Area or quantity of space or matter contained within certain limits; as, solid contents; superficial contents.
The expression, essential meaning, significance, or aesthetic value of a work of art. Content refers to the subjective, psychological, or emotional properties we find in a work of art (what the work makes us feel) as opposed to its descriptive aspects (subject matter).
the substance or subject matter to be studied by students in Stage 6 Ancient History, eg 'Overview of significant events from Dynasty I to the death of Pepy II'. Knowledge and understanding, skills and values and attitudes are to be integrated into the syllabus content.
Knowing what to teach and how to teach it.
is the subject matter or discipline that teachers are being prepared to teach at the elementary, middle, and/or secondary levels. Content also refers to the professional field of study (e.g., special education, early childhood, school psychology, reading, school administration).
The essential meaning, significance, or aesthetic value of an art form. The psychological or sensory properties one tends to " feel " in art forms as opposed to the visual aspects of a work of art.
The expression, essential meaning, significance, or aesthetic value of a work of art. Content refers to the sensory, subjective, psychological, or emotional properties we feel in a work of art, as opposed to our perception of its descriptive aspects alone.
The academic subject matter studied in an educational program or class.
In visual arts, the meaning of an image, beyond its overt subject matter, including the emotional, intellectual, symbolic, thematic, and narrative connotations.
the meaning of an image, beyond its overt subject matter; as opposed to form.
A work of art is usually discussed in terms of its subject matter, form, and content. Content refers to the intellectual, psychological, spiritual, narrative, or aestheic aspects of the work.
The message conveyed by a work of art - its subject matter and whatever the artist hopes to convey by that subject matter.
the subject matter of a work of art and its values apart from the artist's ability. Form and content are the two elements that comprise a work.
What the art says; the message communicated; subject matter
the subject area evoked and defined by an agent.
(voir Contenu) Group of subjects consisting of educational material to be acquired in a learning object. Group of knowledge and skills consisting of an object of learning.
The substance or matter of an experience / Reframed = thinking of the substance of the experience in a different way so that you gain a different perspective on the experience. eg the glass is half empty / the glass is half full.
A specific topic or area of study. The knowledge and skills a student should have in particular subjects at specific grade levels.
The subject matter, concepts, or ideas associated with a work of art. A work's content is shaped by the artist's intentions, the context of its presentation, and by the experiences, thoughts, and reactions of the viewer.
Subject matter or data stored/generated on the origin server.
The substance of writing; the subject matter of a paper
The subject matter of a poem - as opposed to the form.
The subject matter of a discipline