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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Menotyra / History and theory of arts (H003)
Author(s): Nakvosas, Algirdas
Title: Heraldika kaip pagalbinis visuminio pažinimo ugdymo pagrindas VII – VIII klasių moksleivių popamokinėje veikloje
Other Title: Heraldy as the auxiliary key for completeness knowledge and education in the pupil's out-of-school activities
Extent: 101 p.
Date: 26-May-2005
Keywords: heraldy;military forces;mažasis herbas;heraldika;karinė emblema;emblemos;Lietuvos kariuomenė;skiriamieji tarnybų ženklai;skiriamųjų ženklų kompoziciniai tipai
Abstract: This study comprises the basic of Heraldy and Military insignia of the Lithuanian Armed Forces and the other signs used in the Military. The first part of the study introduces the evolution of the military insignia used at the interwar time by Lithuanian Military Corps and nowadays modern Military insignia as well. Military Heraldy describes and represents the kind of Military Forces, Military corps, specialization even the country that the Military corps belong to. Also reflects the short details of country’s history and culture. Taking the artistical approach understanding of the Military insignia is related to the fine arts (painting, sculpture and graphics) to art of computer graphics (scanning, installation, composition) and communication (information delivery). Insignia of the Lithuanian Armed Forces are created according the rules of Heraldy and confirmed by the commission of the Lithuanian Heraldy. Second part of the study analyses the cumulate material by the angle of the assumption of art cognition. Creation of the Military insignia requires deep knowledge and of art and good skills in practice. Such as tune-up of metal and colour, detail compositions are highly required. Colours and metals are usually selected regarding the Military inheritance. If the Military corps are named on the name of one of the great duke’s of Lithuania, than the colours and metals are taken from the duke’s family blazon. Third part of the study describes the pedagogical experiment. Adaptability of the comulate material to the pupil‘s out-of-school activities. The cumulate and analysed material suites to history subject by its content. It is conducive to bind it to the art subject as well. Using the metod of pedagogical experiment cumulate material is applicable to pupil‘s out-of-school activities. The primary questioning and picking of statistical information was done first. It gave as the reason to do the assumption that pupil of this exact age, their parents and teachers expressed their free will answering the questionnaire and would like to have the knowledge of the Heraldy and Military insignia in the pupil’s out-of-school activities. The possibility of psychological effect using Heraldy was research as well as the possibility of pedagogical use of Heraldy. Finaly the experiment was performed. The results of the pedagogical experiment let as think that practice of this study organising pedagogical proces at school helps pupil to perceive pithy attendance, present and future of our historical and aesthetical world.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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