ANALYZING CHILDREN’S RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL ARTWORKS
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
- Environmental artworksregarded as one of the forms of communication, educational powers as social, creative, and cultural texts in children (Pauly, 2003)
- Outdoors- sculptures, statues, murals, etc.
Visual images possess inherent qualities that can be useful in teaching and learning
- In 2007, Creative Arts subject was introduced to the Basic School curriculum- to foster creativity, exhibit their inherent skills, and make pupils understand their environment (Anamuah-Mensah,2002)
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