21/22 Using A Khavad - a box with one story and many doorsBook Now
|Start Date and Time||Monday 4 July 9:30 am|
|End Date and Time||Monday 4 July 11:00 am|
Mythstories Museum of Myth and Fable
|Subscriber Credit Cost||1.00|
|PAYG Credit Cost||1.00|
The default delivery will remain as remote delivery via Microsoft Teams administered by CPD@UCS. This is reflected in the content/ timings as stated. Should Government policy/University of Chester policy change we will revert to â€˜face2faceâ€™ delivery if/ when appropriate.
A participatory session for staff working with Yrs.5 & 6 pupils. Bring your partially constructed kavad to the session ready for development, (a how-to-make a kavad from cardboard can be downloaded from https://mythstories.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/kavad.pdf
Ideal for two members of staff to learn together
Â· a short introduction to this Indian tradition
Â· ideas for making different styles of cardboard or wooden kavad, with scope for differentiation
Â· ideas for linking the kavad to STEM projects and art lessons
Â· a guided exploration of how a kavad can be used as a large group or class activity
Â· ideal for communicating traditional epics, complex legends, layered fairy tales, life stories and histories
- schools will discover a new and creative way to foster team working, organisational skills and co-operation amongst their pupils.
- impact on cultural capital by increasing childrenâ€™s knowledge of cultures and heritage.
- participate in ways of working that are especially relevant to pupils who find classrooms settings a challenge
- acquire inspirational techniques ideal for those pupils who love to â€˜exercise their creative muscleâ€™
- discover new ways to build self-confidence and enhance well-being
- this could even form the basis of performances to parents or in assemblies