By Charlotte Gerlings
Книга-альбом на английском языке, посвященная великим художникам всех времен и народов. Издание представляет сливки европейского изобразительного искусства, начиная от Фра Анджелико и заканчивая Энди Уорхолом, представляя искусство с thirteen века по настоящий день. По каждому художнику дается краткая биографическая справка и приводятся 2 художественных произведения.100 nice Artists provides the cream of ecu portray, from Fra Angelico to Whistler, from the paintings of the 13th century to the trendy day. fantastically designed, the choice is meant to take readers on a wide-ranging trip to bare how the culture of the eu portray was once re-interpreted in numerous destinations, from the recent global to the a ways East.For the main half, best exponents proficient, encouraged or inspired each other, and throughtout this booklet the reader will locate stimulating and worthwhile connections to augment their appreciation of those inventive relationships. prepared alphabetically , a hundred nice Artists represents a visible and thought-provoking deal with for an individual drawn to western painting.Each access includes a perceptive remark, a time-line to #96;place#96; the artwork inside of its old conext, and full-colour photos.
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One senses immediately that soon one baby will ‘test’ a ball on the second baby’s head or back. When this does indeed occur the practitioner subtly places her hand where the baby can ‘test’ the errant ball, gently showing him what is permissible and what is not, while allowing the exploratory play to continue. All these babies are exploring their worlds – the people, objects and materials in them, their properties and reactions. The main messages from research about how babies and young children learn are that: * * * they are actively making sense of the world literally through their senses – through seeing, hearing, touching, smelling and tasting; their ability to explore and experiment increases as they become physically more able; they engage in proto-conversations (taking turns at making noises and meaningful gestures) and later in conversations using the languages they have heard around them with familiar adults and children; 16 TRICIA DAVID AND SACHA POWELL * * * * they observe behaviour, mimic modelling by others, can join in fantasy play and become ‘mind readers’ who, by age 2, know what makes others ‘tick’; they need warm, sensitive relationships in which they are accepted and loved unconditionally; they need opportunities to observe and to interact with other children; their ability to learn is impaired by severe deprivation, exposure to violent or frightening experiences, extreme lack of stimulation or too much adult direction, too little opportunity to engage from choice with people and objects and too much extraneous noise (for example from a television that is never switched off).
2005) Play in the early years: the influence of cultural difference, in J. ) The Excellence of Play (2nd edn). Maidenhead: Open University Press. , Powell, S. and Abbott, A. (2003) Birth to Three Matters: A Review of the Literature. London: DfES. , Barrie`re, I. and Lambirth, A. (2000) Making Sense of Early Literacy: A Practitioner’s Perspective. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books. Department for Education and Employment/QCA (2000) Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage. London: DfEE. Department for Education and Skills (2003) Birth to Three Matters.
Importantly, many of those goals reflect skills and dispositions, for example, self-confidence, self-esteem and making relationships; imagination; expressing and communicating ideas; and moving with confidence and imagination (see also Chapter 11). We need to try to focus on those, rather than on ‘bits’ of knowledge. What of teaching children to read and write? Changes to the literacy strategy, brought about after a recent review (Rose 2006), mean that FS teachers will be under pressure to teach a programme of synthetic phonics to children by the time they are 5years-old.
100 Great Artists. A Visual Journey from Fra Angelico to Andy Warhol by Charlotte Gerlings