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Learner Journey. Studying Scotland through Music The Boy and the Bunnet. Studying Scotland through Music Learner Journey: The Boy and the Bunnet Overview. Possible prior experience One learner had attended the Celtic Connections production of ‘The Boy and the Bunnet .’

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Learner journey

Learner Journey

Studying Scotland through Music

The Boy and the Bunnet


Learner journey

Studying Scotland through Music

Learner Journey: The Boy and the Bunnet Overview

  • Possible prior experience

  • One learner had attended the Celtic Connections production of ‘The Boy and the Bunnet.’

  • He explained the Boy and the Bunnet to the other learners in the class.

  • Learners may have had experience of dancing to traditional Scottish music.

  • Learning in lead curriculum area: Music/ Language

  • Scottish Traditional Music.

  • Characterisation using music.

  • Scottish traditional dances.

  • Scots language.

  • Skills

  • Communicating

  • Problem Solving

  • Co-operating

  • Interdisciplinary Opportunities

  • English and Literacy

  • Maths and Numeracy

  • Technology

  • Social Subjects


Learner journey

Learning Opportunity A: The Boy and the Bunnet

Trigger for Learning

One learner went to see the The Boy and the Bunnet at Celtic Connections, the class were very interested in his experience and wanted to learn more.

The Boy and the Bunnet became a Scottish context for learning.

Possible Learning Opportunity

Learners listened to the story summary and made a Scots word bank.

  • Learning

  • Scots nouns – selkie, craw, stag, bunnet.

  • Skills

  • Comparing (between Scots and English.)

  • Discussing (What are the characters like)

Possible Evidence of Learning

Word bank, pictures of learner drawings with annotation using Scots Words, Recordings of the children discussing the characters.


Learner journey

Learner Opportunity B The Boy and the Bunnet

Trigger for Learning

One learner went to see the The Boy and the Bunnet at Celtic Connections, the class were very interested in his experience and wanted to learn more.

The Boy and the Bunnet became a Scottish context for learning.

Possible Learning Opportunity

Learners listen to the musical excerpts and predict which character they belong to making comments about what they hear and the relevance to the character in the story. Learners could also listen to instruments used.

  • Learning

  • Names of traditional Scottish music (reel, strathspey, march etc.)

  • Names of instruments being played.

  • Skills

  • Listening

  • Communicating

  • Predicting

  • Justifying

Possible Evidence of Learning

Observation of comments, correct identification of instruments being played.


Learner journey

Learning Opportunity C: The Boy and the Bunnet

Trigger for Learning

One learner talks about the setting of the story and asks ‘Where does the Granny live?’

Possible Learning Opportunity

Learners decide to make a map of the setting for the story in groups. They then use directional vocabulary to explain where different places are.

  • Skills

  • Remembering

  • Identifying

  • Creating

  • Communicating and Collaborating.

  • Learning

  • Directional vocabulary (right, left, across, through etc.)

Possible Evidence of Learning Observation of group work, complete maps, correctly explaining positions


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