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Journal
2009 | 1 | 41-49
Article title

Kulturotwórcza funkcja bajek i gier historycznych - koncepcja nauczania historii dzieci w wieku 1-4 lat

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THE CULTURE-FORMING FUNCTION OF FAIRY TALES AND HISTORY GAMES - A CONCEPT FOR TEACHING HISTORY TO CHILDREN AGED 1-4
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Abstracts
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The author presents an innovative concept for teaching history to children aged 1-4 in a way adapted for children and in a friendly form. The concept explains to children events and processes that took place in the past and which were crucial for the development of human civilisation. Such a presentation of history to children creates a background to the further process of collecting information at school and allows children to become fascinated by history before they are forced to learn it.
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Issue
1
Pages
41-49
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Martyna Bialek, III Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace im. Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni, ul. Legionow 27 81-405 Gdynia, Poland
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