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Lärarens användning av berättelser för att stimulera elevernas historiemedvetande / The teacher's use of stories to stimulate students' history consciousness

  • Bicaku, Bexhet
  • Mikullovci, Albin
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2021
DiVA - Academic Archive On-line
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The work covered in our essay touches on areas of "Stories and History use". During the course of the work, we have systematically analyzed several theses, doctoral theses and studies to seek a given answer to the question "What does research about the use of stories say to increase students' history consciousness?". The purpose of the work is to investigate how teachers or students use stories to influence students' history consciousness. In a classroom session, the aim is to identify the opportunities and possible obstacles that may occur when learning history and stories. In addition, the aim is to use research to see if history didactics can provide different methods to help the learning process or flesh out the concepts. The selection of sources that became important to the work was retrieved using the search methods: EBSCO, Libsearch, Libguide and When the information was collected, revised and analyzed we finally discussed if what we collected could answer our question. The conclusion we came up with was as follows: With the help of research, we can suggest that the use of narrative is something that should not be excluded from teaching. Doesn't matter which age group or subject you are studying. When students get oriented in space and time, their history consciousness is activated as they probably draw similarities with themselves or use stories to understand something.   

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