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▾ dictionary english-german, homework noun —, hausaufgabe f (often used), hausaufgaben pl (often used), hausarbeit f, schulaufgaben pl, homework assignment n —, homework supervision n —, some homework n —, homework book n —, homework help n —, homework assistance n —, homework support n —, written homework n —, homework system n —, homework done under supervision n —, homework assignments pl —, do one's homework v —, homework books pl —, ▸ wikipedia, ▾ external sources (not reviewed).

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  • Hausaufgabe feminine | Femininum f , -arbeit feminine | Femininum f homework school | Schulwesen SCHULE homework school | Schulwesen SCHULE
  • what homework have you got? was hast du auf? what homework have you got?
  • I’ve got a lot of French homework ich habe viel in Französisch auf I’ve got a lot of French homework
  • Heimarbeit feminine | Femininum f homework commercial term, commerce | Wirtschaft/Volkswirtschaft WIRTSCH work done at home for pay homework commercial term, commerce | Wirtschaft/Volkswirtschaft WIRTSCH work done at home for pay

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Translations for „ homework “ in the English » German Dictionary (Go to German » English )

ˈhome · work n no pl, 1. homework (schoolwork, research) :, 2. homework (paid work) :, examples from the pons dictionary (editorially verified), examples from the internet (not verified by pons editors).

Criteria for admission to the written examination

Students, who do not yet have the admission, can gain the admission via continuous participation in tutorials and continuous treatment of the homework assignments.

For this aim, 40% of the total homework must be treated successfully, amongst this 30% of the homework in each assignment.

Klausurzulassung

Wer noch keine Klausurzulassung besitzt, kann diese durch kontinuierliche Teilnahme an den Übungen und Bearbeitung der Hausaufgaben erlangen.

Insgesamt müssen hierzu mindestens 40 Prozent aller Übungspunkte erreicht werden, dabei von jedem der Übungsblätter mindestens 30 Prozent der Punkte.

And of course I do my homework.

Sometimes it takes nearly 2-3 hours because we have a lot of homework .

5) How do you like Würzburg and what especially do you like in Würzburg?

Und natürlich mache ich Hausaufgaben.

Manchmal dauert es fast 2-3 Stunden weil wir viele Hausaufgaben haben.

5) Wie und was gefällt dir an der Stadt Würzburg?

Big data is a topic that is penetrating the market, and presenting users a solution to help them develop respective use cases has proven to be the right approach.

Vendors have done their homework , and meanwhile, powerful solutions and appliances are available that can be used by businesses of practically all industries to test and include the analysis of large volumes of data into their business processes.

The following "Big Data Leaders 2015" were awarded on the occasion of the „Big Data Leader Ceremony“:

Big Data dringt immer weiter in den Markt vor, und der Ansatz, den Anwendern zuerst eine Lösung vorzustellen, so dass sich die Anwender Nutzungsszenarien entwickeln können, hat sich als richtig erwiesen.

Die Anbieter haben ihre Hausaufgaben gemacht und so stehen jetzt bereits leistungsfähige Lösungen und Appliances bereit, mit denen Unternehmen aus fast allen Branchen die Auswertung und Analyse großer Datenvolumina erproben und in ihre Geschäftsprozesse einfließen lassen können.

Im Rahmen der „Big Data Leader Ceremony“ wurden folgende Unternehmen als „Big Data Leader 2015“ ausgezeichnet:

Before I could say a word they handed me a fresh pack of neon green earplugs and began to maim me with what was for sure some of the heaviest sonic shrapnel ever to erupt from such small hands.

After an hour or so of photographing and listening to them rip through their set, I got a rare chance to sit down and chat with these little tykes about how rap is wack, how homework always comes first, and how Skittles are basically universal.

Noisey:

Bevor ich nur eine Frage stellen konnte, gaben sie mir ein frisches Paar neongrüner Ohropax und fingen an mich mit dem wohl heftigsten sonischen Gewitter, das sich je aus solch kleinen Händen entladen hat, festzunageln.

