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  1. Joan Baxter - Tapestry Artist

    Joan Baxter is a tapestry artist living in the highlands of Scotland offering work for both the private and public sectors as well as tapestry weaving courses.

    Anbefalt av Ingunn Abrehamsen DH lærer Godalen vgs.

    Torleif Sleveland - 14.01.2014 14:11

  2. A Weaverly Path - film

    A Weaverly Path offers an intimate, visually stunning portrait of Swiss-born tapestry weaver Silvia Heyden and captures the inner dialogue and meditations of an extraordinary artist in the moments of creation. The film follows Heyden during a year of weaving and reflection. Heyden creates works inspired by the Eno River in Durham, North Carolina and shares how nature, music, her Bauhaus influences, and her life experiences anchor and inform her weaving. Heyden is a 20th century modernist whose body of work redefines the art of modern tapestry.

    Torleif Sleveland - 14.01.2014 20:09

  3. The Secret Life of Art: art periods, interdisciplinary project in Design and Crafts

    Students have to collect and record information about different art periods; thus, they practise basic skills such as reading and writing. Working with different sources -primary and secondary- is imperative for the project. Each group makes one piece of clothing or collage to represent the art period (vocational education class)

    Tatjana Berg - 15.01.2014 10:08

  4. English Grammar / Tests: Adverbs,verbs,adjectives,determiners,articles,conditionals, prepositions etc...

    English Grammar / Tests: Adverbs,verbs,adjectives,determiners,articles,conditionals, prepositions etc...

    Tatjana Berg - 15.01.2014 19:11

  5. BBC-South Africa:Social-Economic Issues:Education

    The link is a good source of information about South African issues. It has articles, interviews with manuscripts and assignments for students.

    Tatjana Berg - 15.01.2014 20:48

  6. Food and Nutrients

    Innføringsoppgaver i emnet næringsstoffer. Elevene lager en liste over hva de selv har spist dagen før, plasserer disse matvarene i en matsirkel, øver på ordene på Quizlet, søker informasjon om hvilke næringsstoffer hver enkelt matvare inneholder, og samtaler om hva de evt. bør spise mer eller mindre av.

    Etter økta skal elevene kunne:

    elikje - 16.01.2014 10:22

  7. Safety Matters

    Oral presentation: EHS

    Make a five minute oral presentation (powerpoint, video or similar) where you elaborate on environment, health and safety (EHS) and potential safety hazards in your field of work (building and construction). You get two weeks to finish your presentation.

    Task: Choose one or more of the following tools and make a risk assessment: Angle grinder, Nail gun, Circular saw, Table saw, Bolt gun and Heat gun.

    Cecilie Isaksen Eftedal - 16.01.2014 12:59

  8. Blood Diamond, assignment

    After watching Blood Diamond by Edward Zwick, students can answer easy questions about the plot, characters and the message of the film.

    The task is focused on basic skills: reading, writing and talking.

    Tatjana Berg - 13.05.2014 10:16

  9. Cholera in Papua New Guinea | Global Education

    The link targets reasons for cholera, treatment and prevention. The topic can be used as an interdisciplinary project. Students improve reading, understanding, listening and speaking skills (e.g. class discussion). The link below is a set of video clips focused on water-based diseases.


    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 09:27

  10. A brave survivor: Thon's story - ABC Shepparton - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    With a flight from Kenya to Australia, everything in Thon's life changed. He was free from 14 years in a refugee camp and about to start a new unimaginable life. ABC Open community contributor Kayla Warwick found out about his journey for One on One: Goulburn Valley Refugees.

    Tatjana Berg - 14.05.2014 21:46

  11. Everyday First Aid | British Red Cross

    The British Red Cross wants to help you feel confident and willing to give first aid. This site makes it easy to learn the skills you’ll need to treat a range of injuries and illnesses.

    Tatjana Berg - 15.05.2014 21:35

  12. Modellskip (TIP)

    Mål for undervisningsopplegget: Elevene skal bygge og male et modellskip. Arbeidsprosessen skal dokumenteres på engelsk i en arbeidslogg, samt presenteres for klassen og faglærere.

    Mariann Svendsen - 16.06.2014 11:00

  13. Channels

    Trinn/nivå: VG2Emne: English in the media and aspects of entertainment and culture

    • English in the media
    • Aspects of entertainment and culture
    • Language and Communication
    • Presenting opinions formally and informally

    Learning aims:

    Using different listening and reading strategies

    Presenting opinions formally and informally

    ginarn - 18.06.2014 09:07

  14. Writing a Letter of Complaint

    Hvordan man skriver og svarer på en formell skriftlig klage på en tjeneste eller produkt.

    Jan Espen Andresen - 12.09.2014 09:51

  15. Word on the street | LearnEnglish | British Council | Starting a Business

    The video clip is easy to follow: it is subtitled.

    Students can learn a few collocations and get some tips on starting their own business.

    Tatjana Berg - 30.09.2014 22:35

  16. Electrician Career Guide - Construction Jobs

    A comprehensive guide to becoming an electrician. Includes information on a typical salary, job responsibilities, skills, career progressions and more. Students can read an interview with an electrician and complete the table on pros and cons of the job.

    Some ideas for class activities (cooperative learning): Electrician

    Step 1: Read and discuss the interview

    Students work in groups of four.

    They are given different roles; they should also change roles once.

    Tatjana Berg - 01.10.2014 20:41

  17. The Milking Machine


    Utvide eget ordforråd i forbindelse med kyr, melking, redskaper, sykdommer og hygiene.

    Kunne gjøre en praktisk-muntlig demonstrasjon i fjøset for faglærer på engelsk med bruk av flest mulig faguttrykk.

    lisfos - 06.10.2014 14:01

  18. Talking About Disabilities - Engelsk - NDLA

    Why is it important to be aware of the words and phrases that we use when talking to disabled people? Do you know the correct terminology to use? Below you will find both recommended terms and terms to avoid.

    Trine Merethe Paulsen - 11.10.2014 11:34

  19. Child Soldier Ishmael Beah on TheHOUR CBC

    Child soldier Ishmael Beah speaks to George Stroumboulopoulos on TheHOUR about his experience fighting in Sierre Leone and his new book "A Long Way Home: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier"

    Tatjana Berg - 13.10.2014 10:32

  20. A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah, (novel online; full text)

    The material can be used to study literature and global issues.

    The book is written by a former child soldier. The language is not diffiicult and can be easily understood by pupils. Ishmael tells the story of his life in Sierra Leone and later in Canada.

    The interview with Ishmael Beah (NDLA/FYR) can be useful too.

    Students can compare and contrast Ishmael Beah and the fictional character of Dia from Blood Diamond.

    Tatjana Berg - 16.10.2014 09:36