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World culture course content

The course of world culture at the secondary (complete) General education is aimed at familiarizing with the outstanding achievements of art in different historical periods in different countries. It does not contain a full enumeration of all phenomena of world art and culture, but through some of the most outstanding monuments of architecture, visual arts, literature, music, theatre, or creative work of one master, to show socio-cultural dominant of the era, its main artistic idea.

Subject JHC integrative in its essence, therefore, the principle of integration lies in the basis of the course and is the principle of creation of the program. Comprehensively studied the domestic and foreign artistic culture and different kinds of art: visual, literature, music, theatre, etc.

The principle of historicism allows you to show the patterns of development of world art and culture, provides an understanding of the dependence of artistic phenomena from the phenomena of social life.

The principle of relying on creative method allows you to deploy the ongoing development of various arts in their ideological and artistic relationships, to identify spiritual, moral and aesthetic dominants of time. Reveals the ideological and aesthetic reasons of the emergence and change of creative methods: classicism, romanticism, realism, symbolism, surrealism, etc.

Distribution of material is carried out according to the territorial principle, which allows to show the system of values operates, every nation, being the carrier of a certain religious and cultural traditions. The course is kept linear logic of historical development of culture from primitive world to the twentieth century. An important role for the development of students ‘ ability to understand the logic of the historical development of ideological processes and generated various art systems and styles.

The course allows you to realize the uniqueness and originality of different cultures, teaches students to perceive the world as “the world worlds” in which every culture has a place; creates a positive life values and their own ideological position.

The course at MCC at the secondary (full) General education at the profile level in its relationship with the objectives of the profilisation of education and the organization of pre-University training of students. It assumes not only the volume capacity of course, but also the formation of higher requirements to level of preparation of students, develop their skills, personal qualities and motivation necessary to successfully pursue studies in higher education.

The proposed program at the secondary (full) General education at the profile level designed for 210 hours: in X and XI classes in 105 hours, at the rate of 3 hours per week.

The program consists of two parts. In the first part (10) studied art and culture from ancient times to the New time. In the second part (11) examines the literary culture of the periods of “New era – the 20th century”. It also included material on Russian art and culture.

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Traditional Japanese prints of the genre "Flowers and birds" (Cacho-e) the great Japanese artist Ohara Koson. Cacho-e is a Japanese term used for all prints and print editions, United by…

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World culture course content
The course of world culture at the secondary (complete) General education is aimed at familiarizing with the outstanding achievements of art in different historical periods in different countries. It does…

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