ABOUT AN INTEGRATING FUNCTION OF MODERN SCIENCES TO UNDERSTAND THE ESSENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PHENOMENONJournal: GAMTAMOKSLINIS UGDYMAS / NATURAL SCIENCE EDUCATION (Vol.5, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2008-12-05
Authors : Eleonora Melnik;
Page : 4-5
Keywords : modern environment; multicomponent system;
The modern person lives in conditions of a new environment in which the share of a natural basis is reduced. There is a falling interest of young generation to studying and research of the nature. The modern environment is multicomponent system. The natural, public and modified components are included in the structure of the environment. Teaching / learning subjects of a school natural science cycle – biology, geography, physics and chemistry have connections not only in the theoretical plan, but also a uniform basis of the empirical character (scientific supervision, measurement, experiment etc.). The interaction of the theory and practice during knowledge of an environment enables pupils to analyze the World as a whole. The combination of pupils' knowledge and their dialogue with natural objects in a concrete and real environment, allows them not only to observe, describe and analyze different situations, but also to predict and design further development of such situations.
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