Today, English is one of the most important languages worldwide. Therefore, we English teachers at the Stiftsgymnasium Admont set a high value on our teaching and strive towards planning our lessons carefully and individually to enable our students to interact with people all over the world. Learning English is definitely hard work in terms of studying vocabulary but English should also be fun and made lively by various games, creative lessons, role plays and interactions with Native Speakers.

In the following we will show different facets of our communicative and individual English lessons. Enjoy!

Learning by cooking


After a tiring and successful school year, the students of the 2nd and 7th form enjoyed their English cooking lesson. After they have been given their tasty “fluffy pancakes” recipe, each step and unknown vocabulary words were explained by their teacher. Then the students had the opportunity to show their cooking skills.  The pancakes tasted wonderful and the students obviously enjoyed their ‘special’ English lesson!

 

First steps with the past simple


After introducing the topic of the past simple to the class, the students of the first form were asked to complete the sheet. some were very brave and even wrote sentences, others only stuck to pictures. aren’t the pictures gorgeous?

 

The California Project


The California Project was a great idea from Mrs. Zechner. We learned a lot about California and its history. We had to work on our own without the help of our teacher. There were four different themes about ’’Getting to know the country and its history’’, ’’Being in San Francisco’’, ’’Meeting famous people’’ and ’’Going on holiday’’. We had to write texts, create worksheets, develop a mind map and a brochure of the Golden Gate Bridge. We loved it and we want to do another project.

Made by:

Vivien Grach – 3B
Selina Gasteiner – 3A
Lena Baminger – 3A

 

The best restaurant in town



The students of the 2C class proudly present their play ‘The best restaurant in town’:

My Imaginative Pet



Nachdem die SchülerInnen der 1c Klasse, das englische Buch „The Snagglegrollop“ (von Daniel Postgate) im Unterricht gelesen haben, durften auch sie ihrer Kreativität freien Lauf lassen und zeichneten ihr Wunsch-Haustier. Auf einem zweiten Blatt, beschrieben die SchülerInnen ihre Haustiere. Die Bilder wurden im Klassenzimmer aufgehängt und jeder Schüler musste die richtige Zeichnung zur passenden Beschreibung finden!

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