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role-play

(rōl′plā′)
v. role-played, role-playing, role-plays
v.tr.
To act out (a situation), as for therapeutic , educational, or recreational purposes: "He mixed learning and playing—once he asked the children to role-play the Berlin Conference" (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie).
v.intr.
To assume or act out a particular role: "When I hire people I role-play with them ... to see how they take pressure" (Peter Schrag).
n.
Role-playing.

role-play

Sexology
verb To act out a sexual fantasy, which may include BDSM activities, fetishism, paraphilias, etc., typically with a partner.
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To fill the gap in current pedagogical practices used to teach business processes and ERP, we use a group role-play exercise to introduce basic concepts of cross-functional business processes and to prepare students for hands-on, simulated ERP exercises.
It is clear, however, that role-play has been widely used in TESOL, particularly in the early days of the communicative approach, when teachers were seeking how to move from pre-scripted dialogues to more improvisational (often student-generated) interactions (Paulston et al.
They give the employee a chance to shine by being in a role-play without the employee even knowing it.
When a candidate steps into an extended role-play we have found those candidates who have a passion for the scenario behave quite differently than those who don't.
Other locations used for role-play exercises have included the local jail and the Suffolk County Correctional Center, where team members and corrections officers assigned to the facility staged a possible hostage scenario in an actual secure prison environment.
Role-play and experiential exercises have long been used in counselor training (Beamish & Dalen, 1990).
Jankowski's peculiar brew of irony, transformation, and role-play finds its most nuanced balance in Singing Customs Officers, 1999.
Clinicians modeled character role-play for the children but quickly encouraged them to take on the roles themselves.
EXPLORING PUBLIC ARGUMENT THROUGH ROLE-PLAY PEDAGOGY
At its best, as in his examination of Hal's choices in the tavern scene, Murray's analysis is wonderfully sensitive to the nuances of role-play and reversal.
One set of role-play scenarios developed by the CNU describes crisis negotiation situations in family/domestic, workplace, and suicide categories.
How many times have you been in the situation of watching a staff member role-play a situation in the exact opposite way you had intended?