New technology presents us with a possibility to convert problem-solving role-play
into WWW-based interactive multimedia simulations that can be run in cross-national networks.
In this article, we hope to facilitate the reemergence of a particular pedagogy that has faded somewhat in TESOL, but has been taken up enthusiastically in many other disciplines: role-play
The discussion draws on material collected in a year-long ethnographic study of children's role-play
in three British pre-school classrooms.
Based on quandaries or past scenarios that relate to these challenges, you can formulate a real life role-play
that demonstrates the candidate's modus operandi for dealing with these issues.
Dramatic changes--a new action model for role-play
Consultation with officials at the proposed site enable HNT supervisors to design and implement a realistic role-play
scenario based on the possible threat environment unique to that location.
The scale consists of a 10 item self-administered checklist and a role-play
They talk to the girls about their middle school years, role-play
examples of what happens in school, and lead the middle school girls in small group discussions about how it feels to be the victim.
Extending the role-play
that characterized Let's Get Physical/Digital, Jankowski here cast children as art-world heavyweights and had them act out a series of interviews (based on a program of talks at the Wadsworth Atheneum, in Hartford, Connecticut) and sit for photographs.
Steve Gehrls, district sales manager for the Des Moines district, helps organize the program's content and schedule with Customer Agronomist Bruce Maddy, who conducts the classroom teaching and designs the in-field, role-play
To be sure, the advantages of having children actively involved in expressive role-play
should be self-evident in comparison to structured drill and practice.
Indeed, by subsuming divided subjectivity in a larger conception of the unified self, these writers anticipated theories of acting and role-play
advanced by social psychologists on whom Murray implicitly draws: "the processes that develop a person's character and cognition are basically the same as those that affect a person living a social role or an actor trying to enter into the psychological experiences the script creates for a character as an imagined person" (22).