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SPLETNA STRAN ZA OBRAVNAVO IZBRANIH BESEDIL KOT PRIPOMOČEK ZA UČENJE IN POUČEVANJE SLOVENSKE KNJIŽEVNOSTI 1/2 20. STOLETJA V 9. R OŠ
Špela Mosbruker, 2015, master's thesis

Abstract: Magistrsko delo Spletna stran za obravnavo izbranih besedil kot pripomoček za učenje in poučevanje slovenske književnosti prve polovice 20. stoletja v devetem razredu osnovne šole zajema spletno stran kot učni pripomoček oz. e-gradivo, ki je primarno namenjeno učencem devetega razreda in njihovim učiteljem književnosti. Namen magistrskega dela je izdelava spletne strani, predstavitev in preizkus le-te v praksi ter analiza njene uporabnosti. Prvi del magistrskega dela je sestavljen iz teoretične podlage, potrebne za izdelavo gradiva za pouk književnosti. Drugi del zajema izdelavo učnega pripomočka. E-gradivo temelji na zgodovinskem pregledu in zajema obravnavo besedil, predstavitev avtorja, zanimivosti ter ideje za medpredmetne povezave. Prav tako je v drugi del vključen tudi praktični preizkus spletne strani in analiza le-tega, ki je pokazala, da je spletna stran primeren in uporaben pripomoček za poučevanje in učenje književnosti v devetem razredu osnovne šole.
Keywords: Spletna stran, e-gradivo, pripomoček za poučevanje in učenje književnosti, didaktika književnosti
Published: 25.03.2016; Views: 1159; Downloads: 98
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Intertextuality, Adaptation and Appropriation in Michael Cunnigham’s Novel The Hours
Špela Mosbruker, 2016, master's thesis

Abstract: The graduation thesis presents Michael Cunningham's The Hours. The novel is a Postmodernist work, based on Virginia Woolf's modernist novel Mrs Dalloway. The thesis explores the intertextual relations between the two works and discovers features of adaptation and appropriation. The intertextual analysis is based on several original intertexts: Mrs Dalloway, Woolf’s letters and her life itself. The characteristics of The Hours as an intertextual work, as adaptation and appropriation are supported with examples from the text and with theories by Gerard Genette, Julie Sanders and Linda Hutcheon. Intertextuality is divided into quotation, allusion and paratextuality in the thesis; adaptation is illustrated with specific examples, and appropriation is discussed within the frames of a riff and other imitation features of The Hours. The thesis deals with several elements of The Hours, such as motifs, themes, names of the characters, imitation of Woolf’s style and settings which are presented as intertextual examples or/and as characteristics of adaptation and appropriation. In accordance with Postmodernist principles, the importance of the reader is stressed in order for him/her to perceive the intertextual, adaptive and appropriated features of the novel. The Hours can be perceived as intertextual work or as adaptation and/or appropriation.
Keywords: The Hours, Mrs Dalloway, intertextuality, adaptation, appropriation, postmodernism, modernism.
Published: 25.03.2016; Views: 1103; Downloads: 112
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