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Role Shifting. schizophrenia. Role shifting. You will use these aspects of the language you already know: Indexing (introducing characters) Eye gaze (visualizing who you are talking to). Role shifting…. What’s its purpose?

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role shifting

Role Shifting

schizophrenia

role shifting1
Role shifting

You will use these aspects of the language you already know:

  • Indexing (introducing characters)
  • Eye gaze (visualizing who you are talking to)
role shifting2
Role shifting…

What’s its purpose?

  • To show relationship and interaction between 2 characters having a dialog.
how to express role shifting
How to express Role Shifting
  • Index to establish placement of characters
  • Shift weight to right leg to represent the character placed to the right and look left and shift weight the left for character placed on the left and look right .
  • Example:
  • (r)- What is your name?
  • (l) My name is Gary. What is your name?
  • (r) My name is Sara
  • Gary: I your brother here?
  • Sara: No, he stayed home.
try this
Try this
  • Jim (right)
  • Joe (left)
  • Jim: How are you?
  • Joe: I am fine, how are you?
  • Jim: Do you like ASL class?
  • Joe: I do like ASL class. I have learned a lot. Have you learned a lot?
  • Jim: No, I don’t like my class. I can’t remember the vocabulary.
  • Joe: I can help you. Do you want to practice?
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