Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Mirror Exercise

I really enjoyed the mirror exercise that we did in class on Tuesday. I had a hard time not laughing but after I stopped lauging it was cool to mirror someone else. I also enjoyed watching other people do this activity because besides seeing who first started the movement you really couldnt tell who was the leader.

6 comments:

Brian Mozena said...

I also loved the mirror excercise. It was hilarious to control someone elses movement and make them do stupid things. Its easy to do these ridiculous things in goups because I am not the only weird one. Everyone is doing a great job in participating. I think we all deserve A+++++++'s.

Kyle Malone said...

I enjoyed the mirror exercise also. I found it hard though to look someone straight in the eye without laughing and try to mirror what they were doing exactly. I also found that if you don't start with the other person exactly at the start it was really easy to tell who the leader and the followers were.

rklenk said...

the mirror exercise was quite fun. it was harder than what i thought it would be to follow the person. it would be cool to be able to exactly mirror someone. hopefully we can get to that point

Stacey Sadowski said...

I found the mirror exercise very interesting. Keeping eye contact with someone for that long is a very strange feeling. I also thought that following was more difficult because you had to watch the other person very closely without watching there hands. I found it more convincing to anticipate their movement, and move a little ahead of the leader. I felt that this made it more convincing.

BlacknightDH said...

This exersize was quit fun. I enjoyed doing it even though it was quit dificult to fallow the person exactly. if you move to fast the person wil not be able to fallow.

Patrick O'Keefe said...

The mirror excercise was...interesting. I was a little uncomfortable at first but as it continued I just focused on making sure I was following what the leader was doing so that it would look like an actual mirror. I don't know how good I did, but I thought I did alright. Now that I think of it the most akward part was definately looking in the person's eye. I know eye contact is a key skill to have in life but in an excercise like this it is hard to do.