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as a Foreign Language (DTG)

German teacher training in India


Dear readers,
As so often, it started small: At the beginning of the collaboration between the
Goethe-Institut New Delhi and the Indira Gandhi National Open University
(IGNOU) stood for the establishment of a joint distance learning course
Learning German in South India; that was in 2005. Then 2008 called that
Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany the initiative schools:
Partner of the Future (PASCH) into life. 42 schools across India were in
this network of 1,500 schools around the world was added
German lessons in secondary school as an essential common
Has feature. A brilliant success story, but with one
Hook: Since there have been virtually no German lessons in India's schools so far
there was a shortage of teachers, because of course the universities also formed
of the country does not recommend any foreign language teachers. This situation resulted now
fortunately the right people together at the right time: the
IGNOU with the intention of expanding its offer for foreign language teacher training
expand; the Goethe-Institut with the need to guarantee qualified German lessons at Indian secondary schools; last but not least
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm from the University of Vienna, whose long-time
Solidarity with Indian German studies and profound expertise in
teacher training made him the ideal third partner in the league.

Indira Gandhi National
Open University
Diploma in Teaching
German as a Foreign
Goethe Institute;
in India they are called
Goethe Institute
additionally Max Mueller

First and foremost, we would like to thank Shatabdi Ghosh-Laskar from the Goethe Institute New Delhi and Prof. Renu Bhardwaj from IGNOU, whose collaboration in setting up the German distance learning course was so gratifying at the time
And it was fruitful that the desire to expand this cooperation could arise, and the commitment of the DTG project to this day
carries. We are of course extremely grateful to Professor Krumm, his
Teammates and the University of Vienna for guaranteeing the necessary
Quality in all material development. And finally we thank you
Sincerely, to all our colleagues at the Goethe-Instituts
in India, thanks to their impressive commitment as authors and
Tutors contributed or still contributed to the success of the overall project
Markus Biechele
Head of language work at the Goethe-Institut New Delhi

Word on page 1
Abbreviations on page 1
What makes the IGNOU's German teacher training so special?
An interview with Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm p.2
What are the characteristics of the DTG? P.5
Prof. Renu Bhardwaj, coordinator of the DTG at the IGNOU p.6
DTG information bulletin board p.7
Short interviews with Miriam Houska and Sabine Hartert p.8
Facts and figures on page 9
The authors p.10
The perfect academic education p.11
The DTG at the Asia Conference Regional conference for German teachers p.12
Destination German page 14

What does IGNOU's German teacher training program do?

especially? An interview with Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm from
Chair for German as a Foreign Language at the Institute fr
German studies at the University of Vienna
The Diploma in Teaching German as a Foreign
Language (DTG) was set up as a cooperation project
between the Goethe-Institut New Delhi, the
University of Vienna and the Indira Gandhi National
Open University (IGNOU) started. How are
did these contacts come about?
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm: In the beginning there was one
Cooperation between IGNOU and the Goethe Institute
based on German courses. Because the IGNOU's philosophy
pursued, not only in the cities where there are universities
and institutions to offer education, but
Beyond that, it was obvious
enter into,
Mobilize educational reserves.
The Goethe-Institut was looking for one
Solution to the problem: What do you do with you
sudden need of more than 10,000 German teachers
in India?
The IGNOU has a large educational program, courses, Bachelor of Education and others.
Initially, the Goethe-Institut cooperated with
Indian universities started offering courses for the
To stimulate and promote German teacher training. I
I was involved in a project of the
Goethe Institute and the intermediary organizations of
France, Italy, Spain and Portugal with the Delhi
University involved to set up a foreign language teacher training course there. Delhi University
however only produces about five German teachers per year.
With a requirement of 10,000 it is very clear that the
Indian universities that with a direct degree
not make it. This means that people who are not suitably qualified also teach.
In this respect, the cooperation in the IGNOU German teacher training is based on a happy meeting: the Goethe-Institut was and is on

