Fun Academic Learning and Roleplay Activity

Fun Academic Learning and Roleplay Activity

  •   5th November , 2019

Learning takes place when activities are engaging and memorable. As a part of fun and learning, TAU students of Premedical Science (PM3) organised a Roleplay activity about Blood Circulation in the Heart for the course “Introduction to Physiology”.

With this, students were presented with a context or situation within which they assumed specific roles. The lesson was then conducted whereby the ability of students to attend to their roles and learn from the experience was assessed.

Students prepared jingles and song numbers on how to prevent heart diseases.

The panel of judges which included Dr. Edna, Dr. Darshanie and Mr. Melvin were invited to evaluate the performances of the students.

The goals of a Roleplay are to expose the students to different viewpoints or ways of thinking about a situation, expand their ability to resolve situations, and to provide experience within a given context.

It was fun filled event which gave the students a chance to express themselves in a more forthright way.

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