FOLK DANCE AS A MEANS OF FORMATION AND CREATIVE EDUCATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN PERSONALITY

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  • Nina A. Oparina , Ulyana V. Nedelnitsyna , Irina D. Levina , Olga V. Maltseva , Maria G. Kaitandjyan

Abstract

The authors note that due to the fact that the transformation processes of social development affect the
spiritual and moral sphere, the priority sphere of the state at present is the spiritual, moral and creative
education of a child. The formation of a highly moral personality occurs in the framework of two interrelated
directions: in the process of family upbringing and in the educational process. In the formation of personality,
the state seeks to develop ethnic cultural traditions and folk art. According to the authors, one of the means to
help maintain ethnic cultural traditions and folk art in Russian society is the development of folk dance, as one
of the most extensive choreographic movements. The authors point out that folk dance performs the following
functions: ethno-cultural, aesthetic, self-education, self-control, self-organizing, self-esteem, physical activity.
These functions, in turn, develop the child’s creative abilities, arouse interest in the culture of the people and
provide an opportunity for the child to release energy, satisfy the child’s need for a holiday, a spectacle, a
game.

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2020-11-29 — Updated on 2020-11-30

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Nina A. Oparina , Ulyana V. Nedelnitsyna , Irina D. Levina , Olga V. Maltseva , Maria G. Kaitandjyan. (2020). FOLK DANCE AS A MEANS OF FORMATION AND CREATIVE EDUCATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN PERSONALITY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 731 - 742. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/780 (Original work published November 29, 2020)