Role play is a fun and ‘playful’ activity but also a key component in children’s learning. It is a social space that develops speaking and listening skills, as well as giving children the opportunity to reflect on and develop their knowledge of a topic, whilst sparking and enhancing creativity and imagination.
The role-playing objective is to understand an individual or group’s competency levels and to provide the same level of challenge to all the members of a particular group to demonstrate their level of skills in a given situation.
Amul House organized an Inter-house English Role Play on 18 September as the weekend activity. Following were the topics of the role play by each house:
Abay House : The Kingdom of fools Moral : One should stay away from fools
Ajay House : The Elves And The Shoemaker Moral : Be caring and helpful
Amul House : Birbal and the washer man Moral : If someone deserves the reward give it to them , Don’t let your ego and prejudice come in.
Atul House : Happy Man’s Shirt Moral : Stop worrying about your problem, work hard.