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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.

In this world, parents

In this world, parents are simply irreplaceable, especially when it comes to choosing a profession. 18.1 Parents are the most important people when it comes to choosing a profession. Even if perhaps many young people do not like to admit it: When it comes to the choice of an occupation, teenagers take their parents’ advice seriously. In surveys most young people (70 to 90 per cent) rank their parents first when asked which people influence them the most when it comes to choosing a profession, followed by the school or friends. Thus, parents have the greatest influence on their children’s occupational choice. 18.2 Parental influence can be positive. If a parent has many business contacts, he or she can provide his or her child with many examples and even perhaps arrange useful contacts. However, even if this is not the case, you can still support your child. It can be a great help, if you take this subject seriously, talk with your child about it on many occasions, and accompany him or her to important appointments. 18.3 Parental influence can also be negative. Both statements are possible: ”My child shall carry on in my profession!” Or alternatively: ”I want my child to have it better than I had it.” Many children learn a certain profession only because this is what the parents want. If a parent is only familiar with very few occupations, then he or she may not be providing very good advice to his or her child. There are about 350 occupations that require career and vocational education and training as well as thousands of degree programmes. No one can know everything about each one of them. Fortunately, there are many career advisors who can assist young people in their choice of an occupation and help them with their university or vocational training applications. … 74 …

18.4 Many people can play a role in your child’s occupational choice. There are others apart from parents that play an important role in your child’s occupational choice. For example: grandparents, teachers, career advisors, friends, and acquaintances. Trade unions, foundations, government agencies, immigrant organisations, and neighbourhood organisations among others concern themselves with the occupational choices of young people. These organisations can supply you and your child with information and advice. Information and consultation centres can establish beneficial contacts or even arrange for an internship (Praktikum) or a trainee position. District councils Sports clubs Local economic development bodies Charity organisations Business and professional associations or guilds Child and youth services organisations Higher education institutions Companies (e. g. businesses offering apprenticeships or immigrant businesses) Adult education centres District authorities (e. g. school supervisory authorities) Employment agency, Jobcentre Institutions, NGOs (incl. expatriate organisations or clubs, projects) Trade unions Foundations Local council and other local government bodies Relay trainers or coaches (full-time or voluntary) Parent and family support institutions, social welfare services institutions, and institutions offering integration courses Integration centres Religious groups … 75 …

Schule in Deutschland verstehen (englische Sprachfassung)
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