A Dialogue between a Tailor and a Customer
A Dialogue between a Tailor and a Customer[The father is about to set up the tape-recorder. He calls aloud Yasser, Anne.) Come over here. Hurry up! They show up in a minute)
Father: You are going “to hear a dialogue on tape now.
Yasser: Father what is it about?
Father: Well see this picture, (There is a picture of a tailor and a customer. Father switches the tape recorder on. They listen with attention).
Tailor: Good morning, Sir, what can I do for you?
Customer: I should like to be measured for a suit.
Tailor: With pleasure, Sir, kindly step this way.
What style and shade would you prefer?
Customer: I want an ordinary suit made of brown tweed. How much the stitching would cost F’
Tailor: I can make you a suit for Rs.2000/- It is quite reasonable, sir.
Customer: That’s right-
Tailor: Can you manage to call in sometime next week for the try?
Customer: Yes, just give me a ring. Here is my card.
Tailor: Very good, sir. Good morning, (father takes out the plug and talks to his kids).
Father: What do you say to that kids?
Yasser: Very interesting, Dad.
Anne: Father l shall hear it again and then we practice. Yasser will act out as the tailor and I Shall be the customer.
depending on the formation of the components of the child’s moral sphere (knowledge of moral norms, moral assessment, moral regulation) and the operational-cognitive structure of thinking, we can say that a lie as a conscious distortion of reality appears in the second half of preschool age. The process of development of self-awareness begins at the earliest stages of ontogenesis and continues throughout life, having its own age specifics at each stage.