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Katarina Kodba, 2016, master's thesis

Abstract: A textbook is one of the most important learning tools by which the learner encounters upon entering the school. It is bound to the curriculum and syllabus. Pupils use it as a guide during the learning process in the classes and also for their independent work outside the classrooms. Nowadays, we are encouraged to use modern ICT, which is omnipresent in schools as a result of a quick pace of life and technological progress. Despite the increasing usage of modern ICT in the educational process, a textbook still remains one of the main teaching tools for educational work. With its long tradition in history it remains in step with the times. It helps pupils not only to acquire the necessary skills, but also to develop mental skills, and critical and creative thinking. The theoretical part of the master’s thesis explains the concept of teaching and its purpose as well as the functions and activities of the lessons. Moreover, it describes the factors of the educational process, lists its types and explains who the subjects of the educational process are. The thesis also deals with the structural components of teaching: aims, contents, teaching environment, time and means. The research focuses on the textbook as one of the most important methodical-didactic materials and on the external and internal structure of selected textbooks. In addition, the empirical part of the thesis presents a detailed analysis of pre-prepared criteria.
Keywords: textbook, syllabus, curriculum, internal structure, external structure
Published in DKUM: 25.03.2016; Views: 974; Downloads: 85
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Preparing materials for ESP teaching
Polona Vičič, 2010, published professional conference contribution

Keywords: English for Specific Purposes (ESP), general business textbook, subject specific materials, tailor-made materials
Published in DKUM: 05.06.2012; Views: 1490; Downloads: 39
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Engineering education: environmental and chemical engineering or technology curricula - a European perspective
Peter Glavič, Rebeka Kovačič Lukman, Rodrigo Lozano, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: Over recent years, universities have been incorporating sustainable development (SD) into their systems, including their curricula. This article analyses the incorporation of SD into the curricula of chemical and environmental engineering or technology bachelor degrees at universities in the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states. Available textbooks of some courses were analysed regarding their content and pedagogical-didactical perspectives based on a revised Bloom's taxonomy of cognitive domains. The research showed that both the universities and textbooks reviewed have room for improvement regarding SD incorporation into their curricula.
Keywords: curricula, environmental, chemical angineering, sustainable development, textbook evaluation
Published in DKUM: 31.05.2012; Views: 1775; Downloads: 103
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