Group role play includes any activity where multiple people gather in a structured environment and assume other identities or situations for the purposes of teaching, development, therapy or recreation. Each purpose provides its own advantages that include education, guidance, analysis or fun. The structured environment of group role play allows a moderator to act as a guide for the rest of the group.
For instance, you could use group role play to teach children to avoid drug use by role playing a situation where a friend offers the kid drugs, allowing the child to have actual practice saying no to the friend. The idea is to ensure that the first time a child is offered drugs, the child already has experience overcoming the peer pressure within the situation.
Group role play is a form of entertainment where a group of people gather.
Humans use all of the five senses to communicate. People have two eyes, ears, nostrils, hands, and one mouth. It's safe to say, based on our construction, that most communication is nonverbal. Space and territory relate to nonverbal behavior because of how we respect or disrespect another human beings space. Humans established territoriality by frequenting a space. Since confrontation is not natural or conducive to harmony, claim to this space is easily transmitted and received. Humans are kings and queens of their own space all of the time. Conflict arises when this space or territory is compromised.
Most people have what’s called ‘personal space an amount of room that we’re comfortable having between us and other people. But have you ever wondered why? Anxiety. If we invade too close into someone else's personal space before they are ready to be close to us, they will feel very uncomfortable. And if someone gets too physically close to us during a conversation, we can also feel uncomfortable with them. We like to keep our space bubble as a personal space for ourselves, and for those who are closest to...