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Sprachreisen und andere Aktivitäten der Fachoberschule

 

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Galway/Dublin 2017 (06.03.2017 - 10.03.2017)

Galway is a small historically interesting town at the Atlantic. The green landscape, sheep, stonewalls, steeply high cliffs around and nice inhabitants to talk English to, an amazing experience.  Jakob S.

Irish people are very kind. They helped me to understand them better. Now I'm missing the beautiful green landscape, the Irish music and the people's friendliness. Philipp G.

In Galway, we went over one of the numerous bridges and got in an area with typical Irish houses with their old furnishing and small green front gardens. People were friendly and looked into our eyes when saying "Hello"...  Joana J.

The grass was as green as in a known advertisement... Irish people are so lovely and friendly. The Cliffs of Mohér were the highlight of our trip. Pauline R.

People seemed to be a bit happier than anywhere. Although I am not very interested in nature, our trip to the Cliffs of Mohér changed my point of view. Tony B.

Galway appeared to me like a big village with an old historical centre and beautiful buildings. Florian K.

For me, the most important fact is that the people are remarkably friendly and help you to find the right way to the next sight. Miriam S.

Galway is very beautiful. We went to the Galway City Museum, the lighthouse and the port of Galway. Reinhard K.

On our first day we walked 25 km from Recess to Letterfrack and saw the georgeous Kylemore Abbey. In the evenings we enjoyed our time in many pubs, talking English and drinking some Guinness. You have to be there to understand how unique this part of Ireland is. Florian B.

Our school-trip to Galway was an extraordinary experience for me, starting with the flight (I love flying) and continuing with the great Irish landscape and times full of laughter with my classmates. Moritz C.

During our stay in Galway we started a trip to Letterfrack. To reach the top of an unnamed mountain we had to overcome green meadows, smelly swamps and to climb rough rocks. Standing on the peak in wet shoes we got overwhelmed by the breathtaking view on the landscape. We felt like Frodo and Sam on "our" Mount Doom (with a beer in our hand ;)  ) Sebastian T. and Tino H.

The good thing was that we could decide on our own how to arrange our stay in Galway and Dublin. Martin S.

Of course, Dublin is the capital of Ireland but in Galway you have the feeling of a village, which has the size of a town. There you find all you need to feel the real Irish ... Kay F.

It was an unbelievable feeling to see all these great places.I enjoyed all the time I had.  Tobias G.

If I was to tell you about our trip to Galway/Dublin I wouldn't know how to do that in short words. This short time covered everything, landscape, cities and the people living here. Jannik W.

 

 

 

Dublin 2016  (05.03.2016 - 09.03.2016)

This year we want to reflect some impressions of our group members hereafter.

The trip to Dublin has shown me that Dublin has
a lot of interesting attractions and very pretty women. Paul P.

The journey has shown me that there are many
differences between Germany and Ireland. Elena K.

My experience by travelling to a country like
Ireland brought me troubles first but my impression has shown me another way of getting along with all kinds of people due to the multicultural population of Dublin. English has become very important for me! Max K.

The trip has shown me a country with its own
problems but it was full of friendly people. Nikolas W.

Our trip to Dublin has shown me that traffic
lights are useless. Max S.

It was interesting to see another culture and
another lifestyle. Jonas V.

Our journey to Dublin was a great experience to
learn a different lifestyle and culture including the beer. Philipp P.

The trip to Dublin was good to discover the
country, the people and their culture. Markus S.

Dublin was the real exam to check your English
skills. Jan D.

The travel was a good opportunity of English
speaking with Irish persons and we had much fun with friends by visiting the
island. Rico W.

You learn better English in a pub. Richard R.

Our class grew together and we discovered
another culture. Julian H.

We were not only familiar with Ireland but also
with our mates. Oliver M.

It was a good travel to get in contact with
other people and it was good to speak English with these persons. Christian I.

The way we had to go was hard and stony but
after a long and hard walking day each way ended up in a pub. Eric H.

My experience is that things in Ireland are
very expensive and that they have very strong rules in terms of drinking
alcohol. Albrecht S.

Dublin has many beautiful bridges. Erik P.

Dublin is a very expensive city but it was a nice
trip with much fun. Edgar P.

Irish people speak so fast, sometimes it seems
they came from another star. Markus K.

Dublin is a crowded place but the view from the
bridges at night is worth a shot at anytime. Georg S.

Ireland has a beautiful landscape but the
beer in Dublin is expensive. Jonas W.

The best things on our Dublin journey were
the day trip to the Cliffs of Mohér and the good taste of the Irish beer. Lucas
M.

 

 Photos shot by some members you can find here

 

 

 

 

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Another journey to DUBLIN   25.03.2015 - 29.03.2015

DublinOn  March 25, 2015, around a merry happy group  pupils of our Technical College met at 09.00 am to have an interesting time in Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

Together we went by bus to the airport Berlin–Schönefeld. From there, our plane started to bring us to Dublin.

After three hours we arrived at our hostel in Dublin, Jacob’s Inn.

Everybody had the choice to attend the teachers’ trip proposals or to stick to their own ideas of discovering Dublin in little groups.

On the second day our group went on a walking sightseeing tour to find out, where all the interesting places are and where we could go on our own, e.g. The Old Storehouse, The Track of the Book of World Guinness records. In the evening we joined a pub-crawl. This was a guided tour through several interesting and traditional pubs of Dublin. We met lots of people and everybody of us had many opportunities to speak English. The beer was great.

