www.gogreen-project.eu This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] and all its contents reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. [Project number: 2020-1-CY01-KA202-065983] → Amendment of the suggested solution and qualify the most suitable - GHG emissions reduction specified by each delegation differently. → Rejection of suggested solutions at an extreme scenario ending with total disagreement among the delegates involved. Closing the role-play [1] Summary of the role-play and the decisions made. Towards the conclusion of the role-play and surely after the discussions and negotiations have proceeded well and have reached at a satisfying level close to what had been initially expected, a summary of the role-play is necessary. Present all the proposals and crucial decisions made by the groups at each round of negotiations. Describe in brief the final agreement or solution of the roleplay. 5 minutes Board to sum up the key points of the roleplay _ Sum up the final decisions made by the groups at each round of the negotiations, trying to pique interest and generate questions that will facilitate moving on to the next stage. Timing Debriefing [1] Debrief Coordination Gain insight into the decisions made and behaviors displayed during the role-play. [2] Discussion Ask everyone to step out of their roles and reflect on the experience, focus on the feelings, hope and call to action. Try to engage learners in the discussion to reflect on the experience and draw out insights from it. Based on the feedback received from the debrief discussion, you may elaborate on learning tasks, clarify misunderstandings, or make adjustments for future role-plays. You can facilitate the debriefing discussion by asking questions such as: 55-70 minutes Use the same equipment with previous steps. Results’ sheet Tips for Debriefing