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Afekt vs. efekt otwarte formy pracy z perspektywy glottodydaktycznej
The Affect vs. Effect – Open Forms of Learning from the Glottodidactic Perspective

Author(s): Beata Karpeta-Peć
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Foreign languages learning, Applied Linguistics, Language acquisition
Published by: Towarzystwo Naukowe KUL & Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II
Keywords: modern forms of learning and teaching; open forms of working; academic education; goals of learning and teaching; glottodidactic perspective

Summary/Abstract: The article presents open forms of learning and teaching, such as free work, working at the stations, working according to the day/week plan and the project work from the glottodidactic perspective. On the one hand the affective factor is analysed, which is the factor responsible for motivating the students through appropriate choice of content and materials. On the other hand, the discussion is focused on the analysis of the cognitive aspect, which means the analysis of the effects of education in the view of contemporary communicative – cross-curicular teaching. These perspectives will be complemented by the analysis of social-active aspect, thus, the possibility for cooperation while learning in connection with the dydactic idea of learning by doing, as well as the material-dynamic aspect, which corresponds to the organisation of work in the glottodidactic atelier. The theoretical discussion has been connected with the presentation of the effects of the author’s own empirical study in this area.

  • Issue Year: 66/2018
  • Issue No: 10
  • Page Range: 25-42
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Polish