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Eriksen Britt, Maria Session Manuel 090902

  1. 1. Activity Catalogue 2009 – 2010 1
  2. 2. Content Blue Orientation Green The classes have been signed up Red The classes must be signed up on Personale Intranet (remember to press save) Side 1 Front page Side 2 Content Side 3 The school library on School Intranet Side 4 About this year’s catalogue Side 5 Library hour Side 6 Information literacy and library knowledge Side 7 Media Education Side 8 IT support Side 9 Christmas in the school library (year 0) Side 10 Eksperimentarium (year 1) Side 11 Fairytale race (year 2) Side 12 Teddy bear – doll Photo Story (year 3) Side 13 Reading rocket (year 4) Side 14 Reading marathon (year 4) Side 15 Art detectives (year) Side 16 Graphic novels and Student intranet (year 5) Side 17 The murder of Johanne Jensen (year 6) Side 18 The newspaper in the class room (year 7) Side 19 Photo competition (year 7) Side 20 Project management (year 8) Side 21 Technique and search course (year 8) Side 22 Melved, the case (year 8) Side 23 Palestine Conflicts (year 9) Side 24 Project management (year 9) Side 25 Clowning (years 0 - 3) Side 26 Newspapers and journals Side 27 When is what? Side 28 Orientation meetings for teachers Side 29 Cafe meetings 2
  3. 3. The school library on School Intranet In the school library we are big fans of the school Intranet, but we also have easy access to computers. Our weekly messages – The School Library Informs and Reminder Service for CFU are read by a lot of people, and we also think that our reservation system works very well on a daily basis. We have cleaned up in the book repository and counted all class book sets (min. 15 books of a title). It is now possible to book these on the Intranet under Coordination – school library – weekly loans. Other things and information from the school library you will find under coordination – school library, and of course on the school website. Orientation 3
  4. 4. About this years catalogue This year the content of our activity catalogue will be very similar to last year catalogue. Partly this is due to the fact that many of last year’s activities have proven themselves to be excellent activities, which we want this year’s classes to have the opportunity to participate in as well, and partly because we have chosen a couple of focus areas that we want to put some extra effort into. First of all we wish to make Hillerødsholmskolens School Library more visible to the parents. We would like to be included, when new classes start up. We would like to tell the parents about our many offers, our library science and information literacy education, our media education and last but not least communicate results and products. To solve this task we will manly use the parents Intranet and the school website. Secondly we would like to strengthen our cooperation with the subject teams, also trying to get complete overview of our book situation regarding class sets and books for the students, so we can improve the standard and ensure that there is always enough books for everybody. Finally, as almost all classes will be using the Student Intranet this year, the school library wants to do their very best to get optimal usage out of this opportunity for all parts. See you in the new school year in the school library! Lene, Søren og Anne Orientation! 4
  5. 5. Library Class Year: 0. – 5. Time: Same time every week Time spend: Around 30 minutes each time Place: The school library Arrangør: Skolebiblioteket If you and your class are planning to go to the school library at a set time every week, we would very much like to know this in advance. If you choose this form, we recommend that you devote 30 minutes each time, so you don’t just storm in and out of the door like little rockets, but have time to find books, read for fun and maybe have a story read aloud to you in a quiet moment. Just let us know if for a library class you need us to recommend suitable books for your class. Come down to the school library and reserve a weekly time – before the summer holiday. We will only have one class for each lesson. "It only takes 5 minutes To borrow a book But we really want you To stay a little longer …………….and read" Sign up at the school library! 5
  6. 6. Library knowledge and Information literacy Year: 2, 4 and 6 Time: See page 27 ”When is what?” Time used: 1 module in the chosen week Sted: School library Arranger: School library Every single day we see how important it is that our students are knowledgeable and self-sufficient, regardless of: They are in year 1 or 9 They need to find a specific book They need to find a specific author They need to find materials about a specific subject They need to find relevant websites Or other things. That is why: As the previous years we want to teach library knowledge and information literacy in year 2, 4 and 6, but if you need help in any other year, just let us know. You can see the content of this course on the Personnel Intranet under coordination/school library/library knowledge. The years in question are signed up! 6
  7. 7. Media Education Year: 3, 5 and 7. Time: See page 27 ”When is what?” Time used: 2 days in the chosen week from 8 – 13. 35 Place: Media room 21 or 32 Arranger: school library We continue the media education in year 3, 5 and seven next year. Each class is offered a two day course in a specific week. Before the execution of the course, a teacher introduction will be held, where you will be introduced to the program. Please note that it would be best for all parts, if it is the same teachers who take part in the introduction meeting and the 2 media days. We come up with the program for the 2 days, but if you have other ideas, or the students are already capable of the suggested, we will work something out. When the course is over, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you use the newly gained skills, so they are not quickly forgotten. See the content of the Media Education on the personnel Intranet under coordination/school library/media education. The years in question are signed up! 7
