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Interact!

5,500.00

10 Sessions

Inter-Act is a workshop for children to get a chance to interact with the people in their community. Children would interact with house helps, caretakers, drivers, security workers, shopkeepers, teachers, doctors who are part of their daily life to know more about, have fun and engage with them in a different light. This would be an opportunity for
our community and the children to develop more meaningful interactions with the people they live among

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Sub ModuleDescriptionLearning OutcomesProjectsChild investigations
1.Who is a community worker?We live in a world of interconnected people and professions. While we all know that, how much do we really know about our community workers?
This amazing interactive program will give the children an opportunity to interact with the community workers and understand a little more about them, appreciate their work, and thank them. On day 1, children will understand the meaning of the term community worker. They will then attempt to identify the people who help them in their daily lives. Children will prepare to receive a community worker from the neighborhood by preparing interesting interview questions, a song to welcome them, and a thank you card to thank them for their service. Last but not least, they will take a photo with the guest to mark the occasion. They will do a roleplay activity where they will attempt to get into the shoes of a community worker to appreciate their efforts.
1.Appreciate the need to put people at ease by treating them with respect, politely and in a friendly way

2.Learn to share their creative work with others

1.Children will make a thank you card
2. Children will draw a picture to represent the guest of the day.
Children will prepare a set of relevant questions to ask the guest-such as
What kind of work do you do?
How do you do it?
Where can I see you at work?
How does your daily routine go?
Did you go to school?
Are you happy today?
What are your dreams/aspirations for ourself and your family?
2.What are the different jobs community workers do?On this day the children will name different people who work for their family or community and try to describe what they do and where they see them at work.
Children will prepare for their interaction with the guest of the day, how to keep the questions simple and even in a language other than English. They will practice a welcome song to be shared with the guest and take a selfie with the guest to store the memory for posterity. They will do a “Tool roleplay” using the tools that the guest uses in his/her day-to-day work and think of other fun ways they can use them.
1.Identify where and how people work in the community around us.
2.Empathise with the work others do, its difficulty, and the skills needed to do these jobs.
3. Communicate with a person in a language other than English(mother tongue also).
1. Children will make an autograph post-it card with a stamp pad for the guest.
2.Children will draw a picture to represent the guest of the day.
Children will prepare a set of relevant questions to ask the guest-such as
What kind of work do you do?
How do you do it?
Where can I see you at work?
How does your daily routine go?
Did you go to school?
Are you happy today?
What are your dreams/aspirations for ourself and your family?
3.Why are community workers and their work important for us?Children will remember the guests of the last 2 sessions. Now they will discuss what is the consequence that we face if a community worker does not do his job? Children will prepare questions for the guest of the day, with a simple fun twist. They will make a nature collage craft to thank their guest. In the roleplay session, they will attempt to recreate a scene wherein need of assistance, how where, and why we call for help, and how is the problem solved by the right community helper.1.Appreciate the value of the work done by community helpers.
2. Understand the level of skill, speed, and experience needed to assist others, by doing the roleplay of the work others do
1.Children will make a nature collage card for the guest
2.Children will draw a picture to represent the guest of the day.
Children will prepare a set of relevant questions to ask the guest-such as
What kind of work do you do?
How do you do it?
Where can I see you at work?
How does your daily routine go?
Did you go to school?
Are you happy today?
What are your dreams/aspirations for ourself and your family?
4.Can machines do these jobs instead?Children will discuss if machines can replace people to do these jobs, efficiently, quickly, and with empathy. How much does the human connection matter? A simple discussion to introduce these thoughts, appropriate to their level of understanding. They will prepare a finger painting card to thank their guest, practice a welcome song, and prepare for the interview by visualizing the guest’s daily activities and how it contrasts with a day in their own life. Of course, the picture with the guest is a must.1.Explore if replacing men with machines is necessary or more useful.
2.Interact with the guest keeping themselves and their guest at ease.
3.Appreciate the challenges faced in these professions
1. Children will make a fingerpainting card for the guest
2. Children will draw a picture to represent the guest of the day.
3. Postit autographs
Children will prepare a set of relevant questions to ask the guest-such as
What kind of work do you do?
How do you do it?
Where can I see you at work?
How does your daily routine go?
Did you go to school?
Are you happy today?
What are your dreams/aspirations for ourself and your family?
5.Who do you remember the most?Children will recollect all the people they have met so far. They will then try and rank the top three community workers of their choice. They will make a friendship garland for the guest of the day. They will prepare for their interaction with the guest, rehearse the song, practice interview questions, and through roleplay activities get a better understanding of the job of the guest of the day.1. Appreciate the importance of the jobs in a community and the people who do them.1.Children will make a friendship bracelet and a group friendship garland
2.Children will draw a picture to represent the guest of the day.
Children will prepare a set of relevant questions to ask the guest-such as
What kind of work do you do?
How do you do it?
Where can I see you at work?
How does your daily routine go?
Did you go to school?
Are you happy today?
What are your dreams/aspirations for ourself and your family?

 

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22 Mar 2021

 

 

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