Szaleństwo jako sposób działań polonistycznych
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. 71, Studia at Didacticam Litterarum Polonarum et Linguae Polonae Pertinentia 1 (2010), s. -173
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The opening section of the article is a description of ten non-typical, provocative openings of the lesson. In his commentary, the author states that he purposefully damages the form of the lesson to get the pupils interest and to make them think. Some of the projects contain elements of parody, stylization, references to a cabaret, and unbiased literary play. The following section presents the inspirations for these strange ideas. The author quotes commentaries by Tatarkiewicz, Rudniański, Pietrasiński, Dymara, Gloton, and Clero, concerning artistic creation; he recalls the opinions of Nowakowski, who treated a lesson as a game; he mentions De Bono’s “lateral thinking”; he also recalls the contexts connected with modern art, theatrical plays, and music and visual arts avant-garde. In the conclusion of the article, as an example, the author enumerates the identities of a chair, and quotes the corresponding poem by Herbert (Chairs).