83 LM HANDICRAFTS Grade 10 Learning Outcome 1 Trace the History and Development

83 lm handicrafts grade 10 learning outcome 1 trace

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LM- HANDICRAFTSGrade 10Learning Outcome 1 Trace the History and Development of Paper MachéObjectivesAt the end of this lesson, you are expected to:1.discuss the history and developmentofPaper Maché; and2.analyze relevance of Paper MachéThe History of Paper MachéDuring the ancient time paper Maché was developed as the paper itselfand was discovered in the time of Han Dynasty, c. 202 B.C.220 A.D. Thisearly time paper was used to make three dimensional objects, like artifacts,suchas helmet and pot lids. During this dynasty, paper Maché was describedas pasteboard.From China, the interest in papermaché spread to Japan and Persia. It isuse to make mask in celebrating festivals. Eventually it spread across theworld, European start using paperMachéin making their own wares . From the1670’s,until the late 1700’sthere was a half-heart intent of paper maché.In1800’spaper maché was commonly used for ornamentalattachment’sonarchitecture and furniture, when it became widely usedThe oldest surviving artifacts made of this lightweight but strong materialis afalcon’scoffin from Persia and it was interesting that as of this daypapermaché was recommended to use for human coffins because it so strongthat it was equally as durable as wood.84LESSON 1: PERFORM PAPER MACHE PRODUCTION
LM- HANDICRAFTSGrade 10ACTIVITY 1Research on the different local products that are made from papermaché. State and how they started in our country. Present your researchoutputs to the class.Review of Learning Outcome 1Write True if the statement is correct and False if it is wrong. Write your answers in the notebook or separate paper.1. The paper maché originated from China during the Tang Dynasty.2.This early time paper was used to make two dimensional objects like artifacts such helmet and pot lids.3. The interest in PaperMaché spread to Japan and Persia4. In 1800’s PaperMaché was commonly used for ornamental attachment’s on architecture5. The oldest surviving artifacts made of this lightweight but strongmaterialis a falcon’s coffin from PersiaEnhancement activity85
LM- HANDICRAFTSGrade 10CriteriaDescriptionsValue1234DisplayAll parts are not clearlylabeled.Some parts are clearlylabeledMost parts are clearlylabeled.All parts are clearlylabeledMechanics and SpellingThere aremany mistakesin mechanics and/or spelling.There areseveral mistakesin mechanics and/or spelling.There areminor mistakesin mechanics and/or spelling.There areno mistakes in mechanics and/or spelling.PresentationThe researchis presented as very difficult for the audience to understand.Theresearch is presented as difficult for the audience to understand.Theresearch is presented as less difficult for the audience to understandTheresearch is presented with ease for the audience to understandFormatFormat is confusing.

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