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dc.contributor.authorMiškinytė, Rugilė-
dc.contributor.authorVilkienė, Loreta-
dc.date.accessioned2020-09-02T07:37:11Z-
dc.date.available2020-09-02T07:37:11Z-
dc.date.issued2020-
dc.identifier.issn2029-0551lt
dc.identifier.urihttps://doi.org/10.15823/p.2020.138.4lt
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/109818-
dc.description.abstractStraipsnyje aprašomas tyrimas, kurio tikslas – išsiaiškinti, koks yra kelių mažų Lietuvos miestų 11 klasių mokinių gimtosios lietuvių kalbos žodyno dydis, be to, siekiama jį palyginti su Vilniaus mokinių rezultatais ieškant atsakymo į klausimą, ar gyvenamoji vieta daro įtaką mokinių žodyno dydžiui. Taip pat pateikiama įžvalgų, kurie sociolingvistiniai veiksniai daro įtaką mokinių žodyno dydžiui. Tyrimui pasirinkta patogioji imtis. Analizuojant duomenis atliktas T testas ir regresinė analizė.lt
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this research was to measure the vocabulary size of native speakers of Lithuanian language attending the 11th grade in small cities and to compare the results with the research conducted in Vilnius schools. This paper aimed to find out whether the place of residence and the gender factor have a statistically significant influence on the size of the vocabulary and discover if any sociolinguistic factors can impact it. The research material consisted of 242 responses given to a sociolinguistic survey and vocabulary size test. T-test and regression analysis were applied in the research. The results of the study indicated that the average vocabulary of an 11th grade student consists of approximately 51,400 lemmas. Vilnius school students have an average vocabulary size of about 52,800 lemmas; the vocabulary size of small towns students is lower – 50,000 lemmas. The T-test statistical analysis has revealed that the difference in the mean size of the vocabulary across genders is statistically significant (p = 0,011). It was found out that the vocabulary size of students living in Vilnius is statistically significantly bigger than that of students in the smaller cities (p = 0,002). The regression analysis indicated that gender can affect the vocabulary size. The analysis showed statistical significance (p = 0,004) that watching movies in the Lithuanian language can impact the vocabulary size of students living in small towns.lt
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dc.relation.ispartofPedagogika, 2020, t. 138, nr. 2, p. 61-79lt
dc.rightsSutarties data 2019-03-22, nr. A1915, laisvai prieinamas internetelt
dc.subjectŽodyno dydislt
dc.subjectGimtakalbislt
dc.subjectLietuvių kalbalt
dc.subject11 klasės mokinyslt
dc.subjectLyties veiksnyslt
dc.subjectVocabulary sizelt
dc.subjectNative speakerlt
dc.subjectLithuanian languagelt
dc.subject11th grade studentlt
dc.subjectGender factorlt
dc.title11 klasių mokinių gimtosios lietuvių kalbos žodyno dydislt
dc.title.alternativeThe size of the native Lithuanian vocabulary of the 11th grade studentslt
dc.typeStraipsnis / Articlelt
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