interested in qualifying German teachers

and realized that you can do that with further training
Can't do it alone, because there is no basic training that you can build on. Man
needs something fundamental, very elementary. The
but it cannot be a degree that takes three years
takes, that is not feasible for many Indians and it
does not deliver what is required quickly enough
So the idea was obvious, as is the case in Germany
after the war when there was a shortage of teachers to offer shorter programs with basic qualifications. That is exactly what happened with
the educational standards of the IGNOU, not necessarily one
perfect academic education, but what
society needs to provide as quickly as possible.
And then the three of us sat down, that
Goethe-Institut, the University of Vienna and the IGNOU,
at a moment when everyone has the same need
What are the special features of this course?
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm: The Diploma in Teaching
German is an elementary education that certainly isn't
corresponds to what one is looking for professionally
trained German teachers would like that
But then only comes with the Bachelor of Education
the DTG is supposed to prevent that from continuing entirely
teach unqualified people.
Right now the need in Indian schools is so great
that practically everyone is allowed to teach ...................
The DTG is now trying de facto within a year
it is one and a half an absolute basic qualification
provide. On the one hand, this concerns the language:
However, the improvement in language training is in place
not in the center, because that essentially has to be brought along. The basic requirement for the
Participation is German language skills at level B1,
and the hope is that the students over the course

this well annual

Achieve degree B2.
The Goethe Institute plays an important role here
Role: It delivers you
Most of the students because they are the most qualified
Language training takes place and
the Goethe Institute for
Good luck in India
distributes branches of the
of various kinds.
The second is that
Studying takes care of one
Basic qualification
Teaching. And quite
important: it also has one
Practical part is therefore not a
pure distance learning. It
gives a distance learning part about study letters,
which are still through video lectures
there are presence phases in which this
Paper knowledge deepened and
is concretized, and it
gives a fairly intensive practical phase. These
in turn
The trainee teachers learn practice
know and the schools,
who urgently need German teachers learn
on your part
know. Distance learning is also available
Teachers outside of
Delhi and Pune, den
previous centers of
Learning German,
acquired. Do this
then an internship
a school and learn
maybe schools too
know where to find one
to introduce
Conversely, it is clear when
Rapid training is not allowed
offers the IGNOU fr
those who do this
Teaching practice
to have,
Possibility, too

to complete a bachelor's degree. Only with that

Bachelor of Education can be obtained in Indian
School system get a permanent job and
is also paid better as a teacher; This is
So the incentive for everyone not to do it
Leave the basic qualification.
In that sense, the diploma is really that
Schnellkche that delivers teachers quickly, however
Nevertheless, the German teacher training remains
don't stand at that level.
But as an intermediate stage, I find it is
a meaningful system. It delivers something quickly
for practice, but everyone involved has that
Pressure or Incentive to Take the Bachelor of Education
still to be connected to a permanent
To have a life perspective as a German teacher.
The bachelor's degree follows the very classic
Indian academic principles.
A look into the crystal ball: what's next?
What else do you expect?
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm: It has to be said that this Bachelor of Education fr
German as a foreign language is not yet available. He
is in the works and we just have a meeting
had to push him a little further. The
Bachelor program will start in 2013 at the earliest
The size ratios can be approximated
Imagine like this: The DTG produces every year
or about 300 teachers every one and a half years.
Then the students go to the for a year
School. The estimates are different,
but it is presumed that only part of this
Teachers returning to schools for it
is also in India that among the
prospective teachers predominantly women
are, many of whom are teaching only as
do some kind of bridging work. Then
another activity comes or they return in
their families back. There are still as well
many professions in which one is paid much better with knowledge of German than with one
Teaching. That's a shame, but that's one of the reasons
This bachelor's degree is important to also in the field
to offer a perspective of the lesson.
What I find exciting is that this
Distance learning, stronger than I got from the
German DaF distance learning, know a lot
more with video components like video clips and
Video lectures works. These are very
important, because these lectures are from
Universities held. That shows this
Studying is nothing where the Goethe Institute
somewhat parallel to the local universities
makes. That is quite for the Indian partners
important and natural for me as a college person

