The Study of Features of the Interpretation Activity in Primary School Age

Abstract

The abstract presents results of an empirical study of the interpretive activity of primary school age children. The authors suggest that human cognitive activity is associated not only with the issue of understanding, but also with the need to interpret what is clear, as well as to develop their own attitude to it. It has been shown that a primary school age child shows the ability to consciously understand any phenomenon and to interpret what he or she understands. The authors have proven the possibility to explore the interpretive activity features in primary school age with the help of interpretive tasks. The research has found that the success of individual interpretive actions determines the quality of interpretive activities in general. Results of the study of the primary school age children interpretive activity have revealed that the greatest difficulties are related to the establishment of subtext, semantic contradiction, semantic connection of contexts, explanation of reasons, and justification of opinion.

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Published
2021-12-29
How to Cite
Shevchenko, N., & Suriakova, M. (2021). The Study of Features of the Interpretation Activity in Primary School Age. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 16, 326-331. https://doi.org/10.31470/10.31470/2706-7904-2021-16-326-331