Role Play for HIPPY Staff - Florida HIPPY

Role Play for HIPPY Staff - Florida HIPPY

Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters Role Play for HIPPY Staff Participants Will. Define Role Play as the HIPPY method of instruction Describe each component of the role play cycle Identify the purpose and use of all role play materials Demonstrate all Keys to Effective Role Play

Demonstrate the 3 Cs of Role Play A Method of Instruction Role Play Provides. Opportunities for learning Growth for parents Consistency in teaching and learning What is Role Play? Role play involves 2 partners

Coordinator/ Home Visitor Home Visitor / Home Visitor Home Visitor / Parent Parent / Child 2 roles

Parent / Child Taking turns Switching roles Advantages of Role Play For Coordinators For Home Visitors For Parents The Role Play Cycle

Coordinators and Home Visitors role play HIPPY activities at weekly Staff Training Home Visitors complete HIPPY activities with Practice Child Parent and Home Visitor review HIPPY activities from the previous week

Home Visitor role plays HIPPY activities with Parent Parent completes HIPPY activities with Child Handout Round Robin Role Play Occurs weekly Ensures consistent delivery of instruction

Familiarizes staff with activities Provides opportunities for staff development Coordinators role Home Visitors role Materials and Supplies Coordinator Home Visitor Meeting agenda and signin sheets

Coordinators Guide Weekly Guidance HIPPY story books HIPPY weekly activity packet Writing materials pens, pencils, markers, sticky notes (props) Home Visitors Guide HIPPY story books

HIPPY weekly activity packet Sample packet Props Home Visitor tip sheets The Sample Packet is ALWAYS: A fresh packet with pieces cut out Prepared in advance Used to role play with staff and parents Created for each week of the HIPPY

curriculum The Sample Packet is NEVER: Glued, colored or otherwise marked Belongs to the home visitors practice child Includes answers Contains any photocopied pages The Sample Packet: Frequently Asked Questions

What is a sample packet? How do I use a sample packet? Do I need a sample activity packet for each week of the curriculum? Who makes the sample packet? Handout The Sample Packet: Frequently Asked Questions

Should the sample include coloring, marking or writing? Why cant I use my childs packet as the sample? Are there variations of the standard activity packet? When should a sample activity packet be made? Handout 12 Keys To Successful Role Play

Handout The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play Advisory Board 1. Review the Tips in the

Activity Packet. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 2. Use a Sample Packet to Role Play. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play

3. Take turns taking the role of parent and child. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 4. Answer spontaneously when playing the child.

The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 5. Model all activities. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 6.

Read the directions (contained in parenthesis) silently before beginning the role play when assuming the teacher/parent role. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 7. Read the script to

the child. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 8. State the potential response, which follows a hyphen, regardless of the childs answer.

The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 9. Never tell the child no or that they are wrong if they answer incorrectly. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 10.

Provide the child with periodic praise. The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 11. Provide the title, author and illustrator at the initial reading of each story book.

The 12 Keys To Successful Role Play 12. Ask the parent to identify words in the story book that may be unfamiliar to their child. The 3 Cs of Role Play

Confirm Complete Correct Offers a supportive response to an incorrect answer Affirms the childs effort Creates a positive and safe learning environment

Handout Round Robin Role Play Training Activity HIPPY Curriculum Year 1, Week 1 Thinking it Through The following slides contain questions that will help you think about and apply what youve learned. The correct answer(s) will always appear when the

mouse is clicked These questions can also be used as an option quiz. Print the quiz handout to use them in quiz format, Handout A sample packet should not include: A) cut outs for demonstrating activities B) writing, marks or answers C) crayons, scissors and glue D) props and other needed materials Submit

Clear Rank the phases of the Role Play cycle: First Parent completes HIPPY activities with Child Second

Coordinator leads Role Play with Home Visitors Third Home Visitor shares questions from Role Play with parent at staff meeting Fourth

Home Visitor completes Role Play with parent Fifth Home Visitor completes HIPPY activities with practice child Its OK to use my childs activity packet as a sample.

TRUE FALSE Why? Your childs work is their own. A clean sample packet avoids setting expectations or standards for what a childs work should look like. As your child completes the packet each week, they cut, color, glue and use up much of it.

The role play is less effective and feels unnatural if all the answers are written out. Which materials will a Home Visitor need for role play during the weekly staff meeting? A) HIPPY story book B) sample activity packet and props C) calendar D) HIPPY activity packet E) hot coffee

F) Home Visitor tip sheets Which is the most important Key to Successful Role Play? A) 1. Review the tips in the activity packet. B) 5. Model all activities. C) 9. Never tell the child No. D) 10. Provide the child with periodic praise. E) This is a trick question they are all important. Role play allows parents an opportunity

to become __________________ for their children. registered voters strict disciplinarians life long learners forceful advocates effective first teachers

careful planners Choose the best answer. Role play involves A.) The home visitor switching roles with the coordinator B.) 1 parent and 1 child C.) 2 partners, taking turns and trading roles D.) The home visitor always role playing as

the parent and the parent always role playing as the child Match the parents response to the childs answer: Confirm Complete Correct If the child has No Response or says I

dont know the answer or Gives an answer that does not fit the question, the parent will responds by only saying the anticipated response. When the child Responds and the answer is Correct (matches the anticipated response listed in the activity packet), the parent Repeats the answer. When the child Responds with part of the correct or alternate correct answer, the parent

Repeats the childs answer and provides any missing details. When role playing, its important to sometimes answer incorrectly when playing the part of the child. TRUE FALSE Why?

The childs answers should represent what a child of that age might say. This will assist the parent in anticipating their childs response. It creates an opportunity to teach the parent how to respond to an incorrect answer. Never tell the child ___________.

Wait. I like what you did. Youre thinking hard. No. Lets do it together. I cant hear you.

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