Suburbs like Howth and Bray, but also famous places in the City like Temple Bar, O’Connell Street, the prison Kilmainham–Jail, even Dublin Zoo and many more were the local destinations of the other two days.

Unfortunately, we had to return on March 29, 2015. Starting in the morning our plane and later again the bus brought us home to Dresden on time.

Satisfied with impressions and pictures of a great time in Dublin we are able now to finish this school year successfully.

See the photos in the gallery

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Sightseeing in Dresden 2014


It was a sunny and warm day, that Thursday, the 20th March. We traveled into the city and met there for a sightseeing tour.

Every member of our class had to be a tourist guide on several historical places of Dresden.

We made this sightseeing tour around the remarkable places of Dresden and explained them to our class in order to train our English speaking and our knowledge about Dresden.

We took the time to relax next to the Semper Opera. We had great weather, nice conversations, in English of course, and it was a welcome alternative to an ordinary school day.

The Dresden Zwinger was visited by us as well. Our guide in charge Michael told us some facts about the history and the museums there. We learned really interesting things about this world-famous building in Dresden.

Rico, our class mate, took all the photos of our class FB13A. In one of them you can see us standing on the Brühlsche Terrasse, the so called Balcony of Europe.

We enjoyed the sunny weather and trained our English skills. So the whole thing became a nice preparation task to our examination.

After all, it was a good exercise in free speaking.

Martina Knobloch, Anja Hadrianz, Marco Menzel, David Schramm representatively for all members of our class

See the photos

 

 

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alt OUR TRIP TO EDINBURGH  27.02.2013 - 03.03.2013

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On Wednesday, February 27, 2013, the first group of our Technical College went to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. At 08.30 a.m. the bus started from our school to bring us to the airport Berlin - Schönefeld. From there we went by plane to Glasgow and finally from there again by bus to Edinburgh, St. Christopher´s Inn, our hostel.

 

The weather was great and already in the first evening most of us strolled through the city of Edinburgh an gained their first experience in terms of using the English language.

In the other morning our group followed Mr. Blaschke´s offer of a guided sightseeing trip. We walked along the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle, saw the Scottish National Gallery, climbed Calton Hill and Arthur´s Seat, got shopping ideas on Princes Street and many other things more.

After that everybody had the choice to discover Edinburgh in little groups or on their own. Some of the group organized a gorgeous trip to the Highlands, including Loch Ness.

After all, everybody took the chance to improve his language skills, take lots of photos, get as many impressions of Edinburgh and Scotland as possible.

On Sunday, March 3, bus and plane took us back to Germany.

Pictures in our Gallery

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   altOUR JOURNEY TO DUBLIN   05.03.2012 - 09.03.2012

DublinOn Monday, March 05, 2012, around fifty pupils of our Technical College met at 09.00 am to have an interesting time in Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

Together we went by bus to the airport Berlin–Schönefeld. From there, our plane started to bring us to Dublin.

After three hours we arrived at our hostel in Dublin, Jacob’s Inn.

Again, like in the year before in London, everybody had the choice to attend the teachers’ trip proposals or to stick to their own ideas of discovering Dublin in little groups.

On Tuesday our group went on a walking sightseeing tour to find out, where all the interesting places are and where we could go on our own, e.g. The Old Storehouse, The Track of the Book of World Guinness records. In the evening we joined a pub-crawl. This was a guided tour through several interesting and traditional pubs of Dublin. We met lots of people and everybody of us had many opportunities to speak English. The beer was great.

Suburbs like Howth and Bray, but also famous places in the City like Temple Bar, O’Connell Street, the prison Kilmainham–Jail, even Dublin Zoo and many more were the local destinations of the other two days.

Unfortunately, we had to return on Friday. Starting in the morning our plane and later again the bus brought us home to Dresden on time.

Satisfied with impressions and pictures of a great time in Dublin we are able now to finish this school year successfully.

Stephan Bergmann and Jan Hampel, representatively of all members of the group

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alt OUR TRIP TO LONDON   07.03.2011 - 11.03.2011

On Monday, March 07, 2011 at 3:00 am our group met at our school to start into a great sightseeing trip to the capital of Great Britain.

Although it was that early in the morning, everybody was in good spirits expecting five days of “language adventure” and exiting experience in a metropolis like London.

We arrived in London Gatwick at 8.15 am. Some of us had even gone first time by plane. Now we went to our hotel, some by bus some by train, and moved into the rooms.

The rest of this day, we had time for a first tour into the city. On the following days everybody had his own programme. The pupils had the choice to attend the teachers’ trip proposals (Mrs. Lange Windsor – Eton, Mr. Blaschke Docklands – Greenwich) or to stick to their own ideas of discovering London in little groups. They had lots of things on their programme, i.e. the 02 – Arena, London Dungeon, Tower Bridge, Madam Tussauds, Westminster Abbey, several museums, markets, pubs and many other interesting places.

And it happened as it always happens - time was much too short for seeing all. The Friday came much too soon. We had to return.

Plane and bus brought us home on time. At 1:30 am on Saturday morning we were back tired but satisfied with impressions and pictures of a gorgeous time in London.

Ralf Heinrich, representatively of all members of the group

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