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SYSTEM OF EDUCATION IN NORTH MACEDONIA, ITS CHANGES AND OBSTACLES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS AS AN ESSENTIAL FACTOR FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING OF FIRST-GRADE PUPILS AN ANALYSIS OF THE TEACHING MATERIAL OF THE FIRST GRADE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF NORTH MACEDONIA

Jeta Hani Alla

Abstract


It is not only Corona virus that makes harder the teaching process. Teaching materials as well. First grade pupils of primary schools in North Macedonia face up with a bunch of teaching material which is not so adequate for their age. Through a comparative method and qualitative data this research emphasizes the complexed and non-properly designed teaching material that children of the first grade schools in North Macedonia use for their development (academic learning), keeping in mind the not regulated system of Kindergartens and other factors that influence the teaching process. Even though children of this grade (other grades as well) in primary school have books that are designed in accordance with “Cambridge schooling system” my recommendations are for a softener – teaching material, a process of teaching “new things” step by step (having a logical flow of transmitting new information), whereas taking as a sample German books would be perfect match for our system of education, especially for our children/pupils.

Keywords: Coronavirus, teaching material, academic learning, primary school, pupils, forumZFD, Germany-Bavaria zone, North Macedonia, etc.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i3.2175

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i3.2175.g2583

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