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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pickering, John M.
Visual education in the primary school.
London, B.T. Batsford; New York, Watson-Guptill Publications 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John M Pickering
|Description:||87 pages illustrations (some color) 21 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Tactile and textural experiences : Scribble and its development ; Texture in the environment ; Man-made textures ; Sorting and understanding textural qualities ; Extension of vocabulary ; Tactile experiment (two-dimensional work from touch experience) ; Sound ; Photographic aids ; Possible lines of development --
pt. 2. The implication of time in children's work : Innate ability ; Early kinetic experiences ; Time sequence in children's drawings ; Apparent motion ; Actual motion ; Clues of motion in pictures ; Change of identity ; Vocabulary based on motion and time ; Imaginative approach ; Movement of the observer ; Mobiles ; Summary and possible lines of development --
pt. 3. The implication of space in children's work : Two-dimensional aspects of space ; Further developments of two-dimensional work ; Transparency (cut away, section drawings) ; Constructional play ; Recognition of shapes ; Shapes that fit together ; Environments ; Possible areas of development --
pt. 4. Light and colour : Colour in the work of young children ; Light and colour ; Reflections ; Matching and comparison of colour ; Colour collections ; Two-dimensional aspects ; Summary and possible lines of development.
|Responsibility:||[by] John M. Pickering.|