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Miming and role-playing is an aspect of simulation. A whole situation is simulated in the classroom, and the participation adopt roles which belong to it. Pupils in general like any sort of play-acting. Stories for dramatization should be chosen with an eye to the roles they offer, preference being given to those which have several rather than two or three characters. The story must first be familiar, and then discussed from the viewpoint of what the characters in it do and say – or, rather, what they can do and say, for as much as possible should be left open for the learners’ suggestions. Parts and passages of the action can be tried out with the whole class, somewhat in the manner of a rehearsal, and then it can be let to groups or teams to see what they can do among themselves.

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