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Ljudsko izročilo in predopismenjevanje pri predšolskih otrocih : magistrsko delo
Križaj, Anja (Author), Saksida, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Namen magistrskega dela je bil ugotoviti, ali lahko ljudsko izročilo, ki ga pogosto vpletamo v predšolsko vzgojo, pomaga pri odkrivanju in razvijanju predopismenjevalnih zmožnosti; zanimalo nas je, kako te zmožnosti najbolje razvijati (ples, branje pravljic …), katera nova znanja bodo otroci pridobili in kakšen bo njihov napredek po dvomesečnem intenzivnem delu z ljudskim izročilom. Ker so v skupinah otroci obeh spolov, nas je zanimalo tudi, ali pride do razlik v napredku med spoloma in med različno starimi otroki. Da bi prišli do ugotovitev, smo med seboj primerjali dobljene rezultate o predopismenjevalnih zmožnostih pred in po dvomesečnem intenzivnem vključevanju ljudskega izročila v vsakdan v vrtcu. Rezultate smo dobili s preizkusom (testom), ki so ga reševali predšolski otroci v vrtcu Sončni žarek v Stari Loki. Dobljeni rezultati so pokazali, da se po dvomesečnem intenzivnem vključevanju ljudskega izročila v vsakdan napredek opazi skoraj pri vseh predopismenjevalnih zmožnostih. Ugotovili smo, da so deklice naredile večji napredek kot dečki, presenetili pa so nas rezultati otrok različne starosti. Poleg pričakovanega napredka pri štiri-, pet- in šestletnikih, so nas negativno presenetili rezultati sedemletnikov, ki napredka niso pokazali, in pozitivno presenetili triletniki, ki so naredili velik napredek pri vseh predopismenjevalnih zmožnostih. Rezultati so pokazali tudi to, da so otroci nadgradili svoje znanje o ljudskem izročilu.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:predopismenjevalne zmožnosti, predopismenjevanje, ljudski plesi, ljudske igre, ljudsko izročilo
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2018
Publisher:[A. Križaj]
Number of pages:89 str.
UDC:373.2:398.1(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:12114761 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Folk tradition and pre-literacy of pre-school children
Abstract:
The goal of the present MA thesis is to establish whether folk tradition, an important segment of preschool education, can in fact help us find out and develop children’s preliteracy skills. The author was also interested to find out by means of which method (dancing, storytelling …) folk tradition was most effective in discovering and developing preliteracy skills, which new skills and knowledge children would acquire through such approach, and what would the level of the children’s progress be after intense two-month work involving folk tradition. Since the groups chosen consisted of children of both genders, the author was naturally also interested to see whether there was any substantial difference in the progress of these children based on their gender and different age. To come to conclusions, the author compared the results on preliteracy skills before and after intense two-month inclusion of folk tradition in every day kindergarten activities. The results were obtained by means of a test that preschool children attending kindergarten Sončni žarek in Stara Loka were asked to take. The results obtained showed that after two months of intense inclusion of folk tradition in children’s everyday activities, the progress was detected in almost every preliteracy skill. It was also proved that there was a difference in progress between girls and boys, girls made more progress than boys. We were surprised by the results of different ages. In addition to the expected progress in four, five and six year old children, the results of seven years olds were negatively surprised, because they had not shown the progress. The three years old children had positively surprised us, because they have made a great progress in all preliteracy skills. The results also have showed that the children learned many new things about folk tradition.

Keywords:pre-school child, literacy, predšolski otrok, pismenost

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