Lekens och artefakters betydelse för barns sociala samspel

Detta är en M1-uppsats från Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för lärande, humaniora och samhälle

Sammanfattning: The purpose of the study is to investigate how children's social interaction with each other is expressed in play at preschool using the physical indoor environment. A research question has been asked to make it possible to inquire into, which reads: How do children use physical artefacts in the indoor environment to create joint play activities? In order to get an answer to the question, a qualitative method is used where observation schedule and field notes stand for the collection of empirical material. A thematic analysis is then used to analyze the collected material and produce a result. The results show that the indoor environment and the artifacts found in it have an impact on how and what kind of play occurs between the children. The conclusion is that children use artifacts in play in a way that becomes understandable to them. The artifacts act as a link between the children and the play actions that take shape. The social interaction is expressed by the children having the opportunity to use artefacts to express their own and others' experiences and feelings in play.

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