Nach knapp einer Stunde, in der sie ihr Set durchexorzierten und ich ein paar Fotos schießen konnte, bekam ich die seltene Gelegenheit mich mit den kleinen Lümmeln hinzusetzen und über ein paar grundlegende Dinge zu quatschen, wie über die Bedeutung des Rap, dass Hausaufgaben immer an erster Stelle stehen und dass Skittles einfach großartig sind.

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Rebellion has done its homework and implemented solid game mechanics that give big hope for a tactical cat-and-mouse game with the Nazis, even if true innovation appears to be missing.

The Line unterwegs.

Rebellion hat seine Hausaufgaben aber gemacht und solide Spielmechaniken implementiert, die auf ein taktisches Katz-und-Maus-Spiel mit den Nazis hoffen lassen, auch wenn echte Innovationen fehlen.

In order to receive permission to take the examination, the students will have to solve homework tasks which they will receive in the tutorials.

They have to achieve 50 % of the total points for the homework 1-4 and 5-8 each.Homework and the practical course have to be passed in the same semester.

Tutorium:

Hausaufgaben und Praktika müssen für den Schein im gleichen Semester bestanden werden.

In den Hausaufgaben müssen 50 % der Gesamtpunktzahl jeweils in zwei Blöcken, d.h. in den Hausaufgaben 1-4 und 5-8 gesammelt werden.

In 2012 Roche Philippines partnered with the MyShelter Foundation and Philippine Christian Foundation to reduce dependence on electricity and open-flame lighting for people living in Tondo, a shantytown in the Philippines.

Shedding light on the dim and dreary shanties not only improves the living environment of families, but also allows children to do homework and read at home.

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Im Jahr 2012 schloss sich Roche Philippinen mit der MyShelter Foundation und der Philippine Christian Foundation zusammen, um die Bewohner von Tondo, einer Slumsiedlung auf den Philippinen, unabhängiger von Strom und von der Beleuchtung durch offenes Feuer zu machen.

Die Beleuchtung des düsteren und tristen Viertels verbessert nicht nur das Lebensumfeld der Familien, sondern ermöglicht den Kindern auch, daheim ihre Hausaufgaben zu machen und zu lesen.

Methods of Assessment for Ratings 0-100 :

For successful completion: at least 40 % of achievable points in homework and at least 40 % of achievable points in a final test The grading consists by 10 % in points from the homework and by 90 % in points from the test, if the course is successfully completed

Specialisation:

Kriterien zur Vergabe der Notenpunkte 0-100 :

Erfolgreiche Teilnahme an der Übung ( mindestens 40 % der in den Hausaufgaben erreichbaren Punkte ) und einer Klausur nach Ende der Veranstaltungszeit Die Notenpunke bestimmen sich zu 10 % aus den Leistungen in der Übung und zu 90 % aus den Leistungen in der Klausur, wenn Sie in Übung und Klausur die erforderliche Mindestpunktzahl erreicht haben.

Schwerpunktfach:

Some schools offer supervision of children in so-called Kinderhorten, extracurricular programs that keep children occupied before and / or after regular instruction, often between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Participating children receive a midday meal and may do their homework or play freely in a supervised environment.

Placing a child in a Kinderhort currently costs parents €150 for five hours of daily supervision.

In den Schulen angeschlossenen Kinderhorten können die Kinder innerhalb fester Zeiten vor und nach dem Unterricht betreut werden etwa ab 7.00 Uhr bis 17.00 Uhr.

Dort erhalten die Kinder ein Mittagessen, werden bei den Hausaufgaben beaufsichtigt und haben Zeit zum freien Spiel.

Die von den Eltern zu tragenden Kosten für einen Platz im Hort betragen zur Zeit 150,- € für 5 Stunden täglich.

Most of their eleven languages were not learned in classrooms with grammar books and vocabulary notebooks, but at home, in the shops, in conversations with friends – it is primarily oral language acquisition.

With three hours of German lessons on three days of the week there is hardly any time for homework , preparation and follow-up work anyway: most of the course participants have families and are employed, some in many jobs, others run their own companies.

Take for instance Sicelo Mkhabela, age 35.

Denn die elf Sprachen wurden größtenteils nicht in den Klassenzimmern mit Grammatikbuch und Vokabelheften gelernt, sondern zu Hause, beim Einkaufen, im Gespräch mit Freunden – ein primär oraler Spracherwerb.

