VAN REGION CHILDREN’S PLAYS IN THE CONTEXT OF CHILDREN’S FOLKLORE EVALUATION OF KINESTHETIC LEARNING MODEL Cover Image

ÇOCUK FOLKLORU BAĞLAMINDA VAN YÖRESİ ÇOCUK OYUNLARININ KİNESTETİK ÖĞRENME MODELİ KAPSAMINDA DEĞERLENDİRİLMESİ
VAN REGION CHILDREN’S PLAYS IN THE CONTEXT OF CHILDREN’S FOLKLORE EVALUATION OF KINESTHETIC LEARNING MODEL

Author(s): Songül ÇAKMAK
Subject(s): Customs / Folklore, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Personality Psychology, Sociology of Culture
Published by: Motif Halk Oyunları Eğitim ve Öğretim Vakfı
Keywords: Children's plays; body folklore; kinesthetic learning; functional method; Van province;

Summary/Abstract: Folkloric plays for children often refer to a process of communication with their bodies. These games, which are performed by touch and body movements, are considered within the scope of developmental psychology and evaluated within the context of kinesthetic learning model. Kinesthetic learning model, which has been researched and analyzed within the scope of body folklore, has an increasing importance in folklore studies along with its effects on personality development in children's plays. In this study, the structure, context, function and contribution of the kinesthetic games to the child's mental structure were investigated, the tension and weighing aspects of the game were discussed, and the function of body folklore and kinesthetic learning model was tried to be revealed. Children's games related to the body were analyzed by taking into consideration the structure and contribution of the games played by children of the 9-16 age group in the Van region. As a method, field research, observation, interview, guide and guided research was conducted, the games observed with the old games were evaluated by transferring the information of the source and historical change of children's games were explained by comparison method.

  • Issue Year: 12/2019
  • Issue No: 27
  • Page Range: 637-657
  • Page Count: 21
  • Language: Turkish