Examinando por Materia "Children’s literature"
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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLos caminos de la memoria : trazos literarios para pensar la infancia, el conflicto armado y el desplazamiento en Colombia(2021) Aristizábal Osorio, María Camila; Montoya Álvarez, Maria Paulina; Ortega Céspedes, Stefanía; Valderrama Estrada, María Camila; Higuita Serna, CatalinaThe present investigation is framed in the analysis of four children’s literature books that speaks about the colombian armed conflict and how, from different perspectives, childhood has been directly affected for it. That is why we considered relevant to think in the children as a fellow politician who can understand and, at the same time, analyze from their knowledges, the live-in territory. To present all of these perspectives, we propose the following categories: memory, politician subjectivity and narratives. They allowed, along with the lecture diaries, to develop questioning about how, on the different educational spaces, it is possible to read texts that allow reflection on the literature as a social-and-political phenomenon, which have generated identity in colombian people’s lives
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoImplicaciones pedagógicas de la literatura infantil en el desarrollo de las habilidades del pensamiento científico en los niños y las niñas. Un aporte al Club Sabatino Pequeñines de la Universidad de San Buenaventura(2020) Andrade Sossa, Jenny Fernanda; Murcia Zapata, Paula Andrea; Naranjo Gaviria, Ángela MaríaThe importance of developing scientific thinking skills in children is now recognized as it allows them to solve problem situations in their daily experiences. Early childhood public policy recognizes in children the potential to explore, to communicate, to recognize-recognition of the world in which he lives and provides the basis for his integral development from a development and learning purpose that recognizes childhood in its essence and gives it its place in the family, society and the state; promotes leadership activities (literature, art, play and recreation), to generate spaces necessary for its development. This paper explores the pedagogical implications of children’s literature in the development of skills
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa literatura infantil en el desarrollo de la competencia lecto-escritural a través de las temáticas curriculares(2021) Ariza Rivera, Yenifer; Mejía Patiño, Diana Trinidad; Uribe Toro, Sara Janeth; Jaramillo Valencia, BaironThis degree work named Children's literature in literacy competence development through curricular topics is a research proposal that emerges from the work in the pedagogical practices, specifically in the teaching work, and as a response to the question ¿How does children's literature influence the development of literacy competence through the curricular topics of teachers in charge of first, second and third grades in elementary school, from three educational institutions in the Aburrá valley? Regarding this approach, there are some theoretical references that support this thesis: Colomer, Cervera, Rubio and the Curricular Guidelines of the National Education Ministry (NEM). In the methodology, it is used the qualitative paradigm through a hermeneutical approach, both are focused on experiential and interpretive aspects; on the other hand, it is performed a non-probabilistic sampling according to the selection of the analysis units, getting as a result 11 teachers of first, second and third grades in elementary education; all of them are from three different public institutions in the Aburrá valley, Antioquia. Finally, in relation with the application of techniques, there were used surveys and interviews, having as a result a set of findings about the importance of implementing children’s literature within the curriculum in the acquisition of reading and writing processes