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Zu unserem ersten Film “Jokes told by class 7c” gibt es natürlich noch eine Fortsetzung. Dabei war wieder folgendes Buch unsere Quelle:

Feilhauer/Ehrhardt (Hrsg.): Englisch lernen mit Witzen. Ravensburg, 1996.

(Ravensburger Buchverlag, ISBN: 978-3-473-53019-9)

Klasse 7c & G. Merz

 

 

Manche Leute gehen immer zum Lachen in den Keller – wir in die Schule. Um aber gerade jetzt ein bisschen Ablenkung und Humor in den derzeit sehr ernsten und beängstigenden Alltag zu bringen, haben wir, die Klasse 7c, uns dazu entschieden, mit ein paar englischen Witzen zumindest für kurze Zeit für etwas Erheiterung zu sorgen. Naja, wir versuchen es zumindest…




Feilhauer/Ehrhardt (Hrsg.):
Englisch lernen mit Witzen. Ravensburg, 1996.Unsere „Witz-Quelle“ war hierbei:

(Ravensburger Buchverlag, ISBN: 978-3-473-53019-9)

 

 

Mit Hilfe dieses Buches kann man sich tatsächlich der englischen Grammatik auf humorvolle Weise nähern, denn die Witze sind beispielsweise nach folgenden Kriterien kapitelweise zusammengestellt worden: Adjectives and Adverbs, Prepositions, If-clauses, Tenses, Some and Any – um nur einige zu nennen. Zudem befindet sich am Ende des Buches ein ausführliches Vokabelregister.

Wir haben die Filme unter Einhaltung der geltenden Hygienevorschriften gedreht. Es waren maximal drei Personen in einem gut belüfteten Raum anwesend, die Mindestabstände wurden eingehalten, es wurde stets mit Mund-Nasenschutz geprobt und lediglich für die ein bis zwei Sätzchen pro Filmaufnahme durften die Darstellerinnen und Darsteller ihre Maske abnehmen.

Was für Zeiten – Sicherheitsbestimmungen für Witze! Aber wir halten uns gerne daran, denn wir sind davon überzeugt, dass diese richtig und wichtig sind, damit wir in hoffentlich nicht allzu ferner Zukunft auch einmal wieder ohne Mundbedeckung schallend loslachen können, ohne an spaßfreie Viren und humorlose Aerosole denken zu müssen.

Klasse 7c & G. Merz

 

Während des Lockdowns wurde viel aufgeräumt, entsorgt, gestöbert und geputzt. Dabei wurden einige längst vergessene Habseligkeiten wiedergefunden und verborgene Schätze gehoben. Dies geschah auch in den Kinderzimmern der Schülerinnen und Schüler der Klasse 7c. Daraus ging dann im Englischunterricht folgendes “Lockdown Photo Project” hervor.

G. Merz & Klasse 7c

Lockdown.

Look down.

Secrets unlocked.

During lockdown I found my old baking book again. So I made lots of cakes and I was very creative with regard to the cakes’ colours and shapes. I made many “rainbow-coloured” cakes as well as some multi-coloured muffins. I also decorated my donuts in in a very imaginative way. It was great fun. But I think my family needs a “cake break” now because I made so many cakes during the lockdown that my parents and my brother are not too keen on eating cakes in the near future. That is why I have to stop baking for a while. [Sophia]

During the Covid-19 pandemic I tidied up my bedroom. I put all my things into some boxes, onto the shelves or into my wardrobe. While I was clearing out my bedroom, I found my old juggling balls. I thought that I was still able to juggle but I wasn’t. Oh dear. So, as I had loads of time on my hands, I trained a lot and, in the end, I was able to juggle with several balls again. Due to that I felt proud of myself and I was extremely happy. What a great success. [Denzel]

At Easter I got a “tolino”. That is an online reader. I wanted to have one because during the Covid-19 lockdown you could not go to the library. That “tolino” is very cool because you can borrow or download all the books from the ”Stadtbücherei”, which is the library in Bamberg. [Annalena]

This is a picture of “GraviTrax”, which is or was one of my favourite games. I received it as a Christmas present from my mum one and a half years ago. I played that game very often with my friends, my cousins and my brother. GraviTrax is an interactive track system and you can design and build your own race tracks, for example you can create a kind of roller coaster with some loops or bridges. As soon as a track is complete, you can start rolling a gravity sphere. I had completely forgotten how much fun this game is. I had no longer thought about GraviTrax because it had been hidden for a long time on top of my wardrobe and so it could no longer be seen. During the lockdown, it was so boring that I tidied up my whole room and, what a surprise, I found my GraviTrax box behind some old toys again. That was great. [Franka]

During the Covid-19 lockdown we cleared out our cellar. Behind a big wardrobe I found our Ping-Pong table. I had completely forgotten about it because my parents bought it when I was still too small to play table tennis. Now we only need to clear out our cellar a little bit more to make enough space so that we can put it up. I am really looking forward to playing table tennis again. [Nico]

