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Черемисинова Л. И. Art dialogues on Literature Reading Classes. Izvestiya of Saratov University. New Series. Series: Educational Acmeology. Developmental Psychology, 2016, vol. , iss. 1, pp. 86-?. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18500/2304-9790-2016-5-1-86-89


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Art dialogues on Literature Reading Classes

Abstract: 

The article deals with the issue of integrative (poly-artistic) approach to the study of literary writing in primary school based on the priority recognition of the aesthetic basis of the work and on the establishment of dialogic relationships between different kinds of art during the analysis of the literary text. The author calls attention to the implementation peculiarities of the art dialogue idea in a textbooks of literature readings, he also reveals the basic functions of appliance of related arts works on literature reading classes, as well as the features of literature and painting interaction. Textbook writers teach pupils to read the language of a painting (take notice of the color palette, the composition, the contents, the meaning of the title, the mood and so forth). They encourage children to express their feelings, emotions caused by the work of art. Nevertheless, for the full perception of a painting (reproduction) and an illustration it is necessary to encourage the students to reflect on the meaning of the use of certain image methods and on the specifics of fine arts tools, as well as to teach to compare the language of the picture with the language of the literature.

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