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Role play and simulations in English speaking. Presentation done by Yuliya Khizhniak teacher of English and German languages School 32. Different Speaking Events. Speaking Events. Interactive. Non-interactive. Planned. Unplanned.

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presentation done by yuliya khizhniak teacher of english and german languages school 32

Role play and simulations in English speaking

Presentation done

by YuliyaKhizhniak

teacher of English

and German languages

School32

different speaking events
Different Speaking Events

Speaking Events

Interactive

Non-interactive

Planned

Unplanned

conversational strategies
Conversational Strategies

Conversational rules and structureSurvival and repair strategiesReal talk

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A role-playing gameis a game in which the participants assume the roles of fictional characters……
simulation and role play can be used to
Simulation and Role Playcan be used to
  • to encourage general oral fluency
  • to train students

for specific

situations

  • to improve the

students oral

performance

components of role playing
Components of Role Playing
  • a clearly defined and simple "situation" applicable to the problem or issue at hand
  • written descriptions of the "roles" (characters) for participants to play
  • goals to be accomplished during the session
  • a trained small-group leader/facilitator
  • sufficient time for each participant to speak
  • an overall time limit for the session
  • an evaluation period
the materials
The materials

The materials for the simulation should be more varied and complex to suit the multi-layered structure of a simulation

Role plays make use of two types of materials

Role cards Cue cards

the examples of role play
The examples of Role Play
  • Role Play A
  • You are the parent of a six-year-old girl. You are doing your best to bring up your child, and you are moderately strict. The big problem, you feel, is your own parent (your daughter's grandparent), who lives with you. He/she is always spoiling your child. You want this to stop, and you will now complain to your parent. Here are some examples of the behavior that upsets you:
  • Giving her too much candy & too many sweets in general (cakes, etc.)
  • Allow her to leave her meals half-eaten.
  • Letting her watch too much TV
  • Buying her too many toys
  • Allowing her to stay up as late as she likes
  • Buying her whatever she wants in the supermarket
  • (Think of MORE!)
  • You remember that your parent was much stricter with YOU when you were a child!
  • You will speak first. Say, "Mom/Dad, could we talk, please? There's something I've been meaning to discuss with you." Then listen and respond.
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Role Play B
  • You are the parent of a grown-up child who has a six-year-old daughter. You live together, and these past six years you have really been enjoying being a grandparent. You feel it's more fun than being a parent, because you have all of the pleasures of parenthood without the heavy responsibilities. In recent years, your philosophy of child-rearing has changed.
  • You now believe:
  • Children should enjoy food & eat what they like.
  • Forcing a child to eat can lead to weight problems.
  • TV helps develop a child's imagination.
  • Toys & other playthings are essential to a child's development.
  • Children have lots of energy, and shouldn't be put to bed too soon.
  • It's best to let children learn to make decisions (about shopping, etc.)
  • Right now you son/daughter wants to speak with you. He/she will speak first. Listen and respond.
role playing games are of great value as a teaching technique
Role-playing games are of great value as a teaching technique

As soon as the mind and mind identification return; you're no longer yourself but a mental image of yourself and you start playing games and roles again to get your ego needs met.

Eckhart Tolle

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