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3 Story Telling - Examples

Monica Johannessen (NO)
You can do story telling in many different ways. At Landa we involve the guest in the story. The goal for us is that they feel that they are in the time the story is from. Every visitor of any of the different arrangements that we have here, like the museum, the event, school classes, groups, private arrangements and so on will during the time they spend at Landa learn history through activities, storytelling, and experience.

2 Story Telling - Activities

Monica Johannessen (NO)
It is important to have a good story and know the stories you wish to tell, and to practice them before telling them to a audience. We wish to give you example of activities, find some which fit you and your place and that appeal to you and fit your purpose and objectives.

1 Story Telling - Introduction

Monica Johannessen (NO)
Storytelling is the conveying of events in words, images and sounds, often by improvisation or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and to instill moral values.

Spinning with a Spindle

Hannah Fraza (NL)
Spinning yarn is the first step to creating cloth. There are multiple ways of spinning, you could, for example, also use a spinning wheel or a stick which you roll against your leg, but a spindle is one of the most basic and simple methods which can be used anywhere you go. By spinning you twist all the separate hairs in the wool into a single strand, this makes a piece of yarn a lot stronger than just some loose hairs.

Bronzezeithof Uelsen (DE)

Since 2005, a Bronze Age Farm under (re-)construction as a place for educational and experimental archaeology. The project started as an initiative of the community of Uelsen, which financed roughly half of the amount required (ca. 90.000 Euros) for the building of the central house...

Archeon (NL)

Founded in 1994, Archeon covers 10,000 years of human development in the Netherlands. From hunter-gatherers in the Stone Age and farmers in the Bronze and Iron Ages, through the Roman period and right up to everyday life in 1340 AD, “Archaeo-interpreters” show what life was...

Archäologisches FreilichtMuseum Oerlinghausen (DE)

Southeast of Bielefeld near the Teutoburger Forrest, one finds the Archäologisches Freilichtmuseum Oerlinghausen (AFM), originally founded by the “Reichsverband für Deutsche Vorgeschichte” as a political presentation of...

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