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Spelifierade textsamtal : Skolbibliotekariers uppfattningar om spelifierade textsamtal och elevers delaktighet / Gamified booktalks : School librarians' perception of playful text conversations and student participation

Authors
  • Arlid Weyde, Ida
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2022
Source
DiVA - Academic Archive On-line
Keywords
Language
Swedish
License
Green
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Abstract

During my studies and my work as a teacher and school librarian, I have come into contact with different reading and language stimulating activities. I wanted to study how school librarians work with gamified booktalks and how they perceive students' participation. The purpose of the study is to help show how some selected school librarians use gamified booktalks and how they experience students' participation and interest in reading during and after gamified booktalks. My questions in this study:   -    How do school librarians reason about gamified text conversations as reading-promoting activities for the students in the school? -    How do school librarians experience that gamified text conversations affect reading interest and participation? The study shows that school librarians agree that gamified booktalks are a new and interesting way of working that they want to use to develop more and that they perceive it as an inspiring form of teaching for students. The school librarians also experience that students become more involved and engaged during and after the gamified booktalks. The study also shows that school librarians want to collaborate with teachers in gamified booktalks, but it is difficult to get time for planning together.

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