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Arts and Culture - Art (Choice A)
Assignment 01
Student 50227335
Jeandri van Zyl
Unique Code: 833253
Semester 1: 740713

A) Introduction

1) Discuss the role of Art Education and the outcome of a quality art program.
1.1) The role of Art Education
1.2) Outcomes of a Quality Art Programme
2) Name and discuss the development of perceptual development in the Intermediate and Senior learners through: * Experience * Visual Stimuli
2.1) Experience
2.2) visual Stimuli 3) Define the concept creativity and discuss the characteristics of a creative/artistic person 3.1) Define the concept creativity 3.2) the characteristics of a creative/artistic person

4) Explain the importance of artistic excursion for the motivation of
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(J Nel & Dr RM Odendaal, 2003. Professional studies, Art and Culture)

All of the above points represent the outcome of what learners should be able to do at the end of a learning experience. These specific outcomes enable learners to cope with everyday life. If these outcomes are obtained by learners, they have an opportunity to release their potential through various learning strategies.

During the intermediate and senior phase, teachers must provide learners with a wider and more advance programme in order for the learners to gain more opportunities and skill developments.
It is particularly important for teachers to ensure that the breadth, depth, access and entailment skills are developed by the learners to make critical choices during the FET phase.(J Nel & Dr RM Odendaal, 2003. Professional studies, Art and Culture)

Art Education in school equips and helps learners discover their full potential and talents. This is not only important during choices that need to be made during school, but also during critical choices in the “real world”. During the intermediate and senior phase, it is important for teachers to develop essential thinking skills in learners, attitude developments, as well as helping them understand their role

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