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  1. 1. Competences and TheirDevelopment in the Topic “Art” Alina Rumyantseva group 753
  2. 2. Competences
  3. 3. General Scientific Competence Art as a part of general education.
  4. 4. Instrumental Competence Students should be ready to speak to foreigners on different topics and understand them
  5. 5. Social, Personal and General Cultural Competence
  6. 6. Esthetic Education the science of beautiful (A. Baumgarten) the attempt to understand our experiences of and the concepts we use to talk about objects that we find perceptually interesting and attractive (Crawford) the synthesis of what one already knows, feels, and desires with what the subject offers (Rosenblatt) an intentional undertaking designed to nurture appreciative, reflective, cultural, participatory engagements with the arts by enabling learners to notice what is there to be noticed, and to lend works of art their lives in such a way that they can achieve them as variously meaningful. When this happens, new connections are made in experience: new patterns are formed, new vistas are opened. Persons see differently, resonate differently… (M. Greene)
  7. 7. Joseph Mallord William Turner(23 April 1775 – 19 December 1851)  Romantic painter {  Marine and landscape artist
  8. 8. The Snow Storm
  9. 9. The Shipwreck
  10. 10. The Fighting Temeraire
  11. 11. Thanks for Your Attention!