Trainers should use their judgement for making participants feel comfortable and engaged with the classroom environment, considering their profile and time limits.
The trainer asks each participant to take a piece of plain paper (A4 format) and write down a relevant to the topic question that could be asked to the classroom participants. After writing down the question (for example, “What are the main difficulties you face as a migrant?”, or “Have you ever been a migrant yourself?”), participants are counselled to stand up and walk around the room, freely interacting with as many of the participants as possible, trying to select answers for their question set. After five minutes, participants are asked to sit down.
By the end of this procedure, the trainer chooses some questions and invites shared answers, summing up the responses given. The trainer encourages participants to maintain a willingness to learn from each other and to ask questions.