Associative thinking in the development of art-creative synesthesia of younger pupils

Рахманова, Оксана Кахрамонівна (2017) Associative thinking in the development of art-creative synesthesia of younger pupils Науковий часопис Національного пед. Універс. ім. М.П. Драгоманова.. pp. 11-115.

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Abstract

The paper deals with actualization of artistic and creative synaesthetic perception of elementary schoolchildren in theory and in artistic practice of pedagogical education. The phenomenon and process of development of associative thinking as a component of artistic and creative synaesthetic perception of elementary schoolchildren is considered. In particular, attention is focused on methodical techniques and task blocks for the development of artistic and creative synaesthetic perception. Associative thinking has a synthetic character and embraces analytical and emotionally expressive elements, accumulates other processes and their properties: perception, emotionality, aesthetic judgments, imagination and fantasy of elementary schoolchildren. The study concluded that the development of associative thinking affects the emotional sphere, promotes studying of the language and means of various arts, stimulates artistic and creative synaesthetic perception and self-expression of elementary schoolchildren. Therefore, artistic and creative synaesthetic perception acts as a special form of non-verbal metaphorical thinking, which is related with associative processes.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: association; associative thinking; synesthesia; artistic and creative synesthesia; junior high school students.
Subjects: Articles in journals > Фахові (входять до переліку фахових, затверджений МОН)
Divisions: Institutes > University College > Циклова комісія музики і хореографії
Depositing User: викладач Оксана Кахрамонівна Рахманова
Date Deposited: 09 Dec 2019 08:11
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2019 08:11
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/29643

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