“THE SAN PEOPLE IN
BOTSWANA AND THE
TRAVELLERS IN NORWAY”
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
THE CULTURE OF TWO
MINORITY GROUPS
Associate professor Anne-Mari Larsen,
Queen Maud's College of Early Childhood
Education, Norway
Coordinator Stella Nguluka, Bokamoso Educational
Trust, Botswana
THE BACKGROUND OF THE
STUDY
AIMS
FAMILY MATTERS
PRESCHOOL
SCHOOL
LANGUAGE
CULTURE
METHODS FOR INTERVIEWING
WHO HAS BEEN INTERVIEWED
THE SITUATION AROUND THE
INTERVIEW
THE SAN PEOPLE AND THE
TRAVELLERS
WHAT DOES THE FAMILY MEAN
TO YOU?
WHAT IS THE REASON FOR
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE
FAMILY?
IS IT IMPORTANT FOR
CHILDREN TO JOIN
PRESCHOOL?
WHAT ARE YOUR EXPERIENCES
FROM SCHOOL?
WHAT DID YOU LEARN AT
SCHOOL?
DID YOU KNOW
SETSWANA/NORWEGIAN WHEN
YOU STARTED SCHOOL?
“We teach in Setswana and English.
Sometimes the children translate for
each other. They are not allowed to
speak Naro in the class. If you speak
Naro it will be difficult to learn and to
speak English and Setswana”
(Head Of Department, primary school)
WHAT DOES CULTURE MEAN TO
YOU?
WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANCE
OF MUSIC AND STORIES?
ARE THERE ANY BAD THINGS
IN THE CULTURE?
DO YOU HAVE ANY HOPES FOR
THE FUTURE?
WHAT IS BEING DONE TO KEEP
THE CULTURE?
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