Influence of contemporary interpretation of Serbian epic poem on the increase of social intelligence of students

Автор: Laketa Sneana

Журнал: Христианское чтение @christian-reading

Рубрика: Философские науки

Статья в выпуске: 1 (84), 2019 года.

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Serbian epic poems show all levels of complex interpersonal relationships, and understanding of these relationships can enrich students’ ability to evaluate the relationship between people, understanding of human behavior - social intelligence. The aim of the survey is to investigate the influence of contemporary interpretations of Serbian epic poems on student achievement on tests of social intelligence. Sample of experimental research includes 414 primary school students of different ages, different genders. Of these 284 students are from elementary school Vuk Karadžic, Vlasenica, who had classes of Serbian language and literature in the traditional and the modern way and 130 pupils from elementary school King Alexander I in Gornji Milanovac who had classes of Serbian language and literature only in the traditional way. The study applied the experimental method. For the study we used the Test of recognition of human behavior from Lidija Vučić’s Test of social intelligence. The results confirm the hypothesis that the modern interpretation of Serbian epic poems is more efficient compared to traditional one in achieving better outcomes for students of both sexes on the social intelligence test.

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Social intelligence, psychosocial development, modern teaching, traditional teaching, epic poems, morals

Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/140246669

IDR: 140246669   |   DOI: 10.24411/1814-5574-2019-10015

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