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Title:Pravljica Trije prašički kot motivacijsko sredstvo za naravoslovno raziskovanje predšolskih otrok : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Glinšek, Alekseja (Author)
ID Golob, Nika (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Glinsek_Alekseja_2021.pdf (2,57 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/bbe2863c-e710-475a-9b1c-6339f4e985c6
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Narava predšolskemu otroku omogoča mnogo različnih izzivov, prek katerih pridobiva izkušnje in znanja. Otroci nenehno raziskujejo to, kar jim je neznanega. Opazujejo naravne pojave, procese in postopke. Zato je pomembno, da otroku v vrtcu omogočimo naravoslovne dejavnosti. Vzgojitelj lahko otroke motivira za naravoslovno dejavnost s pravljico. Pristop motiviranja naravoslovne dejavnosti prek pravljice smo preizkusili s pravljico Trije prašički. Ugotavljali smo, kako so se otroci starostnih skupin 3–4 leta in 5–6 let po navdihu zgodbe lotili naravoslovne dejavnosti izdelave stavbe, kjer smo preverili njeno stabilnost s pihanjem. Pravljica predstavlja temelj, ki je otroku pomagal razrešiti lastno zamisel, kar pomeni, da je otrok imel dovolj različnega materiala, ki je vzbudil njegovo ustvarjalnost in radovednost. V empiričnem delu smo s pomočjo tabel in grafov predstavili, kako so se otroci lotili dejavnosti, kateri material so uporabili, kakšni so bili njihovi komentarji in dialogi med samo izdelavo ter kakšen je bil rezultat preverjanja stabilnosti stavbe. Ugotovili smo, da so otroci uporabljali tako naravni kot umetni material. Najpogosteje uporabljen umetni material je bil plastelin, najpogosteje uporabljen naravni material pa je bilo kamenje. Otroci so za spajanje uporabljali različne metode in materiale. Polovica narejenih hišk je preizkus prestala, ostale so se po pihanju podrle.
Keywords:Naravoslovje, predšolski otroci, pravljica Trije prašički, naravoslovno raziskovanje, motivacijsko sredstvo.
Year of publishing:2021
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[A. Glinšek]
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (XVI, 99 str.))
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-80393 New window
UDC:373.2.091.3:5(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:92289795 New window
Publication date in DKUM:14.01.2022
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Licensing start date:10.09.2021

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Language:English
Title:The fairy tale The three little pigs as a motivational instrument for the scientific research of preschool children
Abstract:Nature provides children with many different challenges, allowing them to acquire experience and knowledge. Children constantly explore the unknown. They observe natural phenomena, processes and mechanisms. It is therefore important that kindergartens allow children to engage in natural science activities. Teachers can motivate children to engage in natural science activities with fairy tales. We tested the approach that involves motivating children with fairy tales on the example of the fairy tale The three little pigs. We analysed how children aged 3 to 4 and 5 to 6 carried out a natural science activity, i. e. construction model making, and tested the stability of the models by blowing air on them. The fairy tale represented the basis on which children developed their own ideas, meaning that they were provided with different materials that stimulated their creativity and curiosity. The empiric part contains charts and graphs that illustrate how children carried out the activity, which materials they used, what comments they made, what they talked about during the construction of the model and what were the results of the stability test. We concluded that children used both natural and artificial materials. The most commonly used artificial material was plasticine, whereas the most commonly used natural material were rocks. The children used different methods and materials to assembly the construction model. Half of the construction models passed the stability test that consisted in blowing air on the models, while the rest of them fell down.
Keywords:Natural sciences, preschool children, fairy tale The three little pigs, scientific research, motivational instrument.


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