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YOUR HOME AS A MUSEUM

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Reconnecting with. the personal space and oneself. When used with a focus on recycling - becoming aware of objects that were recycled.

KEYWORDS

  • Home

  • Museum

  • Cultural identity

DURATION

30 minutes

SKILLS

  • observation

  • critical thinking

  • changing perspectives

  • drawing skills

  • digital skills


PREPARATION

knowing the concept/method of the task

TOOLS AND MATERIALS


  • Smartphone/Ipad,

  • Stop motion application,


  • objects for filming,

  • stabilization tools (optional),

  • computer or device with internet access,

  • personal storage device

DESCRIPTION

1. Introduction and Preparation: - Initiate a discussion with the participants about the activity, either online or offline. - Provide them with the necessary information and questions required for the activity.


2. Discover Your Home as a Museum (Blended Activity): During this step, participants work individually, They will: - choose a specific space in their residence where they want to engage in the activity. - Imagine the space as a museum or archive filled with carefully curated items, objects, and artifacts. - examine these items with a fresh perspective. - consider the history associated with each item, such as its origins and whether they acquired it themselves or received it as a gift. - contemplate the reasons behind its purchase,their preferences or dislikes regarding it, and why it holds its current place within the room or house. - look out for objects/items/artifacts that have ornamental patterns or are made out of recycled materials. - take photographs of three selected items: one with a special narrative, one that they don't particularly like yet retain, and one that best reflects their personality.


3. Presenting and Sharing: - During the plenary session in the training room, ask participants present their three items to the group. - Encouarge them to share their experiences and feelings during the activity