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Title:Namizne matematične igre zasnovane na podlagi otroške literature
Authors:Nunčič, Tjaša (Author)
Lipovec, Alenka (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Antolin Drešar, Darja (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Nuncic_Tjasa_2018.pdf (2,56 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Namizne matematične igre, zasnovane na podlagi otroške literature smo želeli pokazati, da lahko izdelamo namizno matematično igro na podlagi kakršnekoli otroške literature. Diplomsko delo, ki je nastalo po ideji, predstavljeni v članku Developing Math Games Based on Children’s Literature, je sestavljeno iz teoretičnega, empiričnega in praktičnega dela. V teoretičnem delu smo predstavili potek pouka matematike v vrtcu, se dotaknili vloge vzgojitelja v okviru matematičnih dejavnosti, predstavili različne matematične igre, opisali knjigo Zverjasec in predstavili postopek izdelave dveh namiznih iger na podlagi izbrane knjige. V okviru praktičnega dela smo matematični igri, ki smo ju izdelali, preizkusili z otroki. Dejavnost smo izvedli z najstarejšimi otroki (5–6 let) v vrtcu. Otroke smo najprej seznanili z zgodbo in nato z izdelanima matematičnima igrama. Izdelali smo tudi Zverjaščev kotiček, v katerem so se otroci lahko igrali tudi v naslednjih dneh. V empiričnem delu smo s pomočjo grafičnih prikazov predstavili ugotovitve evalvacije vpeljave dveh matematičnih iger, izdelanih na osnovi otroške literature, v vrtec. Rezultati so pokazali, da so otroci izdelani igri in zgodbo povezali; da so pravila in potek igre Zverjaščeva dolga pot razumeli bolje od pravil in poteka igre Lešnikova steza, vendar pa so se igro Lešnikova steza raje igrali.
Keywords:matematika, otroška literatura, predšolski otroci
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[T. Nunčič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:373.2.091.3:51(043.2)
COBISS_ID:23840008 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:LWKKCVVT
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Math board games based on children's literature
Abstract:The thesis titled Mathematical board games developed on the basis of children's literature aims to prove that mathematical board games can be created on the basis of any type of children's literature. The thesis, which is based on the idea presented by the article titled Developing Math Games Based on Children’s Literature, consists of three parts: theoretical, empirical and practical. The theoretical part presents how mathematics is taught in kindergarten, the role of the pre-school teacher in mathematical activities, and various mathematical games. We have also described the book titled The Gruffalo and the method of developing two board games based on the chosen book. For the practical part of the thesis, we tested the homemade mathematical games with children. The activity was performed in a kindergarten with the eldest children (aged 5 to 6). The children first learned about the story and were then presented with the developed mathematical games. We also built the so-called Gruffalo's Nook, where the children were able to play in the following days. The empirical part of the thesis uses various graphs to present the results of the evaluation of introducing two mathematical games based on children's literature in kindergarten. The results have shown that children recognised the connection between the games and the story; that their understanding of the rules and gameplay of the game titled The Gruffalo's Long Way was better in comparison to the game titled The Hazelnut Trail, but they enjoyed playing the last one more than the first one.
Keywords:mathematics, children's literature, pre-school children


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