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Title of the Experience
Production of paper
Name of the teacher
Agnieszka Gołembiewska
Country where it took place
School typology
Primary school
Thematic Area
Experience typology
Teaching in class, Laboratory, Extracurricular activity
Type of contact
Description of the Experience
During the implementation of topic of paper and its production because of the lack of technical possibility of implementation at school I take my students for workshops organized at the Museum of Paper and Printing at the Technical University of Lodz. During the workshops, children learn the origins of the paper, the ingredients necessary for its manufacture, and they form the paper mass from cellulose pulp, wasted paper, glue and other additives (hair, torn money, silk thread, bran) in a large amount of water. Then they draw the paper, put it at cloth, dry and smooth. They also learn the woodcut technique and make a graphic woodcut print of the creator of paper Tsai Luna. They take home all the works created. After the workshops they fill in the work sheet for the examination of knowledge. The same exercise at the end of the semester and the analysis shows that the knowledge gained in this way is more comprehensive and more durable.

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