  8. 8. IT - support year: All Time: When needed Time used: As needed Place: The computer lab Arranger: IT-supporter As all other years, the school has scheduled a number of hours for IT support – help and courses in the classes. Contact the IT supporter and tell him what your needs are, then together you can plan a program. Contact the IT supporter 8
  9. 9. Christmas in the school library Year: 0. Time: Week 51 Time used: 1 lesson Place: School library Arranger: School library Last year we were very lucky! Santa Claus came by the school library, where he amazed the children with his magic fingers. We hope, he will do the same this year! If you want to come, you have to remember to sign up for Christmas at the School Library. Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 9
  10. 10. Eksperimentarium Year: 1. Time: Week 39 or 40 Time used: 1 lesson Place: School library Arranger: School library The school library is more than books and computers. In week 39 and 40 we focus on the science subjects. The books are ”replaced” by a small experimentarium, where the students can try different scientific experiments. …. And who knows, maybe there is a young Albert Einstein hiding in your class? Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 10
  11. 11. Fairytale race in the school Year: 2. Time: Week 23 Time used: 1 lesson Place: School library The school Arranger: The school library Now it is time to combine running and learning once again! The school library arranges a fairytale race around the school, where the students have to find their way around by their own help in smaller groups. On the posts, the students have to guess well-known fairytales and children’s books based on pictures and paragraphs read aloud to them by older students. Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 11
  12. 12. Teddy bear / doll Photo Story Year: 3. Time: Week 1 (introduction) Time used: Around 4 lessons Place: The computer lab Arranger: Classroom teacher and the school library In Media Education your class has learned to use Photo Story, so now it could be interesting to see, what they can do “on their own”. The class is split up into smaller groups. Each student brings a doll, teddy bear, action man or something similar to school. This has to be part of the group’s story. With their starting point in the dolls and teddy bears the students have brought, the group must tell a story by means of digital pictures, texts, speech, sound and music in the Photo Story program. The groups can choose their own form of expression as their background. Before this project begins the school library provides a short introduction including repetition of the use of Photo Story. After this you work on your own in the classroom and in the computer lab. To finish the project we watch the many photo stories together in the school auditorium a day in week 4. The school library will reserve digital cameras and the computer lab for signed up classes. ! Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 12
  13. 13. Reading Rocket Year: 4. Time: Friday March 26th Time used: 1 lesson + what you feel like Place: The auditorium and the classroom Arranger: The school library and the classroom teacher In the whole world there are 99 million children, who can’t read and don’t go to school. In 2010 focus will be on a new country in the third world. This is a fact that the third world aid organization Ibis would like to make Danish school children aware of by issuing the Reading Rocket (a book with stories and articles inviting to discussion and consideration of education in the third world) in cooperation with famous Danish authors and sponsors. By participating, 4th grade will contribute to making it a tradition to focus on third world problems the last Friday before Easter. Besides from working with the book ”Reading Rocket 2010”, we imagine that the school library makes a small introduction to the subject. On top of this different materials are provided from Ibis, who are putting focus on this problem, and which you can work creatively with. You can also find information on the website: http://www.ibis.dk The year in question is signed up! 13
  14. 14. Reading marathon Year: 4. Time: Week 45 and 46 Time used: Danish lessons Place: The classroom Arranger: The Danish teacher and the school library How about having a reading marathon in the Danish lessons in week 45 and 46? The school library will find books for the students to choose from, while you read in the classroom. The students read half an hour of each Danish lesson. After each reading, you come down to the school library and register the average number of pages for the day on the interactive whiteboard. The average number of pages must be used to solve a hard jigsaw puzzle – also on the interactive whiteboard. This was a great success last year. Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 14
  15. 15. Art Detectives Year: 5. Time: Week 43 Time used: 45 min. + 1 lesson Place: The big halls in front of the library Arranger: Annette Bregnehave and the school library The school library and the arts and crafts department have invested in both a Danish and a European art collection. These are very used, but they can be used even more. Some of the students will be given tasks connected to the pictures; others will work with “tableu vivante" It is not so much about the individual artist, but more a quest for details and interpretations of the pictures. As an introduction you will be visited by the art expert in the school: Annette Bregnehave for 45 min. The year in question is signed up! 15
