discussion of books and out-of-class activities

knygų ir renginių aptarimas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Užklasinio auklėjimo forma, kurios tikslas – įsąmoninti ir įprasminti skaitytų knygų, žiūrėtų spektaklių, kino filmų, televizijos laidų, parodų, konkursų, olimpiadų, varžybų, ekskursijų auklėjamąją reikšmę turinčias idėjas, mintis, požiūrius, vertybes. Ši forma sudaro sąlygas auklėtiniams kalbėti, diskutuoti, daryti savarankiškas išvadas, formuoti visuomeninę, dorovinę, estetinę sąmonę, pažiūras ir įsitikinimus. atitikmenys: angl. discussion of books and out-of-class activities vok. Besprechung der Bücher und Veranstaltungen rus. обсуждение книг и мероприятий

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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