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Министерство образования Московской области
Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение среднего профессионального образования
Московской области
Гуманитарно-педагогический колледж ГГТУ

КУРСОВАЯ РАБОТА

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«ИГРОВАЯ ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТЬ КАК СРЕДСТВО ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ДОБРОЖЕЛАТЕЛЬНЫХ ВЗАИМООТНОШЕНИЙ МЕЖДУ ДОШКОЛЬНИКАМИ»

Студентки 2 курса ДО3- 14.2 группыГорбачевой Ольги НиколаевныСпециальность: 050144 «Специальное дошкольное образование»Руководитель работы:Ковалёва Вера Юрьевна |

2015г. Содержание

Введение...........................................................……….................................. 3
Основная часть
1. Формирование взаимоотношений у дошкольников ……………………… 5
1.1 Понятие о взаимоотношениях в детском возрасте................................... 5
1.2 Структура системы межличностных отношений старших дошкольников в группе сверстников........................................................................................ 10
2. Формирование положительных взаимоотношений у дошкольников в процессе игровой деятельности …………………………………………… 16
3. Роль воспитателя в формировании дружеских взаимодействий у детей среднего и старшего дошкольного возраста ………………………………… 25
4. Влияние деятельности дошкольного возраста на их взаимоотношения … 31
Практическая часть............................................................................................. 33
Заключение………………………………………………………………..40
Список литературы............................................42
Приложения......................................................44

ВВЕДЕНИЕ

Актуальность темы обусловлена тем, что основной задачей современного образования является развитие творческой, самостоятельной, свободной личности. Наше время - время информационных технологий - требует всесторонне развитых,…...

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