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Slikaniški projekt s Kozlovsko sodbo v Višnji Gori : magistrsko delo
Zupančič, Lea (Author), Saksida, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Otrokova prva knjiga je slikanica, katere značilnost je prepletenost besednih in slikovnih informacij. Ti lastnosti določata njeno kakovost; bolj kot se navezujeta druga na drugo, kakovostnejša je. Strokovnjaki ugotavljajo, da prebiranje slikanic razvija miselne možnosti, sklepanje, povezovanje, branje, poslušanje, govorjenje in nebesedno izražanje. Glavna tema magistrskega dela je raziskati različne ilustracije iste slikanice – Kozlovska sodba v Višnji Gori – in določiti, katera ilustracija je kakovostnejša ter kakšen je odziv učencev na različne ilustracije slikanice. Najbolj me je zanimalo, ali se bodo učenci bolje odzvali na kakovostno ilustracijo. Pri raziskavi je sodelovalo 20 učencev 2. razreda Osnovne šole Ferda Vesela Šentvid pri Stični, in sicer 10 deklic in 10 dečkov, starih od 7 do 8 let. Za raziskovalno metodo sem uporabila intervju, v sklopu katerega so učenci odgovarjali na vprašanja o ilustracijah. Njihove odgovore sem si zapisovala. Odgovore in odzive učencev sem predstavila v tabelah. Izsledki kažejo, da ilustracije Gabrijela Vrhovca izmed vseh obravnavanih ilustracij vsebujejo največ elementov za nekakovostno ilustracijo. Kljub temu pa vse štiri obravnavane slikanice dosegajo merila za kakovostno ilustracijo. Učenci so podajali subjektivna mnenja o ilustracijah; pozorni so bili na malenkosti, ki so bile prikazane. Bolje so se odzvali na ilustracijo, ki je bila manj kakovostna.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:didaktika književnosti, govorni odziv učencev na slikanico, Kozlovska sodba v Višnji Gori
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2018
Publisher:[L. Zupančič]
Number of pages:74 str.
UDC:82-93:373.3(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:12100681 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Picture book project with Kozlovska sodba v Višnji Gori
Abstract:
A child's first book is a picture book that combines verbal and visual information. The quality of a picture book largely depends on how well the visual and the verbal part support each other, the more they do, the better the quality. Experts have proven that reading picture books develops cognitive functions such as judgement, reasoning, reading, listening, speaking and non-verbal communication. The main objective of this dissertation is to research different illustrations of the same picture book – Kozlovska sodba v Višnji Gori, to determine the quality of illustrations and children's respond to different illustrations. My main interest was to see whether children respond better to a quality illustration. The research included 20 children, 10 boys and 10 girls, aged from 7 to 8, from the second year of elementary school Osnovna šola Ferda Vesela Šentvid pri Stični. The prevailing research method was an interview where schoolchildren answered my questions about the illustrations and I noted their answers. Children's answers and responses are presented in tables. The results show that Gabrijel Vrhovec's illustrations contain the most elements of lower-quality illustrations, nevertheless all four illustrations still meet the quality illustration criteria. Schoolchildren expressed their subjective opinion of illustrations, paying specific attention to displayed details. They responded better to an illustration that was of poorer quality.

Keywords:picture book, primary education, slikanica, osnovnošolski pouk

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