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DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING ON ELEMENTARY CLASS PUPILS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR PREPARING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP

Akramova Gulbahor Renatovna, Akramova Surayyo Renatovna.

Abstract
In this article the process, technology, methodology of preparing primary school students for social
relations based on the development of critical thinking are described. The perspectives of researchers from near
and foreign countries on the development of critical thinking and students’ critical thinking have been studied
and analyzed. The authors give developing critical thinking of elementary class pupils and interactive methods,
which give effective results on preparing them to social relationships and possibilities of using interactive
methods. The research methodology is one of the most important parts of the research, it is the general map of
the research being conducted, the research path and the mapping lines leading to the location (result). A
technology that develops critical thinking in primary school students and prepares them for social relationships
has been developed and experimented with, and its results have been presented.

Key words: Critical thinking, Social relationship, elementary class pupil, education process, interactive methods, Problem situation.


 
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Akramova Gulbahor Renatovna, Akramova Surayyo Renatovna. DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING ON ELEMENTARY CLASS PUPILS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR PREPARING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP. JCR. 2020; 7(17): 438-448. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.61


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Akramova Gulbahor Renatovna, Akramova Surayyo Renatovna (2020) DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING ON ELEMENTARY CLASS PUPILS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR PREPARING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (17), 438-448. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.61