Training Communication Skills Using Role-Play

by KidZania In A City Built for Kids

Role play is considered to be a virtual reality method frequently used to show communication skills. Role -playing ways can be enhanced by practices that are not extensively used in schools. These methods are intended to prepare beginners to take on the role of others in a role play to gain the understanding into unexpressed attitudes, opinions and emotional state that often govern the behavior of the kids; and enlightening communication skills over learner participation in the application of communication defies generated by them.There can be any number of children who have trouble communicating with others in a classroom, writing or dealing with differing points of view. This lack of early communication skills can also be there in middle school and high school, making it difficult to teach and impair the learning processes not only of the child concerned but also of other students in the classroom.

The inclusion of role-playing in the classroom supplements variety, change of the pulse and possibilities for many language productions and also a lot of fun! It can be an essential part of the class and not a one-time event. If the teacher feels that the activity will work and the required support is offered, this can be very fruitful.

Ways to stimulate communication skills using Role-plays

Feed-in the necessary language

When kids or students practice role-playing, they may find themselves jammed with words and phrases. In the practice phase, the teacher has the opportunity to feed the applicable language. The teacher may need to act as a kind of "talking dictionary", observing the lesson, and proposing help as required. If you are not satisfied with this and you think that finding a new language offers more self-sufficiency for the students, you might want to take some time off after the practice session, when students use dictionaries to find the information they need.

Encourage Peer Discussions

Give the children circumstances in which they can discuss and act. Situations that can make you anxious, such as Lunch break or problems that may occur while waiting for the bus can be related options. Substitute between conversations and give a child time to reply to different messages and think through a scenario. In this way, a child can think through the answers that help it in a situation before a stressful event occurs. You will be better prepared to deal with the multiple reactions that can occur when they are actually anxiety-causing.

  • ·       By trying out various role-plays implementing the above methods your kid will be able to
  • ·         Describe a problem
  • ·         Recognize and communicate feelings
  • ·         Have healthy discussions and alternative ways to respond
  • ·         Express themselves clearly & appropriately

In role-playing, kids improve their communication, verbal and literacy by talking about what they are doing, using only one or two words at first, later improving conversation, by taking turns, discussing and listening to others' thoughts. Role-playing games provide kids with a background for creating words and writing texts etc. Hence role-plays can be considered as an essential part of language teaching and learning process.It definitely empowers them to think about the language and to build the sentence as required for efficiently communicating with confidence.

KidZania Delhi NCR Presenting Hundreds of Role-Play Activities: KidZania Delhi NCR is a kids play zone that offer fun-filled role-playing activities that not only provide amazing fun for kids but also enhance their learning, knowledge and various psychometric skills. Parents who have taken their kids to KidZania, think that kids become more intelligent after taking part in all the offered activities.

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