German for foreigners
Most people do not have fond memories of their schooldays. They automatically fall back into their old ways: learning by rote, cheating their way through, sticking it out, etc.
This pattern needs to be broken if I want to reach the students and make them enthusiastic about the new culture in which they are now going to live.
The ability to cope with life in a foreign country calls for other abilities: curiosity, a thirst for knowledge, freedom from anxiety, friendships, etc. and, of course, the ability to communicate.
- I work with Montessori materials, objects and figurative language.
- The themes are topical, relate to everyday life and are adapted to the situation in which the pupils find themselves.
- In addition to the acquisition of vocabulary and grammar, we deal with seasonal traditional and cultural themes.