Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 6(11), pp. 2634 - 2640
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061128
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Conflicts and Conflict Situation Settlement of Children of 5-6 Years Attending Pre-school Educational Institution


Medera Halmatov *
Department of Preschool Education, Faculty of Education, Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen University, Turkey

ABSTRACT

Relationships with others are not always easy and harmonious. Already in the kindergarten group, there are many conflicts between children, which are the result of a distorted way of developing interpersonal relationships. It is the most important task of the educator, parent and psychologist - to recognize these dangerous trends and help the child overcome them on time. Obviously, every aggressive act has a certain cause and it is carried out in a specific situation. Consideration of the situations in which aggressive behavior is the most often manifested is necessary to understand the direction of aggressive behavior, its causes and purposes, which may shed a light on its motivation. The purpose of the study: situations that cause conflict among children of 5-6 years in pre-school institutions, the attitude of children to conflict situations and the resolution of these conflict situations without the intervention of adults. In order to identify the main causes of the conflicts between children of preschool age, we observed the behavior of children during various games, that is, during games that children organized themselves during period in the kindergarten. To identify the relationship of children to conflict situations, the researcher created an observation sheet that includes 5 questions. The experimenter observed from the side and recorded all manifestations of conflict behavior of preschool children.

KEYWORDS
Children, Conflict Situation, Game

Cite this paper
Medera Halmatov . "Conflicts and Conflict Situation Settlement of Children of 5-6 Years Attending Pre-school Educational Institution." Universal Journal of Educational Research 6.11 (2018) 2634 - 2640. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061128.