INTRODUCTION 3 SECTION 1 5 THE THEORETICAL BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING PRESCHOOLERS 5 1.1. Characteristics of the development of thinking in children of preschool age 5 1.2. The relationship of cognitive abilities of the child 11 1.3. Features of formation of properties of thinking in preschool children 15 SECTION 2 18 TRAINING DEVELOPMENT of THINKING IN CHILDREN of PRESCHOOL AGE 18 2.1. Characteristics of training with preschoolers 18 2.2. Features and order training 22 2.3. The results of the method “determination of the level of mental development of senior preschool children” before and after training 25 WISNOSKI 27 LIST VIKORISTANNYA LITERATURE 28 appendices 29 the Method of “determining the level of mental development of senior preschool children” 29 lesson Plan No. 1. 34 lesson Plan No. 2. 36 lesson Plan No. 3. 38 lesson Plan No. 4. 40
The development of memory in children of preschool age
Introduction 2 Chapter I. General concept of memory 5 1.1. The processes of memory 5 1.2. Types of memory 7 Chapter II. Theoretical basis for the development of spatial memory in preschool children 10 2.1 the Nature, structure and content of memory in psychological Continue reading
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Self-consciousness. The formation and development of self-consciousness
The first “I” uttered by a child in 2-3 years, testifies that in his mind formed self-consciousness. He began to perceive myself as a kind, yet vague in his mind the creature.
A creature that lives his life — their desires, needs and which IS NOT the same thing THAT surrounds him — it — he became the SUBJECT of relations with people and things around him.
What happens next with this “I” — the self-consciousness of personality, except for the natural crystallization, expansion, complexity, as a consequence of it, the child, the rapid development?
Self-consciousness — I or We?
Look what’s going on in the socialization process (humanization) of the child and, further, already an adult.
The society, in the face of parents, caregivers, peers and so on — all those with whom the child faces, begins not only to make the child Continue reading
Culture is a broad concept that reveals the essence of moral standards in relation to people, to nature, to work, to objects of material and spiritual culture and, of course, to himself.
The child is forced to learn a number of rules that are necessary for life in society. These rules are readily available to the child and gradually absorbed them in the process of communicating with other people in your child’s daily routine and become, over time, habits of behavior and skills. Not for nothing they say ” Sow a habit – reap a character “.
Parents and teachers should be aware of some peculiarities of pre-school age:
– Lack of skills and habits
– The inaccuracy of performance of rules of conduct
– Insufficient awareness of their actions
Foster a culture of behavior in children is needed with respect to adults . Children see that their parents care about them and will try to respond in kind, willingly fulfilling their requests, obeying them, will seek to please their actions.
The child needs to be able to support emotionally positive tone of communication with others, to use the words of courtesy. Let the child tries to behave so as not to disturb others and does not interrupt adult conversation, Continue reading