Write a 3-5 page paper discussing the historical precedents for your work. Sometimes it is hard to consider ourselves as a part of a historical continuum, but that is indeed the case with all [trained] makers. You must identify, locate, and research movements, artists, designers, ideas, social developments, and practices from the past, that share important aspects with your work, process(es) and practice. Research and discuss how makers, materials, events, movements, etc., that predate the last half century (roughly 1970 and before) fit into their own time and place, and how and why they relate to you and yours.
Identify how your work fits into this historical continuum and why it is relevant in that context and today. Do not merely state historical facts relating to artists, designers, craftspeople, filmmakers, poets, etc., or entire movements. Really explore these ideas and how they relate to you and the work that you make. This should display a depth of understanding of the precedents and your continued development of these ideas.
Consider the history of your craft, materials, techniques, and methodologies if applicable. If you are working in the crafts, and that history plays heavily into your work, do not neglect that in your research. Also though, do not limit yourself to a history of your specific creative field. Perhaps it is more appropriate for you to be researching a historical or political movement than the history of your material. Or perhaps, for instance if you are a photographer working very carefully with light, there are painters who would elaborate aspects of your work through comparison, along with other photographers.
perspectives such as different places around the world and how others live in different countries. For examples, do places in Australia look the same as places in Africa? During my lesson, I would teach my students different words for “spider” in some of their classmate’s native language, such as Spanish or Mandarin or even ASL (American Sign Language). By doing so, this would allow students the opportunity to build connections amongst their fellow classmates as well as feeling a connection between what they are learning and developing a sense of identity among the topic. By doing so, students learn another language and build connections amongst their classmates. We would then discuss where spiders come from, how long they have been around, and their habitats. The next part of the lesson would involve my students assessing the differences in how spiders are viewed in different cultures along with their habitats. My students will be required to identify whether or not spiders are protected in that culture, managed, ignored and so on. After completing their research, I will have my students report whether spiders living conditions have changed with time. The students would then create a model of spider’s habitats compared to the past and now in the present. After determining the impact of human beings on spiders, my students would then be required to develop a plan on how to help spiders and their habitats around the world. My students will be reminded of the different cultures and how spiders are valued among various cultures. The students will be instructed to use the internet to look up the different areas of the world and view how spiders are represented there and what >GET ANSWER