to have
Material development
largely by Indian colleagues
to realize, and IGNOU also attaches great importance
ensure that the range of courses is in the Indian
Education system fits.
What role does the Asia Regional Conference play
fr German teachers in connection with the IGNOUS degree? *
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm: This conference has next
Among other things, of course, the function of making this diploma and bachelor program even better in the Indian one
Anchor scene; as a perspective for the teachers,
but also as a signal: We are all on another one
Interested in improving teaching qualifications. The
can also be seen in the conference program, the
many workshops. These are also part of this
Teaching qualification improvement. Also there is
special events for the evaluation of the DTG,

both with participants and with the

Tutors who take care of the presence phases
perform. Right now you have to say brutally:
There are really professional teachers for German
only in significant numbers at the Goethe-Institut, because that
GI via the Green Diploma (this is the name of the training fr
the GI's own teachers) and a lot of further training
has always tried to give his teachers a good one
To provide level. But it can't do that
stay. The conference, the distance learning, that's all
Contribute to raising the level across the board.
That is why questions of teaching qualifications also form one
thematic focus of this conference, and the
Participants from other Asian countries who
are sometimes faced with similar problems
strongly in an exchange of experiences, of course
Thank you for the interview.

From December 3rd to 5th, 2011, the Asian conference Destination German of the Indian German teachers' association InDaF and the
International German Teachers Association IDV took place in New Delhi, where the IGNOU German teacher training was presented in detail.

do one at

Kolkata New Delhi What
a sudden
Needs of more than
10 000
German teachers in
Bangalore India?

Hans-Jrgen Krumm

What are the characteristics of the DTG?

The Diploma in Teaching German as a Foreign Language (DTG) is a combination of distance and direct study as well as practical
Teaching components in the classroom a unique project. This program was
from the IGNOU in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut and with the specialist
Accompaniment developed by the University of Vienna and aims at teaching staff
equip them with professional basic teaching skills. In 2011 it was
the first year trained.
German as a foreign language in India
In 2008 the IGNOU and the Goethe Institute agreed one
Cooperation in the field of the training of German teachers.
In India there is currently a new perception of foreign languages ​​and an increased appreciation of foreign language teaching. The advance of the IGNOU is just as much a signal for this as
through the partner school initiative PASCH (
Interest in German growing like an avalanche.
Task sharing
In a project team made up of employees from the Goethe Institute and the
University of Vienna became the curriculum and distance learning material
developed and the pilot courses at IGNOU in 2010 and 2011
evaluated. During the pilot and implementation phase, the
Goethe-Institut provides regional support / tutoring for prospective foreign language teachers and is fr
responsible for their language and practical teaching training.
No locality ..
The course is designed as a distance learning course with distance learning letters, online lectures and presence phases. At the six locations
of the Goethe-Institut in India, the presence phases take place in the
respective regional centers of the IGNOU. For the subsequent
The students of a school at their location are given the practical phase
and assigned to an accompanying teacher there.
German teacher numbers
There is currently an estimated need of 10,000 German teachers in
India. Since there is no noteworthy professional German teacher training at the universities, the
Diploma in Teaching German over 300 German teachers in one to
received basic training for one and a half years.
Teaching internship
Of the 720 hours that the course includes, 240 alone are fr
the teaching internship is planned: at selected schools the students complete a total of 240 hours, of which again
60 hours of observation. The Goethe-Institut has at this
Schools German teachers are trained so that they can meet their future needs
assisting young colleagues as accompanying teachers during the internship phase. The meaning that within the DTG
is attributed to practice is also expressed in the fact that the
Grading of the teaching internship great weight in the
Overall grade.

