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26.06.2021

Die 10c zu Besuch im Allied Museum Berlin

Last Friday our class visited the Allied Museum in Berlin. Despite Corona, we ...

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Die 10c zu Besuch im Allied Museum Berlin

Last Friday our class visited the Allied Museum in Berlin. Despite Corona, we were able to make this trip and had a lot of fun.
While we were looking at the museum, we had five worksheets to complete. Through this, I personally learned a lot about the post-war period of World War II in Germany and the role of the Allies. 
The museum was very interesting because the items shown were originals. One of the biggest highlights for me was of course the candy bomber, the English Hastings TG503.
But also the part of a spy tunnel that could be recovered, was very impressive. 
I would highly recommend this excursion as the visit was great even during Corona. 
Even though I have been to the allied museum before, it is always interesting and worth going there a second time. In my opinion, many classes should go there, because the Allied Museum presents a very important part of German and especially Berlin history.
Additionally I think, you can also have much more fun in class when there is such a great opportunity to learn more.

Marie Braun (10c)

30.01.2021

Song Project 2021 (10c)

As the values of the EU and climate change are very important topics today, a song shown ...

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Song Project 2021 (10c)

As the values of the EU and climate change are very important topics today, a song shown in a video seemed to be the perfect possibility to share all of our thoughts with others to maybe get them to think about these topics, too, and so we started the project week. In the beginning it was a bit strange, because most of us didn´t do anything similar before, so we just wrote down anything that came to our minds. After the first days the structure of how the music video should look like however became clearer and clearer and we could come up with more and more ideas. We could write, we could speak, we could draw, we could film and we could use the knowledge we got in school. There were some moments where we were stuck, but with the help of our two workshop leaders Ginger Schnarrenberger and Dominik Schoetschel we got some new ideas how to continue and despite some difficulties it was a lot of fun. Quickly our project chat was full of our pictures, lyrics, music and videos. These parts needed to be arranged to have a finished script for the music video.

And here it is! In some parts it´s a bit embarrassing, but I think that´s ok, because it´s the fact that we all got the possibility to say and do something and maybe to give some food for thought for the people who watch the video.

We hope you like it.

Have fun!                                                                                                                      

Emmi Mertens (10c)

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Oktober 2020

Wir werden Europaschule – Das Dreilinden-Gymnasium auf dem Weg in eine neue Zukunft. Ab dem Schuljahr 2021/22 beginnt das Dreilinden-Gymnasium mit einer neuen Epoche seiner schulischen Entwicklung. Als Staatliche Europaschule Berlins (SESB) werden ab dem nächsten Schuljahr die ersten 7. Klassen eingeschult, ...

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Wir werden Europaschule – Das Dreilinden-Gymnasium auf dem Weg in eine neue Zukunft. Ab dem Schuljahr 2021/22 beginnt das Dreilinden-Gymnasium mit einer neuen Epoche seiner schulischen Entwicklung. Als Staatliche Europaschule Berlins (SESB) werden ab dem nächsten Schuljahr die ersten 7. Klassen eingeschult, die zu jeweils 50% ihren Unterricht auf den Partnersprachen Englisch und Deutsch auf muttersprachlichen Niveau haben werden. Die Fremdsprache ist Französisch und wurde in der 5. Klasse begonnen. Diese besondere Sprachprofilierung, die mit einem Zusatzzertifikat zum Abitur honoriert wird, bietet den künftigen Schüler*innen unserer Schule ganz besondere Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten.

Des Weiteren spielt die interkulturelle Integration insbesondere auf europäischer, aber auch auf globaler Ebene eine herausragende Rolle. Die damit verbundenen, einzigartigen Impulse werden die Schule und die Schulgemeinschaft weiter voranbringen und fruchtbarer Boden für weiterreichende Projekte sein. 

Für die Aufnahme auf unsere Staatliche Europa-Schule gibt es besondere Voraussetzungen:

Schüler*innen mit guten oder sehr guten Noten in Englisch und Deutsch, die bisher eine der Staatlichen Europa-Grundschulen (Quentin-Black-Grundschule, Charles-Dickens-Grundschule, Galilei- Grundschule, ab 2022 auch die Dreilinden-Grundschule) besucht haben, werden auf Basis des Prinzips First-come-first-serve angenommen.

Andere Schüler*innen müssen eine Englisch- und/oder Deutschprüfung ablegen, die ihre Sprachfähigkeit und Eignung für dieses duale (Sprach-) Programm testen soll. In dieser etwa 60 Minuten langen Prüfung werden die Lese-, Schreib- und Kommunikationskompetenz der Schüler*innen überprüft.

Wir freuen uns schon jetzt auf diese bereichernde Weiterentwicklung unserer Schule!

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30.09.2020

Futurium – The House of Futures. How can we reduce our carbon footprint? What impact does tourism have on the environment? ...

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Futurium – The House of Futures. How can we reduce our carbon footprint? What impact does tourism have on the environment? And why are the oceans so polluted?

We have been dealing with the environmental impacts of our consumption and daily life on nature for months in school. To do so, we dragged apart aspects of waste pollution, sustainable production and emissions.

Today we wanted to take a closer look at our future by visiting the Futurium in Berlin. The visiting hours are all week from 10:00 to 18:00, except Tuesday, where it is closed. The entry is free. In case you would like to visit the museum, you will find it at Alexanderufer 2, 10117 Berlin.

We, Mrs. Viola-Launert’s English advanced course, were actually highly impressed by the exhibition. We liked the guide, who gives you a tour for 2,50€ per person and we were surprised by all the alternatives, which can be used to rebuild the environment again.

Everything in the Futurium revolves around the question: How do we want to live? Featuring many different approaches of becoming more sustainable, as alternatives for factory farming or even biodegradable structures for construction!

The Futurium itself often features open discussions to provide food for thought, thereby giving those new approaches a possibility to be introduced.

Furthermore, the exhibition contains a laboratory. In workshops, visitors of all ages can involve themselves playfully with future technologies and tinker about with new inventions.

But due to the current Covid situation we weren’t able to test out everything.

We were also a little disappointed, that we couldn’t find a section about mobility alternatives, which we found one of the most important topics concerning this issue.

However, many fellow students were keen to try for example alternative animal protein – produced by insects. Also shown as a new approach to defeat factory cattle, reducing methane emissions and the demand of soy, insects were introduced as very nutritious, protein rich and sustainable alternatives.

Even though the idea freaked out a few fellow students, we faced up to the fact that it could get reality if we do not change our consumption habits.

Why could it get real? Because we consume way too many resources for harvesting forage. A single grasshopper holds relatively more protein, consumes way less fresh water and doesn´t have flatulences which drive climate change.

All in one, the Futurium is a place, where visitors can discover exciting options concerning humans, nature and technology to develop their own standpoints on controversial issues. Therefore we highly recommend a visit.

We can assure you, you will be fascinated, surprised and possibly shocked after paying a visit to the Futurium Berlin.

By Aaron Emde and Anna Berg

(Q3, LK Englisch)