Once upon a time

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The DKS program "It was once" takes place outside at Hallingtunet in Marienlyst.

There, students get to know how people lived in the old days. Questions that the students will get answers to include: how did people live in Norway around 200 years ago? What animals did you have on the farm? What were all the different houses used for? After the dialogue-based communication, the students are divided into groups and given different practical tasks. 

Contact person

Maria Ianke: 48 95 75 43

formidling@drammens.museum.no

-Orientation meeting for teachers: not held.-

The museum educator meets the group, of a maximum of 30 students, right inside the gate by the Lyche pavilion and the Museum building. Dress for the weather. It's cold in old houses! Leave the bags at school. The museum is responsible for all material.

Practical information

  • For whom: 1st step in Drammen
  • Duration: 1h. 20 min.
  • Metode: Fortelling, dialog, sanseopplevelser og innføring i bruk av spikkekniv.
  • Mål: -Elevene skal bli kjent med sitt lokale museum og viktige trekk ved livet på gården i gamle dager.
  • -Bruke håndverksteknikker og håndverktøy i utforming av tre.
  • – Undersøke egenskaper ved materialer og dele sanseerfaringer.
  • – planlegge og konstruere i naturmaterialer.

Before the museum visit

  • Talk about:
    What is a museum? Why do we have a museum? How should we behave in a museum.

After the museum visit

In addition to the tasks above, you can:

  • Draw a memory from the museum visit, something you remember from life in the old days. Could it be the different houses on the farm? How did the family sit when they ate? The rock or the loom?
    See some of Ivo Caprino's classics. For example; "Reveenka", "Seventh father in the house" and "Askeladden and the good helpers".
  • How did humans live about 200 years ago? Divide topics into different topics: eg; animals, houses, food, work assignments, etc. and let groups present their topic to the class.

The cultural schoolbag Drammens Museum spring 2022

Roadmap for Once upon a time Drammen 1st step and Frydenhaug

Contact person

Maria Ianke: 48 95 75 43

formidling@drammens.museum.no

Brandtsgård buss AS: 93 49 86 78

Bus is booked and picks up the students from Drammen approx. 20 min before the program starts.

Scheduled time applies to arrival and departure Drammens Museum by the main gate. Please call in case of delays.

Last updated 26.07.21 MI

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