Oman to teach German in public schools as second foreign language
- Oman: Thursday, October 11 - 2012 at 01:36
The Goethe Institute in Oman, in cooperation with the education ministry, has launched a project that will see make the sultanate the first GCC country to introduce German as a second foreign language in public schools, Muscat Daily has reported. The move is part of an agreement signed in 2010 between the institute and the ministry to introduce German in five pilot schools selected by the ministry in South Batinah and Muscat governorates. As part of the project, 10 English language teachers were chosen to be trained as German language teachers through a tailor-made programme by the German Language Centre Oman in cooperation with the Goethe-Institute. Classroom studies will involve the use of modern textbooks and materials, practice tools and audio-visual resources.
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