Representations of Quranic Stories in Children's Drawings

  • Baydaa Kadhim Oleiw Directorate of Education Babylon.
Keywords: Implications, Quranic stories, Children's fees

Abstract

The art of drawing one of the important means used by man to express his feelings and thoughts and needs and inclinations relations of lines and spaces, colors and shapes in multiple formats aesthetic.

Art began with the early origins of man, primitive man was painted on the walls of caves layouts to express his ideas to others, and with the evolution and the emergence of civilizations and then the descent of the divine religions successive, including the Islamic religion, which has taken a number of the many methods to achieve the goals and religious purposes, which came for it the story was one of the most important of these methods, as replete with Quranic texts with many diverse stories, and the importance of those stories in the socialization of children, because they represent the basic building block of society, where the mayors educators to employ them within the educational tools because they represent the tolerant Islamic religion in general principles. Hence it identified the problem of current research follows by asking: What are the representations of Quranic stories in the children's drawings?

. Find the four chapters have been included, and are as follows:

Chapter One included a research problem and the importance of research and the need for it, then the aim of the research and its borders as well as the definition of terminology.

The second chapter: it contains the theoretical framework of the research and previous studies, as it included the theoretical framework of the first two sections: the Quranic stories, and the second section children's drawings.

While the third quarter included a research procedures as the researcher reviewed the research community and the specimens and the instrument used and which was extracted and the validity and reliability of a tool representations Quranic stories in the children's drawing analysis has been subjected to research data for statistical means.

The fourth quarter included: Search results and conclusions, as well as recommendations and proposals, and highlighted the findings of the research: -

Representations of Quranic stories displayed on the children's fees as follows: -

1- The concept of the prophets, where represent this concept a passage (not visible facial features) repetition of $ (26) and percentage (%48.15), a high percentage when compared to paragraph (appearance of facial features), which recorded a repeat of (5) and percentage (%9.27).

2-  miracle: where this concept represents a paragraph (swallow a whale of the Prophet) repeat of (9) and a percentage of (%16,67), and paragraph (pronounced whale of the Prophet), where the first recorded the same percentage.

3- the worship of idols: where this concept represents a paragraph (knees) repeat of (2) and a percentage of (%3,70) , and paragraph (prostration) where he recorded the same percentage.

4 - fear or beg: where this concept represents a paragraph (prayers) repeat of (4) and the percentage of (7,41), and paragraph (crying) repeat (9) and a percentage of (%16,67).

5 - divine torment and caused: where represent this concept paragraph (clouds of black) repeating (7) and a percentage of (%12.96),and paragraph (the heart of the ship and show partial whale) repetition of $ (7) and a percentage of (%12.96).

In light of these results it was concluded as follows:

1- representations of Quranic stories in children's drawings appeared during the technical characteristics of children's drawings.

2-The Quranic stories an important educational tool for those interested in child-rearing and refined by studying art education and what it contained those stories from multiple educational values ​​(such as honesty, love, cooperation, patience... Etc.).

The researcher recommended the following:

4- by the concerned authorities in the Ministry of Education attention Quranic stories and what it contained these stories from multiple educational values, and to provide primary and secondary schools especially films such stories.

The researcher is supposed to conduct a study on the educational values ​​in the Quranic stories, and a study on the impact of Quranic stories on artistic expression among students of the Faculty of Fine Arts.


3-Using Koranic stories by teachers and teachers of technical education and that because of the impact on artistic expression they have.

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Published
2019-07-15
How to Cite
[1]
B. K. Oleiw, “Representations of Quranic Stories in Children’s Drawings”, JUBH, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 428 - 452, Jul. 2019.
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Articles