Photo: Wesley Nel
Visit the Goethe-Institut in Sydney
Are you planning a school excursion with your German class? We would love to welcome you at Goethe-Institut Sydney! We offer different, topic-related activities for students. We are seeking to give your students the opportunity to actively get to know the German language and culture as well as to convey a current image of Germany in a way that is suitable for youth.
Photo: Goethe-Institut Melbourne/ Matt Irwin October 2015
Visit the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne
Guided tours through regularly changing, interesting exhibitions are waiting for you at the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne, as well as a range of topic-related activities. We are seeking to give your students the opportunity to actively get to know the German language and culture as well as to convey a current image of Germany in a way that is suitable for youth. In addition to general information, we offer changing learning stations in relation to the exhibitions that we host at the Goethe-Institut.
Contact: Jelena Herster
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How do we get rid of space debris that orbits the earth? What can we do to halt resistance to antibiotics? These and similar questions are addressed by the students at the science workshops.
FIT mit Deutsch Certificate
Motivate your students with a sense of achievement! With the Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Fit in Deutsch 1 and the Goethe-Zertifikat A2: Fit in Deutsch exams, your students get the opportunity to gain an internationally recognized certificate. The exams require simple German language skills and cover topics from everyday situations like presenting oneself and others, reading and listening comprehension, as well as common questions and requests.
Wheel of Knowledge
The Goethe-Institut provides the opportunity to lend a wheel of fortune and attached quiz questions for German lessons at schools or promotional events. The questions refer to the five categories ‘German Food’, ‘German Cities and Geography’, ‘German Language’, ‘Sports’ and ‘leisure time’.
Pick up: Goethe-Institut Sydney