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Motivational readiness for school 2018
2016-10-07, 21:01:46
Advising parents on the topic of "Motivational readiness for school"
Material description: Offer to your attention a summary of the group consultations for parents of children of senior preschool age the educational psychologist, reflecting the theoretical and practical aspects of motivational readiness of children for school. Parents offered recommendations for the training of children in the home. The consultation materials provide for the active cooperation of the teacher and parents.

Type of counseling: group, theme.
Participants in the consultation: parents of children of preparatory group.
Purpose of counseling: Improving the knowledge of parents in preparing children for school.
Equipment: blank sheets of paper, pens.

Preliminary work: the Teacher needs to consult to conduct a survey of parents "is your child Ready for school?" and diagnostic testing of children by the method "Determination of the motives of the doctrine" - M. R. Ginsburg (Information on the results of this study and recommendations are reported to parents individually)

The stages of counselling:

1. Organizational moment (attitude to work together
2. Post topic advice
3. The theoretical part of the consultation
4. The practical part of the consultation
5. Understanding the outcome of the consultation
6. Result.


the consultation process

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1. Organizational moment (attitude to work together).


Hello, dear parents. I'm glad to see You!

Let me remind You that preschool is primarily a prospective student of the 1st class.

- I invite You to speculate and answer to my questions:

— What skills should your child-a schoolboy of seven, an adult? Independent?

— What is a adult child?

— What, in your opinion, the criteria "maturity" of the child?

I hope that we will find with You the answers to all our questions.

2. Post topic advice. - Dear parents, please list the components that are included in the set of "school readiness".

- you want to know more about motivational readiness for school and to help your child? (Yes.)

range">3. The theoretical part of the consultation.
Psychological school readiness Motivational readiness, intellectual readiness will readiness, and a sufficient level of development of hand-eye coordination.
Today we will discuss about motivational readiness.

Motivational readiness for school is a prerequisite for successful adaptation of the child to school, making them "the position of the student," if aborted motives for teaching a child is very difficult to get used to the new conditions, the collective and the teacher is not well perceived school material that leads to maladjustment.

Motivational readiness is the presence of the children desire to learn. Most parents will respond that their kids would go to school and, therefore, motivational readiness they have. However, it is not so. First of all, the desire to go to school and the desire to learn is significantly different from each other. The child may want in a school because all of his peers going to school because heard that to get into this school is very important and honorable, finally, because for school he will get a new beautiful bag, pencil case and other gifts. In addition, everything new attracts children, and the school almost everything: classes, and the teacher, and regular classes — are new. However, this does not mean that the children realize the importance of study and ready to work diligently. Just they understood that statutory place of the student is much more important and more honorable than preschooler, who goes to kindergarten or sitting at home with mom. Children under 6 years are already well aware that you can deny them the purchase of dolls or cars, but can't buy a pen or a notebook, as buy, for example Barbie is dictated only by your kind attitude to the child, briefcase or book — charge before him. Similarly, children see that adults can interrupt their most interesting game, but do not interfere with older brothers or sisters when they sit at the lessons. So your child and committed to school, because he wants to be an adult to have certain rights, for example, a backpack or notebooks, and assigned them duties, for example, to get up early to prepare lessons (which provide it a new status and place of privilege in the family). He does not fully understand that, in order to prepare a lesson, he will have to sacrifice, for example, a game or walk, but in principle he knows and accepts the fact that the lessons to do. It is this desire to become a pupil, to carry out rules of behavior of the student and to have his rights and obligations and constitute the "inner position" of the student.

It is important to tell children about what it means to be a student why he is more adult, enrolling in school, what duties he will be there to perform. On the available examples to show the importance of lessons, assessments, school schedule.

Interest outside of school, the learning process, that is, to schools, to school supplies, to the rules of conduct at school is the first stage of development of motivational readiness. Of course, this interest is short-lived, and it quickly (within 2-3 months) disappears. It was then and should be of interest to the course contents, to obtain new knowledge, that is, should appear actually cognitive motivation. However, it depends on how and what the child will learn in school. We're talking about readiness, that is, the state that precedes the arrival to the school. At this point, the commitment to school and commitment to school duties and rules are the main components, the basis of psychological readiness for school, based on the fact that in the new circumstances, the child will feel comfortable. Without this willingness, no matter how well the child knew how to read and write, he will not be able to learn well as school environment, rules of behavior will be a burden to him, he will try to get out at any cost from this unpleasant situation. It can be a distraction during a lesson in their dreams, of interest only to the recess, where you can play and plenty of naughty, negative attitudes towards teammates or teacher. One way or another, but such a condition will prevent your child to learn, no matter how well prepared him to study at home.

4. The practical part of the consultation. Exercise "Trash"
Today we are talking about how to increase the motivational readiness of children for school. On slips of paper list all the qualities that prevent you to communicate effectively with the child and from which I would like to get rid of. After the quality of the recorded think: what would you like to receive in return, to contribute to the development of child's motivational readiness to work, independence, perseverance. Desirable properties write down on paper.

Note qualities with unnecessary throw away in the trash, and with the desired qualities Express themselves.

Use the following home exercises, and games for the development of motivational readiness of children.

Exercise "Association word "grader""

The activity "What is in the portfolio"

Exercise "I want to school because.",

The game "Box grader"

The activity "assemble portfolio"

The game "Lesson and change"

The quiz on school subjects.

Storytelling for school adaptation. "Forest school" M. A. Panfilova, etc.

(end of advice to parents are distributed as a database of games and exercises, stories)

Recommendations for parents.

If you want to help your child learn in school happily, start with the following:
— tell us what it means to be a student and what responsibilities will appear in the school;
— on the available examples show the importance of lessons, assessments, school regulations;
— cultivate an interest in the content of the classes, to obtain new knowledge
— bring up randomness, controllability behavior;
— never say that at school, interesting that it's a waste of time and effort.

Interaction with the child, contact with him, of course, exclude authoritarianism, dictatorship, threats: "I'll go to school — there'll show you!", "Don't you dare me two to bring!". A child should be taught respect for academic work, to emphasize its importance for all family members. Must be made optimistic note, showing the confidence of parents that the school will go successfully, the first grader will diligently and independently to fulfil all school requirements.

5. Understanding the outcome of the consultation.
- Were you to understand more clearly what you need to do in order to help the child?

- Was it useful advice?

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