Role Plays &Few Key Point to be Note for Methods of teaching

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Role Plays

Role-play is a technique that allows students to explore realistic situations by interacting with other people in a managed way In order to develop experience and trial different strategies in a supported environment.

Uses

  • Exploring and improving interviewing techniques and examining complexities and potential conflicts of groups.

  • To consolidate different lessons in one setting.

Advantages

  • Good energizers.

  • Promotes empathy of trainees for other situation.

  • Encourages creativity in learning.

Dis-Advantages

  • Participants might be reluctant.

  • May not work with trainees who do not know each other well.

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Few Key Point to Be Note for Methods of Teaching

Individual Presentation

  • Hamm (2008) quoted Rafe; “A presentation involves motivating listeners to accept a new idea, alter an existing opinion, or act on a given premise.”

  • Students first thoroughly understand the topic before giving presentation i.e. mastery on topic.

  • It increases confidence among students.

  • Good way to learn for only one student who is presenting.

  • Students search lot of books to collect material.

  • Teacher’s supervision is important.

Assignment

  • It enhances the ability of research on any topic as the students search topic from different books, websites etc.

  • Active learning

Seminars

  • Give Chance to meet other people of same profession.

  • Motivate and make student active in learning.

  • Interested method.

Workshops

Give Chance to meet other people of same profession.

Conferences

  • Give Chance to meet other people of same profession.

  • Networking with other institutions and professionals.

Role Play

  • Interesting method

  • Creative thinking is encouraged.

  • Students think beyond their knowledge.

  • Students enjoy the situation

  • Active learning

  • Easy to learn

Case Study

  • Active learning

  • Creative thinking is encouraged.

  • Students think beyond their knowledge.

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