Joyce & Weil (2000). Role Playing; Studying Social Behavior and Values.

Joyce, B. R., & Weil, M. (2000). Role Playing; Studying Social Behavior and Values. In Models of Teaching (6th ed., pp. 57-75). Allyn and Bacon. “This emotional content, as well as the words and the actions, becomes a part of the later analysis. When the acting out is finished, even the observers are involved enough … Read more

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Cabral (1987). Role Playing As a Group Intervention.

Cabral, R. J. (1987). Role Playing As a Group Intervention. Small Group Research, 18(4), 470-482. doi: 10.1177/104649648701800403. “Role playing is a generic term for a variety of group dramatic procedures that involve spontaneous enactment of either real or hypothetical social situations.” (p 470) “Participants … select their own words, gestures, and methods of expression.” (p … Read more

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Horn et al (1998). Individual differences in dyadic cooperative learning.

Horn, E. M., Collier, W. G., Oxford, J. A., Bond, C. F., & Dansereau, D. F. (1998). Individual differences in dyadic cooperative learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 90(1), 153-161. doi: 10.1037/0022-0663.90.1.153. “Effective learners were high in verbal ability, whereas effective learning facilitators were low in public self-consciousness and in self-monitoring.” (p 153) “At minimum, each … Read more

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Johnson & Johnson (1974). Instructional Goal Structure: Cooperative, Competitive, or Individualistic.

“There are four possible goal structures which can be implemented in a learning situation: competitive, cooperative, individualistic, and no structure. Each type of goal structure has an implicit value foundation which is taught subtly, as an unconscious curriculum, to the student who interacts within it.” (p 213)

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Salisbury (1970). Role Playing: Rehearsal for Language Change.

Salisbury, L. (1970). Role Playing: Rehearsal for Language Change. TESOL Quarterly, 4(4), 331-336. “Positive reinforcement from other peers playing the game provides a more potent payoff than does teacher approval or grades.” (p 331) “… have been observed to drop their local speech patterns when assuming mainstream figure roles in language games.” (p 331) “… … Read more

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Role-Playing – Summary of a Teaching Model.

Role-playing as a teaching model was brought to contemporary prominence in large part through Fannie Shaftel and George Shaftel (1970)⁠. Their advocacy of role-play was based on research in the problem-story model, simulations, and game theory. Fannie Shaftel described role-play for development of interpersonal skills through dramatizations of “life-situations” (1970, p. 556)⁠. These scenes would … Read more

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