6A and 6B classes, together with their English teachers Mag. Eva Forstinger and Mag. Johannes Eichhorn, are looking forward to an exciting week in Dublin (March 20 – 27, 2017).
Share our trip and experiences by reading our blogs, photos included. YOU = parents, friends and teachers are also welcome to comment on our blog entries. Blog 6A Blog 6B
Last December again twelve students of the eighth forms proved their great knoweldge of the English language by taking the CAE exams in Vienna. During the written exam, they had to show their ability in listening comprehesion, reading, English in use as well as their writing skills through creating several dfifferent formal and informal texts types. In addition to that, fluency and accuracy during a conversation or discussion in the target language was tested as well.
(candidates on the picture from left to right: Lena Schützenhofer (8B), Stefanie Holl (8B), Laura Parrer (8B), Lena Baumgartner (8B), Lisa Eßbüchl (8B), Katharina Rank (8D), Berenike Lellig (8B), Sophie Heindl (8A), Carina Berger (8A), Lisa Ballwein (8A), Kerstin Willim (8A), Frau Prof. Führer, Herr Direktor Eder)
On Tuesday, March 7, the English Talents and parts of classes 4e and 3d spent an entertaining afternoon together. After the train ride and some refreshments we watched the fairy-tale like Oscar-winning movie „La La Land“ in cinema paradiso. Opinions about the film varied from „fantastic“ to „disappointing“.
The successful and very much appreciated English Project Week ended with an exhibition along the main corridor and presentations of what was done in the workshops. Enthusiastic students presented songs, poems, sketches and posters to their fellow classmates, pupils from other classes, teachers and our headmaster Dir. Eder.
The overall feedback that was given: It was fantastic!!!!
A week of English only for all our fourth forms has begun! A week full of brilliant activities, entertaining games, even grammar exercises but always great fun. They all enjoy speaking to their trainers coming from various English speaking parts of the world – from Miami to Cape Town, from Chicago to Australia!
Visit the exhibition (Hauptgang) on Friday to get an idea about what was done in the eight different workshops (drama, music, photography, peace and activism, culture, …)
If you walk along our corridors in the breaks, you will easily notice who is participating who is not! Just watch out for sparkling eyes and big smiles!
By the way, to get more information on the week, read the blog posts the students have written. Don’t forget to leave a comment!
Language Week DUBLIN/CITY
7 – 14 April 2016
„Friends, Romans, countrymen lend me your ears …“ (from Julius Caesar, Shakespeare)
Students of the 6A and 6B have created BLOGS to provide an insight on what is going on when we are staying in Dublin from April 7 – 14.
We would be delighted if you just see, read and comment on our posts: