Acting a character or part within a game or situation. Make sense? Didn't help me much either! So: Role playing is used in training by corporations as well as by larpers for their games. One takes on a persona and acts that part. Usually there is no set script. better? Good
identifying with a character, making choices for a character, speaking for the character, feeling the feelings of the character, etc. playing in a role playing game (RPG).
In psychotherapy, a technique in which the therapist and patient act out scenes, such as a marital confrontation, that are likely to occur outside the therapeutic situation.
A training method in which each participant purposely acts out or assumes a particular character or role.
Learners assume the role or identity of a particular character, organization, professional occupation, etc. Participants can assume organizational roles for any job.
Dramatization of real-life situations in which students assume roles.
Improvising movement and dialogue to put oneself in another's place in a particular situation and often to examine the person(s) and/or situation(s) being improvised.
Participating through using attitudes, stereotypes or given and predetermined points of view.
The interpreter now speaks as a direct voice from the past, stating "I did that today," and portrays a detailed personal history. Here costume reflects not only a specific individual, but also that person's specific situation. An example of this approach is The Viking Adventure, Dublin. (988 AD)
Enables people to creatively remove themselves from their usual roles and perspectives to allow them to understand choices and decisions made by other people with other responsibilities. Ranging from a simple story with only a few characters to an elaborate street theater production, this tool can be used to acclimate a research team to a project setting, train trainers, and encourage community discussions about a particular development intervention.
A process whereby a sales trainee acts through the sale of a product or service to a hypothetical buyer.
A development technique requiring the trainee to assume a role in a given situation and act out behaviors associated with that role.