Learning Environments About Colombian Legends as a Didactic Strategy

Learning Environments About Colombian Legends as a Didactic Strategy

Yulmis Isabel Rodríguez (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain), Pedro Gil-Madrona (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain) and Luz Marina Méndez Hinojosa (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 25
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7585-7.ch011
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Abstract

This chapter presents a proposal for a didactic intervention in physical education for early childhood education in a learning environment created from the Colombian legends. The purpose is to contribute to the cognitive, motor, perceptual, social, and emotional development and a progress in the knowledge of their own culture. Throughout it, the objectives of the didactic proposal, the methodological strategies, the material resources, the clusters, the environments, as well as the evaluation will be exposed.
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Stage Adjustment

This intervention program is originated as a response to questions aimed at analyzing how motor skills are related to other areas of the development of early childhood education, so specific features are quoted promoting a representative role of the agents who intervene in this put-into-action process of implementation:

Key Terms in this Chapter

Motor Skills: Set of functions that allow the domain and control of one's own body.

Children: Subjects of rights, main agents of the educational process.

Relationships: Interaction between pairs, where knowledge, experiences, knowledge, and other characteristics that make us human are exchanged.

Language: Way of expressing what we think and feel.

Motivation: Intimate state of the person that drives him to develop actions to achieve his goals.

Motor Development: The concept of motor development implies aspects such as maturity, growth, environment, learning, and in the same way, elements such as emotions, motivations, perceptions participate in a significant way.

Education: Transformative action of the individual.

Character: Group of qualities, traits, that differentiate one person from another, influencing their way of thinking and acting.

Intervention: Lines of action to improve an aspect that requires transformation.

Culture: Set of experiences, learned things, values, knowledge, traditions, acquired through interaction, the environment, and personal experiences.

Childhood: First stage of the human being, from birth to adolescence.

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