Departmental Bulletin Paper 5歳児における子ども間の相互行為 : 仲間づくりの方略に着目して
Study of the Characteristics of Physical Interaction among 5-Year-Old Children

鈴木, 裕子

5pp.11 - 18 , 2015-03-31 , 国立大学法人愛知教育大学
This article examines the characteristics of physical interaction among five-year-old children. Physical interaction that starts with being imitated was found to decrease at age four compared with age three, and further decrease at age five. The characteristics of five-year-old children included the following: 1) creation of a sequence of self-expression motivated by regulating needs, 2) coexistence of narrative thinking and rational thinking, and 3) self-awareness and vision of own intention, but an insufficient ability to regulate and accept discrepancies of awareness with others. Moreover, on examining the factors supporting physical interactions that replaced decreased imitation we found the following two behaviors: 1) acting by adapting parts of others’ acts while forming an image of the whole, and 2) acting depending on a particular situation while seeing oneself objectively.

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