Prof. Renu Bhardwaj is the coordinator of the diploma

in Teaching German at IGNOU
Why do you learn German in India?
German is quite popular
Language in southern India, especially in
Tamil Nadu and Kerala. We have a
Language program set up with the
a language certificate for German
can attain level A1. target of
Distance learning is to help the learner
also in distant places for German
sensitize and stimulate,
for example at a Goethe Institute
or further German at a university
to learn. A large number of young ones
Indians move to Germany
higher educational qualifications there too
acquire. In addition, many Germans have
Private company in the Indian
Economy invests and need
appropriately trained staff. So
we have one together with the Goethe Institute in Kerala and Tamil Nadu
IGNOU language diploma for German introduced, which makes us a very
got off to a successful start.
Germany or the Goethe-Institut
are ready to take German language lessons, especially at school
support. And the need is there. At
some schools will start at
sixth grade German taught in
many private schools use German as
Foreign language offered. So there
there is also a great need for German teachers here in India, and also the
IGNOU needs more skilled workers.
That's why we met again with the
Goethe-Institut and with the university
Vienna-done together, especially with
Professor Krumm, as the luminary

applies to the training of German teachers.

Professor Krumm is our advisor, with his
Help us start the pilot program of the DTG
could. In January 2012 we will start with the
next year.
How many students does the program have? Is there
Forecasts of how the course will develop
There are currently 350 students in total
225 in New Delhi alone. The program is still on
but limited to the six cities in which it
there are also Goethe Institutes. But as soon as we are in
As more cities expand, so will the numbers
will surely skyrocket considerably.
However, since there are face-to-face events and
Practical lessons
Teaching internships, is a participation in the program
currently only in the big cities with one
GI location possible, because the Goethe-Institut
places the students in suitable schools.
How is the cooperation with the GI and
the University of Vienna in everyday life?
With the Goethe-Institut in Delhi we are in
constant contact. With the University of Vienna
not that often, of course. We meet
twice a year personally, but swap
regularly by phone or email.

The target group are young people

Graduates who are about to
qualified German teachers
want to be trained. The
Study lasts at least 1
Year, maximum 3 years. The
The teaching languages ​​are
German and English.

DTG information bulletin board
Target group: teachers
The distance learning program
DTG is aimed at young people
Graduates, the one
Qualification as
German teacher in India
strive for.

Anyone who already has one can register
Holds a bachelor's degree (specialization
irrelevant) and at least knowledge of German
can demonstrate at B1 level.

Four modules:

General basics of teaching

Meaning development of the word level, meaning development of the
Text level, methodological approaches, multilingualism didactics, learning
learning to differentiate, working with large groups,
Regional studies, intercultural learning, analysis of GFL lessons,
Analysis of teaching materials
The DTG includes
four modules. Everyone
Course contains three
up to five blocks,
every block
includes one to
five units.

Skill development
Vocabulary teaching, four skills (reading, listening, speaking,
Writing), phonetics

Short study duration
The standard period of study
amounts to one to
a maximum of three years.

Lessons in the classroom
Grammar, exercise typologies, playful exercises,
Project teaching, class observation and evaluation, communication, visualization,
Bugs and bug fixes
Planning, implementation, evaluation
Planning lessons, teaching internship (2 teaching samples each 90
Minutes, testing, evaluation, student counseling

A degree in 720 hours

The duration of the distance learning
is at least one year and
is made up of 720 hours
together, of which 240 hours
Teaching internship incl.
60-hour observation.

Distance learning and attendance phases

The course consists of presence phases (on a
of the participating Goethe-Instituts: Delhi, Mumbai,
Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata) and self-study phases (with assignments). To the course
To be able to complete successfully, the
Students also do a teaching internship
complete. The final test took place for the first
Class took place for the first time in December 2011.