Zeit für Hausaufgaben , Vorbereitung und Nacharbeit bleibt bei drei Stunden Deutschunterricht an drei Tagen in der Woche sowieso kaum: Die meisten der Kursteilnehmer haben Familien; sie arbeiten als Angestellte teils in mehreren Jobs oder leiten nebenbei ihre eigene Firma.

So wie Sicelo Mkhabela, 35.

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Translation of "homework" into German

Hausaufgabe, Hausaufgaben, Schularbeit are the top translations of "homework" into German. Sample translated sentence: I shouldn't have to tell you to do your homework. ↔ Ich sollte dir eigentlich nicht sagen müssen, dass du deine Hausaufgabe machen sollst.

Work that is done at home, especially school exercises set by a teacher. [..]

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Hausaufgabe.

Aufgabe, die zuhause erledigt wird, insbesondere Übungen für die Schule, die von einem Lehrer aufgetragen werden. [..]

I shouldn't have to tell you to do your homework .

Ich sollte dir eigentlich nicht sagen müssen, dass du deine Hausaufgabe machen sollst.

Hausaufgaben

work that is done at home [..]

I'd like to know why you didn't finish your homework on time.

Ich möchte gerne wissen, warum du deine Hausaufgaben nicht rechtzeitig erledigt hast.

Schularbeit

I wanted you to help me with my homework .

Ich wollte, dass du mir bei meinen Schularbeiten hilfst.

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  • Schularbeiten
  • Schulaufgaben
  • Schulaufgabe
  • eine offene Frage

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  • weekend homework Hausaufgaben am Wochenende
  • math homework Mathehausaufgaben
  • homework assignment Hausaufgabe · Hausaufgaben · Schulaufgabe
  • homework system Heimarbeitssystem
  • Homeworking for staff is not envisaged at this time. Heimarbeit für die Beschäftigen ist vorerst nicht angedacht.
  • homeworks Schularbeiten · Schulaufgaben
  • I'm sorry, I haven't got the homework. Es tut mir Leid, ich habe die Hausaufgabe nicht erledigt|gemacht.
  • homework done under supervision Hausaufgabenbetreuung

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  • February 22, 2024

Homework in German primary schools

Did you know that primary school children in Germany have homework (“Hausaufgaben”) – from DAY ONE !

This is no joke – on her first day at school our daughter was given homework to do, which of course had to be done after opening the Schultüte .  She has had some to do every day since.

For me, this is something completely new, as I am pretty sure that I did not have this sort of set homework until I changed schools at the age of 11.  I believe that my primary school did use to give homework to classes 4 and 5 (called years 5 and 6 these days!), but this was abolished before I was old enough to be in them.

The homework that our daughter receives is supposed to take up to 30 minutes per day, 5 days per week.  Which has led me to start thinking about how much we are meant to help or guide her through it.

Do we sit with her for the entire 30 minutes and guide her through?  Do we help her work out the solutions to the tasks she is being set, so as to get her started, or do we wait for her to say that she doesn’t understand the problem?

At what stage should we step in, if we notice she is making a mistake?  Should we explain the mistake to her and let her correct it, or should we leave that to the teacher the next day?

Comments and suggestions are welcome!

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I would suggest letting your daughter do her homework by herself. This will give her confidence and a good working habit for later as she needs to learn it is HER responsibility. Some parents make the mistake of helping too much and then a mother might end up sitting daily with her 9th grade child doing homework together. Our first child hardly ever needed any prompting or help. Our second child knows to do her homework first and if she has any questions afterwards, I will assist. If a mistake is discovered, I will point it out and have her try to find the solution herself. As a good teacher or parent, we need to ask the right questions, and refrain from giving the right answers. The right question(s) will lead the child to the correct answer.

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Hallo Maria,

after about half a year I can say that is what we do. If she needs help, she will get it, but we let her work out the answer to a problem first.

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I am an Australian school teacher and mother and I can tell you that children here have homework from the beginning of their schooling too!

In my view, there are two main reasons for setting homework – the first is to establish good work habits and the second is to give parents the opportunity to see what their child is working on and provide some one to one assistance if required. It is not always possible to provide this in a class setting with 25 or more children.

