Puppets~an introduction

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Introduction to Puppet-Making project for Primary 5 students.

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Puppets~an introduction

  1. 1. The puppet are painted right on the hands of the puppet master. The painter must be very skillful.
  2. 2. The puppets are inserted on the hands of the puppet master.
  3. 3. The puppets are inserted on the finger of the puppet master.
  4. 4. The puppet controlled from above using wires or strings. Originated from Europe region.
  5. 5. Bunraku puppetry has been a documented traditional activity for Japanese for hundreds of years. The puppet masters usually hidden behind the curtain when they play the puppets.
  6. 6. The puppet controlled by the puppet master called Dalang who played the puppet behind the stage. Originated from West Java region.
  7. 7. Still found to be played in several region in Java.
  8. 8. The puppet master plays and tell the story sheet by sheet, that’s why it called ‘wayang beber’. Still found to be played in Central Java region.
  9. 9. Wayang klitik figures come originally from Eastern Java.
  10. 10. Wayang Purwa type, depicting five Pandawa, from left to right: Bima, Arjuna, Yudhistira, Nakula and Sadewa at the Indonesia Museum in Jakarta.
  11. 11.  Hand-out will be given ~to read  Pattern will be distributed ~to be traced  And we can make it ~it’s your turn to make your own puppet  Let’s brainstorm and make Puppet Stage instead ;)

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