Note: A full contents list at the front of the book provides a complete list of the activities, the suggested level at which each activity can be used, and the approximate time required for each activity. The summary below aims to give a general idea of the book's organization.alt,br /agt,. The author and series editor. Foreword. Introduction. How to use this book. Section A: Forming the group. 1. Breaking the ice:. Warm-up activities for the first week of term (7 activities). 2. Thinking about language:. Individual learning styles and group strategies (3 activities). 3. Thinking about groups:. Group strengths, individual contributions (3 activities). Section B: Maintaining the group. 4. Bridging gaps:. Opinion- and value-bridging activities (7 activities). 5. Maintaining fluidity:. Reseating and ma#234,la#233,e games (6 activities). 6. Getting to know each other:. Humanistic exercises and personalized grammar (6 activities). 7. I did it your way:. Empathy activities (5 activities). 8 A. sense of belonging:. Whole group identity activities (6 activities). 9. Establishing trust:. Trust- and confidence-building activities (5 activities). 10. Staying positive:. Encouraging positive feelings (7 activities). 11. Group achievements,. Product-orientated activities (5 activities). 12. Bringing it together:. Pyramid discussions, feedback techniques, and summaries (7 activities). 13. That patriotic class feeling:. Inter-class activities and competitions (5 activities). 14. Ensuring participation (5 activities). 15. Learning to listen (5 activities). 16. A sense of direction:. Setting, assessing, and resetting goals (6 activities). 17. Coexistence and compromise:. Individual wants and frustrations, group solutions (5 activities). 18. Coping with crisis: some group problems. Section C: Ending the group experience. 19. Ending with positive feelings (4 activities). 20. Evaluating the group experience (5 activities). 21. Finalealt,br /agt,. Language focus index. Further reading.