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Задания для самостоятельной работы. 1. В группах по три человека обсудите свои впечатления и переживания, ос- ' тавшиеся после общения с консультантами на протяжении вашего обучения 5 в


1. В группах по три человека обсудите свои впечатления и переживания, ос- ' тавшиеся после общения с консультантами на протяжении вашего обучения 5 в начальных, средних и старших классах средней школы. Насколько ваши воспоминания соответствуют описанию функций консультантов, приведенному в этой главе? Что из того, что они делали, было самым лучшим для вас и вашей школы? Как они могли бы улучшить качество предоставляемых услуг?

2. Прочитайте несколько статей, посвященных консультированию в начальной школе, и сравните их со статьями, посвященными работе с подростками. Какие признаки сходства и различия вы можете выделить? Что данная информация говорит о деятельности консультантов в выбранных условиях? Поделитесь своими мыслями с сокурсниками.

3. Вспомните свое пребывание в средних классах. Каковы были ваши самые большие проблемы и как вы с ними справлялись? Обсудите свои воспоминания с другим сокурсником (в той мере, в которой вы сочтете это удобным). Какие действия консультанта, по вашему мнению, могли бы быть полезными для вас в тот период?

4. Какие проблемы, по вашему мнению, являются главными для старшеклассников средней школы сегодня? Запишите пять из них, наиболее важных на ваш взгляд. Обсудите их сначала в группах по три человека, а затем сравните списки, выработанные разными группами. Насколько согласованными являются мнения аудитории? Всей группой обсудите способы решения одной из проблем.




5. Представьте, что вы являетесь консультантом начальной школы. Разработайте план занятия по любой теме, связанной с психологическим руководством. Затем расскажите сокурсникам, как вы будете осуществлять свой план. Как вы обосновываете свой выбор темы? Какую пользу могли бы получить дети в результате осуществления вашего плана?

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