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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: 05.06.2012; Views: 929; Downloads: 29
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Contextualizing contemporary Slovenian lyric poetry within literary history
Darja Pavlič, 2008, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: Slovene literature, lyric poetry, lyric subject, modern lyric poetry
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1150; Downloads: 20
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The subject-to-subject raising rule in Slovene
Marija Golden, 1985, review article

Abstract: The aim of the present article is to present evidence in support of the claim that the rule which promotes the subject NP of the embedded subject clause to the position of the ma­ trix subject (subject raising, SSR) is a viable rule in Slo­vene transformational generative grammar.
Keywords: grammar, Slovene, English, subject
Published: 17.05.2017; Views: 263; Downloads: 37
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Elementary school teachers’ attitudes towards the importance and use of teaching methods in visual arts education
Zlata Tomljenović, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: The quality of the teaching process in visual arts largely depends on a creative and effective combination of both general and subject-specific (visual arts) teaching methods. The aim of this study was to determine in- service teachers' perceptions of the features, specifics, importance and objectives of teaching methods in visual arts education, as well as their perception of the importance of visual arts as a school subject. The research was conducted on a sample of 373 Croatian elementary school teachers. A correlation was determined between the following variables: “teachers' work experience”, “teachers' perception of the importance of visual arts education” and the variable: “use of teaching methods in visual arts classes”. Findings have implications for modernizing and improving school practice; they also suggest further research in this area.
Keywords: learning, teaching, interactive approach, generic teaching methods, subject-specific teaching methods, elementary school teachers, teaching strategies, visual arts
Published: 14.05.2018; Views: 330; Downloads: 157
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