undergraduate thesis
Puppet in the hands of educator and a child

Mirna Rogošić (2015)
University of Pula
Faculty of Educational Sciences
Metadata
TitleLutka u rukama odgojitelja i djeteta
AuthorMirna Rogošić
Mentor(s)Breza Žižović (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Dijete je od svoga ranoga djetinjstva emotivno vezano uz lutku. Prva lutka - draga igračka - tada je njegova poveznica s majkom i jedina sigurnost u novoj i nepoznatoj sredini. U vrtićkoj dobi lutka nastavlja svoju “ulogu sigurnosti”, ali polako i sigurno postaje igračka. Scenska lutka, prilagođena dječjem uzrastu, postaje vrijedna didaktička igračka koja ima svoje počasno mjesto. Također je važno i dragocjeno didaktičko sredstvo i pomagalo za rad u ostvarivanju ciljeva i zadataka odgojitelja. Igre s lutkama potiču govor, bogate djetetov rječnik novim riječima i pojmovima, razvijaju mimiku, koordinaciju pokreta te motoriku općenito. Igra lutkama u skupini djece razvija sposobnost suradnje s vršnjacima, stvaranje pozitivne slike o sebi (znam, hoću, mogu) i tako jača njihovo samopouzdanje. Sve ono što lutka može reći, ispričati, otpjevati i otplesati, potiče razvoj stvaralačkoga mišljenja i mašte. Lutke dovode dijete u stanje uzbuđenosti, razigranosti, pokreću njegov misaoni, imaginarni i emotivni svijet i omogućavaju mu da bogatije izražava svoj doživljaj svijeta. Lutke koje ožive u ruci djeteta omogućavaju mu sudjelovanje u zamišljenom svijetu koji je samo stvorilo. Lutka zamjenjuje živa bića, njome dijete u igri manipulira kako želi i, najčešće, kako ne može u stvarnosti.
Parallel title (English)Puppet in the hands of educator and a child
Committee MembersIvana Paula Gortan-Carlin
Breza Žižović
Irena Mikulaco
GranterUniversity of Pula
Lower level organizational unitsFaculty of Educational Sciences
PlacePula
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineFIELD OF ART
Theater Arts (Performing and Media Arts)
Puppetry
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Pedagogy
Early Childhood and Preschool Pedagogy
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmePreschool Education
Academic title abbreviationbacc. praesc. educ
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Starting in early age, a child is emotionally attached to its puppet. The first puppet - a dear toy - in that age is the child’s connection with its mother and the only safe haven in a new and unknown surrounding. During the child’s kindergarten age, the puppet still has a “safe haven” role but slowly it becomes a toy. Kindergarten puppet, which is adjusted to the kids is becoming a valuable didactic toy that has its place of honor. Moreover, it is an important and useful didactic tool and aid for work in the kindergarten teacher’s process of performing tasks and achieving goals. Games with puppets encourage speaking, enrich the child’s vocabulary with new words and terms and foster the development of facial expressions, coordination and motor control in general. Group games with puppets activate the child’s ability to cooperate with its peers, but also it helps the child to create a positive image about itself (I know, I will, I can) and in that way it strengthens the child’s self-esteem. All of that that a puppet can say, sing or dance affects the development of creative thinking and imagination. Puppets drag the child into a stage of excitement, playfulness and encourage its thought, imaginary and emotional world, which in the end enables the child to express its vision of the world in a richer way. Puppets which come to life in the hands of a child are encouraging the child to participate in its imaginary world. The puppet replaces human beings. The child can manipulate with it in a way that usually, in the real world, it cannot.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)lutka vrste lutaka predškolski odgoj didaktičko pomagalo
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:137:734278
CommitterAleksandar Ćatić