I found my old earrings during the lockdown. When I was five months old, I got my ears pierced and after that I received my first earrings from my aunt when I was still in Chechnya. I wore them for almost eleven years. I think that is the only thing that I still have from Chechnya. [Jasmina]

During the Covid-19 lockdown I found a picture of myself when I was five years old. In that picture you can see a very big spider and our nursery school teacher. She liked animals very much and that was her spider. She also had a lot of cats and some other animals. I was very excited when that enormous spider crawled along my arm. [Jalen]

During the lockdown, I came across my old coloured pencils. I was very happy when I found them because I could draw some beautiful pictures at home and so I was no longer that bored when I was locked down at home. [Helena]

In this picture you can see a pink dress, which I wore when I was just a little baby. I think it looks a bit like the dress of a ballerina. I only wore it two or three times because I grew so fast. When I was too big for this little pink dress, my doll received it and now my doll is wearing it. [Anna]

Here you can see a box, which my grandma gave me when I was seven. In this box there are a lot of mementos, like photos, stones, jewellery and money from foreign countries. I think the money in the picture is from Hungary. [Anna]

I found this teddy bear during lockdown. My dad got it when he started bee-keeping. There is a bee on the right foot of the teddy bear. It has also got some clothes but I undressed the teddy bear because he is cuter without clothes. It was given to my dad along with a very soft, orange blanket. [Tim]

During the Covid-19 lockdown, I read this nice Harry Pottet book. During that period, I had so much time to read because we were not allowed to go to school. At first, the time of the lockdown was really boring, but then we were allowed to meet some of our friends again and then it was no longer as boring as it was at the beginning. I hope this crisis is over soon. [Dominik]

I found my old piggy bank in our attic. It was full of dust and so I cleaned it for almost half an hour. Then I suddenly heard something rattle inside. What was it? I looked inside. Oh, surprise, surprise, there were some Euro coins in my piggy bank. I thought about giving it away. Maybe I could give it to a friend as a birthday present. It is a nice piggy bank and I was given it on my fifth birthday. Then one day, I saw our neighbours’ daughter, who is six years old, and I gave her the piggy bank and she was very happy about it. [Marco]

This is the “Pumptrack” in Litzendorf. Riding my bike there is my new hobby, which I found out during the Covid-19 lockdown and I spent a lot of time there. I was there almost every day. [Nils]

During the lockdown I found my Nintendo computer, which I have been searching for for about six years. After an English online lesson I found it and I was really happy because when I was young, I always played “Mario Kart” and “Animal Crossing” on it with my sister. [Tom]

This is my sweet cuddly toy. I played a lot with it when I was little. During the lockdown, I had to tidy up my room and so I found a few things that I had almost forgotten. This cuddly toy is already quite worn or damaged at its back because we played a lot with it. This is the story of my cuddly toy. [Lelia]

During the lockdown I found my old favourite book. The title is “Chroniken der Weltensucher”. It is an adventure book. I love this book, it makes me so happy. The main character is Carl Friedrich von Humboldt, he was a rich man. Charlotte was his niece and Oskar is a pickpocket and there is Wilma, she is a Kiwi. [Aron]

During the lockdown, I found my old Playstation 3 in our attic. I got it when I was ten years old. My first six games were PES2013, PES2014, FIFA15, NHL13, FERRARICHALLENGE and LANDWIRTSCHAFTSSIMULATOR. [Niklas]

In this picture you can see a “Minecraft World”, which I built a few years ago and I played it very often when I was younger. At that time, we had around 60 to 70 different worlds, which were all named the same, i.e. “My World”. So whenever my brother played, I had to try every world until I found the world that I was searching for. But once I wasn’t able to find my farm world and I thought that it had been lost. After a while, I stopped searching for it. But during the lockdown I had enough time to play Minecraft again and after some weeks when it got really boring, I decided to look for old buildings I had built a long time ago. But then we already had around 60 worlds more, which were all named “My World” again. And after I had been searching around for ages, I found my favourite world, that I had built four or five years ago. So I decided to continue building it. And I was able to enjoy it again. [Michael]

I needed a computer during the lockdown. I could use our family computer and I used the internet for our online lessons and the video chats. I needed the teams app and downloaded it. I still use it but not as often as during the lockdown. [Theresa]

During the Covid-19 lockdown, I rearranged my stone collection. While I was looking at this ammonite, I was wondering about how many crises this stone has probably already survived, for example the extinction of the dinosaurs, volcanic eruptions, wars, earthquakes and so on. This fossil will not be affected by Covid-19, but what about us? [Ms Merz]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wir, die Klasse 6c, haben uns so sehr über den Film “Wir warten auf euch” auf der DG-Homepage gefreut, dass wir digital “zurück grüßen” wollen.

