As one of the trans-disciplinary themes of inquiry is “culture”, in order to expand students’ knowledge of the extensive and profound Chinese culture, WAIS decided to take the students to visit the museum of ethnography.
Let’s have a look.
While waiting to begin their journey and holding their bingo cards, all the students couldn’t wait to go exploring the museum with curiosity.
“As we know, China is a unified multi-national country, with 56 nationalities in all. Chinese people of all nationalities share weal and woe, which contributes to the Chinese national pluralistic integration pattern.” said the narrator.
All the collection picks in various exhibit halls seem have some magic power which drive all the students reveling in the charm of Chinese ethnic culture. In the long river of history, Chinese people created their own exquisite historical culture, which arouse students’ interests in inquiry learning.
Having integrated aesthetics, ethnology and art, the arts and handicrafts of minority people are a splendid legacy. Through practical exploration, students appreciated the unique beauty of arts and handicrafts.
The culture exploration is not only about appreciating the colourful folk costumes and accessories, but also helps to evoke students’ interest of inquiry. Look, students can’t wait to make notes on their bingo cards.
The museum is an ideal destination when you want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of cities in search of tranquility and leisure.
With the experience fresh in their minds, students sat on the bench and began to work diligently on their colorful paintings.
The exploration of the museum of ethnography is only a small page of the entire cultural inquiry, but it is a vital phase of students’ inquiry learning. Let’s all embrace the next chapter with exploratory spirit!
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