Je li kategorija apstraktnih reči i pojmova u kognitivnim naukama didaktički opravdana?
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abstract nouns and concepts
grammar teaching
linguistics
philosophy
psychology apstraktne imenice i pojmovi
metodika nastave gramatike
lingvistika
filozofija
psihologija

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Petrović Dakić, A. (2020). Je li kategorija apstraktnih reči i pojmova u kognitivnim naukama didaktički opravdana?. Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. Studia Ad Didacticam Litterarum Polonarum Et Linguae Polonae Pertinentia, 11(315), 61–71. https://doi.org/10.24917/20820909.11.5

Abstrakt

Iako se apstraktne imenice kao gramatička kategorija u srpskim osnovnim školama uvode već na početku starijih razreda, njihov status u sistemu nije stabilan kao što se na prvi pogled čini. Razmatrajući kriterijume koji se za određivanje apstraktnih reči i pojmova koriste u osnovnim kognitivističkim naukama – dakle, u lingvistici, filozofiji i psihologiji – dolazi se do zaključka da su ti kriterijumi nedostatni, te da odnos konkretno: apstraktno nije, kao što se često smatra, binaran. To dalje vodi ka preporukama za budući metodički rad s apstraktnim rečima u nastavi gramatike.

https://doi.org/10.24917/20820909.11.5
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