I encourage the parents of my students to help their child if they need it and to let me know if they have difficulty with anything. Sounds like you are on the right track to me 🙂

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homework-Hausaufgaben: meaning, definitions and translations

English dictionary english german, what is homework homework is hausaufgaben, what is hausaufgaben .

Arbeit, wie Schularbeiten oder Akkordarbeit, die zu Hause erledigt wird.

Vorbereitungs- oder vorbereitende Arbeiten: haben Sie ihre Hausaufgaben bevor er zu dem treffen.

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The quality of German education is world-renowned for a reason. It's well-organized and designed to be highly accessible to all students allowing them to continue studying up to the university level regardless of a family's finances. All German states offer the same school systems and education system. German public schools - no matter if they are elementary schools, secondary schools, or vocational schools - generally do not require any tuition fees.

This article will give you an overview of the German standards of education, the organization of the school system, the subjects taught, grading systems, and more.

The German education standards

General information about how the school system is organized in Germany

Compulsory studies in Germany is based on the rules and regulations of the  Grundgesetz  (the German basic or fundamental national law). The federal government, with its departments of Education, Cultural Affairs, and Science has come together to create comprehensive education guidelines regarding basic general studies, administrative regulations for school attendance, management of higher education, and foundations for public and private schools.

German educational standards at local schools and also at higher education institutions are relatively high. In fact,  precisely because the German school system is so well structured and rigorous, it produces some of the most accomplished students in the world . In a  2015 OECD/PISA study , Germany ranked 16th in mathematics as well as in science, and students attending ranked 11th in reading.

Students are thoroughly tested and evaluated at each stage of schooling. If a student fails to achieve the required minimum grades in two or more classes - for example, in a foreign language, and in religious studies- they have to repeat the whole year to ensure that they are always meeting the requirements to move up.

Only 18% of students at most German schools have to repeat the year once, and more than 50% of students report attending post-secondary and higher studies in Germany.

How does the German education system work?

Compulsory education in Germany dictates that  all students from the age of six to 15 years old need to attend school consistently . However, students usually stay in school until 18 years of age and then start a university education at a German university or a continuing vocational education at a full-time vocational school or technical school.

While parents can choose to put their kids in a private school or even an international school for preschool education, primary education, or secondary education, the curriculum in public schools and the secondary education in Germany is sufficient enough to allow their students to aim confidently for university-level education and obtain a university entrance qualification after the final examination at the   Gymnasium  (high school).

Kindergarten and Preschool in Germany

Did you know that nursery or preschool is optional in all German states? Up until six years old (that's the school age for German primary school), children may legally stay at home with parent(s) or spend the days with a privately-run child-minding service provider (or "Tagesmutter") instead of going to an official children's daycare center or "Kita" / "Kindergarten" for early childhood education.

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After this, children will then first attend primary school or  Grundschule , and later one of the available types of secondary school/high-school studies.

See our  page  about the German school system to learn more about the different kinds of pre-schools as well as the primary, secondary and upper secondary studies as well as the tertiary education and professional study options available in Germany.

How many days a week do German students go to school?

The German school week runs   from Monday to Friday . Students at elementary school start pretty early, from 8 a.m., and stay on until 1 or 2 p.m. For older kids in lower secondary education, these hours may be extended until about 4 p.m. German students in upper secondary education might even stay until 5 p.m. during their last school year.

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Primary school and secondary schools in Germany

Primary school or elementary school in Germany is known as  Grundschule . The very first term in German primary education starts around the beginning of September. From ages six to ten, children go through four years of school at a primary level. However, some primary schools and private institutions run for six years; that means your 5th-grade age would be 11 and a 6th-year student would be 12 years old.

How old are you in 4th grade?

This depends on when you entered primary school. If a child hasn't turned six by the time school starts, they are considered a  kann Kind  or a 'can child' - as in they  can  attend school. They're not a  muss Kind , which is a 'must child'. These children  must  attend school.

What does the  kann Kind's   eligibility depend on?

They may be required to pass a test known as the  Einschulungsuntersuchung  - and even if this is passed, administrators may not offer entering secondary school as an option if the child is not also socially or physically ready.

