Role plays & Communication


Practicing speech techniques for PWS can be a very boring task at times! Role plays offer a very interesting alternative. In role plays we learn holistic communication: reading & memorizing dialogues, recalling, improvising, emoting, use of body language, throwing our voice back to the audience, being alert and alive to the moment, working with a group etc… above all, having good fun while talking!
This is the video recording of a play in Hindi “Teen Bhikari” by Dr Girijasharan Agarwal. This play highlights the role of self effort: “Apna hath Jagannath!” – which happens to be TISA’s motto too. Actors are the participants of the Mini Communication workshop organized by TISA at Herbertpur, Dehradun.
Well done- Abhishek, Anupinder, Umesh, Saurabh, Rajesh, Rakesh & Nishu!!

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Post Author: Sachin

4 thoughts on “Role plays & Communication

    Rajesh

    (August 1, 2011 - 7:04 am)

    Role play was one of the best part of the workshop..i really enjoyed the play though my role was not so big….

    admin

    (August 1, 2011 - 1:54 pm)

    this is my life time experience i enjoy it alot…..ohhh but i miss the original role play 🙁

    Zeshan Ahmed

    (August 1, 2011 - 4:32 pm)

    Very good work.. brothers…. really very nice… my wish to take such a role play…
    is it public place? or setup by you Sir Sachin?

    admin

    (August 3, 2011 - 11:31 am)

    we enjoyed this role play. speaking dialogues like actors really a very nice feeling 🙂

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