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HIPPY Parent - Child Observation Instrument
This list describes elements of in-home teaching that parents are exposed to during role play with their home visitor. Use it to identify a baseline of understanding of techniques, and to give parents specifiic feedback on their work with their child. It is expected that parents be observed working with their child around Packet 5 and Packet 20.
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Parent & ChildDate & start time:
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Curriculum language: English Spanish
YR1 YR2 YR3
Packet #
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Other children present? Y NIs this the primary parent that usually works with the child? Y/NHome Visitor
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Instructions:Observe parent and child working together on the Literacy activity for the prior week.
0 - did not observe; 1 - observed; if not applicable, write N/A.
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AreaITEMSRating Describe
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PreparationIf other child(ren) were present children's activities available, or they were incorporated into the session
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Props and materials gathered and used
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TechniqueRead directions silently
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Read bolded script aloud
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Confirms: When the child responds and the answer is correct (matches the anticipated response listed in the activity packet), the parent repeats (confirms) the answer.
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Completes: When the child responds with part of the correct or alternate correct answer, the parent repeats the child’s answer and completes by providing any missing details (i.e. sentence versus one word).
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Corrects: If the child has no response or says “I don’t know the answer” or gives an answer that does not fit the question, the parent will correct by only saying the anticipated response.
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Session length was appropriate (15-20 minutes)
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Positive environmentCreated positive learning environment (did not say “no” to incorrect answers)
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Praised child periodically
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Praise was meaningful (specific)
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Dialogic
Reading
Provided title, author, and illustrator of book
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Read with expression
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Identified unfamiliar words for the child
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Talked about the story when the book is done
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Paused reading and pointed out letters
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Paused reading and asked child to tell what is in a picture
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Responsive to child's learningExtra support was provided to child when needed
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Individualized the activity based on the child’s development and interest
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Completed activity fully with the child, unless child loses interest
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Allowed wait time to for child to respond
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Allows child to complete the work at their own pace
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End Time:TOTAL
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