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role-play

(rōl′plā′)
v. role-played, role-play·ing, role-plays
v.tr.
1. To act out (a situation), as for therapeutic , educational, or recreational purposes: "He mixed learning and playing—once he asked the children to role-play the Berlin Conference" (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie).
2. To assume or act out the role of: "Every week, in front of the rest of the class, the students role-played priests hearing confession, with Father Dom as the penitent" (Erin McGraw).
v.intr.
To assume or act out a particular role: "When I hire people I role-play with them ... to see how they take pressure" (Peter Schrag).
n.
Role-playing.

role-play

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role play

n
(Education) the act of imitating the role of a different person, for example as a training exercise or in language learning
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Veera Parko, Director of International Affairs at the Ministry of the Interior, says: "The idea of the role-play exercise is to spur the players to think about the ways in which the various parties involved need to work together in an imaginary crisis combining extreme weather events, hazardous chemicals and hybrid threats." The specific aim of the workshop is to enhance the assistance provided via the EU civil protection mechanism, and to help authorities detect any deficiencies in preparedness.
During the role-play, special police units eventually detained potential perpetrators, who had held people hostage inside the arena.
With our youngest ones now in school we decided to take the leap and follow our dream - combining our passion of parenting with our knowledge and experience in teaching to create a unique role-play experience that will help children flourish in life."
This study evaluated the effectiveness of education inclusive of role-play to prepare future therapists to use telehealth.
I even suggested role-play in the foreplay to help us relax.
This paper describes a role-play simulation to instruct students in Agile project methods.
Besides, 237(81%) respondents reported that the role-play was beneficial for their learning, while 219(75%) perceived the video-taped role-play as an appropriate method for assessing the communication skills.
The researchers first evaluated the cool versus not cool procedure without participant role-plays; if the participant was unable to reach mastery criterion (i.e., 80% of the steps across three consecutive probes), then a role-play component was added.
"This module involves flashing lights, dark spaces, mature themes, horrific visuals, contact boffer [foam] fighting, psychologically unsettling scenarios, and potential scenes of gratuitous violence," read the introduction to the controversial live action role-play that game designer Michael Pucci had prepped for DexCon 14, at the Morristown, N.J, Hyatt and Conference Center.
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. We argue that role-playing pedagogy with an explicit focus on cognitive engagement--what we call critical role-play--can be a valuable addition to the English for academic purposes (EAP) curriculum.
So I decided to make protein synthesis come alive in the classroom by having the students role-play transcription and translation in the synthesis of a short polypeptide.