The purpose of this study is to specify qualifications and abilities based on students' feelings and expressions acquired during childhood to be fostered during elementary and junior high school. Additionally, this study aims to examine how students acquire knowledge and qualifications/abilities. In this study, a subject was set to make 8th graders become active participants as museum attendants in collaboration with a museum and Japanese teachers. In addition, they were asked to plan and hold a small art exhibition for kindergarteners and elementary school children. Then, teaching about relationships between taxonomy tables and qualifications/abilities were carried out and evaluated in this study. In this teaching, taxonomy tables with four areas which are "cognition'', "psychomotor", "emotion'', and ''metacognition" were employed. Findings reveal that students tend to have more interest in art, become active participants in learning activities, and increase qualifications/abilities.