Role-play task presentation

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This presentation was completed for EdTech 503. It is an overview of the Twitter role-play activity for A Doll's House. The instructor would show this to the learners so they know what the activity involves.

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Role-play task presentation

  1. 1. Character Role- play Using Twitter CC CC N. Barker | EdTech 503
  2. 2. Before we begin have you … ? Perquisite Checklist: Adopted a character from the play, A Doll’s House ( and emailed choice to teacher) Completed the preliminary character profile (sent via email) N. Barker | EdTech 503
  3. 3. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/role-play N. Barker | EdTech 503
  4. 4. https://twitter.com/ N. Barker | EdTech 503
  5. 5. Task #1 Character Role-play Assume the role of your chosen character during the role-playing and writing activities “Wear” the character’s shoes Think, act & speak like the character Commit to the character Converse (as the character) with group members using Twitter N. Barker | EdTech 503
  6. 6. After the role-play, you should be able to:  Answer the question : WHO AM I?  Write a self-assessment piece from the character’s perspective GOAL(S) During the role-play activity you should be able to:  Analyze the character  Develop a distinct or convincing voice N. Barker | EdTech 503
  7. 7. Task #2 Character Role-play Write a self-assessment piece from the character’s perspective (think, act & write like the character) by answering the following question: WHO AM I? Use these experiences / materials to help you write the piece:  Preliminary character profile (emailed handout)  Tweets (recorded during Role-play activity)  Character Profile / Graphic Organizer (with 6 topics) N. Barker | EdTech 503
  8. 8. Learning Goal: By conversing and responding with peers in the guise of a literary character, via Twitter, and writing a character profile and self-assessment piece, the student can develop and sustain a distinctive or convincing voice that is different from his or her own. N. Barker | EdTech 503
  9. 9. Tools  Personal Electronic Device with Twitter App or web link OR  School Chromebook (with Twitter web link)  A copy of the play, A Doll’s House  Class notes (on play)  Character Profile (preliminary handout)  Graphic Organizer (handout)  Role-play Topics (on graphic organizer)  Self-assessment Piece (assignment handout) N. Barker | EdTech 503
  10. 10. Process Phase 1 N. Barker | EdTech 503
  11. 11. Phase 2 N. Barker | EdTech 503
  12. 12. Phase 3 Task Analysis Flowchart available here. N. Barker | EdTech 503
  13. 13. Conversation Rounds Using Twitter Rounds 1 – 3 => 5 Min. per Round Topic 1: Personality Traits Topic 2: Strengths & Weaknesses Topic 3: Goals, Desires, Expectations 3 Minute Pause Complete Graphic Organizer Group / Roles: You will take turns being a Tweeter and a Responder  Tweeter: Tweet as the character / Discuss topics (as provided)  Responder: Guide character / Encourage the person to go “deeper” Rounds 4 – 6 = 5 Min. per Round Topic 4: Significant Events Topic 5: Constraints/Problems Topic 6: Relationships (Joys & Sorrows) 3 Minute Pause Complete Graphic Organizer N. Barker | EdTech 503
  14. 14. Evaluation Formative Evaluation:  Twitter Account / Username  Twitter Role-play Activity  Observation Checklist Summative Evaluation:  Self-Assessment Piece (written)  Personal Response To Text Rubric (adapted) N. Barker | EdTech 503

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