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Árbæjarskóli - Iceland. Complementary Teaching Activities (CTA-days) THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN ICELAND March 2003. The working frame. The themes for CTA-days are selected by teachers and a stearinggroup of 2-3 teachers who are put in charge.

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Árbæjarskóli - Iceland

Complementary Teaching Activities (CTA-days)

THE SECOND WORLD WAR

IN ICELAND

March 2003


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The working frame

  • The themes for CTA-days are selected by teachers and a stearinggroup of 2-3 teachers who are put in charge.

  • More detailed development: Teachers note on special sheets what material/ideas they are interested in having on the CTA-days.

  • The stearinggroup chooses from ideas, arranges the teachers on the projects, and students into groups.

  • Every teacher hands in a teaching plan.


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The second world war in Iceland

  • The upper level (14-16 year olds), is a total of 430 students

  • Four days of work, including 3 days of CTA-work and the last day for sports festival, play andthe students´ annual celebration.

  • Students were divided up to 13 groups, 11 groups working on themes and 2 groups preparing the last day. In each group there were 25-30 students and 2 teachers.

  • The working time was based on the timetable, starting at 8.10 with one break and finishing at 12.40 (two 180 min. sessions).


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The 13 groups detailed introduction follows on the last slide.

  • Dance and music

  • Various statistics

  • Sources – history

  • Teenagers´ sports during the war years


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The 13 groups detailed introduction follows on the last slide.

  • Movies

  • Soldier caps and Nissen huts

  • Orienteering

  • Fashion


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The 13 groups detailed introduction follows on the last slide.

  • Models

  • Does an Icelander live here?


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The 13 groups detailed introduction follows on the last slide.

  • Telecommunications museum

  • Play

  • Final festival

Introduction of each of the 13 groups


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