Role Play In Social Study

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Teaching approaches in Values Education Role Play Concept
What is role-play?
Role-play is any speaking activity when you either put yourself into somebody else’s shoes, or when you stay in your own shoes but put yourself into an imaginary situation (Prem Limbu, 2012). Limbu also mentioned that in role playing the students could become anyone they want for the short period of time.
For example: becoming a Hollywood actor/actress, a Korean popstar, a royalty, a billionaire and many more. In case of imaginary situation, scenes like checking-in at a hotel, eating in a fine dining, hosting a party or giving a presidential speech is being practiced.

Reasons to use Role Play
It is commonly agreed that learning takes place when activities are appealing
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Many role playing scenarios use only two or three individuals in a situation, so the rest of the students just have to watch. This will cause them to become disinterested and stop paying attention. If you try to make the situation incorporate more students, the role playing might become a chaotic mess.

Role play in Social Studies
The use of role-playing in social studies can help students relate a situation to their own lives. Students learn best when they can connect new learning to prior knowledge. Even though this role-play situation is short it sets the stage for a discussion of rights and responsibilities in relation to the Bill of Rights.
Put on a skit about someone 's freedom of speech being violated or pretend to arrest someone without a reason.
Interview Concept In an interview there is always a question involved. Having interview could be a means of teaching values to students by making them reflect to their answers and determine their own values.
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What is the relationship between freedom and responsibility?

Good and Evil in the World
1. Is humankind inherently good or evil?
2. Have the forces of good and evil changed over time and if so, how?
3. How do different cultures shape the definitions of good and evil?
The next concepts has a direct relationship to arts. To identify their efficiency let us first define arts. According to oxford dictionary, Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. Art could be beneficial in a the way it promotes creativity, encourages neural connections, builds fine motor skills, develops problem solving abilities and helps to understand your own world.
Collage Making
Collage is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole (Wikipedia).
Collage is an art that also portrait meanings like editorials. It shows pictures that could be interpreted in many ways. By interpreting, values of someone could be

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