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Title:BRALNA MOTIVACIJA V OSNOVNI ŠOLI
Authors:Koser, Mojca (Author)
Lipnik, Jože (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pulko, Simona (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UNI_Koser_Mojca_2010.pdf (966,53 KB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Diplomsko delo podrobneje predstavlja tri široke teme: branje, motivacijo in bralno motivacijo, ki se med seboj povezujejo. Posebej je izpostavljena bralna motivacija pri učencih (od šestega do devetega razreda) in učiteljih slovenščine na Osnovni šoli Dušana Flisa Hoče. Diplomska naloga je razdeljena na uvodni, teoretični in empirični del, kjer je predstavljena raziskava, rezultati in interpretacija, ter na zaključek (oz. sklep). V teoretičnem delu je najprej podrobneje prikazana opredelitev branja, vrste branja, bralni razvoj mladega bralca, bralna značka, dnevnik branja in bralna društva. Sledi večje poglavje o motivaciji, tipi motivacije in štirje splošni pristopi k motivaciji. Zadnje poglavje teoretičnega dela zajema bralno motivacijo, v katerem je predstavljena notranja in zunanja bralna motivacija, povezanost bralne motivacije z bralno/učno uspešnostjo, povezanost bralne motivacije glede na spol in starost učencev ter na koncu še dejavniki bralne motivacije učencev v osnovni šoli. S pomočjo dveh različnih anketnih vprašalnikov (Anketnik 1 za učence in Anketnik 2 za učitelje) smo prišli do rezultatov, ki kažejo na to, da učenke zgoraj omenjene osnovne šole berejo pogosteje kot učenci. Raziskava priča o tem, da so razlogi za branje knjig različni glede na spol in glede na razred obiskovanja (od 6. do 9. razreda). Za učitelje smo prišli do spoznanj, da jim je bralna motivacija zelo pomembna in jo iz tega vidika najverjetneje tudi zato pogosto uporabljajo.
Keywords:branje, motivacija, bralna motivacija, pogostost branja, osnovna šola
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[M. Koser]
Source:Maribor
UDC:821.163.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17911048 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:J3SETNPT
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Language:English
Title:READING MOTIVATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Abstract:The diploma thesis presents in detail three broad subjects that intertwine: reading, motivation and reading motivation. The focus is on reading motivation of students (from sixth to ninth grade) and teachers of Slovene at Primary school Dušan Flis Hoče. The thesis is divided into introductory, theoretical and empirical part where a research, results and their interpretation are presented, and a conclusion. In the theoretical part there are first presented definitions of reading, types of reading, reading development of young readers, reading badge, reading diary and reading clubs. These are followed by a more extensive chapter about motivation, types of motivation and four general approaches toward motivation. The last chapter of the theoretical part deals with reading motivation where there is internal as well as external motivation presented, connection of reading motivation with reading/academic achievements, connection of reading motivation with gender and age of pupils, and finally reading motivation factors influencing primary school students. With the help of two different questionnaires (Questionnaire 1 for students and Questionnaire 2 for teachers) we got the results that show that female students of the above mentioned school read more often than male students. The survey indicates different reasons for reading books according to pupils’ gender and grade they are in (from sixth to ninth grade). Conclusion made about the teachers is that reading motivation is very important for them and therefore probably also often use it.
Keywords:reading, motivation, reading motivation, frequency of reading, primary school


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