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Title:Avtoportret kot likovno-didaktična spodbuda pri grafičnem ustvarjanju
Authors:Aman, Katarina (Author)
Herzog, Jerneja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Stančič, Zora (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Magistrsko delo z naslovom Avtoportret kot likovno-didaktična spodbuda pri grafičnem ustvarjanju je ločeno na dva dela. V prvem delu smo raziskali področje grafike, tako z zgodovinskega kot s tehničnega vidika. Postavili smo okvir slovenske grafike, katero želimo približati učiteljem in še posebno učencem. Raziskali smo ciljno zastavljenost slovenske umetnosti v učnem načrtu in kako je v njem predvideno spoznavanje likovnega področja grafike v osnovni šoli. Nadalje smo natančneje raziskali motiv avtoportreta s poudarkom na slovenski grafični umetnosti. Izpostavili in predstavili smo slovenske grafike, ki se reprezentirajo z grafičnim avtoportretom. Njihova dela smo kasneje uporabili za učno motivacijo in gradivo pri spoznavanju grafičnih tehnik pri pouku likovne umetnosti v vseh razredih osnovne šole. Raziskava je bila opravljena na izbrani osnovni šoli, kjer smo pri pouku likovne umetnosti izvedli grafično nalogo, jo likovno ovrednotili in izvedli anketo, vezano na potek učne ure, likovno nalogo in obravnavano učno snov. Z raziskavo smo želeli analizirati odnos učencev do motiva avtoportreta, do likovnega področja in slovenske umetnosti ter njihovo preferiranje grafičnih tehnik z možnostjo izvajanja le-teh pri pouku likovne umetnosti v slovenskih osnovnih šolah. Rezultati raziskave kažejo na velik interes za slovensko likovno umetnost in hkrati tudi za raznolikost grafičnih tehnik pri pouku likovne umetnosti.
Keywords:Grafika, avtoportret, slovenska umetnost, osnovna šola, likovna umetnost, grafične tehnike.
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[K. Aman]
Source:Maribor
UDC:37.091.3:76.041.53(043.2)
COBISS_ID:23271944 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:OGHE6S72
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:The Self-Portrait as a Prompt for Printmaking in Art Education
Abstract:Master's thesis entitled »The Self-Portrait as a Prompt for Printmaking in Art Education« consists of two parts. In the first part we dealt with the field of printmaking, both from historical and from technical points of view. We made a historical overview of Slovenian printmaking, which we wish to present to teachers and especially to students. We explored the extent to which learning about Slovenian art is represented as a goal in curriculum and how curriculum dictates learning about printmaking in primary school. We researched motif of self-portrait, focusing on self-portrait in Slovenian printmaking. We presented Slovenian printmakers who authored self-portraits and we used their artworks during art education in all classes of primary school, both as a teaching motivation and as presented examples. We carried out our research at a chosen primary school, where we conducted printmaking lessons, evaluated student's artworks and carried out a survey. Survey contained questions about lesson, art exercise and subject matter. We wanted to analyze students' relation to motif of self-portrait, to printmaking and to Slovenian art. We also wanted to analyze their preferences for different printmaking techniques and possibilities of using different printmaking techniques in Slovenian primary schools. Results of our research have shown that students have great interest in Slovenian art and also for the usage of different printmaking techniques during art education classes.
Keywords:Printmaking, Self-Portrait, Slovenian Art, Primary School, Fine Art, Printmaking Techniques.


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