Information event and reading German dual language symposium: Information session and reading

05/14/16
4pm - 6pm

Goethe-Institut New York

30 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003

The Goethe-Institut New York is organizing a symposium on German dual language programs for teachers, school administrators, and parents in New York City and the tri-state area.

On Saturday evening (4 - 6pm) we invite parents to join us for an information session where leading experts in the field of bi-lingual education will present on the benefits of early and sustained dual language instruction and on the best strategies for starting and supporting dual language programs at public schools.

Parents and their children are also invited to join a reading of German children's book autor Beate Dölling.  

Foto Beate Dölling © Beate Dölling Beate Dölling, born in 1961 in Osnabrück, lives in Berlin since 1981; she likes to read, travel, eat and swim, also against the stream, finds ideas for her stories everywhere, writes children's and youth novels for various publishers as well as radio plays for Deutschlandradio. She also gives writing workshops and loves to spend the winter in Spain.  

If you are interested in participating, please register here.
If you have questions, contact us at teacher@newyork.goethe.org.

Two further events are organized as part of the sysmposium: a networking evening for school administrators, supereintendents and teachers (Friday, May 13) and a workshop for German teachers (Saturday, May 14).

Learn about benefits of language immersion at early age (Education Week, March 28, 2016).

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