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Vpliv večkratnega branja slikanice brez besedila na pripovedovanje zgodbe : magistrsko delo
Eržen, Ana (Author), Saksida, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Magistrska naloga v teoretičnem delu opisuje vpliv slikanice na razvoj govora, predstavljene so različne definicije govora, dejavniki, ki vplivajo na razvoj govora, in različne teorije o razvoju govora. Opisane so stopnje govorno-jezikovnega razvoja otrok in značilnosti pripovedovanja zgodbe otrok na posamezni stopnji. Slikanice, ki so ene prvih del, s katerimi se otroci srečajo, morajo biti kakovostne. Če avtor želi doseči, da bo slikanica kakovostna, mora pri pisanju upoštevati in vanj vključiti elemente, ki pogojujejo kakovost. V slikanici lahko besedilo in ilustracije tvorijo različne zgodbe: lahko se dopolnjujejo ali so si enake. V slikanici brez besedila pa bralec sam ustvarja besedilo; to besedilo je lahko z vsakim branjem drugačno. Način tvorjenja zgodbe je odvisen od otrokovega besednega zaklada, izkušenj z branjem in obsegom del, ki jih je že prebral. Branje se razvija postopoma, zato so oblikovana obdobja bralnega razvoja, vsako pa ima svoje značilnosti. Otrokovo oblikovanje zgodbe je tako odvisno predvsem od obdobja njegovega bralnega razvoja. Raziskovalni del naloge zajema tri slikanice brez besedila, s katerimi sem skušala ugotoviti, kako večkratno branje vpliva na način pripovedovanja zgodbe, najprej samo pri eni slikanici, na koncu pa sem upoštevala vse slikanice skupaj. Ker slikanica brez besedila od otroka zahteva, da popolnoma sam oblikuje zgodbo ob danih ilustracijah, mora otrok ilustracije gledati z razumevanjem, jih med seboj povezovati in v zgodbo vključevati podrobnosti. Rezultati raziskave kažejo, da večkratno branje ene slikanice precej izboljša način oblikovanja in tvorjenja zgodbe; če gledamo vse tri slikanice skupaj, pa večkratno branje slikanice ni bistveno vplivalo na pripoved zgodbe.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slikanice brez besedila, pripovedovanje zgodbe, razvoj govora
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2016
Publisher:[A. Eržen]
Number of pages:72 str.
UDC:808.543:087.5(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:11399497 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Multiple reading of silent book and its impact on storytelling
Abstract:
My Master's thesis theoretical framework illustrates the influence of picture books on the speech development. It gives different speech definitions, factors affecting child speech development and various theories on speech development. A short description of child speech and language development stages and characteristics of child storytelling at different stages has been given. Picture books, that are one of the first works that children get to know, have to be of good quality. Aiming a good quality picture book, the author has to consider and include quality-based elements. In a picture book, the text and illustrations can make up different plots, that can be either complementary, or the same. In wordless picture books the reader himself creates the text, therefore the text can vary from reading to reading. The way of plot building depends on child's vocabulary, reading experience and his book list. Reading develops in stages, hence stages of reading development have been formed, each having its typical features. Thus child's plot forming ability depends mainly on the stage of his reading development stage. The research part of my thesis includes three wordless picture books. Herewith I wanted to find out how repetitive reading influences the way of storytelling; at first in one picture book only and in the end considering all three picture books together. Since a wordless picture book requires of the child that he unaidedly makes up a story with the given illustrations, he has to look at the illustrations with understanding, interconnect them and include the details into the story. Research results show that, recurrent reading of one and the same picture book significantly improves the way of forming and telling the story. Nevertheless, considering all three books together, recurrent reading of a picture book did not essentially influence the storytelling

Keywords:picture book, illustration, reading, slikanica, ilustracija, branje

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