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DeutschZusammen - German Together. A Pedagogical Exchange Day for Teachers of German.
Warwick University, Faculty of Arts Building (various rooms).
Deutschzusammen - German Together.
A Pedagogical Exchange Day for Teachers of German at Warwick University

Featuring a reading by author Dilek Güngör

On Saturday July 2, we invite teachers to a day comprising multiple sessions, based in our new, state-of-the-art Faculty of Arts Building. This will be a part day event, running from 09:30 until 16:00 approx with a diverse and engaging programme (to follow), including (but not limited to)

  • a welcome address from colleagues in Warwick German Studies, offering insights into the study of German at university today and the careers it can lead to;
  • co-delivered pedagogy sessions for sharing methods, approaches and resources in a range of key teaching areas - developed in dialogue with colleagues from schools;
  • presentation(s) by guest speakers, including colleagues from Goethe Institut and author Dilek Güngör
  • exhibitions showing the range of outreach work and wider value of German Studies projects at Warwick;
  • opportunities to network, discuss shared ideas and concerns and plan for future events and exchanges.

The programme will comprise plenary and parallel sessions, speaker-led and round-table discussions, based on school- and university-generated input: to this end we would welcome information from participants on what they would like to gain from pedagogy exchange sessions, on whether they would like to share, contribute or even chair a session. Staff of all levels of experience and seniority are welcome, from trainees and NQTs through to heads of department, and from schools from the state and independent sectors.