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simulation strategy

Simulation
Simulation is a situation where students can assume the roles of others in a simulated environment acting
according to specified rules and procedures which give the illusion of reality, without the consequences of
actions that are inherent in real life situations.  Simulations may be learning games or role-plays.
Planning
1. Research the roles and environment to be simulated.
2. Identify the purpose of the simulation.
3. Construct a simplified model or script of the real process system or situation.
4. Identify the various roles or teams needed to demonstrate the model or situation effectively.
5. Organise any necessary equipment/props.
Managing
1. Establish the rules or limits of permissible behaviour during the game.
2. Identify the objectives for the players/actors.
3. Develop a sense of setting or environment.
4. Allow students to participate in formulating the established rules and procedures.
5. Allocate roles.
6. Have the students research the background, experiences and environment of their roles.
7. Discuss the roles and situations.
8. Allow the students to carry out the simulation, assisting by
reminding them of roles where necessary.
9. Discuss experiences, motives and feelings in role.
10. Debrief the students.
11. Discuss the situation.
12.  Identify values positions, perspectives and issues in past,
present or future events similar to the simulation.


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