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Norwegian Language, Culture, Handcrafts and Nature

Introduction

  Keep your language. Love its sounds, its modulation, its rhythm. But try to march together with men of different languages, remote from your own, who wish like you for a more just and human world.” 

― Hélder CâmaraSpiral Of Violence

 

This is a class for international students, who have an interest in Norway and Scandinavian culture. Perhaps you have Norwegian roots, and want to explore your ancestor’s culture and language. Maybe you just like to travel and have dreamt of spending a year abroad. Together with students from all over the world, this class offers you the chance to experience and learn about the land of the midnight sun, the trolls and the fjords.
The topics in our World Class will relate to Norway; the country`s history, culture, religion, sports and language. Imagine the possibilities for political and religious dialogue, and cultural exchange in an international class environment. 

Stavern Folkehøyskole is located just 90 minutes from our capital, Oslo, on the beautiful Skagerak coastline, in the picturesque town of Stavern. Our school offers full board accommodation, with four meals a day. You can choose to stay in a standard single or double room, or can upgrade to a room with on-suite facilities for an additional fee.

The school and its location offer unique possibilities for outdoor activities. On campus there are sand volleyball and football coarts. For indoor sports we have a large sports hall and gym, and facilities for kickboxing. We also have a music studio, theatre and several rooms for creative activities like photography, pottery, sewing and traditional Norwegian handcrafts.eggende og så jobber du videre med det du har mest lyst til å lære og lage.

Study trips

This class offers study trips around Norway, where you will experience some of the country’s most spectacular fjord and mountain scenery. There will also be time to visit theatres, museums and exhibitions in Oslo and other Norwegian cities, as well as a trip to London.

Curriculum

History and Politics.
Learn about the development of our social democracy, which for years has brought Norway a top three position on UN`s lists for both welfare and political stability. We will take a good look at how Norway developed from a poor, primitive country on the world`s outskirt, to the country it is today, with the highest welfare rate in the world. How did our independence contribute? The World War? What has oil got to do with it?

Norwegian language
We teach basic Norwegian language, which will enable you to communicate with your Norwegian fellow students in their own language. If you work hard, you might be able to read Ibsen in the original language. If you work really hard, you might be able to take official Norwegian University test, which is required to study at a Norwegian university.

Sport and outdoor activities
Experience Norwegian outdoor sports like cross-country skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and kayaking in some of the most spectacular landscapes you can imagine. We are proud to show you our Norwegian mountains, fjords and waterfalls.

Handcrafts
In the World Class you will also practice some traditional Norwegian handcrafts, such as knife making, sewing, jewellery making and pottery.

Culture and Literature
For a small country of about 5 million inhabitants, Norway has fostered quite a few famous personalities within the areas of literature, music and arts. Learn about some famous Norwegians like our authors Henrik Ibsen and Knut Hamsun, our painter Edvard Munch, and composer Edvard Grieg. How did these people benefit from their Norwegian culture and background?
An important part of Norwegian heritage is our urge to go see the world. More than a thousand years ago, the Vikings did exactly that (in addition to a couple of other less pleasant things).  In modern day, there have been other, more civilized, Norwegian explorers like the philanthropist Fritjof Nansen and the Environmental spokesman, Thor Heyerdal (who actually came from our town).
Can we receive the modern day travellers in a good manner when they come to us from other parts of the world? We hope to prove to you that we can!

Practical info

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Johan Sanstad

Hovedlærer World Class

Mobil: 47 97 09 02

Mail: js@stavernfhs.no

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