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Title:PRIMERJAVA WALDORFSKE OŠ IN JAVNE OŠ PRI SLOVENŠČINI V PRVEM TRILETJU
Authors:Domajnko, Barbara (Author)
Ropič, Marija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Waldorfska osnovna šola v prvem triletju otrokom pri pouku slovenščine nudi počasnejši ritem, kar sem preučila s primerjavo minimalnih standardov znanja z vidika ciljev ter števila ciljev, saj je teh manj kakor pa v učnem načrtu javne osnovne šole. Učenci v waldorfski osnovni šoli uporabljajo manj učnih sredstev, v prvem triletju waldorfske šole namreč ni učbenikov, delovnih zvezkov ali delovnih listov. Tudi učitelji ne uporabljajo priročnikov, učbenikov ali delovnih listov. Pri samem pouku v waldorfski šoli se ne uporablja računalnika, televizije ali kakršnega koli drugega multimedijskega pripomočka. Učenci v waldorfski šoli v prvem in drugem razredu za pisanje uporabljajo voščenke, medtem ko v javni osnovni šoli uporabljajo že barvice, svinčnike in nalivna peresa. Učenci v waldorfski osnovni šoli dobijo berilo šele takrat, ko so pripravljeni za branje. Tudi obravnava črk poteka v waldorfski osnovni šoli nekoliko drugače od obravnave črk v javni osnovni šoli. Učenci waldorfske šole začnejo črke obravnavati že v prvem razredu po monografskem postopku pridobivanja črk ter postopnem zaporedju usvajanju črk, katera prevladujeta tudi v javni šoli, vendar ima učitelj javne devetletne osnovne šole možnost uporabe tudi kompleksnega postopka pridobivanja črk ter možnost hkratnega usvajanja črk.
Keywords:waldorfska osnovna šola, prvo triletje, minimalni standardi znanja, književni pouk, jezikovni pouk, učna sredstva, postopek pridobivanja črk, zaporedje usvajanja črk
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[B. Domajnko]
Source:Maribor
UDC:37(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17541128 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:BXRN38NE
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Language:English
Title:A COMPARISON OF THE SLOVENIAN LANGUAGE CLASS IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER IN THE WALDORF PRIMARY SCHOOL AND THE PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
Abstract:During my comparison of minimal knowledge standards in the light of the goals and the number of goals, I came to the conclusion that the rhythm of the Slovenian language class in the first triad at the Waldorf Primary School is not as hasty as the one of public primary school, whereby I have to point out that there are fewer goals in the Waldorf School as compared to a public school. The students of a Waldorf Primary School use less teaching aids, in the first triad there are no textbooks, no workbooks or working papers. The teachers, too, are using no handbooks, textbooks or working papers. No computers, televisions or other multi-media instruments are being used in a class of a Waldorf Primary School. While the students of the first and second year of a public school are already writing with colouring pencils, pencils and pens, students of a Waldorf Primary School are writing with crayons. Students of a Waldorf Primary School get their reading books when they are ready for reading. Even the learning of letters is a bit different in a Waldorf Primary School than in a public primary school. The students of a Waldorf Primary School start learning letters in their first year and are working on a monographic system of learning words and a gradual learning of letters. The same system is used in public primary schools as well; however, a teacher in a public nine-year primary school can also use a more complex system for teaching letters and simultaneous learning of letters.
Keywords:Waldorf Primary School, first triad, minimal knowledge standards, literary class, language class, teaching aids, learning aids, learning letters, gradual learning of letters


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