Once basic school or primary school is complete, students progress to the secondary school component of education in Germany. There are five types of academic secondary school in the German secondary education system, including:

  • Gymnasium:  for "academic" students
  • Realschule:  for students focused on vocational education (intermediate school)
  • Hauptschule:  for "less academic" students
  • Gesamtschule:  comprehensive school for all study types
  • Integrated schools:  where  Hauptschule  and  Realschule  curricula are merged

School holidays in Germany  include common breaks like  Easter ,  winter holidays , and  summer holidays . The exact dates differ for each kind of school, however.

Berlin public schools, for example, begin the summer break around June 20th and end around August 2nd. Meanwhile, students in Bavaria break around July 29th and resume around September 9th.   The exact dates change from year to year .

Vocational school

Anyone attending vocational programs in Germany is usually not only trained in their workplace but   must also attend a vocational school . As a rule, a secondary school leaving certificate is expected at the vocational school. This can usually be obtained at comprehensive schools, the   Realschule  or specialist schools. Studies in German comprehensive schools does not focus so much on learning a second foreign language, but rather on computer skills or physical education, for example. These subjects are more important for vocational programs. There are basically eight specializations in vocational education: Agriculture, Design, Health, Education and Social Services, Information Technology/Computer Science, Technology/Natural Sciences, Nutrition and Supply, and Business and Administration.

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Is education in Germany for free?

Administrators and educational ministers in Germany believe that the costs for education should not be a prohibiting factor in a child's education. That's why  compulsory studies in Germany is completely free for all students . School attendance is not subject to any tuition fees and also higher education at a German university is free of charge, provided it is not at private institutions.

Is there good education in Germany?

Anyone in Germany who earns a higher studies entrance qualification or completes training at vocational schools has good opportunities on the job market. In 2018, around 88 out of every 100 people between the ages of 25 and 64 in Germany had at least one of these qualifications.

Do German Students wear a school uniform?

No. If you're attending a public school, whether it's a primary school or a secondary school, you do not need to wear a school uniform. Only some private schools in Germany may require a uniform.

Does Germany have homework?

Homework in Germany is considered very important, and the school day is structured in such a way that students have plenty of time to complete it and gain extra help or support where necessary.

Even in primary school,  students spend at least half an hour on homework every day  (known as  Hausaufgaben ). Education in Germany is designed to provide students with 20 to 30 hours of lessons per week.

How long is the average school day in Germany?

Each class runs for about  45 to 50 minutes . There are breaks for food and socializing, but there's usually no need for a cafeteria because school ends around lunchtime. Students at secondary schools with longer classes usually bring their own food, and many private schools offer complimentary meals.

Full-day schooling

The German education system might take some time getting used to for international students: If you're moving from overseas and are used to a different structure of full-day schooling at secondary school, don't fret. Increasingly, German schools are offering a full day of education that sets aside time for homework, extracurriculars (like German language classes for foreign students), and lunch hours.

Subjects taught in German Schools

Learn more about the general subjects in Germany

Subjects taught in German schools differ at each level. For example, students at the  Realschule  level will study a range of subjects (computer science, mathematics, a foreign language, etc.) while also achieving an established academic level.

The difference   is that this kind of school's culminating diploma will be known as the  Realschulabschluss  and this will qualify to graduate students to take vocational qualifications, training courses, or apprenticeships in, for example, commercial trade or a medical profession.

However, these students still have the opportunity to transfer to the   Gymnasium   for their final two years if they're set on attending university.   Education in Germany is designed in such a way that it depends on which secondary schools one attends in order to receive higher studies later on . Nevertheless, most German schools allow students to transfer within the system and attend a school whose final examination will give them a university entrance qualification. This means that higher study institutions in Germany are open to all German students within the German education system.

What subjects are taught in German schools?

This depends on which secondary school the student has chosen and where in the country they're located. In general, education at the  Gymnasium  level (required for those planning to attend tertiary education, i.e. university) covers a broad range of subjects.

