19th Century Russian Burak Decorated with Cockerels

Teachers' notes

This object was contributed by Haslemere Educational Museum to add to the World Collections Resources theme begun by the Stories of the World programme.


The discussion and activity ideas page suggests ways in which the material in this resource can be used with different subjects, as prompts for classroom or homework activities.


How this resource could be used:

In KS3 or GCSE (Art), 3D Design or in GCSE Design & Technology (Product Design), students could use this resource as a spring board to design prototype containers out of card.

Amanda Duke, Faculty Leader for Creative and Performing Arts, Steyning Grammar School


See below for specific Curriculum Links and Learning Objectives for this resource:


Curriculum Links:

KS3 Design and Technology - Resistant materials

GCSE Design & Technology - Product design

KS2/3 Art & Design - Materials, Art from different cultures, Textiles

KS4 Art & Design - 3D Design, Skills, Craft and Design

GCSE Art & Design - 3D Design, Art from other cultures

KS2 English - Narrative texts

KS3/4 English - Writing

KS2 Geography - Geographical enquiry and skills

KS3 Geography - Extreme environments


Learning Objectives:

  • Children will learn to do independent research
  • Children will learn about one Russian craft form
  • Children will learn about objects made from natural materials
  • Children will learn that inspiration for different art forms often comes from the natural world



 
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