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The learning and temperament of the child

We do not choose the child's temperament - he is born with him and practically does not undergo any changes in the process of upbringing. The only thing we can do is to "shape" it - to surround our child with a unique personality. In accordance with the temperament of the baby and for successful interaction with him, the parents will have to choose (for themselves) a certain model of behavior.

Temperament is the result of higher nervous activity, which is characterized by a certain ratio of two main processes: excitation and inhibition, is the predominant way of the body's response to external stimuli and the most important structural component of the personality. In the process of education, each type of temperament requires an individual approach. This also applies to studies. Knowing temperament helps you pick material from and help your child. Knowing this you can learn effectively with your child.

There are four main types of temperament: sanguine, melancholic, choleric and phlegmatic. Each of them is associated with certain features that characterize the human nervous system, and has a specific way of reacting only for itself.

Sanguine people are a strong, balanced and mobile type of temperament.

A sanguine person has good resistance to fatigue and resistance to difficulties, learns easily, is productive in his activities and quickly adapts to the environment, speaks quickly, often fluently, loudly. A child who has such a "toolkit" in his arsenal will certainly be cheerful, sociable, companionable - his emotions are always manifested in behavior, he easily forgets the unpleasant moments he has experienced (does not "get stuck" on them). This type of temperament in the upbringing process is not difficult. However, in the event of difficulties, a sanguine person may deviate from previously adopted principles (rules), may show inconstancy and variability of feelings and interests. Raising a child with this type of temperament primarily consists in strengthening the will, perseverance. Strengthening will is important in a child's learning. With the help of you can do it the best way. This temperament can be matched with an approach to learning.

Melancholic people are a weak, unbalanced, inert type of temperament. For this type of character, it is important to strengthen and reassure. And this will help a quality resource that is designed for these children. This will help him to develop the strongest qualities and that is washing.

The melancholic has low resistance to fatigue and difficult life situations, as well as low mobility. Such a child easily acquires complexes, which makes him passive and apathetic. He attaches great importance to everything that concerns him in one way or another, and sees difficulties and cause for fear everywhere. Making a decision for him is worth a huge effort - even if it is the smallest and most insignificant decision. And if he nevertheless decided, then he spends so much energy on this process that he often no longer has the strength to act. The melancholic is difficult to adapt to the environment, distrustful, full of fears, doubts, avoids communication (like a loner, a hermit). He is impressionable and vulnerable. Raising such a child is difficult. Requires from parents and educators great indulgence, delicacy and gentleness in communication, as well as creating an atmosphere of trust. A child with this type of temperament needs to be supported, stimulated, encouraged and motivated to act, help in making decisions (but not to decide for him!). By nature, a melancholic is shy, avoids society, he needs help in overcoming this situation - help to find a suitable social circle (one where he will not be humiliated). When raising a melancholic, you should pay special attention to its merits and advantages and focus on even the smallest successes. where he will not be humiliated). When raising a melancholic, you should pay special attention to its merits and advantages and focus on even the smallest successes. where he will not be humiliated). When raising a melancholic, you should pay special attention to his merits and advantages and focus on even the smallest successes.

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