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Hur man i bokform kan utbilda vuxna om barns lek på ett kommunikativt och pedagogiskt sätt - en rapport om utformningen av examensarbetet "Lär-o-lek - traditionella svenska lekar"
2004 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year))Student thesis
Abstract [en]

In today’s western society children and adults practically live separate lives, which result in traditions not being transferred over the changes in generations. It is important to secure the culture’s traditions by preserving what is genuine for the culture; one example of this is the traditional Swedish game. We have, in this report, conducted a literature examination that lies as a foundation for our degree project that we obtained as an assignment from Anette Dahlman and her company Lärolek Sverige. The assignment involves producing information material about games that is primarily going to be used by Lärolek Sverige when organizing courses in children’s play for educators in Sweden. The hypothetical question this report is built upon is: “How to, in a book, educate adults in a communicative and educating way, about children’s play. -A report concerning the design of the degree project: ”Lär-o-Lek – traditional Swedish games” We will in this report present recognized theories within the fields of pedagogy, communication and graphic design in order to convey how to design an information material in a communicative and pedagogical way. We have found that adult pedagogy is about educating and influence adult learning. Learning is influenced by the capacity of the brain and the memory, the senses susceptibility, the receivers’ interest, variation, motivation and curiosity, the receivers’ willingness to learn and also the different ways receivers perceive information. Further have we found that communication in a book deals with one-way communication, redundancy, entropy, feedback, transmitting, receiving, channels, semiotics, the meaning of the sign, categories of the sign and designing communicative texts. Additional have we realized that graphic design is about attracting the senses by using form, format, lexivisual information, contrast, balance, line, colour, narration, image, typography, paper and accentuation. The appendix 1: “Lär-o-Lek” conclusively demonstrates how we, through our report, have turned the theories into practise.

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2004. , 78 p.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-57567Local ID: MKV D-3OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-57567DiVA: diva2:1122179
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Media and Communication Studies
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