National Cultural Festival of German Language

Genre : Festival | Accra

Friday 21 april 2017

Column : Intercultural/migrations

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This event shall motivate the students to learn German and enjoy being part of a community of learners of German. We would also like to draw the public's attention to the fact that there are many people in Ghana who successfully learn the German language. The today's learners of German are Germany's partners in future in many ways.

The topic of this year's festival is "The Future starts now". Students of German will perform in two categories of competition on stage. They have prepared for their performances under the guidance of their German teachers at their schools. We are expecting about 500 German learners from different institutions to contribute to this event.

Participants in the first category can select a text from three song texts. The lyrics can either be used as the basis for a play, the participants can sing one of the songs or they can even learn the song by heart and recite it.

The topic for the second category is "German classes in the future". The participants come up with projects regarding this topic like a language robot or a classroom in the future e.g. and present them on stage in any form of presentation they like.

Part of the festival are various activities like face painting, children games, a quiz about Germany and guided tours through the library.

In collaboration with DAAD and GTAG. Participation with prior invitation only.


Information / Venue

Cantonments, Accra
8.00 am

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