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Title: Bokprat - en undersökning av två mellanstadieklassers upplevelser av bokprat
Other Titles: Booktalk - a survey of two classes of pupils in the intermediate level of the nine-year compulsory school and their feelings about booktalk
Authors: Malmin, Anna Maria
Söderholm, Ann
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Institutionen Biblioteks- och informationsvetenskap (BHS)
Issue Date: 2000
Series/Report no.: Magisteruppsats
Publisher: University College of Borås. Swedish School of Library and Information Science
Media type: Text
Keywords: högläsning
Abstract: The purpose of this master thesis is to examine if booktalk is a good method for stimulating reading based on interviews and observations with two classes of pupils in the intermediate level of the Swedish nine-year compulsory school. Our aim is also to study the reading environment regarding of Aidan Chambers' factors about what is indispensable for a good environment for the children. The factors are: Time for reading, time for reading aloud, the stock of books and conversations about books. The study is based on interviews with 38 pupils, two booktalkers and two teachers in two different cities. It also contains two observations of booktalk. The results show that the children in both schools like to listen to the booktalk and that they gladly take a book when they leave the library. In this case there is no difference between boys and girls. The study also shows that the children do not have enough time in school to read quietly for themselves instead the teachers read aloud for them.
ISSN: 1404-0891
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