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Workshop: Medieval role play in language acquisition

Time: 22 April 2010 - 10am GMT (11am London Time)
Location: SL

Event Description:
Are you ready to learn something about Sim role playing culture?

Have you ever wondered what language activity in a virtual world could be like?

This is your opportunity to experience role playing in a medieval sim. Join us in a tour to two wonderful fantasy worlds: Avilion and Artstonia and help us explore how to take full advantage of these virtual world environments to give students a motivating and engaging experience in which they can learn a new language.

Find out more about Avilion and Artstonia here

Be ready to:

1. Learn some basic things about living in medieval village.
2. Join a medieval role playing sim.
3. Develop a character.
4. Reflect how these environments can help learn a different language.

You should wear medieval clothes to join us in this adventure. If you don't have any.. don't worry.. we'll get you some...

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listening, 24% speaking, 13% reading and 8% writing. Has this changed?

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At 2:44pm on April 25, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Thank you for your comment -I've worked a bit more on my character but I don't know yet when we'll be having our 2nd class. I love this roleplay -and that's without having started thinking of it from a pedagogical perspective!

I vote for days to have more hours..

Farewell, milady...
At 2:39pm on April 25, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Dear Doris,

I visited lots of the LM you gave me for roleplay outfits -great things and amazing places!!! I then met another RL educator with lots of experience in SL and his wife, who's really into fashion and now I have lots of things to continue exploring and having fun with. I've decided I'm going to be a Bard on the way to a Druidess if possible.

I have one question (many, but let's start with one): do I need to change my avatar's name for the roleplay? And among all the useful info you gave me there was a piece that said I could get metered at the village entrance -should I do it or should I wait for Tammy or you to help and /or authorize?

At 3:47am on April 23, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Dear Doris,

I enjoyed the tour very much. Thank you for letting me join and helping me -I hope we meet again soon. I'll work on my character and read the rules and history of my new village. I hope I can be an artisan...Your clothes are very beautiful, BTW. I've also bookmarked the wiki and blog.

kind regards

At 10:38pm on April 22, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Hi Doris,

I would have loved to attend the Medieval workshop (edited an outfit and everything -the top part of my hair was missing but I was told I need to get it from outside my inventory). There were just too many interesting sessions!

Do you meet regularly for Medieval role-playing? I've joined a group that does something similar in Italian (it's role-playing but with a micro-movie as a goal) and I'd love to join you if you meet regularly.

Warm regards
At 4:38pm on April 21, 2010, Amy Wehner / Katarina Camino said…
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