The application of acting techniques in the conditions of formal education as a part of the creative potential of a future primary school teacher


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Keywords:

creative, art, children’s literature, formal education, technique, acting

Abstract

This article examines the influence of art and creativity in the process of formal education among undergraduate students of primary education. The use of creative techniques can be the key, which is necessary in the learning process to create conditions for organizing joint teaching activities of the teacher and independent work of students during formal education. The result can be in stimulating creative work, increasing students’ self-esteem and self-awareness, and gaining individuality. Traditional forms of teaching, including lectures and PowerPoint presentations, are no longer sufficient to adequately engage the younger generation in the digital age. So teachers need teaching methods that can engage students in real group settings and simultaneously be tested and approved.

The subject of creativity in this study is acting techniques developed by teachers, directors of theatrical work, such as Stanislavsky K.S., Strasberg L., and Chekhov M.A., whose techniques were subjected to our study in the article. The techniques were studied, processed and applied within the framework of the discipline “Children’s Literature with a Workshop on Expressive Reading” in the context of formal education. To conduct research within the framework of the above discipline, practical tasks and SIW based on acting techniques were developed. The problems that students have encountered or will face when they begin to conduct pedagogical activities are indicated. Conclusions and ways of solving problems on the way of becoming future primary school teachers are proposed.

Published

29.03.2024

How to Cite

Lyuft А., Akpayeva А., & Shnaider Д. (2024). The application of acting techniques in the conditions of formal education as a part of the creative potential of a future primary school teacher. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. Pedagogy. Psychology. Sociology Series., 146(1), 187–205. Retrieved from https://bulpedps.enu.kz/index.php/main/article/view/563

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Pedagogy