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Chapter 8Kulturweg der Deutschen Minderheiten in Georgien

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The following exercises support the use of the publication "Cultural Route of the German Minority in Georgia" (Council of Europe, 2017) in Georgian secondary schools within the meaning of Article 8 (1) g-h of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.

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Part of the series German Traces

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"The german-Georgian Year 2017 celebrates 200 years of German settlement history in Georgia. 
Its motto is FUTURE INHERITANCE and offers many opportunities to strengthen Georgia's close ties with 
Germany and its impact on the present.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, Germans lived in Georgia as educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, painters, architects 
or farmers, and to this day, settlements, buildings and facilities bear witness to their influence. The rich heritage of the Germans in Georgia is reflected in the trilingual publication "Cultural Route of the German Minority in Georgia", published by the Council of Europe in 2017, through photos of buildings and local plans. 
Well documented.
In order to facilitate the use of the publication in German lessons in schools, Ms. Manana Akhalkatsi has 
Commissioned by the Goethe-Institut and the Council of Europe, worksheets for German teachers were created. Subject-specific methodological-didactic suggestions are presented in training courses and are intended to help German teachers. 
and teachers encourage them to continue working on the topic themselves and thus raise awareness of the work of the Germans in Georgia. Migration is one of the great issues of our time. Today, Germany is one of the most important destination countries. The 
The question of why many Germans came to Georgia, especially in the 19th century, and how they lived here, can be found in 
In this context, this is certainly also of interest to students in Georgia.
Answers to these questions can be found with the materials developed

 

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