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Družabna igra in govorne zmožnosti prvošolcev
Mesojedec, Maja (Author), Saksida, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Razvijanje besedišča je proces, ki poteka vse naše življenje, obdobje šolanja je le ena od intenzivnih faz. Različne raziskave potrjujejo pomembnost razvijanja besedišča otrok prvošolcev, saj to določa kasnejšo stopnjo bralnega razumevanja. V magistrskem delu nas je zanimalo, ali lahko s pomočjo namiznih družabnih iger pri pouku slovenskega jezika vplivamo na izboljšanje besedišča in s tem razvijamo sporazumevalno zmožnost prvošolcev. V uvodnem delu so navedena teoretična izhodišča, osvetljena s pomočjo pregledov različnih domačih in tujih raziskav, ki zaokrožujejo sedem poglavij, povezanih s sporazumevanjem, z besediščem, družabno igro, poslušanjem, govorjenjem in motivacijo, sledi raziskava, ki je bila izvedena v štirih prvih razredih, na dveh mestnih osnovnih šolah. Na vzorcu 62 učencev, od tega 31 dečkov in 31 deklic, starih od 6 do 8 let, je bil izveden začetni in končni preizkus obsega besedišča. Uporabili smo deskriptivno in kavzalno eksperimentalno metodo raziskovanja. Pridobljeni podatki so kvantitativne in kvalitativne narave; pri obdelavi podatkov smo uporabili univariantno, bivariantno in multivariantno statistično metodo. Ugotovitve na testiranem vzorcu so pokazale, da igranje družabnih iger pozitivno vpliva na obseg besedišča tako pri dečkih kot pri deklicah. Povečan obseg besedišča se kaže pri vseh učencih ne glede na dolžino predhodnega vključevanja otrok v program predšolske vzgoje in ne glede na pogostost igranja družabnih iger v domačem okolju pred samo raziskavo. Raziskava potrjuje pomen družabnih iger kot motivacijskih sredstev pri učenju in širjenju besedišča.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:prvi razred osnovne šole
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2017
COBISS.SI-ID:11640137 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Social game and speaking skills of the first grade students of primary school
Abstract:
Vocabulary learning is a lifelong process and the period of schooling is one of its intensive phases. Various studies confirm the importance of developing the vocabulary of first grade students of primary school, since their vocabulary determines the subsequent level of their reading skills. This master thesis examines whether using social table games during the Slovene language lessons can have effect on vocabulary learning and thus on the development of first graders’ speaking skills. The introductory part sets out the theoretical backgrounds which are explained by an overview of various national and foreign researches and organised into seven chapters related to communication skills, vocabulary, social games, listening, speaking and motivation. This is followed by a survey which was conducted in four first grades in two primary schools in the town. The initial and final tests of vocabulary size were performed on a sample of 62 pupils of which 31 boys and 31 girls aged between 6 and 8 years. We used descriptive and causal experimental research methods. The data obtained are quantitative and qualitative. The findings of the surveyed sample showed that playing social games had positive effects on the vocabulary size of boys as well as of girls. All pupils have improved their vocabulary range regardless of their period of attending preschool institutions and of frequency of playing social games at home prior to the survey. The survey confirms the importance of social games as motivation in learning and expanding vocabulary.

Keywords:first grade of primary school

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