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Two CaravansStages 8–10LæringsløpTwo Caravans
19 year-old Irina leaves her home in Ukraine to work as a strawberry picker in England, the country of her dreams. She is met by Vulk, the middleman who has promised her a job.
Climate ChangeStages 8–10LæringsløpClimate Change
is the single greatest of our time , starts Amanda Gorman’s poem “ ”, a for environmental action. The poem is named for the historic photo of the earth rising behind the moon. This famous photo, taken during the Apollo 8 mission to the moon in 1968, started the . This beautiful vision of the earth our to care for our planet.
The Boy who Lived with the BearsStages 8–10LæringsløpThe Boy who Lived with the Bears
This is a Native American legend from the Haudanosaunee people. They are part of a group of six Native American tribes from northeastern America called the Iroquois Nation. The Haudanosaunee people are also called “the people of the long-house”, because members of a clan, as many as 60 people, lived together in one house. Each clan was led by a clan mother. The story is an oral legend. Before people could read and write they told stories to each other. Often the stories were legends that explained different things: how the earth was created, why the bear has no tail or in this case, why it is important to treat children well.
The Boy who Lived with the BearsStages 8–10Læringsløp
Terminprøve vår 2021Stages 8–10LæringsløpThe Hill We Climb
The 22-year old poet Amanda Gorman recited her poem "The Hill We Climb" during the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden on January 20, 2021. Her words and performance moved people across the world. Now listen and read it yourself.