Klasse 6c & G. Merz

       

Mit diesem Beitrag hat die Klasse 6c im Schuljahr 2019/20 am “67. Europäischen Wettbewerb” teilgenommen, bei dem Schülerinnen und Schüler dazu aufgerufen waren, sich gemäß dem Motto “EUnited – Europa verbindet” auf das zu besinnen, was uns verbindet. Wir haben dabei aus dem Modul 2 für die 5. bis 7. Klassen folgendes Thema ausgewählt:

2-1 Baba Yaga meets Froschkönig Europäische Märchenfiguren begegnen einander. Was erleben sie? Lass die Hexe Baba Yaga toben, Aschenputtel das Lichtschwert schwingen oder Hans sein Glück in Finnland suchen…

2020 haben sich an dem Europäischen Wettbewerb insgesamt 75.159 Schülerinnen und Schüler beteiligt. Wir haben es zwar nicht bis zur Preisverleihung geschafft, aber das macht nichts. Wir hatten jedenfalls unseren Spaß bei der Erstellung des Films.

Klasse 6c & G. Merz

                 

Waren Sie schon einmal am Dientzenhofer-Gymnasium? Nein? Na, dann folgen Sie doch einfach den Schülerinnen und Schülern der Klasse 6c, die eine virtuelle englische Schulhausführung erstellt haben, und schauen sich um.

Klasse 6c & G. Merz

 

Nachdem wir ein Schuljahr lang englische Vokabeln und englische Grammatik in unsere wissenshungrigen Hirne eingeflößt haben, dachten wir uns, dass nun auch einmal unsere knurrenden Mägen gefüllt werden sollten. Und was eignet sich für diesen Zweck besser als ein echtes English breakfast, und da wir ganz mit der modernen Zeit gehen, gibt es unser Frühstück digital. Here it is – the full monty. It’s really yummy. Enjoy.

Klasse 5c (SJ 2018/19) und G. Merz

 

Ein besonderes Lob geht hierbei an die Schülerinnen und Schüler der 5c, denn dieser Film entstand außerhalb der regulären Unterrichtszeit, also in ihrer Freizeit!

Selbstverständlich haben wir uns nicht nur theoretisch mit dem English breakfast beschäftigt. Wir haben zum Beispiel auch echte English marmelade probiert.

Außerdem haben die Schüler „als Hausaufgabe“ auch ein English breakfast in „analoger Form“ zubereitet. Hier sind einige Beweisfotos, auf dass allen Betrachtern das Wasser im Mund zusammenlaufen möge. Anhand der Fotos haben wir zudem einen ″breakfast champion″ gekürt. Dies ist Nils Poßer mit folgender Frühstückskreation. Congratulations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Die Klasse 5c hat einige Auszüge der Lektüre ″The Adventures of Doctor Dolittle″ von Hugh Lofting gelesen, eingeübt und aufgenommen. Dieses Hörspiel haben wir bei der Second Reading Competition des Helbling-Verlags eingeschickt und von über 70 Einsendungen aus ganz Deutschland in der Kategorie 5. bis 7. Klasse einen sensationellen dritten Platz erzielt, wobei wir unter den Preisträgern sogar die einzige fünfte Klasse waren – alle anderen Klassen waren schon älter.

Doctor Dolittle hat somit die Sprache der Tiere verstanden und die Jury des Helbling-Verlags hat unser Englisch verstanden. Die erfolgreichen Schülerinnen und Schüler bekamen eine Urkunde des Verlagshauses und ein Lektürepaket im Wert von circa 200 Euro, für das wir uns natürlich sehr herzlich bedanken. Jeder der Vorleser der 5c erhielt zudem ein unterhaltsames, spannendes oder humorvolles englisches Buch und die noch verbleibenden Lektüren des Helbling-Pakets haben wir der neuen DG-Unterstufenbücherei übergeben.

Klasse 5c (2018/19) und G. Merz

Foto: B. Wagner

Link zur Seite des Helbling Verlags mit den Preisträgern der Reading Competition 2019:

https://www.helblinglanguages.de/?pagename=readingcompetition-winner-2019

 

Der böse König Robin klaut Geld eines Dorfbewohners. Die Prinzessin Blue Lady Susie versucht ihn daran zu hindern, wird allerdings im Kampf besiegt und verschleppt. Der edle Ritter Sir Paul sucht seine Liebe, besiegt den bösen König und kann sie schlussendlich aus dem Kerker retten.

Solche Geschichten schreiben Sieger! Pierre Azar, Chris-Robin Behr, Noah Egner, Noah Kadur, Matteo Land, Leon Meiszburger, Enya Nester, Diana Oks, Leon Schütz, Hannah Wich, Ivan Taran und Nick Wiltschke (alle aus der Klasse 6c) ist es mit ihrer ersten gemeinsamen Filmproduktion  gelungen, den dritten Platz in der Landeskategorie beim diesjährigen Bundeswettbewerb Fremdsprachen zu ergattern.

Dazu herzlichen Glückwunsch und allen Zuschauern gute Unterhaltung beim Film!

Marius Müller