Academic journal article Journal of Social Sciences

Scenarios Pedagogical-Educational Movement Play

Academic journal article Journal of Social Sciences

Scenarios Pedagogical-Educational Movement Play

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ABSTRACT

The playtime and recreation plays an important role in child development. "Surplus energy" Spencer says That Both the man and the animal have the excess energy That are used in the activity fun. As we descended into the educational development Spencer Noted there was a decrease of fun Because The energy was used to meet basic needs. He Noted That in the higher animals there is a greater conservation of energy That Is Expressed in the activity fun. In 1900 Carl Cross argued That the recreational activity is a kind of exercise used to develop the individual's mental and motor activities. A sort of pre-exercise To ensure that structures are innate Certain transformed into complex structures and more December Especially Those Which are most suitable to environmental changes. The recreational activities are growing and changing together with the child's psychological and intellectual development, even if they REMAIN a milestone in the life of every person regardless of his age. Through the game as Schiller reminds us, "the man is fully human Only When he plays", through the game as everyone keeps his mind free from any thought, I know it has to be atto download his emotions and his instinct. The Game Becomes meaningful to the child's intellectual development, as When he plays, he Managed to surprise Himself by surprise and acquires new ways That allow them to interact with the outside world. In the game, the child Develops Their intellectual capabilities, emotional and relational. Becomes an instrument for the child Because it helps to develop creativity, helps him to experience cognitive abilities, so he can get in touch with his peers, gives life to the development of his personality.

Keywords: Sports Pedagogy, Play Activities, The Child's Intellectual Development, Development of Creativity, The Development of his Personality, Enhancement Areas of Intellectual, Emotional and Relational

INTRODUCTION

The recreational activity and recreation plays a very important role in the development of the child. "Surplus energy" Spencer maintains that both the man and the animal have the excess energy that are used in the activity fun. As we descended in the educational development Spencer noticed that there was a decrease of the play because the energy was used to meet basic needs. He noted that in the higher animals there is a greater conservation of energy is expressed in the activity fun. In 1900 Carl Cross argued that the recreational activity is a kind of exercise used to develop motor skills and mental health of the individual. A sort of pre-exercise to make sure that certain innate structures are transformed into more complex structures and more particularly suitable for those which are environmental changes.

Through the game, the child begins to understand the functioning of the objects. There is talk of game functional, although it is not a true recreational activity but an exercise, an imitative activity compared to real life situations. We start talking about real playful activity when the game begins to acquire the first functional representative characters, that the child uses functional objects, in this case we are talking about Game representative. The experience of the game teaches the child to be persistent and to have confidence in their abilities, it is a process by which it becomes aware of his inner world and the outer world, beginning to accept its legitimate needs of these two realities (Zavalloni, 1979; Bertolini, 1996; Solomon, 1999; Demetrius, 1992; 1996; Demetrio, 1990; 1995; Joints, 1983; Dewey; 1974; 1977; 1984; Castelnuovo, 2004; Mucchielli, 1987; Leo and Prezza, 2003; Mattelart, 1997; Pati, 1984; Cannao, 1989; Morselli, 1989; Contini, 1992; Frank, 1974).

Recreational activities grow and change to keep pace with the child's psychological and intellectual development, even if they remain a milestone in the life of every person regardless of his age. Through the game reminds us that Schiller, "man is only fully human when he plays', because through the game everyone keeps their mind free from any thought, it has no way of being able to download his emotions and his instinct. …

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