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THE ROLE OF AN ADULT IN THE SPEECH DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AND THE SPECIFICS OF INTERACTION WITH ADULTS IN THE ERA OF DIGITALIZATION

Journal: PERSONALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD: HEALTH, ADAPTATION, DEVELOPMENT (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 263-274

Keywords : speech; speech activity; speech development; communicating; communication; younger pre-schoolers; interaction with adults; digitalization; digital transformation;

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Abstract

An important role in the speech development of preschool children is assigned to interaction with adults, since the child masters speech by imitation, repeating what he hears from adults. Currently, one of the trends in the development of countries is the process of digital transformation, affecting all spheres of society. In the era of digitalization, the nature of a child's interaction with an adult is fundamentally changing, which cannot but affect his speech and mental development. The purpose of the research is to study the specifics of interaction and the role of an adult in the speech development of preschool children during the era of digitalization. In the era of digitalization, the content, means, and essence of the communication process itself are changing significantly. Digital technologies, starting from the younger preschool age, significantly transform consciousness, perception. A special type of thinking is being formed – mosaic thinking. This is reflected, among other things, on the speech development of the child: real communication is replaced by virtual, emotional contact is lost. Children increasingly perceive fragmentary speech, devoid of strict grammatical outlines and compositional design. The importance of direct communication and interaction with adults is being lost and transformed, and specifically at the level of emotional contact, individual communication, cognitive communication, interaction during joint activities. Not only the level of children's speech development is significantly reduced, but also the need for verbal communication itself.

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