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BRIDGES
The participants are:
•Israel/Palestine,Jerusalem: Hand in Hand
•Switzerland, Luzern: Pedagogishe Hochschule,
two secondar...
The intention of the project:
• To establish a connection between schools; pupils and
teachers
• Teenagers can experience ...
Jerusalem
• Population: ca 750 000
• Considered the most holy city in the
world,
Our Participants from Jerusalem are:
• Teachers and pupils from Hand in
Hand
LÜZERN
• Population: ca 76 000 people
• Situated by the Lake Lucerne (der Vierwaldstättersee)
• Has been voted as the 5th ...
Our Swiss participants are:
•Henk Geuke
•Students: Patricia,
Manuel and Roger
•Hochdorf
secondary school:
Renato Belleri
•...
GRIMSTAD
• Population: ca 20 000 people
• The home town of the late authors Ibsen and
Hamsun
The participants from Grimstad are:
• Teachers from Fjære Ungdomsskole: Arve
Konnestad, Marita Baugstø ,
Maria Kiland – La...
Kristiansand
• Population: ca 75 000 people
• The hometown of the Norwegian Crown Princess
• Participants from here are: R...
So far…
• 2009/2010 : Meetings at the University of Agder (Norway), Givat
Haviva (Israel), and in Switzerland.
• October 2...
Dinner at Arve’s
getting aquainted
The next steps:
• Between November 2010 and March 2011: Students produce a
complete musical manuscript, written music and ...
«Wonderful things these bridges»
Presentation made by Maria Kiland-Langeland
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Bridgesschedule

  1. 1. BRIDGES
  2. 2. The participants are: •Israel/Palestine,Jerusalem: Hand in Hand •Switzerland, Luzern: Pedagogishe Hochschule, two secondary schools: Hochdorf and Hundeberg •Norway,Grimstad: Fjære Ungdomsskole •Norway, Kristiansand: University of Agder, Grim elementary school and …
  3. 3. The intention of the project: • To establish a connection between schools; pupils and teachers • Teenagers can experience that knowledge and love of their own culture may grow stronger by sharing it • Working with music and art, the participants’ skills and creative competence is enhanced • Respect and affection to other cultures may come easier «Learning together. Living together.»
  4. 4. Jerusalem • Population: ca 750 000 • Considered the most holy city in the world,
  5. 5. Our Participants from Jerusalem are: • Teachers and pupils from Hand in Hand
  6. 6. LÜZERN • Population: ca 76 000 people • Situated by the Lake Lucerne (der Vierwaldstättersee) • Has been voted as the 5th most popular tourism destination in the world 2010
  7. 7. Our Swiss participants are: •Henk Geuke •Students: Patricia, Manuel and Roger •Hochdorf secondary school: Renato Belleri •Hünenberg secondary school: Simon Saxer
  8. 8. GRIMSTAD • Population: ca 20 000 people • The home town of the late authors Ibsen and Hamsun
  9. 9. The participants from Grimstad are: • Teachers from Fjære Ungdomsskole: Arve Konnestad, Marita Baugstø , Maria Kiland – Langeland and Borgny Hjelen • Pupils from Fjære Ungdomsskole
  10. 10. Kristiansand • Population: ca 75 000 people • The hometown of the Norwegian Crown Princess • Participants from here are: Randi Eidsaa, University of Agder • Music students from the University of Agder
  11. 11. So far… • 2009/2010 : Meetings at the University of Agder (Norway), Givat Haviva (Israel), and in Switzerland. • October 2010: A project week at Fjære Ungdomsskole, including all the pupils in 8th grade, working with the theme «Bridges». Similar week held at the schools in Switzerland and Israel. • November 2010: the 4 pupils from Fjære worked together with the students from Switzerland and the University of Agder in Kristiansand for one week. Musical plot and some music produced. • November: Arve meeting our participants in Israel
  12. 12. Dinner at Arve’s getting aquainted
  13. 13. The next steps: • Between November 2010 and March 2011: Students produce a complete musical manuscript, written music and a CD. • Until October 2011: Students work with the pupils’ products, and the core group and other pupils rehearse at their individual schools. • November 2011: One week in Israel. Rehearsals and performances. • February 2012: 4 days in Norway, 5 days in Switzerland. Rehearsals and performances.
  14. 14. «Wonderful things these bridges»
  15. 15. Presentation made by Maria Kiland-Langeland

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