1.Children have always learned from mimicking
or duplicating the actions of others, including their parents and peers.
Role-playing is simply a continuation of the learning already done by
2.People enjoy playing, especially young people. If students are already motivated to play, learning through play would become even easier.
3.Role playing encourages the use of critical thinking because it involves analyzing and problem solving, therefore role play is a cognitive learning method
4.Role-playing teaches many lessons; some of the most important lessons it teaches are lessons that are needed in society, competition, cooperation and empathy.
5.Participation in role-play allows students to make decisions, and through the feedback he or she receives, he sees the results of his actions, and can therefore learn how to adjust his words and actions to produce more likeable results.
6.Role-play allows for the interaction between classmates, and peers. It also allows introverted students to speak out. It helps to break down ”cliques”
7.Role-play allows for the exchange of knowledge between students. The teacher is also able to see the various capabilities of students at the same time.