Draw-the-line is literally a game about drawing lines. It’s a game about us being competitive or cooperative, a game that allows to reflect upon categorizations and divisions, cleavages in our society.
Learning targets in a nutshell:
- Analytical thinking, co-operation and communication skills
- Flexibility, Adaptability, Observing
- Reflect upon and strengthen democratic values of equality, fairness, and justice
- The decision-making in this game can be democratic or not, and enables to reflect upon collaborative, cooperative and competitive elements of political discourses and policies.
Number of players: 3, 4, 6
Difficulty: Intermediate difficulty, players use basic logical thinking and their linguistic and communication skills; groups of players with similar skill levels make the experience more satisfying and interesting.
Timing: 5 minutes for introduction and explanation of the rules, 15-20 minutes for gameplay.