Kadrina 2008 Hobbyism Birgit Rae 10.a
Hobby, interest..what is that? <ul><li>Interest, curiosity, willingness to find out, experiment  or experience
Curiosity is a huge emotional  driving force   (liikumapanev jõud) </li></ul>
<ul><li>Child learns through interest, curiosity
Gets the corroboration  (kinnitus)   through observing, experimenting, exploring and playing
Keyword is  playsomeness  (mängulisus)
Teacher making subjects interesting and absorbing  (köitev)  =>   helps children to achieve advancement  (edasijõudmine)  ...
The value of hobbyism <ul><li>..is longstanding  (interest  education ) or short-term (interest  activity ) instructed unf...
<ul><li>In 2007 UNICEF made an enquiry(küsitlus) in 5 European countries
4,700 students, parents and teachers </li></ul>
Students: <ul><li>Exciting extracurriculum   activity   (huviala)
self-development of different skills and knowledge
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  1. 1. Kadrina 2008 Hobbyism Birgit Rae 10.a
  2. 2. Hobby, interest..what is that? <ul><li>Interest, curiosity, willingness to find out, experiment or experience
  3. 3. Curiosity is a huge emotional driving force (liikumapanev jõud) </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>Child learns through interest, curiosity
  5. 5. Gets the corroboration (kinnitus) through observing, experimenting, exploring and playing
  6. 6. Keyword is playsomeness (mängulisus)
  7. 7. Teacher making subjects interesting and absorbing (köitev) => helps children to achieve advancement (edasijõudmine) </li></ul>
  8. 8. The value of hobbyism <ul><li>..is longstanding (interest education ) or short-term (interest activity ) instructed unforced activity </li></ul>
  9. 9. <ul><li>In 2007 UNICEF made an enquiry(küsitlus) in 5 European countries
  10. 10. 4,700 students, parents and teachers </li></ul>
  11. 11. Students: <ul><li>Exciting extracurriculum activity (huviala)
  12. 12. self-development of different skills and knowledge
  13. 13. more praise than reprimand (noomitus) </li></ul><ul><li>experience of public performance
  14. 14. self-discovery </li></ul>
  15. 15. Parents, teachers: <ul><li>physically and mentally tougher
  16. 16. takes more initiative and is capable to organise
  17. 17. more tolerant and outspoken (avameelne) </li></ul>
  18. 18. <ul><li>might have better orientation about future profession
  19. 19. less problems with misbehaviour </li></ul>
  20. 20. Home, examples/idols and choices <ul><li>Home, parents, instructors etc. => primary examples
  21. 21. examples often chosen by emotions </li></ul>
  22. 22. <ul><li>Examples shape child's attitude, interests and values for entire life
  23. 23. Habits can be focused and directed </li></ul>
  24. 24. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
  25. 25. Sources: <ul><li>Eesti Päevaleht (29 th October) “ Huvitegevus ja lapse areng ” by Toomas Palu
  26. 26. Pictures from Google search </li></ul>
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