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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.
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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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The police conducted a mock hostage situation in Kosice's Steel Arena prior to the ice hockey world championship.Machine guns firing shots in front of the Steel Arena in Kosice while dozens of police officers take action on the grounds: The Slovak police role-played what would happen if terrorists took control of the ice hockey stadium, the police wrote on Facebook.
The Intentional Relationship Model can be beneficial in role-play scenarios by defining and articulating the therapeutic interaction between the occupational therapist and the patient.
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This role-play simulation was designed for a cohort of Health Informatics students at a major metropolitan university.
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The researcher set up the role-play similar to the naturalistic probe; however, the adults in the role-play were not utilized during the naturalistic probes and no peers were utilized during the role-play.
Simulations using standardized patients (SPs) and role-play are used by nurse educators to support student transitions and promote safe and competent practice.
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., 1975).
Once all the base sequences were worked out, we pushed the desks and chairs against the wall to make space for the role-play. The bases were written on pieces of paper and taped onto the students' shirts for each role.
It is also assumed that students have had some prior experience with role-play activities.
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Quality Management Role-Play Simulation [QM-RPS] is based on a methodology on simulation design that has been proved and is reliable (Zgodavova, 1998), modified and adjusted to the web environment and has been gradually assessed in various types of learning and teaching university courses and in practice, training people while introducing the quality management systems [QMS].