Importance of Role plays and Presentation in or curriculum
What is role play? As we all have heard about it some or the other way in child development it plays very important role, But are we exactly aware of the term. Do we really implement it in our studies. Answer in most of our mind are no. We don’t or we don’t want to as it is just wastage of time or we
think our syllabus will lack behind because of these role plays. But is it so? No we people are wrong it help us in completing are syllabus and make the students learn at the same time. It means it saves our time not waste our time.
Through this small article I think I can share my point of view in front of you how it helped me in my curriculum. I am definitely sure after knowing it many of you will start in as per your subjects.
We all have 2 3 or more special children in our class. But do we really bother for them many of usyes but many of us no we don’t as we don’t have time and if we will look at them then our intelligent students will lack behind. We think if we will give attention to special children then or Intelligent will lack behind but why don’t we think that we can make our special students intelligent. Do we think so no. My passion is to make special child an intelligent one.
Each parent send their kids to school for good education purpose. As that did not got that opportunity in their life so they want to fulfil their dream by their child.
Role-playing play is a method which will definitely help you to complete your goals. As we can consider role plays only till 8 grade after that we must consider presentations. Coming to our topic
what is a role play…?
Here is the simple answer for all
Role play increases their imagination and “enhance their social development,
encourage friendship through cooperation,listening and turn taking”. Role play is a really helping activity for our children. It help children to tackle with difficult
situations and experiences.
Our children can learn many skills and attitudes during role play, they learn how to be co-operative (teamwork) and be helpful to others. They learn to express their feelings: It is very interesting to see what they catch up from only observing us or the world around them! You can tell by observing them role play what they’re going through, what they struggle with and what they are processing at the moment. They also learn about other cultures and improve their language and movement skills.
Role-play allows students to explore realistic situations by interacting with each other in a managed way in order to share their experiences depending on the intention of the activity, participants play a role similar to their own (or their likely one in the future) or could play the opposite part of the conversation or interaction. Both options provide the possibility of significant learning, with the former allowing experience to be gained and encourage the
student to develop an understanding of the situation from the ‘opposite’ point of view.
Let’s talk now a bit on presentations.
Role plays as we have discussed can be implemented only til grade 8. What after 8 role plays is not easy to do with teenager of that age. As they have hormonal changes in them so each child differ from one another. Many of them may be interested in expressing them selves but many of them may not so what’s the conclusion for that at that particular situations. We can say them to make an oral presentation or ask them to make power point presentation to clear some of the topics.
Presentation skills in the classroom is important for improving communication and creating positive learning experiences. Student’s presentation in the classroom becomes an important element in delivering positive learning experiences. Students who think handouts were the most important visual aid compared to students who preferred PowerPoint are less now days. Student presentations benefit the presenter in significant ways. By doing presentations, students learn how to speak in front a group, a broadly applicable professional skill. They learn how to prepare material for public presentation, and practice (especially with feedback) improves their speaking skills. But those of us
who have students do presentations in class know there’s a downside and that’s
how the rest of the class responds to these presentations. When the teacher talks,
students more or less have to pay attention, at least some of the time, but when their
classmates present, they pay more attention to wards How he/ she presents own self in front of them this matters a lot for others.. Not only does this make it more
difficult for the presenter, it means the students listening are not likely having any
sort of learning experience.
Peer evaluations are one way to get students listening and learning from the
presentations of others. Students attend more carefully to what their classmates are
saying when they present.
Students in each of the class have to evaluate the peer evaluation and that feedback
indicates the merit of having students do the evaluations. Seventy-three percent of
the students agreed or strongly agreed that completing the evaluations made them
pay more attention to the presentations.