Departmental Bulletin Paper A new teaching methodology of Art based in the Japanese concept of expression and the Spanish concept of appreciation. : Methodological Model of Spanish Artistic Appreciation: Learning children’s own culture through Art. An experience visiting Museum Sorolla with kindergarten children.

Pastor Matamoros, Sofia  ,  Sumi, Atsushi

10pp.43 - 52 , 2015-12 , 富山大学人間発達科学部附属人間発達科学研究実践総合センター
Comparing the study of Spanish and Japanese textbooks, relating to the subject of “Artistic, Plastic and Visual Education”, one reaches the basic conclusion that the Spanish model is focused on the teaching of artistic appreciation, whereas the Japanese model is based on the children’s expressive development. Seeing how both models are complementary in their scope of the subject’s instruction, I have determined, by means of studying the reality of Japanese and Spanish schools, to design a methodological plan of artistic education based on the balance between Japanese expression and Spanish appreciation starting from each model’s strong points and good practices. This is the first in a series of four codependent articles that will endow the investigation with a global sense of improvement of Artistic Education through the importation of good international practices adapted to a new context, with a common benefit for both countries. In this specific article the teaching methodology of Spanish artistic appreciation is analyzed via the study of a global early childhood, through actual Artistic Education on the northern part of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. This “good practice” model will take us closer to the Spanish reality in the realm of artistic appreciation Education.

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