It is through the

Professionalization a
Possibility of
Emancipation recognized
an opportunity for advancement
About the educational track.
Miriam Houska
Sabine Hartert was until September 2011
Project manager at the Goethe-Institut New Delhi

Miriam Houska is a doctoral candidate at the Chair of fr

German as a foreign language at the institute fr
German studies at the University of Vienna and responsible
for the evaluation of the DTG

The Goethe Institute had

the desire to have a scientific accompaniment fr
to have the project.
We knew one
Developing teacher training does not necessarily mean
the everyday business of one
Goethe Institute is.

So far the evaluation has

very popular
surrender. Already the first
Phase has shown that the
Program adequately incorporated in its conception
has been,
were understood, we have
85, sometimes 90 percent
positive feedback.

Since he was already involved in another university project in India and obviously too
has a weakness for India and German in India,
Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm was asked.

India is a very big country, that's why it is a

Distance learning is a practical matter. We have it
combined with presence phases and interestingly enough
the presence phases are particularly well received. It
will even be perceived as negative if it is
there are few presence phases.

Regarding the IGNOU project, we have between

our institutes have built a dense network. It
were at all six locations where this product
is offered, tutors are selected and then
trained. In addition, there was also at almost all institutes
Authors who contributed to the study material
have, and at least one at each institute
named IGNOU officer who made the connection
to the Goethe-Institut and the IGNOU is to the
To make administrative processes a bit easier.

One focus in creating the materials was on

the multilingual situation in India. We go
insist that Indian students use it very strongly
Working english. We try to be multilingual
also to take up the content, we have our own
Unit added to; Multilingual didactics plays a major role. The Indian
Authors have ensured that the
in the
is taken into account, e.g. that the classes are often very
are great. We have group didactics in the
Materials incorporated and try to get on with it
to answer the related questions.
Many Indian women respond to this program
on, we also saw that in the evaluation. It
becomes a possibility through professionalization
recognized for emancipation, an opportunity for advancement
About the educational track.

At the Goethe-Institut New Delhi it was with the

Project management, the authors and the tutors
between five and twenty people who are more or
have contributed less intensively to the project.

I think it's really great, like my colleagues

Colleagues at the institutes are committed and
have simply embarked on something new. We
have all broken new ground together.
The authors are teachers, they can
their craft, but they have expanded their knowledge and
acquired new skills. To that extent it was also in
an absolute win-win situation in this area.
It's great how we've grown together as a group
are. It is also a for everyone who took part
professional gain. It wasn't just a lot
Work, but also a further development
another field.


The IGNOU is with ber

4 million students
the largest university
of the world.

Reason for the establishment of the DTG

was the increasing demand
qualified German teachers in
India, because German is a foreign language
is becoming increasingly important;
especially in the course of the PASCH initiative: in 2008 participation increased
at the Fit1 test in Delhi by over

Up to the diploma must

a central IGNOU check as well as a
Teaching internship
with teaching sample
be filed.

Have 340 students

in the first year fr
the diploma in
Teaching German

At 6 Goethe Institutes
work all over india
Employees as
Student advisor,
Tutors, developers
and coordinators
at the DTG.

The Indira Gandhi Open National University (IGNOU) was founded in 1985

founded. She is registered with over 4 million
Students at the largest university in the world. Your nearly 500
various certificate and diploma programs are
largely designed for distance learning. The headquarters of IGNOU
located in Delhi. However, the students do not come
only from India, but all of Asia. Increasingly also belong
Africa, South America and regions in the South Pacific to the target group.

The contributors
In close collaboration with Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm from the University of Vienna and
For his team, mainly teachers from the Goethe Institute in India developed the distance learning letters.
The previously existing distance learning materials for DaF have always been from
German authors developed for a worldwide market. The specialty of the
Materials for the DTG is that Indian GFL practitioners are now targeting materials here
Written for Indian needs and with the Indian context throughout
have included.

