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Družinsko branje : primer učencev prve triade
Žefran, Julia (Author), Vilar, Polona (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Zabukovec, Vlasta (Co-mentor)

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Branje je prvi korak, ki ga kot otroci naredimo v svet znanja, literature, besed. Daje nam vez s svetom, možnost komuniciranja, obiskovanja tako kulturnih kot izobraževalnih in športnih dejavnosti, ki se odvijajo v vsakdanjem življenju. Branje odraslih otroku, ki nima razvitih bralnih veščin, je prvi korak, da otrok spozna besede in dobi motivacijo za branja. V empiričnem delu magistrskega dela sem s pomočjo dveh vprašalnikov in dnevnika branja ugotavljala, kako pogosto v družinah poteka družinsko branje, kakšna je motivacija za družinsko branje in kdo spodbuja k družinskem branju. Preučevala sem tudi morebitne ovire, ki vplivajo na pogostost branja v družinah. V raziskavi so sodelovali učenci in družine prve triade izbrane osnovne šole na Dolenjskem. Rezultati so pokazali, da se družine, ki so sodelovale v raziskavi, zavedajo pomembnosti družinskega branja, vendar pa zaradi premalo časa, službenih obveznosti in številnih obšolskih dejavnosti velikokrat ne najdejo časa za družinsko branje. Tudi obisk knjižnic in samostojno branje staršev je redko, kar bi lahko vplivalo na izvajanje družinskega branja. Sodelujoče družine so branje izvajale od tri do štiri dni na teden po pol ure in to večinoma ob večernih urah.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:branje, osnovnošolci, bralna pismenost, starši, osnovna šola, družine, motivacija za branje, bralna obdobja, bolonjske magistrske naloge
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2017
Publisher:[J. Žefran]
Number of pages:69 f.
UDC:028.5-053.5(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:63767650 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
Reading is the first step we in our childhood take towards the world of knowledge, literature, words. It helps us to connect with the world, provides a way to communicate and a possibility to attend cultural as well as educational and sports activities which take place in everyday life. The first step to developing a child%s reading abilities is to read aloud to them. The child will become familiar with the words and get motivated for reading. In the empirical part of my master thesis I was gathering information on the frequency of family reading, motivation for family reading and information on who provides the encouragement for family reading using two questionnaires and a reading diary. In addition, I studied possible obstacles which affect the frequency of family reading. Subjects of my study were students of the first triad in a chosen primary school (located in the Dolenjska region) and their families. The results of the study showed that the families which partook in the research are aware of the importance of family reading. However, due to lack of time, work responsibilities, and numerous extracurricular activities the children attend, they often struggle to find the time for family reading. Furthermore, library visits and independent reading of parents are scarce, which could have an impact on family reading. The collaborating families read three or four times per week for a time period of half an hour, mainly in the evenings.


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