The Syntax of Written Works of Pupils as a Reflection Towards the Critical Thinking and Active Learning

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  • Mimoza Gjokutaj
  • Rozana Rushiti
  • Anila Çepani

Abstract

The article entitled “The syntax of written works of pupils as a reflection towards the critical thinking and active learning" aims to highlight the skills of reflective and critical thinking of pupils through their written works. The study of syntax (text, paragraph, sentence and conjunctions within them) has helped to highlight the linguistic data through which are analyzed the critical and creative skills in benefit of learning of pupils in elementary and secondary education.The article stated to highlight the problems that are displayed through programs and texts in connection with their didactic requirements to bring students to the acquisition of critical thinking skills and a better learning of different scholar subjects through their written text. The research was extended to several elementary and secondary schools. A comparative look between the two levels has enabled to make the differences between them. But a linguistic syntactic analysis of work of pupils has created the opportunity to give some recommendations about the benefit of pupils’ writing and about the requirements that must have all scholar curriculums concerning the topic in question. Statistical processing of data has helped too for the final findings and recommendations of the article.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n3p49

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2014-05-02

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Gjokutaj, M., Rushiti, R., & Çepani, A. (2014). The Syntax of Written Works of Pupils as a Reflection Towards the Critical Thinking and Active Learning. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 4(3), 49. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/2693

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