  16. 16. Graphic Novels and Student Intranet Year: 5. Time: Week 2 Time used: Danish lessons for 3 – 4 weeks Place: Classroom/school library/computer lab Arranger: Danish teacher and the school library Do you know Graphic Novels? They are perfect for 5th grade. Do you know the Student Intranet and its opportunities? It is perfect for 5th grade. We imagine a project of around 4 weeks. As an introduction, we meet in the auditorium, where the school library will introduce the genre, the 4 graphic novel titles and the project with student Intranet (app. 1 lesson) After this you spend 4 weeks reading the graphic novels and working with them in the classroom. When you have finished the literature work with the graphic novels, the students have to pick one of the books to continue working with in Student Intranet, where they can make questionnaires, multiple choice quizzes, websites and other things. Finally you spend time looking at each other’s products, solving quizzes and more. The school library will buy 10 copies of four titles. Unfortunately the Graphic novels can only be used at the school for the logistics to work. The school library will reserve computer labs for signed up classes Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 16
  17. 17. The murder of Johanne Jensen Year: 6. Time: Week 14(introduction) Time used: App 6 lessons Place: School library and classroom Arranger: School library and classroom teachers Dear 6th grade As you probably know, the TV series ”Unit one” is based upon real events - often some horrible crimes. But there are no Ingrid Dahl and Thomas La Cour in the real world. The author of the series have invented them On Hillerødsholmskolen an – almost real – murder has taken place, and we would like your help to reconstruct/solve this in a TV program. You will be given the opportunity to visit the crime scene, so you can form your own picture of the victim, the situation and the killer. After this it is up to you, in smaller groups, to make a movie build on The murder of Johanne Jensen Your movie must be made and edited in Movie Maker and be no longer than 10 minutes. In the movie you must include some of the film clips and photos taken by the police. By submitting your movie you participate in the Crime Movie Competition on Hillerødsholmskolen 2010. The competition is also to refresh the Media Education from year 5! Submission: No later than Monday May 10th The school library will reserve video cameras and computer labs for signed up classes Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet! 17
  18. 18. The newspaper in the classroom Year: 7. Time: Week 44 Time used: 1 week + preparation Place: The classroom, computer lab, ”the field” Arranger: Classroom teachers and the school library Just like the previous years, the school library will sign all 7th grade classes up for the national newspaper competition for students in week 44. The school library will arrange the contact between the arrangers and the classes. You will conduct the planning and the creation of the newspaper yourself, but we will help you with lots of advice before and during the project! The arrangers will send you preparation materials, but we also have some in the school library. Read more about the competition on: http://www.aiu.dk This year’s subject is Communities As preparation for the project all 7th grades will work with the layout program Publisher in the Media Education, and the teachers are invited to an introduction meeting. The year in question is signed up! 18
  19. 19. Foto Competition Year: 7. Time: Week 8 (introduction) Time used: App. 4 Danish lessons Place: Auditorium, ”the field”, the computer lab Arranger: Classroom teachers and the school library Study this artistic picture! - would you and your students like to work with something like this? The school library will organize a competition for the best picture within a given theme, and we will provide an introduction about photography (app. 1 lesson) Then it is up to you and your students to take some digital pictures in "the field" (1 - 2 lessons) and then work with them in Paint Shop Pro (1 - 2 lessons). The pictures will then be displayed in the school library. The competition is repetition of the Media Education in year 7! The school library will reserve digital cameras and computer labs for signed up classes. Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 19
  20. 20. Project management Year: 8. Time: We will contact you Time used: 1 lesson Place: Auditorium Arranger: Lb and Rz Each class gets one week for their major project, but to make sure that you and your students are ready for this, we have booked hours for each class and its teachers to give guidance and help to get started. The help consists of the following: - A meeting with all teachers in the year with information about the major project - A lesson with all 8th grades with a description of the procedure In the folder Major project under Archive/documents on the personnel Intranet you can find inspiration and information You can also read about the major project on EMU: http://www.emu.dk/elever7-10/projektarbejde/projektopgaven/ The year in question is signed up! 20
  21. 21. Technique and search course Year: 8. Time: See page 27 ”when is what?” Time used: 1 lesson Place: Computer lab Arranger: as, sd To get the best possible start to the major project while you choose the overall theme, subthemes, groups and thesis’ we offer a combined technique and search course to the year 8 students. Even though are students a constantly getting better at using the computer efficiently, we have learned that they still need a technique and search course. The year in question is signed up! 21
