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Yakovleva A.A., Yakovlev V.A. Influence of the subject of visual arts during the adaptation period of first grade schoolchildren

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p315-320
 
Influence of the subject of visual arts during the adaptation period of first grade schoolchildren
Alena Afanasyevna Yakovleva, the student, Pedagogical Institute, North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk; Valery Aleksandrovich Yakovlev, the senior teacher, Mining Institute, North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk

Abstract
Adapting a child to school is a complex and lengthy process. The success of the child's further social activities largely depends on the successful course of the adaptation period when entering school. The aim of the study is to examine the impact of the effectiveness of a visual art object for the adaptation of primary school children. It is considered what types of activities in fine arts lessons have a positive effect on the adaptation of children to school. Various forms and methods of conducting classes, combination of the visual and play activities, the use of non-traditional materials and drawing techniques help relieve emotional and physical overload, form the ability to work in a team and a positive attitude towards learning. The result of the work is analysis of the influence of the subject of fine art on the successful adaptation of children to school.
Keywords: adaptation period, fine arts, younger students, forms, methods, art therapy.
 
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Article arrived in edition 28.12.2020
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