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Title:Pomen in vpliv čustev pri poučevanju književnosti v osnovni šoli
Authors:Brankovič, Lara (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FH - Faculty of Humanities
Abstract:Magistrsko delo obravnava pomen in vpliv čustev pri poučevanju književnosti v osnovni šoli. Osrednji cilji učnega načrta slovenščine v osnovni šoli (Poznanovič Jezeršek, 2011) so razumevanje, doživljanje in vrednotenje, povsem pa je pozabljen čustveni vidik branja in poslušanja besedila. V teoretičnem delu magistrskega dela najprej predstavimo čustva, vlogo čustev pri branju in pomen bralne motivacije, v nadaljevanju se posvetimo čustvom pri pouku književnosti v osnovni šoli – pomen in vpliv na učitelje in učence, osvetlimo pomembne točke učnega načrta slovenščine za osnovne šole, predstavimo potrebne kompetence učitelja in tri različne metode dela pri poučevanju književnosti. V empiričnem delu magistrskega dela predstavimo rezultate empiričnega preizkusa, in sicer rezultate intervjujev z učiteljicami, rezultate anketnih vprašalnikov ter preverjanj znanja, ki so jih oddali učenci po izvedbi vseh treh šolskih ur književnosti, kjer smo pri vsaki šolski uri uporabili različno metodo dela – šolsko interpretacijo, bralnomotivacijsko strategijo in glasno interpretativno branje. Magistrsko nalogo sklepa ugotovitev, da učiteljice s svojim čustvovanjem, osebnostjo, branjem in odzivi na prebrano pomembno vplivajo na čustveno aktivnost učencev ter da so učenci najbolj čustveno aktivni pri glasnem interpretativnem branju in poslušanju.
Keywords:didaktika, književnost, osnovna šola, čustva, šolska interpretacija, bralnomotivacijska strategija, glasno interpretativno branje
Year of publishing:2019
Source:Nova Gorica
COBISS_ID:5456123 Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:SI:UNG:REP:1BFTHKHC
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Language:English
Title:The importance and impact of emotions in teaching literature in primary school
Abstract:In my master's thesis I have explored the significance and the impact of emotion in relation to teaching literature in a primary school. The main objective of the Slovene curriculum in primary school is (Poznanovič Jezeršek, 2011) understanding, experience and evaluation, while the emotional component of reading and listening has been forgotten. The theoretical part of my master's thesis consists of four sections. I have primarily focused on emotion, the role of emotion in relation to reading, and the importance of reading motivation. Secondly, I explored the component of emotion in literature classes in primary school and how it affects teachers and students. Furthermore, I have identified the main components of the Slovene curriculum in primary schools. Lastly, I wrote about the vital competencies of a teacher and three different methods for teaching literature. The empirical part of my master's thesis analyses the results of various empirical tests that have been conducted. The results consist of interviews with primary school teachers and surveys and examinations answered by students after each class, using a different teaching method (i. e. school interpretatiton, reading-motivated strategy and loud interpretative reading). The findings show that teachers have an impact with their expressions of sentiments, personality and reading style and that students are most likely to be emotionally active when loud interpretative reading method is used.
Keywords:didactics, literature, primary school, emotions, school interpretation, reading-motivated strategy, loud interpretative reading


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