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Skrb za bralno motivacijo v slovenskem in finskem šolskem sistemu ter študija primera na OŠ Semič
ID Kočevar, Anamarija (Author), ID Vogrinčič Čepič, Ana (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V teoretičnem delu so na kratko predstavljeni koncepti branja, bralne pismenosti in bralne motivacije. V raziskavah kot sta PISA in PIRLS, v katerih sodeluje tudi Slovenija, so dostopni podatki o dosežkih mladih pri bralni pismenosti. Med izstopajoče evropske države sodi Finska, ki mnogim državam postavlja smernice. V Sloveniji rezultati mednarodnih raziskav kažejo na postopno izboljšanje, vendar obstajata skrb in težnja po nadgradnji. Ker je diplomsko delo osredotočeno na rezultate mednarodnih raziskav v zvezi z bralno pismenostjo in motivacijo v Sloveniji in tujini, sem v empiričnem delu s pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika prikazala stanje motiviranosti na manjšem vzorcu v eni izmed šol v Sloveniji. Bralno društvo Slovenije opozarja, da se delež mladih bralcev zmanjšuje po koncu petega razreda osnovne šole, torej na prehodu iz druge triade v tretjo. Glede na opažanja omenjenega društva sem anketo izvedla v 7. razredu OŠ Semič, saj so me zanimali interesi in navade učencev ter dejavnosti, ki spodbujajo bralno motivacijo. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da interesi variirajo med posameznimi učenci, saj posegajo po različnem bralnem čtivu. Deklice se za branje v prostem času odločajo večkrat kakor fantje. Napredek v spodbujanju bralne motivacije vidim v nudenju več bralnih dejavnosti. Kot zgled OŠ Semič in ostalim osnovnim šolam v Sloveniji lahko služi Finska, ki je za obogatitev pouka objavila spletni priročnik, kjer so naštete in opisane metode za izboljšanje bralnih spretnosti učencev v prihodnosti (npr. izdelava knjižnega napovednika, delavnica z naslovom Besede so pomembne).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:branje, bralna motivacija, bralna pismenost, PIRLS, PISA, šolska sistema, Slovenija, Finska.
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
Publisher:[A. Kočevar]
Number of pages:55 f.
UDC:028:37.015(497.4+480)(043.2)
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Publication date in RUL:26.07.2020
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Language:English
Title:Concern for reading motivation in Slovenian and Finnish school systems and a case study at Semič Elementary School
Abstract:
The theoretical part of this diploma thesis briefly presents the concepts of reading, reading literacy, and reading motivation. Studies such as PISA and PIRLS, in which Slovenia also participates, provide us with data about the achievements of the youth in reading literacy. Among the more prominent European countries is Finland, which sets guidelines for many countries. In Slovenia the results of international research show a gradual improvement, however, there are concerns and aspirations to upgrade. Since the thesis focuses on the results of international research regarding reading literacy and motivation in Slovenia and abroad, in the empirical part I used a questionnaire to show the state of motivation on a small sample in one of the schools in Slovenia. The Reading Society of Slovenia warns that the share of young readers decreases after the end of the fifth grade of primary school, i.e. at the transition from the second triad to the third. Based on the observations of the previously mentioned association, I conducted the survey in the 7th grade of the Semič Primary School, because I was interested in the habits and interests of students as well as activities that promote reading motivation. It was found that the interests vary between individual students, as they all reach for different reading material. Girls choose to read in their free time more often than boys. I see room for progress in encouraging reading motivation by providing more reading activities. A country that can serve as an example for the Semič Primary School and other primary schools in Slovenia, is Finland. To enrich classes it published an online manual, which lists and describes methods for improving students' reading skills in the future (e.g. making a book trailer, a workshop with the name Words Matter).

Keywords:reading, reading motivation, reading literacy, PIRLS, PISA, school systems, Slovenia, Finland.

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