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Internship According to the Bachelor's Thesis
Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.74
Department: Restoration of Architectural and Artistic Heritage
Lecturer: prof, D.sc., Rybchynskyj O.V. assoc. prof, Ph.D., Melnyk V.A.
Semester: 8 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: ZN 3. Knowledge of methods of analysis and processing of information from various sources. ZN 6. Knowledge of the stages of research of a work of art, the content and procedure for their use. УМ4. Be able to practically perform the restoration of works of art, and critically evaluate the results of activities and argue for the decisions made. COM 2. Ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technology, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AiV 3. Ability to be responsible in the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics.
Required prior and related subjects: Prerequisite: Reconstruction of architectural detail, Restoration project, part 5 Co-requisite:Execution of bachelor's qualification work
Summary of the subject: The discipline "Practice on the topic of bachelor's qualification work" is based on the following thematic sections: 7. Definition of individual tasks for graduates. 8. Choice of object and formulation of the thesis topic. 9. Elaboration of the concept of restoration of the chosen monument. 10. Full-scale inspection of the selected object of restoration, implementation of measurements, sampling for chemical and technological research, historical research of the monument. 11. Implementation of trial conservation, restoration and reconstruction measures in order to work out the technology of works. 12. Execution of the report on the implementation of the "individual research task" in the form of "restoration diary" and "restoration passport". The study of the discipline is a series of practical classes with parallel counseling of the teacher.
Assessment methods and criteria: During the semester, the student can score up to 50 points for the current control. On the test - a maximum of 50 points. To be admitted to the test, the student must score at least 20 points for the current control. Credit for the discipline is made in writing (50 points). The student receives a maximum of 50 points for the proper maintenance of the "practice diary" 25 points and the proper conclusion of the "Report on undergraduate practice" 25 points, of which the grade is given as follows: 20-25 points - "excellent"; 15-19 points - "good"; 5-14 points - "satisfactory"; 0-5 points - "unsatisfactory". 100-88 points - grade "A" ("excellent") is given if the student demonstrates a high level of knowledge of the material in a given amount, the required level of skills, correctly and reasonably makes the necessary decisions in various non-standard situations, clearly, concisely, logically , consistently answers questions, and is able to apply theoretical principles in solving practical problems; 87-80 points - grade B ("very good") is given for knowledge of educational material above the average level, including calculations, reasoned answers to questions (possible inaccuracies), the ability to apply theoretical principles in solving practical problems; 79-71 points - grade C ("good") is set for the general correct understanding of the student's study material, including reasoned answers to questions (possible certain (insignificant) shortcomings). The student has mastered the basic theoretical material and is able to use knowledge to solve standard problems. 70-61 points - grade D ("indirect") is given for mediocre knowledge of the training material of the module, poorly reasoned answers, poor application of theoretical principles in solving practical problems, and the transformation of skills in new conditions causes some difficulties. 60-50 points - grade E ("satisfactory") is given for poor knowledge of the module, inaccurate or unsubstantiated answers, with a violation of the sequence of presentation, for poor application of theoretical knowledge in practice, which, however, is not an obstacle to further study; 49-26 points - FX grade ("unsatisfactory" with the possibility of re-crediting) is given for ignorance of the main part of the training material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to apply theoretical principles in solving practical problems; 25-00 points grade F ("unsatisfactory" with mandatory re-study of the module) is given for ignorance of a significant part of the training material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to navigate when solving practical problems, ignorance of basic principles.
Recommended books: Voloshynets V.A., Bevz M.V. Restavratsiine materialoznavstvo. Lviv. 2017. – 128 s. Prybieha L.V. Osnovы metodyky yssledovanyia pamiatnykov arkhytekturы. Uchebnoe posobye. – Kyev, 1988. – 59 s. Prybieha L.V. Metodyka okhorony ta restavratsii pamiatok narodnoho zodchestva Ukrainy. – Kyiv, 1997. – 143 s. Osnovy arkheolohii ta arkhitekturno-arkheolohichnykh doslidzhen: Metodychni vkazivky do lektsiinoho kursu dlia studentiv bazovoho napriamu "Mystetstvo" spetsialnosti "Restavratsiia tvoriv mystetstva" spetsializatsii "Restavratsiia tvoriv mystetstva z naturalnoho i shtuchnoho kameniu" / Ukl.: Lukomskyi Yu.V., Petryk V.M. – Lviv: V-vo NU "LP", 2009. – 20 s. DBN V.3.2-1-2004 – Rekonstruktsiia, remont, restavratsiia obiektiv budivnyts¬tva. Restavratsiini, konservatsiini ta remontni roboty na pamiatkakh kultur¬noi spadshchyny. – Kyiv: Derzhbud Ukrainy, 2005. Konservatsiia i restavratsiia pamiatok arkhitektury. Metodychnyi posibnyk. – Kyiv-Lviv, 1996 Dick Parry. Niezwtkla technika starozytnosci – Amber, Warszawa 2006 – 283 p. Sculpture. From Antiquity to Present Day – Taschen, 2006 – 1152 p.