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Austrian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Issue 3-4/2016

Compound natural thinking as a basis of developing intellectually gifted primary schoolchildren

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/AJH-16-3.4-65-67

Pages: 65 - 67

Authors: Saprunova Y.

Abstract: The article is devoted to the problem of the compound natural thinking as a basis for the development of intellectually gifted primary schoolchildren. The author considers rational didactic methods which are based on the use of associative and image thinking, sensory perception, verbal — logical thinking as main components of the compound natural thinking which can be used in the educational process in primary schools allowing gifted primary pupils not only to work with lexical material more effectively but also to develop their imagination, memory, mind and, as the result, their intelligence and letting teachers turn classes into an interesting and exciting process. In addition, the analysis of the problem on developing intellectually gifted primary schoolchildren’s abilities led the author to the conclusion that the peculiarities of the teaching methods which are based on the compound natural thinking are useful for the development of primary schoolchildren intelligence and they must be included into the school curriculum.

Keywords: associative and image thinking, verbal — logical thinking, sensory perception, compound natural thinking, educational process, pupils, intellectual giftedness, primary school

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