<b>表現遊びの即興時に現れる「模倣」の種類</b>:<b>─4校の小学校2年生を対象に─</b> [in Japanese] The Types of "MOHO" Emerging When Improvisation During Expressive Play:─Focusing on Second Grade Children in Four Different Elementary Schools ─ [in Japanese]
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In this study, the aim was to clarify types of "MOHO" which emerge from second grade elementary school children during expressive play. Since expressive play has a characteristic of "turning completely into a subject", this study focused on the viewpoint of imitation. In the experiment, children were shown the picture cards of animals and vehicles, and they were asked to make an improvisational turn into the subject. After the experiment, analysis of the movements of the imitation was followed, and the types of "MOHO" were examined.<br>The result indicated two types of "MOHO"; "Imitation of a subject" and "Imitation of others". "Imitation of a subject" includes three types of imitations; "Imitation of a framework" in which children imitate the form of the subject only, "Exaggerated imitation" in which children exaggerate the characteristics of the subject, and "Original imitation" in which children express the subject beyond the actual feature in their own way. "Imitation of others" includes two types of imitations; "Mutual imitation" in which two or more children mutually imitating the subject's movement, and "Reflective imitation" in which children take the other children's movement into their own movement.
- Japanese Journal of Sport Education Studies
Japanese Journal of Sport Education Studies 34(1), 1-11, 2014
Japanese Society of Sport Education