Modern Professional Orientation Work and Features of Its Introduction in Modern School Education
AbstractThis article is devoted to the problem of the formation of readiness of the junior pupils to the realized choice of the future trade such as “the man–engineering”. The method of the technique professional orientation of the junior pupils was modified with the help of the usage of the modular approach (motivated, information, diagnostic, projective). According to the result of the factor analysis, the most sensitive indicator of the preliminary professional choice is determined by “the realization”. The interpretation of the result received in the course of experimental research allows us to compare the pedagogical condition of the professional orientation and its efficiency.Key words: “Readiness of the junior”, “professional orientation”, “parameters of an estimation of efficiency of professional orientation”, “adequacy of a choice technique of a trade”, “referent of the factor of a choice technique of a trade”
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