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Vikingerne – hvem, hvad og hvorfor?

Opgave:

1. dag: (Hvor I planlægger rundvisningen)

Ha’ delt de forskellige genstande ud til gruppemedlemmer. (se ruten nederst).

Når I viser rundt er der nogle dogmer:

A: I skal IKKE læse op – I skal holde jer til stikord.
B: I skal tale ud fra de genstande der er på museet. Peg på dem og fortæl ud fra dem.
C: I skal have øjenkontakt og forsøge ikke at tale langsomt. Bed dem om at spørge jer hvis de er i tvivl om noget.
D: Hvert stop skal tage max. 7 min. I må vente i kø – hvis næste stop ikke er ledigt.

2. Dag: Omvisning:

A: Der skal lægges tøj i garderoben osv. Herefter får I præsenteres jeres elev/elever som I skal vise rundt.

B: I fortæller navn og fortæller hvad der skal foregå.

C: I viser rundt i udstillingen (HUSK en skal tage tid. I skal være færdig med omvisning kl. 11.00 – Bliver I hurtigere færdig må I gerne tale

D: Her samtaler I med jeres gæst om følgende:

Hvilken historisk periode bliver opfattet som en ’guldalder’ i det nationale erindringsfællesskab som personen er en del af? Hvor har personen sin viden om disse fortidserindringer? Hvorfor har nationer behov for guldaldre?/gloværdige døde (Anthony Smith)

Gruppe nr. | Gruppemedlemmer Fra RYS (5 i hver) | Rute | 1 | Adam, Jeppe, Mads, Maria, Sarah | 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 | 2 | Alma, Ida, Lasse, Mathias, Therese | 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,1,9 | 3 | Amalie, Elizabeth, Jonas, Mille, Victor | 3,4,5,6,7,8,1,2,9 | 4 | Andrea, Edith, Johannes, Nicolas, Sørine | 9,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 | 5 | Asger, Christian, Johanne, Nikolina, Simon | 9,5,6,7,8,1,2,3,4 | 6 | Caroline, Christine, Johan, Pelle, Silas, | 9,6,7,8,1,2,3,4,5 |

Nr. til jeres rute | Rum/genstand. | Tema og genstand – tale ca. 5 - 7 min. | 1 | Rum 23 –Billede af Jellingestenen og skibssænkningen. | Afslutningen på vikingetiden. Over i Europæisk middelalder. Fortæl om Jellingestenen som erindringssted for danskerne. Beskriv den historiografisk debat om stenene. Fortæl om runer. Læs: Danmarkshistorie mellem erindring og glemsel http://natmus.dk/historisk-viden/danmark/oldtid-indtil-aar-1050/vikingetiden-800-1050/monumenterne-i-jelling/jellingstenen/ | 2 | Rum 24 – Angreb på Lindisfarne. | Fortæl vikingetidens ’begyndelse’ (hvilken tidsperiode har man i kontinental Europa)– fortæl om de kilder der er til vikingetiden og hvordan dette har farvet vores forestilling om vikingerne i eftertiden. Læs op fra kilden og vær’ kildekritiske. http://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/havhingsten-i-fortid-og-nutid/arkaeologi-og-historie/skriftlige-kilder-til-vikingetiden/ | 3 | Rum 24 – Kort over vikingernes rejser | Fortæl om hvor de ’danske, svenske og norske’ vikinger tog hen? Fortæl om trinene – i vikingernes udvikling: Plyndring, kolonisering, assimilation: Se f.eks. Flemming Kauls fortælling. http://natmus.dk/historisk-viden/danmark/oldtid-indtil-aar-1050/vikingetiden-800-1050/ | 4 | Rum 24 – Vikingepokal fra 1800 tallet | Fortæl om, hvorfor ’vikingetiden’ blev populær i 1800 tallet og hvorfor vikingetiden igen er populærhttp://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/havhingsten-i-fortid-og-nutid/billedet-af-vikingen/ | 5 | Rum 24 – Vikingetiden og England | Fortæl om, hvad der afslutter vikingetiden – og fortæl om hvordan man i dag kan se Danmarks indflydelse på England/engelsk. Forklar, hvad Danelaw er:http://www.denstoredanske.dk/Danmarkshistorien/Da_Danmark_blev_Danmark/Den_første_vikingetid/Danske_erobrere_og_kolonister/Sproglig_indflydelse_og_andre_påvirkningerhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danelaw | 6 | Rum 24 Guldskatte i midten | Forklar om, hvordan vikingerne er beskrevet i historiografien.. Fra den krigeriske til den fredelige viking.. og til nu – både og. Læs i ’Danmarkshistorien mellem erindring og glemsel’ | 7 | Rum 21 Vikingegrave | Forklar om klasseforskelle i vikingetiden (om grave i vinkler på vikingetiden) – Læs s. 21 – 29 http://natmus.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/natmus/undervisning/dokumenter/Vinkler_paa_vikingetiden_Vikingeantologi_undervisning.pdf | 8 | Lokale 22Guldhornene | Læs op af Oehlenschlagers digt. Igangsætter af romantikken… som også er igangsætter af ’erindringseksplotionen’ Fortæl historien om guldhornene. Og hvad Pierre Nora mener med ’erindringseksplosion’. Se f.eks: http://natmus.dk/historisk-viden/danmark/nationalstaten-1848-1915/samfundet-under-nationalstaten/nationalromantik/ | 9 | Lokale Folk og nation | Fortæl om nationalismens udbredelse i 1800 tallet – Forklar det sproglige erindringssted: Hvad udadtil tabes skal indadtil vindes. Forklar, hvorfor der i 1800 tallet var ’behov’ for at ’opfinde’ vikingerne. Læs s. 6 – 14: http://natmus.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/natmus/undervisning/dokumenter/Vinkler_paa_vikingetiden_Vikingeantologi_undervisning.pdf |…...

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