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Koncept CLIL - novost ali stalnica pri učiteljih na OŠ v Sloveniji : študija primera
Saša Jazbec, Metka Lovrin, 2015, review article

Abstract: CLIL je aktualen didaktični koncept učenja in poučevanja tujih jezikov. Pristop je večpomenski, znan po različnih imenih (jezikovna kopel, nejezikovni predmet v tujem jeziku, bilingvalni pouk, imerzija) in različnih izvedbenih oblikah. CLIL počasi postaja tudi del slovenskega izobraževalnega sistema; priporočen je v učnih načrtih, z njim se ukvarjajo, ga spoznavajo in proučujejo študenti jezikoslovci, študenti razrednega pouka, predšolske vzgoje in tudi učitelji podobnih profilov. Namen prispevka je v teoretičnem delu predstaviti koncept CLIL in projekte, mejnike v procesu uveljavljanja le-tega. V empiričnem delu so predstavljeni rezultati kvalitativne raziskave, v sklopu katere smo intervjuvali učitelje in učiteljice ter ugotovili, da sta izraz in koncept CLIL v šolskem vsakdanu oz. pri intervjuvanih učiteljicah in učiteljih le delno poznana in razumljena, medtem ko je ideja didaktičnega pristopa zelo favorizirana.
Keywords: tuji jeziki, učne metode, CLIL, osnovne šole, nejezikovne kompetence
Published in DKUM: 21.09.2017; Views: 972; Downloads: 189
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Is Jamie Oliver “Easy Peasy” in Slovene?
Metka Lovrin, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The research aims to identify the idiolectal features in selected cookbooks by Jamie Oliver (The Naked Chef, Happy Days with the Naked Chef and Jamie’s Ministry of Food), and how they were rendered into Slovene by Oliver’s translators. As a theoretical basis, it relies on Koller’s three– stage model for analyzing the original and the translation. The paper also confronts the problems that arise from cultural differences between Slovene and British culture. Lexical items are layered into independent categories in the form of concentric circles to denote quantity, significance and interconnection. Within these layers, I focus on specific analysis of expressions under the influence of word–formation, pop culture, gender specific language, onomatopoeia, phonetic symbolism, deliberate inaccuracy, comparison, informal and colloquial language, and creative instances such as “the icky factor”, “childish intimacy” and “the Peter–Pan–syndrome”. The translator’s subjective point of view was also taken into consideration.
Keywords: Jamie Oliver, Luka Novak, Tadej Zupančič, idiolect, cookbook, comparative analysis, translation
Published in DKUM: 16.05.2017; Views: 976; Downloads: 346
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Deutsch lesen und schreiben lernen in der zweiten und dritten Klasse der Grundschule
Metka Lovrin, 2016, master's thesis

Abstract: Das frühe Fremdsprachenlernen ist in Slowenien ein aktueller Trend, der wegen der aufkommenden Einführung des Fremdsprachenunterrichts als Pflichtfach in der zweiten Klasse aller slowenischen Grundschulen Gegenstand von zahlreichen Diskussionen und Workshops ist. Da die Schüler in dieser Altersgruppe noch immer lernen in der Muttersprache (d. h. auf Slowenisch) zu lesen und zu schreiben, gehören Gespräche über die Förderung von Lese- und Schreibkompetenzen in der Fremdsprache zu den Themenbereichen, denen nun mehr Aufmerksamkeit gewidmet wird. Weil die Problematik aus der Praxis hervorgeht und Lösungen genau dort erwünscht sind, war die Absicht der Magisterarbeit praktische (modulare) Empfehlungen für den Schriftspracherwerb in der Fremdsprache generell (aber mit Betonung auf Deutsch als Fremdsprache) und im Einklang mit dem slowenischen Lehrplan für Fremdsprachen in der zweiten und dritten Klasse zu formen. Die Autorin widmete sich im theoretischen Teil der Schriftspracherwerbsproblematik, und zwar aus dem Gesichtspunkt der Entwicklungspsychologie, der analytisch-synthetischen Methode und des Transfers von Lese- und Schreibkompetenzen aus der Mutter- in die Fremdsprache. Währenddessen formte sie im empirischen Teil vierzehn tabellarisch-narrative Module, die jede zehnte Stunde des Fremdsprachenunterrichts dem Schriftspracherwerb widmeten. Aus der Synthese der einzelnen Unterrichtskonzepte entstanden sechs kurze Empfehlungen, die dem Leser ermöglichen selbstständig geeignete Schriftspracherwerbsstunden in der Fremdsprache zu gestalten.
Keywords: Schriftspracherwerb, lesen und schreiben, frühes Fremdsprachenlernen, Lehrplan für Fremdsprachen in der 2. und 3. Klasse, analytisch-synthetische Methode, Transfer, Interferenz
Published in DKUM: 22.08.2016; Views: 1096; Downloads: 125
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BEHAVIORAL SHIFTS IN THE TRANSLATIONS OF SELECTED PICTURE BOOKS
Metka Lovrin, 2015, master's thesis

Abstract: The purpose of the MA thesis was to explore three English picture books (Sometimes I Like to Curl up in a Ball, The Slurpy Burpy Bear and The Gruffalo) and their Slovene translations (Včasih se rad kotalim kakor žoga, Rigajoči medved and Zverjasec) in regard to inappropriate child behavior which is usually deemed socially unacceptable by adults. Therefore, the aim of my qualitative research was to scrutinize such behavioral occurrences by using comparative and hermeneutic analysis, and to provide inductive reasons with thick description as to why these translation shifts occurred. The empirical part, in which I analyzed relevant sample passages in verbal (and visual) context, has led me to three major categories: “Discrepancy between Childish Authenticity and Social Values”, “Politeness” and “Demonization”. These revealed that corrective changes cannot be applied to Slovene picture book translation in general, but are subject to the individual translator’s child image.
Keywords: Picture book, translation, comparative analysis, inappropriate behavior, child image.
Published in DKUM: 11.08.2016; Views: 1229; Downloads: 123
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Is Jamie Oliver still "easy peasy" in Slovene?
Metka Lovrin, 2011, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: The thesis aims to determine what are the idiolectal features from selected cookbooks by Jamie Oliver (The Naked Chef, Happy Days with the Naked Chef and Jamie’s Ministry of Food), and how they were rendered into Slovene by Oliver’s translators—Novak and Zupančič. As a theoretical basis, it relies on Koller’s three-stage model of analyzing the original and the translation. The thesis also confronts the problems that arise from the cultural differences between Slovene and British culture, which is nowadays fairly unknown in the (American) globalized world. Specific lexical items are layered into independent categories in the form of concentric circles to denote quantity, significance and interconnection. Within these layers, I devoted myself to specific analysis of expressions under the influence of word-formation, pop culture, gender specific language, onomatopoeia, phonetic symbolism, deliberate inaccuracy, comparison, informal and colloquial language, and creative instances such as “the icky factor”, “childish intimacy” and “the Peter-Pan-syndrome”. Furthermore, a translation is always subjected to the translator’s own idiolect; so, the research also takes this factor into consideration.
Keywords: Jamie Oliver, Luka Novak, Tadej Zupančič, idiolect, cookbook, comparative analysis, translation
Published in DKUM: 18.11.2011; Views: 2948; Downloads: 227
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