Psychological and pedagogical features of formation the abilities to produce different types of stories in children of senior preschool age
The article is devoted to the problem of formation the resistant abilities to produce different types of stories in senior preschool children. Starting the article from the basic definitions, consideration and comparison of scientific opinions of the experts on the subject, the author reveals the psychological and pedagogical features of all kinds of stories, their place in children’s minds, the role and importance for senior preschooler’s life activity in communication with both peers and adults of any social strata. Special attention is paid to psycholinguistic principles of senior preschoolers’ speech, as the process of their different stories creating, and their conscious choice of any type of stories based on age and social environment. The urgency of the problems evidenced by numerous appeals of professionals who face these issues in their daily practice, during special sessions on the subject, and in everyday communication with pupils. The presence of persistent skills to form all types of stories will be useful in preschoolers, both today and in the future, while establishing productive relationships with colleagues, gaining customer bases, preparation and conduct of the negotiations, speaking on forums at all levels, in terms of communication comrades and friends and family. Particular attention is paid is appropriate to use older preschoolers of any type of story during a monologue speech a little person, and in establishing dialogical contact with others of all ages. The author hopes that the ideas and hypotheses expressed in this article will be useful to practitioners in working out the effective developing methods of formation in senior preschool children sustainable abilities to use stories of all types in preparation of little personalities to school and independent life, establishing communication with the world.