The Analysis of Drawing Outcome that Made by Male and Female Children of Low Class in SD Negeri Dinoyo 4 Malang

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Abstract


The study to the free draw aims to describe drawing characteristic that made by male and female children which include many things related to the drawing theme, object, color, child painting style, and child fine arts composition. This research used qualitative descriptive approach in words, where it used data source of drawing outcome of low class students that support research focus. Data analysis was conducted by data reduction, data display, and data verification. To check data validity, it was conducted through theory triangulation. Research steps that used were preparation, research step, and report arrangement. Based on the collected data, it was obtained research findings as follow: male and female children tend to draw about nature theme of “mountain view”. And then male children tend to draw about transportation theme because of role and activity that carried out by male children. Male children play robot, car toy, shoots which lead to the aggressive activity. Object that drew by male children such as (1) mountain; (2) car, for female children such as (1) mountain, flower; (2) human. Complement object of male children such as car, human, ship, flag, and for female children such as flower, butterfly, heart shape. Most of visualization for male and female children drawing color was almost the same used blue and green color. Color to the female child drawing outcome mostly was pink in every

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analysis; the outcome of boys and girls picture; low class; elementary school

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