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German-American Day 2005 @ McDaniel College
Tuesday, October 18, 2005

The Department of Foreign Languages at McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College) invites you, your students, and anyone who is interested to attend the 10th anniversary of the annual German-American Day on Tuesday, October 18, 2005. Here are some new options this year:

This year, Uwe Kind, developer of SingLing, a language learning technique based on familiar tunes, and creator of LingoTech and rap songs such as "Das Auto is kaputt," will offer a lively concert with old and new songs, which are used by teachers and students around the globe as a fun and effective way to learn conversational German.

Other workshops on other aspects of life and culture of German-speaking countries will be offered by McDaniel College professors and advanced German students, professors from other colleges, high school teachers, and other professionals from the community, the German, Austrian and Swiss embassies.

Click on the link "List of Workshops" on the left to find more about all the workshops that were offered last year.


This is this year's t-shirt design.
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German-American Day 2005
A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America.
Click here to read the
German-American Day 2005 is sponsored by:
Department of Foreign Languages, Admissions Office, Bookstore at McDaniel College, German Embassy, Austrian Embassy , Swiss Embassy,
Goethe-Institut Washington, American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) (Maryland, Metro DC Chapter).

For more information contact:
Dr. Mohamed Esa
Department of Foreign Languages
McDaniel College
Westminster, MD 21157
Tel. (410)857-2462
Fax: (410)386-4629