On September 23, 2015 Class I with a teacher of knowledge of culture went to the museum lesson to a branch of the National Museum, the historic Palace of Bishop Erasmus Ciołek, located near Wawel Hill.
The lesson took place within the framework of the action AVAILABLE CULTURE OF MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE. For almost three hours the students were learning the ins and outs of the interpretation of medieval and modern works of art. Young people had the opportunity to see the Gothic paintings and sculptures, from the fourteenth to the early sixteenth century, among them the famous Madonna of Krużlowa, as well as the oldest Little Poland’s picture epitaph commemorating the knight Wierzbięta of Branice. In the second part of the lesson, students worked in groups. Each team received a work card. Class I tak coped very well with the workshop part of the lesson. Young people very willingly participated in the museum interactive lesson, boldly asking questions and giving surprising answers. Classes in the museum have been developed with the core curriculum subjects: Polish language, knowledge of culture and history.
Organizer: A. Krajewska - Mrugała