Angela Akaewa, Shubhada Boddapaty, Almut Brunnert, Rosemarie Buhlmann, Sabine

Dengscherz, Andrea Dorner, Shatabdi Ghosh-Laskar, Sabine Hartert, Ursula Hirschfeld,
Silke Hofer, Miriam Holzel-Houska, Gila Hoppenstedt, Shruti Jain, Eva-Maria JenkinsKrumm, Chetan Joshi, Sekhar Kalepu Laxmi, Puneet Kaur, Angelika Loo, Imke Mohr,
Jerome Rajan, Poonam Saxena, Heide Schatz, Annegret Schmidjell, P. Seralathan,
Evelyn Singh, AmitaTalwar and Beate Widlok.
Scientific director: Prof. Hans-Jrgen Krumm

We all have

new territory together
to enter.
Sabine Hartert

Indian DaF practitioners
have the materials
targeted for the Indian
Need written and
while the Indian
Context included.
Alicia Padrs


The perfect
Offers training
the Bachelor of

From the Diploma in Teaching

German for Bachelor of
The Bachelor program
Outlook: still to be found

in the
Development and should be available to graduates of the
Diploma in Teaching German are offered.
The Bachelor of Education is primarily aimed at
Full-time teachers in elementary and secondary schools.
Anyone who can enroll in the Bachelor's degree program
a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) from a
recognized university (subject irrelevant)
and at least two years of teaching experience
brings along. In addition, the DTG must be successful beforehand
have been completed.
The Bachelor program pursues, among other things, the
the following goals and learning focuses:

Increase teaching skills
Teaching didactics and methodology
Understand and adapt learning processes
Evaluation processes and their application in
School management
Solving academic and personal problems
the student
The role of the teacher in the school structure and in the
sociopolitical framework

Languages ​​of instruction: German and English

Duration of study: at least 2 years, maximum 4 years
The mix of theory and practice is also reflected in the
Program structure. There are four major types of content


Core subjects (curriculum and teaching;

Developmental psychology; Evaluation in the
School; Education and society; Teacher and
Content methodology (subject-specific)
Specialty courses (technology and education; computers
in class; Advice and assistance; Distance learning)

The DTG at the Asia Conference / Regional Conference

of InDaF and IDV from December 3rd to 5th, 2011 in
New Delhi
At ten
Lecture the
and precisely
as well as three
on to
of studying plenary lectures
Advanced training,
which were organized by the DTG, as well as workshops on didactics, phonetics, for
Ask questions
wonderful opportunity
for the
Plenary lectures
it's a whistle
of possibilities
for further training,
to the
Students and
of the
DTG. Ask questions.
Destination German was that
Motto of the first Asia conference
for German teachers who are from 3.
until December 5, 2011 in Delhi
Invitation from the Indian German Teachers' Association (InDaF) and the
International German teacher

Participants from all over Asia made their way to

Destination Delhi found to find out more
further training and contacts across national borders
to button away.
The IDV and the InDaF, which was only founded in 2007, had
invited to the venerable India International Center, whose spacious grounds with gardens and

band (IDV) took place.

Marianne Hepp, President of the
IDV, was pleased at the greeting
of the more than 350 participants the
largest regional conference in the
Announcing history of the IDV
can. The German ambassador
pleased that even the noticed
Standing places were occupied. And the
Conference host Professor Pramod Talgeri, President InDaF,
proudly proclaims: This is a
big moment for us.

Terraces for exchange and networking

is particularly beneficial.
Are from Mongolia, Korea and Japan
multi-person delegations traveled and
meet German teachers from all over India as well
on professors and students of all kinds
quite a few
Employees at Goethe Institutes in India, Nepal,
China and Korea are also present. Also from
Europe are numerous guests on site, the list of
DaF experts can be proud of: In addition to Dr.
Matthias Makowski, head of the language department of the
Goethe-Institut Zentrale Mnchen are Prof. Hans-


