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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 756-760


PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE FORMATION OF RESPONSIBILITY IN CHILDREN OF PRESCHOOL AGE

Mukhammadieva Manzura Maratovna.

Abstract
The success of responsibility formation will depend on the implementation of the pedagogical technology of responsibility formation, which implies the consistent implementation of such stages in the educational process of the preschool institution as the formation of ideas about responsibility and motivation of the activities performed, the development of practical skills for the manifestation of responsible behavior in various activities, the conscious independent use of the accumulated experience of responsible behavior in the process of own activities.

Key words: child, responsibility, preschool education, activities, technology



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