Students are opting for 32-40 hours of lessons a week, plus additional homework. They'll be studying a variety of subjects, usually including a   second foreign language from a pick   of English, French, Spanish, Latin, and more.   There are also sports, music, drama and art lessons.   "Honors" courses in Germany are known as  Leistungskurse . Students at other secondary schools have the same subjects, but usually learn only one foreign language and school attendance is shorter. While students attend a   Gymnasium   for 8 to 9 years, they attend a   Realschule   or another comprehensive school for two years less. By the way, school attendance is compulsory and   students who skip classes receive a reprimand .

Is Homeschooling illegal in Germany?

Yes,   homeschooling in Germany is considered illegal   because students must attend school from 6 to 15 years of age. The German education system requires that all children attend a school, whether it is a primary school, a secondary school, an international school, or a private school.

What is the Grading System in German Schools?

The grading system in Germany runs on a   scale from 1 to 6. The   highest is 1   or  sehr gut  ("very good"). This is an outstanding achievement.   An average score is 2,6 to 3,5,   or  befriedigend , which is 'satisfactory'.

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International Schools in Germany

International schools in Germany are a big draw for foreign families that want their kids to be schooled in another language - usually English. This can help students feel more comfortable as they transition into life in a new country.

These are full-day schools with students from different nationalities and countries represented. They offer a full range of educational subjects and extracurricular activities. They're perfect for students who are already halfway through their curriculum in their own countries.

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  • Überprüfung
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  • check for break
  • check for damage
  • check for excessive play
  • check for wear
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  • check information
  • check it out
  • check keying
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German Holiday Homework for CBSE students.

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  • drei , fünf ,sieben , neun , elf
  • vier ,sechs , acht , zehn , zwölf
  • elf , zwölf , dreizehn , vierzehn , fünfzehn
  • fünf , acht , elf , vierzehn , siebzehn
  • neunzehn , neunundzwanzig , neununddreiβig , neunundvierzig
  • fünfzehn , fünfundzwanzig , fünfunddreiβig , fünfundvierzig
  • fünfzig , sechzig , siebzig , achtzig , neunzig
  • eins , zwei , drei , vier , fünf
  • vierundvierzig , vierundfünfzig , vierundsechzig , vierundsiebzig
  • neun , neunzehn , neunundzwanzig , neununddreiβig , neunundvierzig

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  • Write 10 reasons why you should learn German language.
  • Write down 10 specialties of Germany.
  • Name 10 famous person of Germany with pictures.
  • Name 20 interesting facts about Germany.
  • Name 20 historical facts about Germany.

Question: Name 10 Famous inventions of Germany.

  • The Printing Press: Invented by Johannes Gutenberg in 1456
  • Bicycle: Invented by Karl von Drais in 1817
  • The Bunsen Burner: Invented by Robert Bunsen in 1855
  • Automobile: Invented by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in 1886
  • Diesel Engine: Invented by Rudolf Diesel in 1896
  • Aspirin: Invented by Bayer in 1897
  • Adhesive tape: Invented by Oscar Troplowitz in 1901
  • Radar System: Invented by Christian Hülsmeyer in 1904
  • Helicopter: Invented by Heinrich Focke in 1936
  • MP3: Invented by Karlheinz Brandenburg in 1993

Question: Name 5 famous football clubs of Germany.

Answer: The best football clubs in Germany are Bayern München (Bayern Munich), Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen, Eintracht Frankfurt, SV Werder Bremen

Zahlen 1-10. Write German numbers 1 to 10.

Learn the articles and meanings of the vocabulary of Lesson 1: Stefan, was isst du in der Pause?

Make a PPT showing famous food items (breakfast, lunch and dinner), famous sight-seeings, famous places attracting tourists in Germany and share with the teacher on teams after the vacation.

Zeichnen oder Kleben die Bilder von 10 gesundes Essen und schreiben Sie die Namen von gesundes Essen auf Deutsch.(Draw or paste pictures of 10 healthy food and write their name in German)

Schreiben Sie 10 Wege während Sommer Fit zu bleiben.(Write 10 ways in German to keep yourself fit during Summers in about 100 words)

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Smart Skill – Assignment 1 on page 5 in your German smart skill.

Project work = Create a five panel comic strip on an A4 sized sheet on the topic “Beim Arzt” (At the doctor’s clinic) . Think of any comic incident that might happen with you at the doctor’s clinic. haThe depiction must be done in a humorous manner. Content has to be only in GERMAN.