Jrgen Krumm and Miriam Houska from the University of Vienna

arrived, Prof. Ursula Hirschfeld, from the university
Halle, publishing representative for Klett, Langenscheidt,
Cornelsen and Hueber.
And what were they doing during the three
Days? Practical workshops with topics such as group didactics, phonetics, language acquisition by young people as well as multilingualism and interculturality
alternated with publisher presentations and
Plenary lectures. The IDV held its board meeting
and a delegate seminar from and after the
The conference also took place at the regional meeting of the
Asian German teacher associations. Last but not
at least there were cultural evening programs, and thanks to one
great reception in the garden of the Goethe-Institut
the informal exchange is not too short either.
The conference as a whole was a complete success
Markus Biechele, head of regional language work at
GI New Delhi. The Indian German Teachers Association has
the experiment, not just participants from India,
but to invite from all over Asia, with flying colors
mastered. It's a new kind of collegiality
National borders emerged, as was the wish of the
Delegates from Mongolia illustrated: Preferably
would have it as the location for the next regional conference
immediately set Ulan Bator.
The IGNOU cooperation project at
InDaF conference
German as a destination, here in New Delhi is im
to understand double sense. In India there is demand


of qualified German teachers in the last

Years, since German as
Foreign language on site, especially in the course of
PASCH initiative is becoming increasingly important,
However, there is no significant teacher training in the
Land there. forms about the regular course of study
for example the Delhi University average
five German teachers every year.
The Goethe-Institut New Delhi is therefore developing
since 2009 in cooperation with IGNOU (Indira
Ghandi Open National University), who graduated with 3.5
Millions of students enrolled worldwide
largest university, and the University of Vienna
Diploma in Teaching German to get a
Basic qualification the most necessary need
to cover short term. For further evaluation and
to talk to the next generation of German teachers
there are several to come at the conference
Program items have been planned for this.
Fortunately, many of the 340 guinea pigs from the pilot year are represented at the German teachers' conference. You connect with
Destination German hope through advanced training
also their career prospects and opportunities for advancement
To improve on the educational track. Priyanka
Pandey, for example, gave up her job to do this
Taking a course: This is now a completely new area
for me. It's easy doing the job as a teacher
to get under one roof with the family. To
the course i will try to get a job at one
To get school.

Destination German
A little insight into the diversity,
the Asia Regional Conference of the
IDV and the InDaF had to offer
Plenary lectures
Prof. Hans Jrgen Krumm: What is a good German lesson?
Prof. Kim Hallen: DaF curricula in national education
Prof. Ursula Hirschfeld: Phonetics
IGNOU teacher training
Evaluation (Dr. M. Holzel-Houska, S. Hartert, Prof. H.-J. Krumm)
Test preparation (Amita Talwar, Shatabdi Ghosh-Laskar)
New approaches in the DaF methodology
Simply practical the GeR (Heike Ewers)
Drama and educational exercises / games (Chitra Dandawate)
Grogroup didactics (Janaki Waldraff)
Young people learn differently ?! (Dr. Doroth Salomo)
Participant-oriented lessons (Heike Ewers)
Literary translations
Insights into the cooperation of the students in Delhi
University and the Free University of Berlin (Raisa Manchanda)
Language awareness: between foreign language learning and
Multilingualism (Nishant K. Narayanan)
Workshop testing and checking (Dr. Manuela Glaboniat)
Pronunciation problems when learning German? Methodological notes
fr DaF teachers (Prof. Ursula Hirschfeld)
From the world of Goethe
International student encounters (Dr. Juliana Glckler-Fuchs) (Evelyn Singh)
Projects with Goethe (Dr. Anne Schnhagen)

DaF curricula in education
Fair: Contributions from India, China, Vietnam, Mongolia, Korea
Presentations / lectures
Translation and translation didactics (Sreekumar K. Narayanan)
Intercultural mediation methodology (Anvaya Sardesai)
Career-oriented courses
Closing the gap- The way from the foreign school to
German university
(Dr.Peter Jandok, Sebastian Vtter, Goethe-Institut Beijing)



Editor and v.i.S.d.P .:

Goethe Institute New Delhi
Editing, design and
Photos: Anita Boomgaarden