pros and cons.
- As the instructor, you divide the participants into two groups: one pro and one con. This can be done, for example, by assigning participants randomly to the groups.
- The groups familiarise themselves with the topic and prepare argumentation points, writing them on cards.
- The results can be recorded on a flipchart.
- Individual points are then argued by one representative of each group, resulting in a detailed list of pros and cons.
Paper or word processor