Originally Posted by Ash_Smith
Basically Trebs, the coaches had to pair up to teach each other a skill from their own sport (could be any discreet skill of their own choosing). Before starting they had to write down all the key technical teaching points they would use when teaching, all their best technical jargon. Then just before starting their teaching, they were told they couldn't use any of the words or phrases on the paper. Some found this particularly difficult as it forced them to find alternative ways of communicating and imparting their information. Was good fun to challenge and be challenged in this way!
sounds like an interesting challenge.
i remember a few years ago i had a group of beginners to teach.
when i arrived at the club, there was deafening noise from heavy machines. instead of my usual explanations, i had to resort to showing them what i wanted them to do. we had a lot of fun and it worked quite well too.