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Page 1Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererLearning languages policies:Selected TopicsClaudia Reiserer – Bavaria (Germany)
Page 2Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererThe Bavarian school systemimportant main facts:• diversified education system• ...
Page 3Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererLanguage learning approaches:Innovative programmes for European Plurilingualism...
Page 4Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererFacts and figures:Percentage of students with migration background0,00%20,00%40...
Page 5Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererModel projects:• TiL (“Talents in Bavaria“)• aim: support of students with migr...
Page 6Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia Reiserer• 3-4 days per week• on the basis ofnational trainingregulations• within the fr...
Page 7Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererThank you for your attention.
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Germany Bavaria _by Claudia Reiserer_Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona)

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Germany-Bavaria: Presentation for the European Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Catalonia, Spain), "Language learning spaces: diversity and transversality". Author Claudia Reiserer. Visit the web: http://blocs.xtec.cat/cataloniastudyvisit2013languagelearning/report/

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Germany Bavaria _by Claudia Reiserer_Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona)

  1. 1. Page 1Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererLearning languages policies:Selected TopicsClaudia Reiserer – Bavaria (Germany)
  2. 2. Page 2Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererThe Bavarian school systemimportant main facts:• diversified education system• external as opposed to internaldifferentiation• 19 ways to higher education• high permeability• more than 40% of academics withvocational background• integration: educational equalityequality of participationand interaction
  3. 3. Page 3Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererLanguage learning approaches:Innovative programmes for European PlurilingualismMittelschule:no bilingual offers (mother tongue as one option in the school leaving exams)Realschule:- model project: bilingual classes in years 7 to 9 (100 Realschulen)- Czech as an additional voluntary subject (levels A1 and A2)Gymnasium:- ~ 80% offer bilingual classes or modules- 5 AbiBac schools, one ISIS schoolFor further information: www.bayern-bilingual.de
  4. 4. Page 4Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererFacts and figures:Percentage of students with migration background0,00%20,00%40,00%60,00%80,00%100,00%primaryschoolsgeneraleducationhighschoolsMittel-schule*urban area2008/092011/12* vocationally orientedschools, nonuniversity bound
  5. 5. Page 5Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererModel projects:• TiL (“Talents in Bavaria“)• aim: support of students with migration background who want to study at universities• up to 50 participants• LeMi (“Lehrer mit Migrationshintergrund”)• network for teachers with migration background (about 100 teachers)• trainings and advisory services for teachers• http://www.lemi-netzwerk.de/• KommMIT (“Kommunikation, Migration, Integration, Teilhabe”)• pilot project in 30 schools (all school types)• publication of the results as guidelines in a handbook• http://www.efms.uni-bamberg.de/pdf/Flyer%20KommMIT.pdf
  6. 6. Page 6Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia Reiserer• 3-4 days per week• on the basis ofnational trainingregulations• within the frameworkof a training contractDual Training - the Dual SystemVocational training in company and vocational schoolCompany Vocationalschool• 1-2 days per week• on the basis of anational frameworkcurriculum• general andvocational subjects
  7. 7. Page 7Date: 06.05.13OStRin Claudia ReisererThank you for your attention.

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