Formation of Linguistic Culture of Pupils by Working with Vocabulary

Kledi Satka (Shegani), Albana Deda (Ndoja)


The main purpose of educationin the elementary school is that the pupils gets the basics of thinking and speech development and to create conditions for the formation of different concepts. For this reason, in this initial period of child’s education, it is of first importance the work of vocabulary which is directly connected with the addition of images of the child for the physical and social environment that surrounds him, the exercice of speech and addition of the active reserve of the vocabulary of the pupils. This process essentially realizes the organization of thoughts, multiplies and optimizes social, emotional, communicative and cognitive behavior by mobilizing all the energies of the child and identifying specific trend in the formation of everyone. Highlighting examples from the work of teachers with vocabulary, as a means to stimulate imagination and logical thinking, we will try to analyze the primary role of the culture of the word, which is considered foremost as a precise expression of different images and concepts. The most effective method is exactly the one that gives priority to the continuos and systematic discovery of connections of word and imagination, object and image in order for them to enter the consciousness of pupils not as separate things, but as systematic knowledge of reality and of denominations or ways of saying that serve them to express themselves.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2015.v5n1s1p57

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