Initial Post: The exercise requires one initial online posting of a sensatory victim statement. You must develop and post one sensatory victim statement. Examples of sensatory victim statements follow: "I heard him coming through the door"; "I heard a noise." These examples use the sense of hearing; choose any sense that you want to use in your victim statement.
1st Response Post: Respond to one sensatory victim statement with a model to the victim statement. This model statement would be a follow-up question based on the sensatory victim statement. The idea is to use the same sense as the victim; it is a way to get more detail. For example, if student A writes, "I heard a noise," your model statement might be, "What did the noise sound like?"
2nd Response Post: Provide a sense-shifting phrase to one model phrase. This question would be an alternate phrase in an interview that would shift the sense of the previous model, again, for the purpose of obtaining more information. For example, if student B writes, "What did the noise sound like?," a sense-shifting phrase might be, "What did you see?"
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