Enterprise German is designed for schools that want to build a bridge to the world of work or expand their business contacts. The project combines aspects of professional orientation with an idea contest that stimulates the students’ creativity and inventor spirit.
The JuniorUni is a free educational project for young people. It offers the opportunity to find answers to the most exciting questions from the fields of robotics, aerospace, technologies, science, energy and sustainability and to learn German at the same time.
CLIL is a practice that is rapidly moving into mainstream European education. In Australia, many schools have introduced CLIL programs to promote multilingualism – a key competence in an increasingly interconnected world.
German is considered, after English, one of the key languages used in science professionally and in research. Bringing STEM and German language learning together is at the heart of the Goethe-Institut’s CLIL/STEM initiative.
Teams of students explore the ecological situation in their place of residence, street or school. With concrete ideas and actions, they draw the public's attention to the existing ecological situation.
In cooperation with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, our community garden located at the Goethe-Institut in Sydney, has been designed to promote gardening, sustainability and positive food habits.
In this CLIL unit year 7 & 8 students explore how countries like Australia and Germany create electricity. They investigate the consequences of our energy consumption for the earth, learn about the development of renewable energies and analyse ways to save energy.
The Girls' Day is one of the biggest career orientation projects for girls worldwide! The aim of this campaign is to expand the range of career choices for women and to promote diversity in the workplace.
At the National Conference "Sustainable with German" in 2018, guest speaker Rebecca Rashid developed an interactive workshop on sustainability. Worksheets suitable for Years 9 to 12 are now available for download.
This CLIL unit combines German and biology lessons and is suitable for students in years 3 & 4. In just 7 lessons, the children learn how to grow a bean plant. They observe the germination process and learn to describe this process in German.
This unit provides a good foundation for getting to know Gulumoerrgin, the language of the Larrakia, and exploring the importance of indigenous languages and related knowledge systems. Jahreszeichen demonstrates the wealth of knowledge that the Larrakia People hold about nature and the environment.
LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 is a robot composed of a programmable computer, motors and sensors. The robots can be built into different models using LEGO bricks. Depending on the complexity of the project LEGO MINDSTORMS are suited to students from Year 5 to 9.
Blue-Bot® is a small robot that can be programmed using a tablet or with the arrows on the robot itself. Through this coding game students adopt new skills in Digital Technologies and learn German at the same time. Additionally, with the Goethe-Institut’s classroom mats other learning areas can be integrated into the German lessons.
Here you'll find 20 CLIL modules for these topics: Water, magnetism, plants, cars, materials, air, time, weight, oil, fat, gas, the human body, animals, nature, earth and the sun suited for primary school children in Years 3 and 4.
With regard to the Football World Cup this page provides links to a number of resources for German and football. In addition to numerous worksheets, you'll find videos and podcasts that you can use in class without much preparation.