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Title:Lutke v vrtcu vsak dan
Authors:Marton, Tatjana (Author)
Šinko, Sabina (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Lutke v vrtcu vsak dan sta zajeta teoretičen in praktičen del, ki zajema projektno delo v skupini. V teoretičnem delu smo najprej predstavili vpliv lutke pri razvoju otrok in pomen lutke v lutkovnem kotičku v drugem starostnem obdobju otroka. Pozornost smo usmerili v projektno delo, načrtovanje in izdelavo lutk. Predstavili smo lutko, ki je bila motivatorka pri izvedbi projekta v vrtcu. Ta lutka je žabec Plavček, ki ima posebno poslanstvo skozi projektno nalogo. Lutka žabca Plavčka predstavlja žabico plavčka, ki izhaja iz naravnega okolja, iz neposredne okolice vrtca, slednji pa se je po tej lepi in zaščiteni žabici tudi poimenoval. Praktično delo z izdelavo lutk iz nestrukturiranih materialov v skupini ima pomembno vlogo pri otrokovem razvoju. Otrok se z izvedbo praktičnega dela izdelave lutke in igre z lutko motivira ter postaja bolj ustvarjalen. Opisali smo, kako izdelujemo lutke iz naravnega materiala, kot je glina, vključili pa smo tudi odpadno embalažo. V projektu smo oživeli lutkovni kotiček, v katerem smo ustvarjali namizno gledališče v škatli, glavno vlogo so dobile lutke, narejene izpod otroških rok. Namen izvedenega projekta je približati otrokom lutko, vzbuditi veselje do ustvarjanja in igranja z lutkami. Ob projektnem delu je predstavljeno sodelovanje s starši. Pridobljene so tudi povratne informacije staršev z otroki, ki so predstavljene v zaključku.
Keywords:lutka, otrok, lutkovni kotiček, kurikul, motivacija, ustvarjalnost, projektno delo
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[T. Marton]
Source:Maribor
UDC:373.2.016:792.97(043.2)
COBISS_ID:25129736 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:7SLH5KJB
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License:CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:27.12.2019

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The daily use of puppets in nursery school
Abstract:The diploma paper The Daily Use of a Puppet in Nursey School consists of a theo-retical and a practical part that discusses the project work in the nursery group. The theoretical part introduces the influence of puppets on children’s development and the importance of puppets in the puppet corner in the children’s second age-cycle. The emphasis is set on project work, planning and creating puppets. A puppet was introduced that was a motivator for carrying out a project in the nursery school. The puppet is named Plavček and plays an important role in the project work. The puppet of the frog Plavček represents the moor frog, which can also be met in the near vicinity of the nursery school that also carries the frog’s name. The practical work that includes creating puppets from unstructured materi-als in the nursery group carries a very important role in the child’s development. The child can get motivated while playing with the puppet, whereas the child’s creativity is also being developed. The present paper describes the process of crea-ting puppets from natural materials like clay, combined with recycled materials like used packaging. Throughout the project the puppet corner has been revived, which includes a table box theatre with main characters in the form of puppets created by children. The goal of the project was to bring puppets closer to children and encourage the joy of creating and playing with puppets. Project work was carried out in cooperation with parents. The parent’s and children’s feedback is presented in the conclusion.
Keywords:puppet, child, puppet corner, curriculum, motivation, creativity, project work.


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