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Title:Razvijanje algebraičnega mišljenja v predšolskem obdobju z zvočnimi vzorci : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Doško, Anja (Author)
ID Antolin Drešar, Darja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Dosko_Anja_2023.pdf (3,40 MB)
MD5: 0BFD3679145C7DAAE1DC1FDAA4753860
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Matematika je znanost in tudi jezik vzorcev. Razmišljanje o vzorcih pomaga otroku osmisliti matematiko. Učijo se, da matematika ni skupek nepovezanih dejstev in postopkov, ampak prepoznavanje vzorcev in delo z njimi malim otrokom pomaga pri predvidevanju, kaj se bo zgodilo. Pogovarjamo se o odnosih in vidimo povezave med matematičnimi pojmi in njihovim svetom. V diplomskem delu Razvijanje algebraičnega mišljenja v predšolskem obdobju z zvočnimi vzorci smo se osredotočili predvsem na zvočne vzorce. Otrokom so ritem, glasba in pesmice še posebej blizu, zato jim lažje predstavimo matematične vzorce na način ustvarjanja različnih zvočnih vzorcev. V okviru diplomskega dela smo v teoretičnem delu predstavili, zakaj je pomembno zgodnje razvijanje algebraičnega razmišljanja in kako ga lahko s prilagojenimi dejavnostmi razvijamo že v vrtcu. V praktičnem delu smo predstavili načine, kako lahko otrokom v predšolskem obdobju predstavimo različne zvočne vzorce, jih spodbudimo, da jih nadaljujejo in tudi sami ustvarjajo. Ugotovili smo, da otroci hitro razumejo pomen vzorcev ter jih znajo ponoviti in nadaljevati, a ko pride do samostojnega ustvarjanja zvočnih vzorcev, potrebujejo še nekaj pomoči in spodbude.
Keywords:algebraično mišljenje, zvočni vzorci, predšolsko obdobje, algebra, predšolski otroci.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[A. Doško]
Year of publishing:2023
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (XIII, 54 str.))
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85730 New window
UDC:373.2:51(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:169130243 New window
Publication date in DKUM:19.10.2023
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Downloads:21
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Language:English
Title:Developing algebraic thinking in preschool period with sound patterns
Abstract:Mathematics is a science and also language of patterns. Contemplating patterns helps children make sense of mathematics. They learn that mathematics isn't a collection of disconnected facts and procedures, but rather the recognition of patterns and working with them. Working with patterns helps young children predict what will happen, discuss relationships, and see connections between mathematical concepts and their world. In the thesis "Developing algebraic thinking in preschool period with sound patterns" we primarily focused on sound patterns. Rhythm, music, and songs are particularly familiar to children, which makes it easier to introduce mathematical patterns to them through the creation of various sound patterns. The theoretical part of the thesis explains why early development of algebraic thinking is important and how it can be nurtured through tailored activities in preschool. In the practical segment, we present methods for introducing different sound patterns to preschool children, encouraging them to continue and create their own. We found that children quickly grasp the significance of patterns and are capable of reproducing and extending them. However, when it comes to independently creating sound patterns, children may still require some assistance and encouragement.
Keywords:algebraic thinking, sound patterns, preschool period, algebra, preschool kids


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