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The Development Of Self-Reflection In The Course Of Primary Schoolchildren’s Literary Education

Table 1:

Component Component parameters Indicators and characteristics Diagnostic methods
Cognitive component Experience in the perception and analysis of a work of art Level of reader`s perception Test Questions about spheres of reader`s perception (Marantsman, 1994).
Reflexivity Determining the basis of activity, evaluating one’s own position, ability to predict the next course of action, ability to go back and evaluate the correctness of the chosen plan Questionnaire for diagnosing the level of development of reflexivity, modification by A.V. Karpov`s questionnaire(as cited in Marantsman, 2019b).
Affective component Knowledge of your emotional world Emotional vocabulary My emotional self-portrait
Personal Component Self-Assessment Self introductionLevels of Reflexive Development Overpriced, adequate, understated, unstable; self attitudeSelf-esteem in time perspective, self-esteem Test by M. Kuhn and T. MacPartland, modification by T.V. Rumyantseva (as cited in Barysheva, 2014)Drawing “I am in the past, present, future”, modification G.A. Tsukerman (as cited in Tsukerman & Chudinova, 2016)
Communicative component EmpathyAesthetic empathy The ability to comprehend the emotional and spiritual world of other peopleThe ability to empathy, comprehension, understanding, emotional immersion in the emotional and spiritual world of an artistic image (literary text) Empathy Diagnosis byYusupov (1993) A system of increasingly complex dialogs (with heroes, writers, peers, with oneself) (Marantsman, 1977).
Creative component Motivation of self-development (self-creation) Self-design based on self-study and moral assessment Artistic inversions (Barysheva, 2016)
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