NASTAVNA JEDINICA ZA USVAJANJE ZNANJA O ASPEKTU ČITALACA U NASTAVI PISANJA U ENGLESKOM KAO JEZIKU STRUKE ZASNOVANA NA PROBLEMSKOJ NASTAVI

  • Ivana M. Martinović Barbul Visoka poslovna škola strukovnih studija Novi Sad, Srbija
Кључне речи: učenje zasnovano na rešavanju problema, nastava pisanja, aspekt čitalaca, engleski kao jezik struke

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Učenje zasnovano na rešavanju problema (engl. Problem Based Learning) predstavlja efikasan pristup koji pomaže učenicima da usvoje znanje dok rešavaju interdisciplinarne i probleme iz svakodnevnog života. Prednosti problemske nastave su upotreba stručnog znanja, postavljanje ciljeva, rešavanje problema i vrednovanje rezultata dok aktivnosti na času problemske nastave podstiču interesovanje za učenje, uzimajući u obzir pozitivne efekte individualnog učenja. Imajući u vidu ove prednosti, u radu su predstavljene osnove problemske nastave u učenju stranog jezika.

Ovaj rad imao je za cilj osmišljavanje nastavne jedinice za usvajanje sadržaja o aspektu čitalaca u nastavi engleskog jezika struke putem problemske nastave. Problemski modelovana nastavna jedinica kreirana je u skladu sa principima za implementaciju problemske nastave: 1. Stvaranje problemske situacije; 2. Definisanje problema; 3. Dekompozicija problema i postavljanje hipoteza; 4. Samostalan rad učenika uz analizu i korekciju rezultata (potvrda hipoteza); 5. Primena na sličnom problemu.

Rad razmatra i analizira pozitivne aspekte problemski zasnovanih i planiranih nastavnih sadržaja, kao i metodičke aspekte problemske nastave, sa praktičnim primerima i implikacijama za nastavnu praksu.

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