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За приложението на мисловните карти в обучението по литература в горния курс на средното образование
For the Application of Mind Map to Study Literature in Upper Secondary Education Stage

Author(s): Eleonora Ivanova-Velikova
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Education, Library and Information Science, Education and training, School education, Vocational Education, Higher Education , History of Education, Educational Psychology, Inclusive Education / Inclusion
Published by: Национално издателство за образование и наука „Аз-буки“
Keywords: problem; Bulgarian language and literature; cognitive maps; curricula; mind maps

Summary/Abstract: The report examines a problem that is poorly understood and least used in the teaching of Bulgarian language and literature. The method of cognitive maps is introduced by Tony Byuzan and used in other countries. In our country it is not so widely practiced. Its use in the teaching of literature in upper allows students to learn more easily curricula, to develop their creative skills to provide primary and secondary associations, to have fun. Mind maps help the development of learning skills and a good helper and activator of memory. They develop visual memory and activate the both cerebral hemispheres. They present information using hierarchical associations between words, phrases, colors, space. They are suitable for learning verse and prose text, in the presentation of a literary movement, in the comparative analysis, in the interpretation of certain artistic idea. They complement and illustrate the passport of the literary work. Mind maps facilitate both teaching and learning, help for the synthesis of large amounts of information on a theme or an idea. Group cards could be used as well – they unite in themselves associations of many players, generate new ideas, make literature interesting course, allow for creativity. They create a positive attitude towards learning and intellectual labor, presented an unusual approach to the literary text. In this report the application model of mind maps was made by students in class. Associative approach in teaching literature is sufficiently reliable and necessary for the development of associative thinking young people.

  • Issue Year: 20/2018
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 291-301
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Bulgarian