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Metodyka koncepcyjna – edukacyjna wartość narzędzi polonistycznych (analityczno-interpretacyjnych)

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The article describes how by creating a database of teaching tools aimed at teachers and students in junior high school take a parallel reflection on the Polish language learning theory and its functional­ity. Such model of thinking which combines the practice and the theory is called a conceptual methodology. Conceptual methodology meets the practical and pragmatic expectations of teachers derived primarily from their everyday work experience with junior high school students. This conceptual methodology proposes concrete teaching solutions, but derived from a detailed analysis of the findings of teaching and thus from scientific thinking. The article highlighted the educational and research potential in the current model of thinking about education in the Polish language learning, not only in junior high schools.
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The article describes how by creating a database of teaching tools aimed at teachers and students in junior high school take a parallel reflection on the Polish language learning theory and its functional­ity. Such model of thinking which combines the practice and the theory is called a conceptual methodology. Conceptual methodology meets the practical and pragmatic expectations of teachers derived primarily from their everyday work experience with junior high school students. This conceptual methodology proposes concrete teaching solutions, but derived from a detailed analysis of the findings of teaching and thus from scientific thinking. The article highlighted the educational and research potential in the current model of thinking about education in the Polish language learning, not only in junior high schools.
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2015
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2015-01-01
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_pi_2015_1_1_10
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