Throughout early childhood, along with gaming activity, of great importance in the development of the child’s personality, in the process of socialization is a cognitive activity, which is understood not only as a process of acquiring knowledge, skills, and mainly as a search for knowledge, acquisition of knowledge independently or under the tactful guidance of an adult.
Many teachers G. M., Lyamin, A. P. Usova, E. A. Panko refers to the need of inclusion of preschool children in research activity, during which they could discover new properties of objects, their similarities and differences, giving them the opportunity to acquire knowledge independently.
Perhaps the most popular and most affordable method of research is observation. It is often applied and used in everyday life preschool, penetrating all spheres of children’s activities. To observe, one has to have an observation, which is called the sister care. Why a child on their own initiative notices Continue reading
The Role of the teacher in enriching the content of role-playing games of children of senior preschool age.
The table of contents.
Chapter 1. Features guide role-playing games, preschool children.
1.1. The value of role-playing games as a creative activity of children of preschool age
1.2. Psychological and pedagogical research on leadership role-playing games
1.3. Characteristics of role-playing games
1.4. The originality of the plot-role-playing games
1.5. Organization, methods and techniques of leadership role-playing games in the senior group of a kindergarten
1.6. Planning guide role-playing games
Chapter 2. Pretend play children preschool age and guidance of a tutor.
2.1. Analysis of the role of the educator in the organization and management of role-playing games children
2.2. Conclusion Continue reading
PERSONALITY is man as a social being, a bearer of social consciousness.
The essence of a person is manifested through the relationship into which he enters with the outside world and especially with people. This includes all of the relationships that develop between people (in the family, in the community in everyday communication, etc.) Thus, the concept of “personality” describes the man as a social being associated with the assimilation of that diverse spiritual experiences in society. One is not born a personality, and it becomes in the course of their life.
Development is a process of quantitative and qualitative changes of the inherited and acquired properties of the individual.
People in the course of his life developing in several respects:
-physical development – change height, weight, volume of a human body;
-physiological development – change of physiological processes (e.g., puberty);
mental development is the enrichment of the Fund of conditional reflexes, development of character, development of memory, thinking, emotional-volitional sphere, etc.;
social development is evident in the complexity Continue reading