EKSPERIMENTALNI HAMLET ILI KAKO POPULARIZOVATI KLASIČNU KNJIŽEVNOST

  • Nina D. Ilić

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Alternativne metode podučavanja književnosti se danas sve više koriste. Nastavnici i profesori često pribegavaju netradicionalnim načinima predavanja Šekspirovih dela, što zbog promena koje su prisutne kod same prirode čitanja, što zbog sve veće okruženosti digitalnom tehnologijom. Cilj ovog rada jeste da ispita stav učenika prema jednoj modernoj pozorišnoj adaptaciji Hamleta. Šest učenika je učestvovalo u kreativnoj radionici nakon gledanja predstave. Izvedeni zaključci pokazuju da iako su reakcije učenika na predstavu bile uglavnom pozitivne, nije se svima dopao savremeni način čitanja klasične literature. Mlađi učenici su u većoj meri izneli pozitivan stav prema modernism adaptacijama klasične literature. Međutim, studija koja bi uključila veći broj učesnika i fokusirala se na oštriji kontrast između doživljaja tradicionalnih i modernijih verzija književnih dela je neophodna kako bi se ove tendencije potvrdile.

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Nina D. Ilić

Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Filozofski fakultet – doktorske studije Jezik i književnost
Novi Sad

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ILIĆ, Nina D.. EKSPERIMENTALNI HAMLET ILI KAKO POPULARIZOVATI KLASIČNU KNJIŽEVNOST. Методички видици, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 7, p. 441-458, jan. 1970. ISSN 2334-7465. Доступно на: <http://metodickividici.ff.uns.ac.rs/index.php/MV/article/view/1844>. Датум приступа: 20 july 2018 doi: https://doi.org/10.19090/mv.2016.7.441-458.
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