Termin w dydaktyce szkolnej


The article is composed of four parts. The first part is about the difference between scientific and school terminology, the aim of which is to meet didactic aims adjusted to students’ age and cognitive abilities. This should meet the following conditions: 1) the condition of accessibility; 2) the condition of graduation of difficulty; 3) the condition of uniformity; 4) the systemic condition; 5) the condition of need and usefulness; 6) the condition of regularity; 7) the condition of clarity, and 8) the condition of illustration. In further sections, the author analyses the realization of particular conditions on the basis of the terminology included in manuals such as the manual for Polish language teaching in three consecutive stages of education. The last part contains an analysis of the
efficacy of teaching terms at school on the example of students’ oral statements. The number of notions and terms used, as well as the way of defining them, shows that students cannot use the terms. According to the author, it is caused by both the contemporary linguistic reality and by not meeting the basic conditions concerning school terminology by the authors of manuals and teachers.


Opublikowane : 2018-10-03

Tabisz, A. (2018). Termin w dydaktyce szkolnej. Stylistyka, 26, 205-228. https://doi.org/10.25167/Stylistyka26.2017.14

Anna Tabisz  atabisz@uni.opole.pl
Uniwersytet Opolski  Polska

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