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https://doi.org/10.32914/i.54.1-2.9

CHILDREN´S GRAPHICAL RECORDS AS UNIVERSAL NON-VERBAL MESSAGES – SELECTED PROBLEMS

Ewa Piwowarska ; Jan Dlugosz University, Czestochow, Poland


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Abstract

Non-verbal communication depends on children’s experiences and knowledge. In artistic activity the richer one’s experiences are that are related to art workshop, the greater is that per-son’s the ability to transmit information about the world, both real and notional, fantastic, which is within the scope of interest of a young creator. The aim of planned research was: to determine ways of creating graphical records by children in preschool and early school age, as universal non-verbal messages. In the research proceedings it was important to define ways of presenting particular issues and types of perspective the children used in particular tasks. Additionally, the symbols were important that were used by children to underline the power of expression. Artistic works of children at preschool age are a creation of both the presence and the future and expression of psychical state. The artistic means used in art works are significant because they reveal logic of children’s thinking, feeling and knowledge the children have.

Keywords

children, non-verbal messages, drawing, kindergarten

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252192

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/252192

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