Study on the Experiment of Cultivating the Peer Interpersonal Skill of the Children in the Kindergarten

ZENG Bin

Abstract


This purpose of research is that cultivating the peer interpersonal skill of the children in the kindergarten of the linguistic& non-linguistic competence, pro-social behavior & social obstacle. Research methods are on-the-spot experimental and observational method. The results are that the difference is significance in the total level of the children’s peer interpersonal skill between the experimental group and the control group (p<0.05), that the difference is significance in the linguistic & non-linguistic competence and the children’s interaction obstacle between the experimental group and the control group (p<0.05). But that the difference is no significance in the social initiative and pro-social between the experimental group and the control group (p>0.05). The conclusion is that it is effective for teachers to intervene in children’s peer interaction during the experiment. It can become the appropriate education measures to improve the peer interpersonal skill of the children in the kindergarten.


Keywords


Children; Peer; Interpersonal skill

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