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Social literacy formation among younger schoolchildren in extracurricular activities

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The modern system of general education is focused on the positive socialization of the individual and the development of functional literacy of students, an integrative component of which is social literacy. Being a holistic, system-based, dynamic education of the individual, social literacy ensures the readiness of younger students for successful social adaptation and positive socialization in the constantly changing conditions of the modern social environment. Extracurricular activities contain a high potential for the social development of younger students through the involvement of cultural institutions, additional education for children, public organizations, the participation of younger students in socially significant activities, socially oriented programs and projects that expand the social space of students, increase their social contacts, enrichment social experience and education of socially significant personality traits. At the same time, the potential of extracurricular activities is not fully used by primary school teachers. The proposed model for the formation of social literacy of younger schoolchildren in extracurricular activities is based on a systemic, activity-based, axiological, person-oriented, competence-based, dialogic and reflexive approaches, includes methodological, targeted, meaningful, organizational and evaluative-effective structural blocks. We emphasize the need to organize a system of interaction between an elementary school and social partners, their inclusion in various joint activities (projects, social actions, etc.), development and implementation of methodological support for extracurricular activities with the participation of social partners, contributing to the deep integration of basic and additional education, improving pedagogical competencies of participants, clear coordination of joint actions.

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DOI

10.20310/1810-231X-2022-21-4-96-104

UDC

373.24+37.035

Pages

96-104

References

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Received

2022-10-18

Section of issue

Kindergarten, school, higher education institution

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