TekstUra

TekstUra 5

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The fifth number of TekstUra is dedicated to Croatian literature. Apart from texts of contemporary Croatian authors, you can also read reportage about Serbian Gymnasium in Budapest, statistics on literature programme of fourth grade of gymnasiums, how many works should be read and how much is necessary for this, recommendations of publishers: Arhipelag and Clio. The same as in previous issues, we bring new and different interpretations draw attention to the way of working with pupils today and imagine what the schools and their libraries will look like in future.

We would like our readers to take this issue and the previous ones as an invitation to make better the schools in which we work/learn.

TekstUra 4

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Group 484 published the fourth issue of TekstUra magazine. The same as in previous issues, TekstUra brings articles whose objective is to problematize and review the position and practice of teaching literature in high schools. Our intention is to point to the discrepancy between officially set goals and what is happening in practice. We are determined that the literature needs to be changed and that we must talk about it, and that in this moment there is not enough room nor initiative for this in public.

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TekstUra 3

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Group 484 published the third issue of the magazine TekstUra. TekstUra, magazine for literature in schools and starting point for neighbourly literature, is intended to teachers, professionals, librarians and other who are, by nature of their work, interested in the position of literature in high school/gymnasium education. Of course, we openly wish also pupils (high school/gymnasium) and students to read TekstUra with pleasure.

TekstUra 2

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Group 484 published the second issue of the magazine TekstUra. TekstUra, magazine for literature in schools and starting point for neighbourly literature, is intended to teachers, professionals, librarians and other who are, by nature of their work, interested in the position of literature in high school/gymnasium education. Of course, we openly wish also pupils (high school/gymnasium) and students to read TekstUra with pleasure.

TekstUra will focus on the role of literature in moral development of youth and society as a whole, for literature as a field of acknowledging general human value, but also literature as means of indoctrination.

TekstUra 1

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TekstUra, magazine for literature in schools and starting point for neighbourly literature, is intended to teachers, professionals, librarians and other who are, by nature of their work, interested in the position of literature in high school/gymnasium education. Of course, we openly wish also pupils (high school/gymnasium) and students to read TekstUra with pleasure.

TekstUra will be focused on the role of literature in moral development of youth and society as a whole, for literature as a field of acknowledging general human value, but also literature as means of indoctrination. The authors of TekstUra will aim at researching complex and dynamic relationship of literature work and time in which it is created or interpreted, recommending the works of neighbouring authors to the attention of readers, above all contemporary literary production in the languages of Balkans nations, which has the capacity for universal literary goals – aesthetic, ethic and cognitive.

The authors of TekstUra specially care about literary works which by their wits break the stereotypes on boring books and bad others in the fastest and most efficient way, as well as the works which (conditionally) could have been written in other places…which can produce mirror effect, as they undoubtedly demonstrate that the impression on bad particularities is often the consequence of ignorance, inexperience, and wrong beliefs.

TekstUra should be complimentary, working material for teachers, librarians, professionals   and young people interested in changes in the society, especially in education directed at understanding and accepting others.

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