HOW TO LEARN GERMAN? – Liverpudlian students visit an international class at a Cologne grammar school

It’s even a little more international as usual in teacher Mathias Fehn’s class this morning at a Cologne grammar school. Among his students, all refugees or young people coming from foreign countries like Syria, Greece, Italy, Iraq and Spain, are five students from Liverpool University – all of the them future teachers.

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ZENSUS in Germany: Your country wants you… (or at least some information on you)

Where will new schools be built? New streets? Supermarkets? There where enough people live who use them. But where is it? Questions the German government first asked itself and then (since two weeks) the people of Germany. This formal process of asking is called ZENSUS.

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