Models of Role-Structure in Project-Based Games for Children in Kindergarten About 5-6 Years Old

Yingying Wang, Li Zhao


In this paper we report on the use of project-based learning in teaching the children about 5-6 years old. We call it “Project-based game”. It’s a way of proceeding through the organization of mutual collaboration of children to solve the real problems of games, from which can excise children on transferring knowledge and problem-solving ability. Children work as a team. Each team member has the different role and task. So how to integrate resources to play a team advantage, and how to tap the maximum potential of each team member are particularly important. This study was trying to build a role of structural models for children to explain the relationship between the different roles in the project learning and reference for researchers. This study accomplished the following works:

we interviewed normal teachers and children which from different classes, aware of the problems of grouping when teachers carry out the project game. Then we tracked and observed a number of project cases in kindergarten, designed the questions and tasks and collected a wealth of experimental data. Through the collation and analysis, we finally obtained significant achievement in this study “The role of structure model in project-based games for the children in kindergarten about 5-6 years old”.

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