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Emily Goodling is a lecturer in German in Global Languages at MIT. She teaches class 21G.411 (Conflict, Contest, Controversy: A Literary Investigation of German Politics), a new course offered last fall. Goodling developed the course with the help of an MIT Global Languages Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning Innovation in Language Pedagogy grant in summer 2023. With the support of an Artists in the Classroom grant from the MIT Center for Art, Science and Technology, she hosted virtual presentations to her class by Stas Zhyrkov , a displaced Ukrainian theater maker working in Germany, and Christoph Buchegger, a young artistic production manager at Berlin’s Schaubühne theater. Here, she discusses the impetus for designing this class as well as its outcomes.

Q: Why study theater in a German language class?

A: Theater is incredibly effective in the second-language classroom, and I’ve found that it is also of particular interest to our students. At MIT, we use the “communicative approach” — that is, we focus on using language in real-life situations as opposed to rote memorization of grammar or vocabulary. And what is theater? It’s communication, dialogue. In live theater, or even while watching a recording of live theater, not only are you hearing a conversation, but you're also observing things like gesture, intonation, and the melody of a spoken language in real-time. This is an incredibly helpful model for students who are learning a language.

Also, this theater is deeply intercultural in nature. Particularly over the last decade or so, some main-stage, state-funded theaters in Germany have broken down borders to bring new voices to the stage, and are expanding the idea of what German theater — and Germany itself — is and can be. This richness, I think, resonates with the diverse and international student body in my classes every day. These works also feel very urgent: They rest on the foundation of a long tradition in Germany of political theater that has been used as a nation-building or nation-critiquing exercise. This theater poses big questions: What does it mean to be German? Who or what is German? How can we understand German history? Bringing those questions to light through real people on a live stage immediately ups the level of intensity.

Q: You were in Germany last summer doing research. What did you discover?

A: I went to Berlin to look for materials on Germany's political and artistic response to the war in Ukraine. I saw street art, posters, talks, films, and museum installations. But one theater piece really stood out to me, and I knew I wanted to bring it to my students at MIT: “Sich waffnend gegen eine See von Plagen,” by Ukrainian director Stas Zhyrkov, at the Schaubühne theater. The name of the play in English is from Hamlet’s famous soliloquy: “to take arms against a sea of troubles.” Thanks to the generosity of the folks at the Schaubühne, I was able to get a filmed version of the production as well as the text, and I hired a young Ukrainian woman in Cambridge to translate the Ukrainian sections of the play into English — of course, my students read the German sections in German! I told them, “You're holding in your hands a piece of art that no other students anywhere are looking at right now. It's just you guys.” It felt like such a privilege to be able to look at the production together.

I was able to arrange for Stas Zhyrkov to give a virtual presentation to my class. He introduced himself and the project, and then there was just a really free-floating dialogue between him and the students. He was so articulate, candid, and generous, although the conversation was also very heavy at times: This is a person from a country that is actively at war, and that war has had enormous personal, political, artistic, and professional consequences in his life. He talked about losing members of his theater ensemble back in Kiev, and about the decision that artists had to make when the war started: “Do I take up arms and go to the front lines? Or do I continue making art, potentially outside of Ukraine?” He spoke about his own decision to leave and make theater about the situation from outside the country. The fraught nature of that decision, and the pain that accompanied it — I think this is what we all took away from that conversation. I asked him about how he envisions making theater in Ukraine when the war is over. He said that he sees theater as a means of coming to terms with what happened, an art form that can propose a kind of psychological way forward for the country. But he realizes that back home he may not be seen as a hero, because he chose to leave.

I also organized a virtual conversation with Christoph Buchegger, who is the artistic production manager for the Schaubühne and also has ties to Broadway and U.S. theater in general. With him, we explored the differences between the German and American theater scenes: On the German stage, for instance, audiences aren’t going to see comedy or entertainment — as Christoph said, sometimes their lighter pieces don’t sell well at all! Instead, audiences want to see complex, jarring, and difficult pieces, even in traditional, state-funded institutions that have been around for hundreds of years. Because these theaters receive so much external funding, in contrast to most U.S. institutions, there isn't so much pressure to sell tickets, or even to be pleasing to an audience. In fact it's often the opposite: Directors desire to challenge — and sometimes even be aggressive towards — the people who are sitting in the seats. It's an entirely different orientation. In my seminar, students explored many different genres of political art, from visual forms of propaganda to poetry and film, but theater always seemed to provoke the strongest reactions; Christoph’s contextualization helped explain why.

