Mondialogo - Verständigung weltweit
Das Team des Institut Dr. Flad
Mondialogo Team Institut Dr. Flad, Stuttgart, Germany
Team name: Fladianer
Number of team members: 19
The languages within our team
We expect with our Mondialogo School Contest participation
Melanie: to meet a lot of new friends
Vanessa: I hope to find a lot of interesting people, who I can chat with
Pavla: to meet a lot of new friends.
Christian: I want to find a lot of new friends from all over the world, and i want to know something of the way of living in these countries.
BenjaminK.: To meet other people from all over the world.
Oliver: meet lot of new friends and learn more about other countries
Kathrin: I'm looking forward to meet a lot of interesting people all over the world
Jochen: I`ll hope to find a lot of new intresting people and friends.
Katharina: I hope to find out more about other countries, the culture and their people.
A. Spiekermann: I want to show what living and learning in Germany is all about - and learn the same from many other countries!
Susanne, Andrea: We hope to get to know a lot of nice and friendly people from the other side of the world, too.
Benjamin.R: I wanna learn something about other countries and other cultures
Vera: I hope that I learn new people about all over the world
Holger: I hope to find new friends und learn somthing about the country and the culture.
5-7 am: We get up at different times, depending on the ditance we live from school. Some of us have to travel for over an hour in the morning which means an early start...
8.15 am: school starts! Monday to Wednesday it is theoretical lessons, Thursday and Friday it would be practical in the laboratory.
12 am - 1 pm: break - we go for lunch either in the school´s cafeteria or we bring our own food from home; some of us like to spend their lunch breaks at tne computer so this is very likely to be the time when we will be checking our mondialogo site!
4pm: school finishes. If it is a lab day we might have to carry on and finish our analyses in order not to have to start all over again on the next day. But usually we manage quite well by 4pm.
4.15 - 5.45 depending on the week day there are several extra curricular activities on offer, like sports, bio technology, English conversation, environmental studies etc - depending on who takes part in which project...
6 pm: we usually get home by 6 pm - some a little sooner, some a little later. Then it is usually dinner time and after that time to study - we need to invest free time into our studies regularla in order not to lose track of our schedule! Writing protocols and learning for exams comes on top of this - so the working day might not end before 9-10 pm...
Partner Team: Al-Ummah Secondary School Jerusalem