This research aims to find out the effect of gender and school factors on students’ choice of color in free style drawing in learning color theory in the Middle School visual art class. With this purpose a study was conducted on 5th grade students. This study includes fifth grade students in Batman 16 Mayis Middle School and Private Batman Doga Middle School in the city of Batman. This research is application oriented and carried out during the 2012-2013 academic year. A sample is drawn from a total of 100 students that includes 59 public school students and 41 private school students. All students participated in the research are given prior training on color theory. As part of the research each student is required to submit both a free style drawing and a color theory application. The data is collected through the semi-structured interview methods. When measuring the effect of gender and school factors on color choice in free style drawing in learning color theory the researcher has developed a six question open ended semi- structured interview form under the expert guidance. The qualitative analysis of the data obtained by the semi- structured interview forms reveals the following results. When measuring the color choice in free style drawing it is found that female students are more careful, selective of color, and successful in the completion of drawing interpretation than male students. When measuring the color choice in free style drawing it is found that private school students are more careful, selective of color, and successful in the completion of drawing interpretation than public school students.
The Effect Of Gender And School Factors On Students’ Choice Of Color In Free Style Drawing In Learning Color Theory In The Visual Arts Lesson In 5th Grade
|Author :||Süleyman Akgün - F.Evren Daşdağ|
|Number of pages:||56-70|