Case Study Of A Child To Love The Art Of Drawing

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Case Study
According to (Ya-Huei,2014), It is natural for a child to love the art of drawing. It is stated that children’s work on a whole reflects their feelings, thoughts, and actions circling in their minds. The purpose of the study is to critically assess a student who displays a high level of interest in Visual Arts. The data was collected through interviews with parents, teacher and the student. After a few months of studying and collection, the results found that: 1) the drawings reflected the child’s imagination, 2) the drawings were of the things in relation to his life, 3) the drawings reflected his feelings about what he sees.
Introduction
(Ya-Huei,2014) also stated that children naturally enjoy drawing. There drawings are typically simple and straightforward which reflects their psychological condition. At the early stages of childhood, children’s drawings are equivalent to their language, and
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Therefore, in the process of understanding children’s drawings, words that demonstrate personal or social functions are key factors in determining children’s nature and their early symbolic development. Thus, drawings are children’s behavioural and dialectical expressions, and their mental and ideological presentations. Children’s drawings typically exhibit personal meaning, and present various image manifestations and styles. Although children are designated as “little artists,” few studies have examined the images portrayed in children’s drawings.
Objective
This case study is about a young boy named John Miller. I observed him in his classroom at the St. Mary Academy for children. He is 8 years old, has a young brother and lives with his mother and his father. The study focuses primarily on the child’s drawings that were collected to determine his artistic development.
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