2. Discuss two categories of play and show their differences.

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    pun hio ieng (Wednesday, 20 March 2019 09:07)

    Finnish education is mainly about letting children concentrate on their play. Do not encourage or emphasize students to compete with others from an early age, but to inspire and assist each child to find their own life value, and at the same time establish a positive learning mentality that can be pursued throughout life. Finns respect each individual, because they believe that different talents are needed.

    Different forms of education in the UK allow students to freely choose school time, morning classes and full-time classes. The main focus is on group and individual education, and less class-wide collective teaching. For example, focusing on seeking differences, but not paying attention to seeking common ground, it is very important to cultivate the interest and personality of young children.

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    pun hio ieng (Wednesday, 20 March 2019 09:31)

    Independent or solitary play:
    From birth to two years old, it is a solitary game stage. Most of the game behaviors in this period are played by oneself. The game content is closely related to the growth situation. The action of the game is a reflection of the maturity of the body function development, that is, when the baby's movement function reaches a certain degree of maturity. With the use of some new features, there is a new game to match.

    Onlooker play:
    Most of the time I watched other children's games on the side, but they didn't join. Sometimes they face the children who are playing, or ask questions, make suggestions, or criticize, but they don’t take the initiative to ask for participation.

  • #3

    pun hio ieng (Wednesday, 20 March 2019 09:34)

    Sorry for the wrong comment #1.

    Parallel play:
    Young children play in the same place with each other, but they don't play with other children, but they play games independently of each other.

    Cooperative play:
    In the process of playing games, young children will cooperate with friends to achieve common goals. Four-and-a-half-year-old children often participate in cooperative games.