German Language Adventure

Boy and Girl trying to solve task (c) Foto: Goethe-Institut

German Language Game

Motivational Game brought to your school by our team.
Suitable for P7 to S2.

 
Many schools up and down the country have benefited from this unique activity aimed to kick-start or support interest in German for groups of up to 100 pupils. In team-work pupils complete 16 interactive tasks on music, history, celebrities, literature, food and football. The game will spark interest in German culture and language and demonstrate that language learning is fun!

Hosting a German Language Adventure
Our team of native German speakers will visit your school and set up 16 activity stations. For more information on room requirements and an example for a schedule, please download the documents below.
 
Hosting Requirements (PDF, 37 KB)
 
List of Team Activities (PDF, 81 KB)
 
Follow-up activities
With support from SCILT we developed follow-up activities to insure that the event is not only a memorable but also a sustained experience for young learners.
 
Follow-up activities (PDF, 880 KB)

Dates: by arrangement.
 
Testimonials
 
Senior Management, staff and pupils all thought it ranked amongst some of the most worthwhile events we have run in the school over recent years. Susan Belkacemi, PT Johnstone High School
 
I wanted to thank you for the fantastic input you provided for our pupils. I have had very positive feedback - they have been inspired and enthused. Liz Harris, Deputy Head Castlehead High School
 
We would like to thank you for the fantastic afternoon playing the German Language Adventure. It is so well organised, so unique and so good to see it appealing to even our less interested pupils. Leila Okasha, Beeslack High School MidLothian
 
In February 2014 we visited Hamilton College in Glasgow. View their picture gallery of the event here
 
Partners
The game is brought to you with the support of SCILT.
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