Traditional technology related to water

APCEIU, ICHCAP & UNESCO (2022). Bringing living heritage to the classroom in Asia-Pacific: a resource kit. Bangkok: UNESCO Multisectoral Regional Office in Bangkok.
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This lesson plan is crafted for 8th-grade Nepali students and centers around the use of multimedia resources to facilitate their understanding and appreciation of traditional water containers, tya:pa. Subsequently, students will be guided through the process of designing, drawing, and crafting their own tya:pa, which promotes hands-on learning and develops their manipulative skills. A showcase opportunity will also be provided for students to describe their tya:pa creations to their peers and other visitors. This presentation aspect sharpens their expressive skills while also fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of Nepali culture and traditions. Overall, this lesson plan promotes experiential learning, cultural awareness, and practical skills development.

Country: Nepal

Pages in document: 180-181

Related project or programme: Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage in Formal Education in Asia and the Pacific

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