Activating pupils is one of the most important – and sometimes most difficult – challenges any teacher faces. The Goethe-Institut India has therefore put together a series of cultural events and competitions designed to help you motivate your pupils and to make learning German more fun.
Water, fire, earth and air: Without them, there is no life. Human kind knows this, and uses the elements. After the balance between use and damage to nature has been lost in many places now, a time of rethinking has begun.
The International German Olympiad (IDO – Internationale Deutscholympiade) is the largest German language contest in the world. Every 2 years, students from around the world demonstrate their German knowledge.
InDaF, the Indo-German Teachers Association and the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan are organizing a conference for German teachers from 9.02.2018 to 11.02.2018 at India International Centre, New Delhi.
The conference celebrates the 10th Anniversary of “InDaF” and “PASCH- Schools: Partners for the future”.
The Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan soon represents the German band RAGGABUND (www.raggabund.de) in South Asian countries such just Pakistan, Sri-Lanka and in various cities in India from 12th October to 17th November 2017.
Pivotal German inventions from the natural sciences: Games, films, and an exhibition on historic discoveries and leading-edge innovations.
31 school students, 4 teachers, a one-month German language scholarship in Germany and the opportunity of a lifetime to meet and interact with German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
Every year the Goethe-Institut organises international youth camps in India and sometimes also in Sri Lanka or Nepal, for school students learning German.