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Individual Role-Playing Exercises

Students can write a paper or give a presentation from the perspective of another person or even from an object within the process being studied. This exercise can be a simple brainstorming exercise or a full-blown research project. The process is similar to those of other research projects, but the writer needs to know not only about the subject, but also the character from whose perspective the project is being done and the audience for whom it is theoretically being done. This could be a stand-alone project or it could be part of the preparation for an interactive exercise.

Typical Individual Role-Playing Exercises

Many more scenarios (most more detailed than the above) are available in:

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