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Understanding School in Germany

Im Buch »Schule in Deutschland verstehen. Grundwissen für Eltern« geht es um zwei Themen, die alle Familien mit Kindern früher oder später betreffen: Schule und Berufswahl. Diese Fragen kommen den meisten Eltern sicherlich bekannt vor: Wie kann ich mein Kind vor Beginn der Schule und während der Schulzeit unterstützen? Welche Rolle spielen wir als Eltern bei der Berufswahl unseres Kindes? Welche Rechte und Pflichten haben wir als Eltern? Was passiert nach der Schule? 100 kurze und verständliche Texte enthalten Antworten auf diese und weitere Fragen. Dieses Buch zeigt die vielen Möglichkeiten auf, wie Eltern mit der Schule zusammenarbeiten können. Es ist einfach zu lesen und enthält 20 kurze Kapitel. Jedes Kapitel enthält 5 wichtige Informationen zu einem Thema. Außerdem gibt es konkrete Tipps und zusätzliche Informationsquellen. Das Buch kann bei Elternveranstaltungen, Elternabenden an Schulen sowie in der außerschulischen Elternbildung eingesetzt werden. »Schule in Deutschland verstehen« gibt es mittlerweile in insgesamt sechs Sprachfassungen: Arabisch, Deutsch, Englisch, Persisch, Russisch und Türkisch.

What can you do? 1.

What can you do? 1. First answer this question: Which language do you feel the most comfortable speaking? This is the language you should speak with your child. 2. Don’t mix languages, even if this is difficult. 3. As soon as possible after birth, let your child play with other children as often as possible. This will help your child learn German faster. What is particularly good? Begin talking to your child immediately after birth only in the language that you feel most comfortable with and that you speak proficiently. If this is not German, your child will learn to speak German at day-care. Enrol your child in day-care and regularly undertake activities with your child at home and outdoors: playing, visiting others, or going to the theatre or a museum. Each family member should speak only one language with the child. For example: Mum only speaks German with the child and dad only Russian, or the parents only speak German and the grandparents only Turkish, or if both parents let’s say come from Spain, everyone speaks German away from home (e. g. at day-care, school, or on the playground) and only Spanish at home. Finish every sentence in the language in which the sentence was started. Talk about different things, tell stories, sing songs, read rimes and fairy tales, and look at picture books together. Correct your child using open questions. For example: Your child says, ”I swimming yesterday.” You should ask, ”Where did you go swimming yesterday?” This way your child hears the correct sentence structure. … 28 …

What is not as good? Speaking German with your child if your German is riddled with mistakes. Not speaking to your child very much or only speaking in a baby language. Starting a sentence in one language and ending it in another. Speaking to your child sometimes in one language and then at other times in another language. Directly correcting your child. For example: Your child says, ”I swimming yesterday.” And you respond, ”it’s, I went swimming yesterday.” Or requiring your child to repeat after you: ”Say – I went swimming yesterday!” Letting your child watch television for hours hoping that he or she will learn the language. A child will not learn a language sitting in front of the television. This is something completely different when you watch a children’s programme together with your child and talk about it afterwards with him or her. If you would like to learn more … … about the subject of children and languages: The State Institute for Early Childhood Education (Staatsinstitut für Frühpädagogik) in Munich has letters to parents posted on its website www.ifp.bayern.de which contain good tips in more than 20 different languages. Navigation: Veröffentlichungen > Elternbriefe At www.hamburg.de/vorschule parents can find good tips in the brochure ”Sprachförderung für Vorschul kinder. Ein Ratgeber für Eltern” (Linguistic Education for Preschool Children. A Guide for Parents) published by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Navigation: Sprachförderung in der Vorschule … 29 …

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