The influence of natural objects on the beginning of children’s teaching at school
Keywords:Objects of nature, anxiety, school, teacher, child, partnership
The article presents the theoretical and empirical results of the research of the processes of occurrence and overcoming of the child's anxiety during interaction with others at the beginning of school. Emphasis is also placed on scientific data on the types of interaction at the beginning of children's education at school. The influence of anxiety on various processes is considered. In particular, the following are considered: the process of forming educational activities, the process of forming a child's internal action plan, the process of forming interaction with other children; the process of forming a child as a subject of educational activity. It is established that the manifestation of the child's activity in interaction with the teacher and other children in the class is influenced by various factors. However, four factors take precedence among them: 1. Stable type of communication between teachers and children. 2. Partner form of communication. 3. The child's readiness for partnership with the teacher. 4. Readiness of the child to interact with other students. At the beginning of children's education at school, various emotional states can arise. The child can not control their emotions, because in the psyche there are no processes of emotional and volitional regulation. We found that the beginning of children's education at school while interacting with other objects of nature can cause the processes of emergence and overcoming the child's anxiety.
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