Language Camp: Where “Boring” is Just a Word — Goethe de article on 56 pupils from all over the world met in Germany to revise German vocabulary, conjugate verbs and to explore the place

Schwäbisch Hall recently hosted 56 pupils from all over the world. They gathered there to revise German vocabulary, conjugate verbs, visit the Experimenta and explore the town, which, although larger than a “hall,” is not easy to get lost in. By Jahn Nitschke On a map, PASCH pupils point out their countries (Photo: Jahn Nitschke)…

Das traditionelle Handwerk Afghanistans — Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung ( In German language only)

By: Mohammad Ali Karimi Reichtum und Vielfalt der afghanischen Kultur zeigen sich am deutlichsten im traditionellen Handwerk des Landes. Teppiche, Filzerzeugnisse, Stickerei und Nadelmalerei machten einst mit ihrer bunten Pracht die afghanischen Basare zu den lebhaftesten Orten auf der Route der Seidenstraße. Heute ist nichts mehr von jener goldenen Zeit geblieben. Dabei könnte gerade das…

Five Years of PASCH: ‘The Future Begins Now’ — Goethe de article on 1,500 partner schools around the world link to German language and partnership with Germany

PASCH pupil Amina: “The new generation in Morocco wants to change the country, like I do” (Photo: Bernhard Ludewig) PASCH stands for Schools: Partners for the Future. Five years after the founding of the initiative, a workshop in Berlin shows how the German language links pupils from around the world as well as the visions…