week 3: rules of engagement

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Rules of engagement, good presentations and good role play descriptions: a reminder. Same text as in the Moodle wiki.

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week 3: rules of engagement

  1. 1. Rules of Engagement1. Please choose for your in-world talk and put your name into the table. Do not remove any data. Putting your name here counts as a commitment. If you can attend (or present during) the lunchtime session, do it (weve got too few students there at present).2. Once youve got a date, get to work: create a presentation, upload it on GoogleDocs or Slideshare. Send me the link (msb@hwr-berlin.de) beforehand. If youre unsure about technology (uploading, presenting etc) contact Johannes (jradig@gmail.com).3. After the session, put a copy of your presentation and any other observations from the session and your role-play into Moodle and add a copy of the presentation, too. Birkenkrahe / April 2012 / 1
  2. 2. Good PresentationsA good presentation tells a STORY: it is engaged and contains emotional content, it shows that youve thought about your material it tells about events and doesnt just recount factsGet the facts out of the way quickly. Slides should include: Where is your internship (company, country) and what do you do there Briefly describe a situation either past or future for a role-play.Youve got only 15 minutes for presentation including discussion. Please rehearse your presentation. Birkenkrahe / April 2012 / 2
  3. 3. Preparing a Role-PlayYour ROLE-PLAY will built on: —a situation or scene (sketched by you in your presentation) which involves you as one of the participants (as well as any number of other people) —a goal (something you want/ed to achieve in this scene) We will ask volunteers in the session to play the parts indicated by you; we will set the situation up as a role-play of at most 5 minutes, and then well briefly discuss the results using this process: What did the audience think or feel or observe during the role-play? What did the actors think or feel or observe during the role-play? What did the client think or feel or observe during the role-play? Birkenkrahe / April 2012 / 3

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