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  1. 1. LLP - COMENIUS PARTNERSHIP - August2 013 July 2015 Teaching Art & Art Talking Meeting in Spain 9-14 october 2013 Teaching Art in Italian School
  2. 2. COMENIUS PARTNERSHIP - August 2013 July 2015 - I.C. Bruno Munari Rome (Italy) In Italian School Guidelines, Art is an element of the so-called expressive activities. These are meant to express ideas , emotions and experiences through pictures, music and gestures. Expressive activities take part of the pupils social, cognitive and cultural development. They encompasse values based on the respect for differences and for the surrounding environment and they take great role in the development of childrens personality.
  3. 3. COMENIUS PARTNERSHIP - August 2013 July 2015 - I.C. Bruno Munari Rome (Italy) Art education falls into three areas: creating observing reacting Art enhances creativity, self-expression and critical abilities. Through art, children develop their talents, they explore different techniques and ways of expression, they learn to observe and train their visual, spatial and tactile senses. Because of these characteristic, art education extends beyond specific lessons and has a great role in othersubjects.
  4. 4. COMENIUS PARTNERSHIP - August 2013 July 2015 - I.C. Bruno Munari Rome (Italy) Art education allows children to undestand the man-made and the natural environment that surrounds them. It raise their awareness of the artistic and cultural heritage, and develops their eastethic perceptions also throgh the reading and understanding of artistic concepts and works.
  5. 5. COMENIUS PARTNERSHIP - August 2013 July 2015 - I.C. Bruno Munari Rome (Italy) Art syllabus is based on laboratorial approach. Through practical activities pupils develop their skills of observation, description and comprehension of art works. It is of great importance that pupils learn the basic elements of picture language and that they make direct experience of art by visiting museums and monuments. Besides, it is essential that they have geographical, historical and cultural references to better understand the styles and fuctions of different artistic productions.
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  19. 19. Grazie Merci Gracias Obrigado Efharisto Thank you Danke Dank