Bildungschance genutzt!


Er hat seine Chance genutzt – Mehdi Zolfeqari aus Afghanistan (links im Bild, hier mit dem Dreh-Team des MDR) startete am SBSZ Jena-Göschwitz in einer BVJ-S-Klasse mit dem vorrangigen Ziel, möglichst schnell die deutsche Sprache zu erlernen. Seinen Weg kann man in einem Beitrag der Sendung “Nah dran” des MDR Thüringen verfolgen. Der Sendetermin ist der 31.03.2016, 22:35 Uhr.

Seht selbst …

Kira Dlusskaya, Fremdsprachenassistentin 2015-2016

kira2015Hi there! My name is Kira and I come from a big city called Edmonton, which is in the province of Alberta in western Canada. I have recently finished my university studies, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts focusing on International Relations and Modern European Studies from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver
I have been studying German for a very long time, so I am very excited to finally have a chance to live in Germany, experience the culture, and travel around the region. Thuringia is a beautiful region, and I am glad to have the opportunity to explore it. I enjoy hiking in the hills here, and exploring the historic city center of Jena. I also like to paint and do yoga, so I hope to be able to pursue these hobbies here as well. weiterlesen

Emma – Fremdsprachenassistentin 2014-2015

My name is Emma Clarke and I am from a place in the countryside called Katesbridge in Northern Ireland.
It is a beautiful place close to the Mourne Mountains and is known as the coldest place in the whole of Ireland!
There are 5 of us in my family. My mum and dad, 2 brothers and I.
I am interested in outdoor sports such as climbing, hillwalking and cycling. In the area where I live there are lots of events in the mountains for running, orienteering etc. so you never get bored. I studied Chemistry in Queens University Belfast and while I was there I got involved with the Queens University Mountaineering Club. The club is very active and every year we go on regular climbing trips all around Ireland, the UK and Europe. I love German and have wanted to live in Germany since I was 13. I decided to apply to be a language assistant with the British Council in January as some of my friends did the same thing in Spain last year and really enjoyed it. In the future I may decide to live permanently in Germany. I just have to find a job.
If anyone would like to speak to me or if you need any help I am in room 01.01.16 with Frau Oberender. There are some language exchange ‘Stammtische’ in Jena which will help to improve your English. You can also come to the German one to help us foreigners learn German.
There are two in Englisch and one in German.
English- Kulturbahnhof Mondays from 20.30
Bo’s Inn Wednesdays from 20.00
Deutsch- Cafe Wagner first Tuesday of the month from 20.00
Send me an email ([email protected]) if you are interested in any of these. Happy language learning!! 🙂

Emma – Fremdsprachenassistentin 2013-2014

My name is Emma and I am from Glasgow, Scotland. I currently study Interpreting and Translating at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, which means I spend most of my time in the city of Edinburgh, and I absolutely love it there. I am currently in my third year of University, which is used as the year abroad, and that is why I am here with you all for a year. I am so excited to be here, and so far, with particular thanks to my mentor teacher Bianca and the other teachers I have been working with, I am settling in very well!
I am very family orientated. In my free time I love hanging out with my twin sister, and with my family and friends. I am quite sporty and I particularly enjoy going to the gym, horse-riding and swimming. I also enjoy meeting new people, travelling, and experiencing new cultures, so I cannot wait to explore Germany this year.
For those of you who don’t have classes with me, feel free to come and talk to me (in English or German) or ask me for help anytime you like, you will find me in room 01.01.02!

Training zur interkulturellen Sensibilisierung – 2013

sensiTraining zur interkulturellen Sensibilisierung mit der Fachstelle Interkulturelle Öffnung Jena

Am Donnerstag, den 22.8.2013 fand sich ein Teil der Lehrer/innen der A3 zu einer Weiterbildung mit dem Thema der interkulturellen Sensibilisierung zusammen. Auf praktische Weise näherten wir uns dem Thema und arbeiteten an unseren interkultureller Kompetenzen, um uns fit zu machen in einer durch Vielfalt geprägten Gesellschaft/ Schule handlungsfähig zu sein. weiterlesen

Verabschiedung unseres Fremdsprachenassistenten – 2013

Am Freitag, dem 31.05.2013 wurde unser diesjähriger Fremdsprachenassistent Adam Gordon in einer kleinen Feierrunde von Schulleiter und Kollegen verabschiedet, bei der auch Adams Eltern, Mr. und Mrs. Gordon, zugegen waren. Herr Sillmann dankte ihm für die geleistete Arbeit und lobte sein besonderes Engagement mit den Worten: ,,Du warst einer unserer besten Fremdsprachenassistenten, wenn nicht der beste!” Als kleine Erinnerung an unsere Schule überreichte ihm seine Betreuerin Frau Mucke einen Fußball.
Adam bedankte sich für die schöne Zeit in Jena und versprach bald wiederzukommen, da er hier viele Freunde gefunden habe. weiterlesen

Adam – Fremdsprachassistent 2012-2013

adamHi, my name is Adam, I’m 20 years old and I come from a small village near Birmingham in England. I am currently studying French and German at Warwick University, which is not far from where I live. This year I will be living in a WG not far from Jena-Göschwitz. I am very sporty and also musical. I play football regularly in England, and am also hoping to join a football team here in Jena. It is my aim to see lots of football matches here in Germany (so if you have any recommendations, let me know which teams are the best!). I also play squash and go running. I play violin and piano, but it’s been a couple of years since I played regularly! weiterlesen

Mallory Clarke – Fremdsprachassistentin 2011-2012

clarkeHello! My name is Mallory Clarke, and I’m from the port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, which lies on the very east coast of Canada. I’ll be the new language assistant for the year, and am very much looking forward to it. I’m excited to be back in Thuringia after living in Weimar nearly two years ago for only a month, but the area is beautiful, and the trees are very comforting after living amongst only concrete for nearly four months. I look forward to learning more about the colloquialisms and quirks, and hopefully introducing everyone to a few Canadian eccentricities. weiterlesen