Positive Personality In Children

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A child is accepted by his fellows because of what he does rather than what he does not do. In this regard personality traits play a major role. As personality traits are bipolar in nature, strong positive personality traits are more important than negative ones. There are some personality characteristics which seem to be largely associated with the most acceptable individuals and that they can be described as being cheerful and happy, enthusiastic, friendly, enjoying jokes and taking initiative in games and other activities. A child who has a close personal friend is usually accepted by others, But a child who has no such friend, although not rejected, is not sought as a companion. As a result hi$ own choices tend to be unreal…show more content…
The attitude of a teacher in some cases may lead a child to be rejecting or isolating. The pupil whom the teacher regards as being badly behaved tends to be rejected by the rest. It is of course not necessarily true that children who are not accepted at school are isolated in other groups. In helping a child to a good social adjustment it is necessary which personality characteristics would suit best to him. Often a small group of congenial friends may be more satisfying than that of popularity of wider. Man always strives for recognition and status in the society. In this regard, Lands has remarked: "The struggle for recognition and status is a life-long process. Every favorable task of social recognition gives the ego a boost, blasters one in self-confidence, and gives one a greater sense of belonging." II.WHAT IS PHYSICAL EDUCATION? 1. "Physical education the sum of these experiences which come to the individual through movements." D.…show more content…
Classification of outdoor games 1. Class games, group games or mass games : These are ordinary games having simple moditiable rules e.g. ball games, circle games, line games, relay games, tag games etc. 2. Team Games : These are played in the open fields at the national and international level. Their rules are standard and not moditiable. Example of team games are Badminton, base ball, Basket ball, Cricket, Football, Hockey, Kho-kho, Lawn tennis, Teri Kort,Volleyball etc. IV. Personality-Its Nature, Development and Assessment With the character of an individual, there is usually associated another word, the 'personality1 of the individual. Though there is not a very great difference between the character of person and his personality, in this chapter we have dealt with them separately. Drawing a distinction between 'character' and 'personality', Woodworth says : "Character refers mostly to conduct that can be called right or wrong that meets or fails to meet the accepted social standards. Personality refers to behavior which, though not necessarily right or wrong, is pleasing or offensive to other people, favorable or unfavorable to the individual's standing with his fellow." Woodworth further suggests that his distinction is not sharp and he disregards it in his. Own description of
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