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DOI: 10.25588/CSPU.2018.03.03
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E.Yu. Volchegorskaya ORCID
Academic Title of Professor, Doctor of Sciences (Education), Head of the Department of Pedagogy, Psychology and Subject Techniques, South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk, Russia.
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E.A. Gladkova ORCID
Postgraduate Student at the Department of Pedagogy, Psychology and Subject Techniques, South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk, Russia.
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Preschool children’s emotional-communicative development in musical activity
Abstracts

Introduction. The article considers preschool children’s emotional-communicative development in musical activity.

Materials and methods. The main research methods involve retrospective analysis of psychological and pedagogical scientific literature; conceptual analysis and systematization on the problem of preschool children’s emotional-communicative development in musical activity.

Results. The study introduced a new concept of preschool children’s emotional-communicative development. The practical results include various types of musical activity in preschool children’s emotional-communicative development.

Discussion. Based on the research conducted, the authors conclude that preschool children’s emotional-communicative development manifested in 4 types of musical activity: perception of music, singing, musical-rhythmic activity, playing on children’s musical instruments.

Сonclusion. The study states that types of musical activity allow to increase level of preschool children’s emotional-communicative development. 

Keywords

musical activity, emotional-communicative development, preschool children

Highlights
  •  The main components of preschool children’s emotional-communicative development have been determined;
  • Types of preschool children’s musical activity and their influence on preschool children’s emotional-communicative development have been presented.
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