And, how's it going in school?“ Ritually godfather Dieter the classic entry-level question which most of the children tick off politely, to quickly get to the sweet souvenir. This time the nephew is: "yesterday I tanned." – "You've please done nice what?" The childless uncle marvels, such as blocks, as he looks to the boy on the shoulder. The twelve-year-old wanders by a click of the mouse virtually through the middle ages. History lessons, it was with Dieter, the baby boomers, a reading-heavy classroom use, accompanied by many sparingly illustrated, engbeschriebenen pages from ancient times to the Cold war.
peak goods, and a small slide show of historical sites and a trip to the nearby Roman town of Xanten on the lower Rhine, with the Dieter up to today, the reminder to a few spit - and many burst Capri-sun-connects the bags in the Bus. The nephew of clicks, meanwhile, races through the eras and inaugurates uncle Dieter to Homeschooling.
oops, a short-circuit!
The interactive learning program "city in the middle ages" of the SWR and WDR-education portal "Planet school" has it done to them. You strip through the medieval market square, to remain at the big "I" for Information. With the analog uncle Dieter in the monastery school, where the student Rudi tail and donkey cap, because he has not spoken Latin.
the nuns distribute food to the Poorest of the poor, the miracle Medicus ulcers not cut out, shying away from eye surgery (luckily not in the picture), is for the lepers look in charge and runs a herb garden. After the 3D-a tour uncle Dieter's blood has leaked.
Almost he is electrified by the technical physics, more precisely: the learning platform "Leifiphysik" the Joachim Herz Foundation, offers illuminating circuit simulations, where also non-specialists exercise: here is a battery, there is a connection – yikes, a short-circuit! The 50-Year-old, so far without an appreciable technical understanding, is since his trip to the middle ages one or the other light, such as the digital future might look like.
In the column of "Nine to five" write weekly authors on the curiosities of the work and high school life.Date Of Update: 17 June 2020, 12:21