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Chapter 45: Robin Hood > Summary - Pg. 197

45. Robin Hood 45 Robin Hood (concluded) Variations Robin Hood and his Merry Men is only one example of well-known groups that solve problems. There are other possibilities from films, novels, and television. It might be worth asking the group for one that appeals to them. Other groups might be Knights of the Round Table, space travelers, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, etc. Summary First, the review should allow for much laughter and enjoyment from participants in the activity. You might even consider taking some photographs. Then ask the group to talk about how they would evaluate the exercise if they were Robin Hood and his Merry Men. Then ask how they would evaluate the exercise as themselves. What worked well for them? What got in the way? What can they learn from acting like Robin Hood? ­ 197 ­