ОСОБЛИВОСТІ ФОРМУВАННЯ АНГЛОМОВНОЇ СОЦІАЛЬНОЇ КОМПЕТЕНТНОСТІ У ПРОЦЕСІ НАВЧАННЯ ДІАЛОГІЧНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ В УЧНІВ 6-ГО КЛАСУ ЗАКЛАДІВ ЗАГАЛЬНОЇ СЕРЕДНЬОЇ ОСВІТИ
Педагогічні науки теорія історія інноваційні технології
Bochkov Pavlo. The use of simulators to form postural mechanisms during equilibrium disbalance of preschoolers. The article explores the possibilities of using material and technical means for overcoming children's imbalances. Literature review on this problem is made, the problems are identified, which have not yet been sufficiently studied. Particular attention was paid to development and use of authoring simulators for physical education of junior age children with postural deficiency
... e. Such simulator constructions as "Restless Pyramid", "Airship", "Cable Car" were considered and characterized. For each simulator were provided its technical characteristics, advice on their manufacture and operation. Separately for each simulator, its methodological capabilities for overcoming children imbalance in the form of specific complexes of corrective exercises are given. Each simulator was analyzed from the perspective of its use in five directions, corresponding to the presence of inputs (channels) in the child according to the general postural system of maintaining equilibrium (vestibular, visual, oculomotor, proprioceptive and gift). Methodological tips are given for ensuring both the general safety system of children during exercise in physical education classes and specific recommendations for the safe operation of each simulator. It is proved that simulators are most effective of their together usage with the surrounding 3D correction space. Particular attention was paid to the author's threecomponent and three-level simulator "Restless Pyramid", which allows the child to train the function of dynamic stability in all three planes: frontal, sagittal and horizontal. With the help of these three simulators, it is possible to effectively form a child's static balance (in place), semi-dynamic balance (moving in place) and dynamic balance (in motion with movement).