[NetBehaviour] Helgi & Hroar, a Story of Murder & Revenge
ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Fri Jan 31 13:54:12 CET 2014
So pleased to see this again.
It is chilling (in a thrilling kind of way) to see children engage so
seriously with such epic dark themes.
I think it is a remarkable piece of work.
- thanks Michael for making it public.
On 30/01/2014 18:10, Michael Szpakowski wrote:
> I made this piece working with two classes of year 4 students ( 8-9 years) old in Southwark, South London in 2011 -it exists as a DVD but I only just got around to putting it on YouTube. It was one of the most fun things I've ever done and the kids were a delight and an inspiration to work with, rising to every challenge I set them. Many of them had English as their second ( or third) language. Additionally we approached their participation "comprehensively" -every child took part whatever their "abilites" or any behavioural or other difficulties they displayed.
> The project was produced by Furthefield and Ruth and Ale in particular...
> If you have 20 minutes please have a look..
> wamrest wishes
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