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Moč gledališke igre
Krek, Tonja (Author), Majaron, Edvard (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Korošec, Helena (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu me je najbolj zanimalo, kako v razredu prvošolcev skozi načrtno motivacijo nastaja nova zgodba, kako načrtna gledališka igra vpliva na igro učencev v njihovem prostem času, na disciplinsko problematiko in tudi to, kako se posledično spreminja razredna socialna klima. Lutke in preproste gledališke delavnice so pripomogle k samoizražanju in medsebojni komunikaciji učencev pri aktivnostih in igri. V teoretičnem delu najprej raziskujem disciplinsko problematiko in sodobne pristope k reševanju le-te. Prav tako poglobljeno predstavim pomembnost otroške igre, prednosti gledališke in simbolne igre ter kreativnosti za otrokov razvoj. V empiričnem delu predstavim socialno klimo razreda v katerem je potekala raziskava, postopne korake v gledališkem ustvarjanju in končne rezultate. Preko načrtnega ukvarjanja z gledališko umetnostjo so učenci napredovali na področju razvoja domišljije, pozitivne samopodobe, mnogim učencem se je okrepila samozavest, napredovali so na področju socialnih veščin, govornega razvoja, učenci so se začeli med seboj kreativno povezovati (začeli so se družiti na ustreznem nivoju (razvijali so se medsebojni odnosi, začeli so se pogovarjati, načrtovati, se igrati), izboljšali so se medosebni odnosi in pojavila se je spontana igra. Na koncu šolskega leta se je v razredu čutila prijetna sproščena razredna dinamika.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:agresivno vedenje
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2016
COBISS.SI-ID:11109961 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:The power of drama
Abstract:
This thesis focuses on how systematic motivation in the first grade of primary school can generate a new story and how drama, intentionally introduced into classrooms, can affect children’s game in their free time. It also deals with disciplinary issues and studies how drama can gradually change the classroom social climate. Puppets and simple theatre workshops have helped pupils with self-expression and interpersonal communication in their activities and play. The theoretical part of this study investigates disciplinary issues and modern approaches to solving them. It also presents the importance of children's games, the advantages of drama, symbolic play as well as creativity for the child’s development. The empirical part of this study shows classroom climate, progressive steps in a theatrical creation and final results. Through intentional study of drama pupils made progress in the development of imagination and positive self-image. Many pupils were more self-confident, and showed progress in social skill and language development. There was more creative integration and better interpersonal relations. The children also played more spontaneously. The changes in classroom dynamics were noticeable at the end of the school year.

Keywords:aggressive behaviour

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