The Role of Playing into the Development of the Pre-School Children's Linguistic Skills

Besa Turku, Ardian Shingjergji


Children of different age-groups pressupose a harmonic and conditioned development of their linguistic peculiarities and features. The contexts these linguistic pecularities have been developed as well as their implications are greately promoted through playing games which have an important role in the children’s linguistic formation. Relevantly, the object of this study focuses on the development of the 4-5 age-group children by means of playing games: Our study has been oriented over the following issues: - The features of the linguistic formation for the 4-5 age-group children. - The selected models of the games influencing the development of the children’s abilities in these evolvement fields. - Identification of the relevent indicators related with the children’s linguistic abilities by applying the model of games for this age-group. Methods to be used are those of investigation, observation, assessment, analyses and synthesis. Our research has been based on the concrete understanding of children’s features in the pre-school institutions as well as on modelling the games that improve speaking for this age-group. The results generated by applying those models have been presented to the relevant pre-school teachers in Elbasan County, Albania .

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n2p175

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