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Schoolpage Challenge 1 - Montessori College Arnhem

Page history last edited by Yvette Duppen 9 years, 12 months ago

Hello everyone,


Here is our first interview about healt care in Holland. We decided to interview Emma's aunt who works at the ambulance. 

Our second interview about health care is with a nurse from a home for the elderly. 


This interview was conducted with the mother of Ilse who works in a nursing home


Our Next inteview is with a nurse who works at the intensive care at the hospital Rijnstate in Arnhem.


And here is our last interview, this interview is with a nurse from a mental institution

And here are our drawings. 


This first drawing is about hospitals. Rich people can choose to wich hospital they will go, they can choose whichone they like best, or is closest to home. If you're not that rich you can go to a hospital in Holland, everyone had the right to go. But there are not as many choises if you are poorer. 


Our secon drawing shows a fully filled refrigerator in a rich family they can choose and buy whatever they want,  while the right fridge so empty is because people get their food at the food bank. They can not choose, they just have to eat what te people at the food bank offer. But we think it is very good that their is something like a foodbank.


This last drawing is about water. It shows howmuch water a home in Holland has. We have water in almost every room, and all of that water is drinkable. It doesn't mather if you're pour or rich in Holland, everyone has access to clean drinking water. 



Thank you for watching our page, we hope you enjoyed it! 


Comments (2)

Bob Hofman said

at 2:09 pm on Apr 24, 2014

We a great way to show us the flow in the interviews, well done MCA!

Natasha Cherednichenko said

at 11:07 am on Mar 31, 2014

Dear Yvette and students,
thank you for the interview. Please post this information directly to the page, as some participants can't open uploaded files.
Hope to see your drawings soon.

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