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Title:UPORABA RAZLIČNIH SOCIALNIH ZVRSTI JEZIKA PRI UČENCIH V TRETJEM TRILETJU OSNOVNE ŠOLE
Authors:Ferk, Helena (Author)
Zemljak Jontes, Melita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pulko, Simona (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Uporaba različnih socialnih zvrsti jezika pri učencih v tretjem triletju osnovne šole se v prvem delu posvečam teoretičnim izhodiščem. Opredelila sem naloge in cilje pouka slovenskega jezika, didaktična načela s poudarkom na načelu naslonitve knjižnega jezika na vsakdanji govor učencev. Pregledala sem zastopanost nalog v učbeniških kompletih za prvo, drugo in tretje triletje osnovne šole glede na zastavljene cilje v učnem načrtu. V nadaljevanju sem opredelila termina knjižni in neknjižni jezik, njuni delitvi na zborni in knjižni pogovorni jezik, na pokrajinski pogovorni jezik in narečja ter interesne govorice. V empiričnem delu sem s pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika ugotavljala, katero zvrst jezika (knjižno, pogovorno, narečno oziroma sleng) uporabljajo učenci tretjega triletja osnovne šole glede na različne okoliščine (pogovor s starši, s sokrajani, z vrstniki iz kraja, s sošolci, z učitelji pri pouku slovenščine oziroma pri urah drugih predmetov ter z drugimi delavci šole, kot so tajnice, hišnik, kuharice). Glede na to, da je narečje pristni materni jezik, s katerim se otrok seznani najprej, me je zanimal tudi učenčev odnos do narečja.
Keywords:Ključne besede: načelo naslonitve knjižnega jezika na vsakdanji govor učencev, zborni jezik, splošni- ali knjižnopogovorni jezik, pokrajinski pogovorni jezik, narečja, interesne govorice, govorni položaj.
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[H. Ferk]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.163.6'28(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17769736 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TP1XC7IF
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Language:English
Title:EUROPEAN EXISTENCIALISM AND EDVARD KOCBEK
Abstract:In the first part of the dissertation titled »The use of different social language varieties by pupils in the third three-year period of primary school« the main focus is given to theoretical bases. The responsibilities and goals of teaching Slovene, and didactic principles with emphasis on introducing standard literary language into pupils’ spoken language were defined. The presence of assignments in student book sets for the first, second and third three-year period of primary school was examined with regard to the goals set in the curriculum. The terms standard and colloquial language and their division into written and spoken standard language, regional spoken language, dialects and language of interest groups were defined. In the empirical part a questionnaire was used to try to establish which type of language (standard, spoken, dialect or slang) is used by pupils from the third three-year period of primary school in different circumstances (when talking to their parents, fellow townsmen, their peers from the same town, school friends, Slovene teachers or teachers of other subjects and other school workers, such as secretaries, school caretaker, cooks). Since dialect is an authentic mother tongue to which the child is first exposed to, we also explored pupils’ attitudes towards dialect.
Keywords:Principle of introducing standard literary language into pupils’ spoken language, written standard language, general or standard spoken language, regional spoken language, dialects, language of interest groups, speaking position.


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