The landscape painting interpretation based on “barrier-free” & “barrier” visualization techniques

International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities

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Title The landscape painting interpretation based on “barrier-free” & “barrier” visualization techniques
Creator Pozdeeva, Svetlana I.
Subject barrier technique
barrier-free technique
cooperative activity
educational communication
painting interpretation
Description The process of painting interpretation handling and text writing resulted in insufficient attention to children’s live speech; the teacher guided their activities, and individual interpretation of a painting is blocked by “barriers,” such as rigid teacher instructions, sample descriptive texts, and the like. The experimental technique was recognized based on establishing open educational communication between the teacher and pupils at the lesson, where primacy and value of the painting worked as a visual image. The research represented the comparative analysis of children’s texts. The results were as follows: first,  comparison of text drafts and final versions describing the painting; second, third, analysis of pupils’ worksheets for comparing two paintings; fourth,  analysis of individual memos. The research concluded that the “barrier” technique, where pupils should respond on already prepared text, resulted in less detailed statements with fewer figurative expressions, and also increased the similarity of the texts, that was “leveling up” of perception and vision of the painting by children. “Barrier-free” technique ran effectively because it helped children build educational and personal communication.
Publisher Universidad Tecnica de Manabi
Date 2020-08-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source International journal of social sciences and humanities; Vol. 4 No. 2: Special Issue on Organization for Educational Communication and Technologies (OECT) 2020; 1-12
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International journal of social sciences and humanities

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