The Language of Child’s Emotions
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The article shows the problem of the importance of emotions as one of the soft competencies. The author bases her reflectionson the thesis that an individual understanding of the emotions experienced by oneself and others may influencethe internal (spiritual) integration of a person as well as the sense of acceptance and belonging to the community. Child’s emotions, due to their primarily pre-interpre-tation of reality, also affect other developmental processes such as perception, memory and attention.The author of the article focuses on the importance of the emotional competence of the child expres-sed in a verbal way. She notes that skilfully used rich dictionary of concepts related to emotions can influencethe subsequent proper functioning in community. Also, citing research, the author states that early emotional education influencesthe development of qualities such as sensitivity, ability to empathize and openness to another person. The combination of language education with emotional, moral and social education becomes the starting point for axiolinguistic education.
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