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From experience of improving leisure of children and teenagers abroad


Considering activity of the western recreational centers of improving rest of children and teenagers abroad, historical approaches, on the basis of materials of prominent scientists are analyzed. During research comparison of separate aspects of educational and improving process is given: recreational; religious; activity and ecological; experimental education. Concepts on the organization of recreational activity of known experts are considered. Regularities where as uniting aspect activity of Christian camps at which also ideological (the Victorian position), economic (farmer private camp) motives acts come to light present. In a big variety the extensive program of activity of the orthodox structures, having multistage age gradation is reflected. Being the key factor of all improving process, religious aspect forms in younger generation the development of skills in household chores, pedagogical traditions, healthy lifestyle. The methodology of research is based including, on modern approaches to the organization of children's improving leisure abroad which are directed on implementation of the following programs: ecological education (which close cooperation with educational institutions assumes and answers their educational process); experimental education (programs in this direction consider aspiration of younger generation to dangers and adventures, stimulate to acceptance of crucial decisions, develop skills of mutual support and understanding).


recreation; leisure; game; active and ecological education; scouts; summer camp; experimental education

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Problems of youth’s socialization in modern world

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