DESCRIPTION METHOD IN TRAINING OF HEALTH AND SAFETY

Author(s): Kamerilova Galina Savelievna, Vyrodov Dmitry Yurievich, Zhamalov Ildar Ravilievich, Rodionov Alexander Romanovich

Rubric: Teaching methods and technologies

DOI: 10.21777/2500-2112-2019-2-22-26

Release: 2019-2 (27)

Pages: 22-26

Keywords: description, descriptive method, informative and communicative universal educational actions, speech interaction

Annotation: The purpose of the present article consists in a research of scientific and pedagogical aspects of a descriptive method of use in training of health and safety. The relevance of consideration of scientific bases of the description and its application as a scientific method strengthens methodological bases of the course «Basics of life safety». The developed technique of use of a descriptive method in training of health and safety provides success of formation at the studying informative and communicative universal modalities of action connected with speech communication. On the basis of methods of the theoretical analysis, information search, modeling the results of a research consisting in definition of scientific approaches to classifications of descriptions are received; the system of descriptions characteristics in studying of maintenance of health and safety where constant and steady signs of dangerous process or emergency situation are distinguished is offered. The main function of descriptions consisting in creation at the possible threats and also procedures providing its performance studying a complete evident image is defined. Descriptions, being an initial step of informative process, are a part of the innovative technologies of training of safe activity based on dialogue and communicative intersubject interaction.

Bibliography: Kamerilova GA.SA., Vyrodov DM.YU., Zhamalov IL.RA., Rodionov AL.RO. DESCRIPTION METHOD IN TRAINING OF HEALTH AND SAFETY // Education Resources and Technologies. – 2019. – № 2 (27). – С. 22-26. doi: 10.21777/2500-2112-2019-2-22-26

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