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    Engström, Marie-Louise
    University of Skövde, School of Humanities and Informatics.
    Skolans klassrumsmiljö påverkar lärandets innehåll2010Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Particular design aspects valid for any classroom used for teaching swedich language and grammar within the prescool. In early teaching of elementary scool in the subject swedich language the environment are essential. By introducing a changing language environment pupils are encouraged to become curious, interested and active. Reshuffling so everybody sees everybody, includes a clarification of who and what we have access to, and enables a group of people taking to each other. Rooms for talks and discussions are importent in learning activities. This study aims to gain insights and experiences regarding particular design aspects of any classroom, especially those used for teaching swedich language and grammar within the preschool. Thus has the teachers different ways to organise the classroom been investigated. This has been carried out by means of interviewing four teachers in four different schools that all of them were responsible for pupils within the forms 1-3 as well as by mapping/documenting each of the four classrooms. By means of processing information collected by meens of interviews and mappings/documentations of each classroom. I have been able to connect this particular information to specific discussions based on a presented survey of the relevant literature, which also is comprised in this report/study. This in turn has allowed me to illuminate and discuss the particular design aspects sought for. One example of the findings brought forward; while teaching swedish was among other things the possibilities for rearranging the seats in the classroom underlined by as being crucial. That is, the four interviewed teachers were all of them advocating for a classroom which allowed the pupils to vary theirs positions and constellations in order to thereby promote an enhanced cooperation between themselves, as well as also to so to say create rooms within then room.

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