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Förskolebarns tankar om nederbörd
Karlstad University, Faculty of Social and Life Sciences.
2012 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Sammanfattning

 

Undersökningen i denna studie handlar om förskolebarns tankar om nederbörd och olika nederbördsformer. Genom kvalitativa intervjuer visas barnens tankar kring nederbörd. I undersökningen intervjuades åtta förskolebarn i åldern tre till fem år.

 

Resultatet som tolkats visar att barns uppfattning av snö och regn är att det kommer från himlen. Majoriteten av barnen vet att regn är vatten.  De kopplar inte ihop moln med nederbörd. Barnen förstår att is är den fasta formen av vatten men inte att även snö är det. Något barn förstår fasövergången mellan flytande till fast. Att is smälter av värme vet barnen och de förstår att temperaturen har betydelse. Däremot visar barnen inte ett tydligt tecken på att de förstår innebörden i avdunstning med vatten i flytande form som övergår till vatten i gasform. Barnen visar ingen förståelse för fenomenet kondensation. 

 

 

Nyckelord: förskolan, regn, snö, yngre barn

Abstract [en]

Abstract

 

The investigation in this study is about preschool children's ideas about precipitation and different forms of precipitation. Through qualitative interviews shows the children's ideas about precipitation. In the survey interviewed eight preschool children in the aged three to five years.

 

The result which has been interpreted is that children's perception of snow and rain is that it comes from heaven. The majority of the children know that rain is water. They do not associate clouds with precipitation. The children understand that ice is the solid form of water but not that snow is that. One of the children understands the phase transition between liquid to solid. That the ice is melting in heat understand the children and they understand that the temperature is significant. However the children show no clear signs that they understand the meaning of evaporation, that there is water in liquid form which is put into water in gaseous form. The children show no understanding of the phenomenon of condensation.

 

 Keywords: preschool, rain, snow, younger children

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2012. , 18 p.
Keyword [en]
preschool, rain, snow, younger children
Keyword [sv]
förskolan, regn, snö, yngre barn
National Category
Natural Sciences
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-11705Local ID: LP-174OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-11705DiVA: diva2:504088
Subject / course
Teacher Education - Science and Engineering
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Uppsok
Life Earth Science
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Available from: 2012-09-20 Created: 2012-02-17 Last updated: 2012-09-20Bibliographically approved

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