Once the 3rd visit has concluded it’s time to evaluate it. Students and teachers express their opinion through a questionnaire. It is important what they say in it to correct and improve the next and last visit of the Integrapp+ project. Here you can download the results:
Teachers’ meeting Minutes 2nd – 6th Oct 2019 Agenda 1. Certificates and Payment cards The coordinator gives all the certificates and payment cards. 2. Organization of the visit and activities All the activities have been perfectly designed according to the main goals of this visit. Students have felt at home in their host families and the organizing teachers, together with the management team at the school have made a very professional job regarding the tasks. 3. e-twinningFinland coordinator will prepare the e-twinning tasks for the following months. We all have to make sure how to use this tool. She suggests that we all log in
Day 3. Today we’ve visited a cultural center for foreigners, where they can attend Danish classes, workshops, or just gather together. This place is full of refugees from Syria, Somalia, Afganistán and some other places. We’ve been able to listen to some music, eat some treads or wear their typical clothes. In the afternoon, we’ve visited the Odín theatre, a cozy place full of culture. We’ve made a performance workshops and we’ve sung some lullabies from our countries. Special day…
Day 2. Today we have started the student’s presentations about protecting the refugees and immigrants cultural heritage. We have visited the town hall and the most symbolic places of Holstebro. The day has finished having dinner all together in a Chinese restaurant. Oh! And we have danced too!!
Day 1. Such an exhausting day because of the long trip but full of emotions. Students and teachers enjoyed their first day in Denmark in the Legoland park in the city of Billund. At the end of the day, students and teachers of the partner countries traveled to the host city, Holstebro to meet their hosting families.
It’s the oldest church in Holstebro. The first church was built in 1440, but that church burned down. They rebuild the church and reinforced it. In 1907, they realized the church was too small, so they decided to build a new one. Unfortunately, the old church was built too strong, so they struggled demolishing it. They then decided to use dynamite for the demolition, and succeeded. The church they built in 1907 was too big to be placed in right direction. So, in order to build the new church, so they had to change that also.
The Odin Theater was founded in Oslo in 1964 by Eugenio Barba. He gathered a group of actor aspirants, who had not entered the State Theater School, and developed a training for actors. At this time, no other similar groups existed in Europe. Being self-taught and independent of the mainstream theater world was unheard of and has characterized the history of the Odin Theater up to now.