Through Art, it is our aim to educate our students to be creative, self-confident, productive, and aesthetically developed individuals. Although Art is a field that is considered within the whole of general education, it has its own educational laws and methods. In this course, our students express themselves in the process of perception, thinking and physical actions.
For this reason, Arts and Crafts education at Near East Primary School is not just for show or to pass time but actually a serious and productive activity.
- Every child is creative.
- Every child has individual differences.
- In practice, two- and three- dimensional studies are given.
- Our lesson is not considered to be a field of continuous practice of other lessons.
- They are interesting.
- Harmful factors are avoided.
- Our lessons are appropriate to our students’ levels and needs.
- Theoretical information is given during the study.
Scope of the Course
- Two-dimensional studies (linear-coloured)
- Three-dimensional studies (modelling-design)
- Famous artists and works
How the course is taught
- Giving the topic
- Explaining the field of study.
- Explaining the objectives and behaviours
- Complete pre-course preparations
- Guidance for preparing the student
- Working on the topic.
- Completing the work and leaving the area clean
- The originality of the work.
- The ability to take, apply and analyse what is given.
- Power of expression.
- Ability to use time, tools and equipment.
- Interest in the work and the ability to give themselves to the work they do.
- Ability to work in an organised way.
- General development (whether they progress during their studies)
At the Near East Primary School, the arts and crafts educational activity is carried out according to the principles, scope, processing and evaluation of the lesson.