Gather the participants into a circle at the end of the activity or at the end of the day.
Tell the participants that they should come up with an ÌøåÀå_onionÌøåÀå_ and an ÌøåÀå_appleÌøåÀå_ for the day or the activity they just completed.
An Onion is a part of the day or activity that they did not enjoy, something they disapproved, or an experience they did not particularly like.
An Apple is a positive experience, such as a something they liked about the day, a specific act of teamwork they observed, a compliment for someone else, or other positive comment.
ItÌøåÀå_s best to start the debrief with the ÌøåÀå_onion,ÌøåÀå_ so each participant can end on a positive note.
You can also change the two categories. Here are some examples:
Roses and Thorns
Candy and Vegetables