ABSOLVENT STŘEDNÍ ŠKOLY OVLÁDÁ PRÁCI S JAZYKOVÝMI PŘÍRUČKAMI. SKUTEČNOST, NEBO FIKCE?
Author(s): Lucie Radková, Lucie Nováková
Secondary school graduates are skilled in working with language resource. Truth or fiction?
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Theoretical Linguistics
Published by: Uniwersytet Opolski
Keywords: Curriculum framework for grammar schools; Dictionary of Standard Czech for Schools and the Public; Internet Language Guide; Language and Language Education; Rules of Czech Grammar
Summary/Abstract: One of the expected results of the curriculum framework for grammar schools in the educational field of Language and Language Education is, among others, the fact that students are able to effectively and independently utilise various information resources (dictionaries, encyclopaedias, the internet). We conducted a survey to determine whether the given assertion in curricular documents are in accordance with current school practices. The investigation, which included 130 first-year students of the University of Ostrava Faculty of Arts in Ostrava, was conducted in September 2014. The data collected indicates that the use of information resources, primarily the Slovník spisovné češtiny pro školu a veřejnost [Dictionary of Standard Czech for Schools and the Public] and the Internetová jazyková příručka [Internet Language Guide], is insufficient at some secondary schools and certainly deserves more attention.
- Issue Year: 19/2015
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 203-214
- Page Count: 12
- Language: Czech