  22. 22. Melved – the case Year: 8. Time: One of the three cross subject weeks Time used: The whole week Place: Classrooms and other locations Arranger: School library and classroom teachers Melved - the case places the students in the role of police investigators and forensic scientists. The students must make probable, who the guilty part is in a murder case based on given evidence. All activities are close to real police work – from practical work with fingerprints till source critical evaluation of witness testimonies. This project is a perfect chance to do cross subject collaboration, including Danish, social studies, biology, math and physics. On http://drabssag.emu.dk/order.htm you can read more about the teaching material and try a demo of the game. The Danish department and the school library have bought the materials for the project together. The material also includes a very good teacher’s guide. This will be the fourth year in a row we play this game, and we have built some experience, fx about number of teachers, important specialty teachers, rooms, computers, time, preparation and so on. Before starting Melved – the case we offer an introduction meeting, where it is very important that all participating teachers are present. The year in question is signed up! 22
  23. 23. Palestine Conflicts Year: 9. Time: Voluntary Time used: App. 4 – 5 lessons Place: Computer lab Arranger: Classroom teachers You are a journalist and have to write articles about the conflict between Palestine and Israel. You see the conflict from both sides and move around in real areas. The game about the conflict between Palestine and Israel is groundbreaking and realistic, and you move around in real geographical locations. The students are challenged to reflect on their own role in a real conflict. The game contains a teacher’s guide, a manual and there is a website for the game. The tasks are divided into 6 themes: Military raids, checkpoints, settlements, martyrs, Hamas, media's role. http://www.emu.dk/gym/3verden/projekter/SeriousGamesPalestine.html The school library will make sure that the game is installed on 15 computers, which is what we have licenses for. This is a very good subject for social studies and/or English! Registration no later than August 28th on the Intranet 23
  24. 24. Project management Tilmelding: PersonaleIntra/Samlemapper/ Tilbudskatalog_tilmelding/vælg faneblad/tilmelding/rediger dokumentet Year: 9. Time: You will be contacted. Time used: 1 lesson Place: Auditorium Arranger: Lb and Rz Each class gets one week for their major project, but to make sure that you and your students are ready for this, we have booked hours for each class and its teachers to give guidance and help to get started. The help consists of the following: - A meeting with all teachers in the year with information about the major project - A lesson with all 8th grades with a description of the procedure In the folder Major project under Archive/documents on the personnel Intranet you can find inspiration and information You can also read about the major project on EMU: http://www.emu.dk/elever7-10/projektarbejde/projektopgaven/ The year in question is signed up! 24
  25. 25. Clowning with Tape the clown Year: 0-3 Time: October 29th at 10 Place: The gym Arranger: School library Tapé is a mimic, artistic clown, who has entertained thousands of children and adults in and outside of Denmark for the last 17 years. His versatile and humorous circus shows offers something to eyes, ears and to the laughing muscles. The show is a mixture of and classical clown acts. Tapé unfolds himself with guitar play with the notes balancing on his forehead, opera on chimes, high balance and a “legs around your neck” act. All of this is performed at a high pace and in close connection with the audience, who has an active role along the way. The show is wordless and can be understood by everyone – regardless of age and nationality. Behind the nose you find the mimic artist Henrik Rasmussen, who besides performing as a clown gives lectures on body language, The years in question are signed up! 25
  26. 26. Newspapers and journals We keep the following newspapers for teachers and students: Politiken Frederiksborg Amtsavis We keep the following journals primarily for the students: K-Komputer Vi unge We keep the following journals primarily for the teachers: Børn og bøger Ekko Ideer på tværs Læsepædagogen Zapp – jorden rundt Danskbladet We would be very pleased if you used the papers a little more in your lessons. Unfortunately many of them are collecting dust! Orientation 26
  27. 27. When is what? Library knowledge (Thursdays in the 2 lesson) by the school library 6a (week 02), 6b (week 04), 6c (week 06) and 6g (week 09) 4a (week 34), 4b (week 35), 4c (week 36) and 4g (week 37) 2a (week 39), 2b (week 40), 2c (week 41) and 2g (week 47) Media weeks (Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 to 13. 35) by media teachers 7a (week 35), 7b (week 36), 7c (week 37) and 7g (week 39) 5a (week 40), 5b (week 41), 5c (week 43), 5d (week 45) and 5g (week 46) 3a (week 47), 3b (week 49), 3c (week 50) and 3g (week 51) Technique and search course (Thursday in the 2 lesson) by sd and as 8a (week 46), 8b (week 08), 8c (week 47), 8d (week 05) and 8g (week 18) Orientation 27
  28. 28. Orientation meetings Meetings about Media Education (app. 45 min.) Year 7s participating teachers (Tuesday from 14.35 till 15.35 in week 34) Year 5s participating teachers (Wednesday from 14.35 till 15.35 in week 39) Year 3s participating teachers (Wednesday from 14.35 till 15.35 in week 46) Meeting about ”The newspaper in the classroom” (app. 1 hour) Year 7s participating teachers (Tuesday from 14.35 in week 40) Meeting about Danish exam B (app. 1 hour) Year 9s participating Danish teachers (a day in week 12 – The date will be set later) Orientation 28
  29. 29. Cafe meetings Cafe meetings in computer lab 21 As requested this year’s cafe meetings will primarily be about student Intranet and Parents Intranet. Week 35 Monday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 38 Tuesday at 13. 30 – 15. 00 Week 41 Wednesday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 45 Monday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 48 Tuesday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 02 Wednesday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 06 Monday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 09 Tuesday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Week 12 Wednesday at 14. 45 – 16. 15 Orientation 29

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