Q: How did you help your students tackle the material?

A: This is an upper-level German course. The earlier levels are more focused on using cultural content to give students an explicit foundation in German grammar and vocabulary, and introduce them to some key cultural discussions and topics. My class is focused on using cultural content to dig deep into politico-artistic moments from the past century of German history — while of course still honing students’ communicative and grammatical skills! To that end, I provided students with scaffolding activities to help them approach such complex works. This gave them both the necessary vocabulary and grammar as well as a sense of their historical, political, and cultural background. In class, however, my primary goal was making space for informed, rigorous, open-ended discussion. I was just blown away by the students and the level of the dialogues we were able to have; it was an honor to get to talk about these materials with such open-minded and curious individuals. They brought their own backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to these materials in ways that really opened my eyes.

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    What's the German word for homework? Here's a list of translations. German Translation Hausaufgaben More German words for homework die Hausaufgaben noun homework die Heimarbeit noun outwork die Hausaufgabe noun homework assignment, assignment die Hausarbeit noun housework, homework assignment, assignment die Aufgabe noun

  14. Homework in German primary schools

    Did you know that primary school children in Germany have homework ("Hausaufgaben") - from DAY ONE! This is no joke - on her first day at school our daughter was given homework to do, which of course had to be done after opening the Schultüte . She has had some to do every day since.

  15. DO HOMEWORK

    We have to admit, however, that we still have a lot of homework to do. more_vert. Wir müssen aber zugeben, daß wir noch viele Hausaufgaben haben. It's almost, " Do your homework ," -- some involvement. more_vert. Beinahe würde ich sagen, "Mach deine Hausaufgaben," -- ein bisschen Engagement.

  16. Translation of homework in German

    Every daddy should help his kids do their homework. Jeder Papi muss seinen Kindern mit den Hausaufgaben helfen. do one's homework. sich besser vorbereiten. do the homework. Hausübung machen. (piece of) homework. Hausarbeit (BE) do homework.

  17. What is "He does his homework." in German and how to say it?

    Learn the word for "He does his homework." and other related vocabulary in German so that you can talk about I do my homework with confidence.

  18. What is homework in German? Hausaufgaben

    homework-Hausaufgaben meaning, definition and translation. English: Work, such as schoolwork or piecework, that is done at home. / German: Arbeit, wie Schularbeiten oder Akkordarbeit, die zu Hause erledigt wird.

  19. German Education System

    Up until six years old (that's the school age for German primary school), children may legally stay at home with parent (s) or spend the days with a privately-run child-minding service provider (or "Tagesmutter") instead of going to an official children's daycare center or "Kita" / "Kindergarten" for early childhood education.

  20. CHECK HOMEWORK

    check information. check it out. check keying. check lamp. check letter. check list. check lists. In the German-English dictionary you will find more translations. Translation for 'check homework' in the free English-German dictionary and many other German translations.

  21. German (Deutsch): Homework, Assignments, Worksheets for School Students

    Class VI, VII and VIII. Write down 50 German verbs with their meanings. Write down the states of Germany with their capitals. Name German speaking countries (with their flags). Name 20 famous places of Germany (with their cities and pictures). Write 10 reasons why you should learn German language.

  22. What Is Homework In German Language

    What Is Homework In German Language | Best Writing Service. 1. We are inclined to write as per the instructions given to you along with our understanding and background research related to the given topic. The topic is well-researched first and then the draft is being written.

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  24. How to say "homework assignment" in German

    More German words for homework assignment. die Hausaufgabe noun. homework, assignment. die Hausarbeit noun. housework, homework, assignment. Find more words! Another word for Opposite of Meaning of Rhymes with Sentences with Find word forms Translate from English Translate to English Words With Friends Scrabble Crossword / Codeword Words ...