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ESL – an interview with Paul Shoebottom

Monday, August 20th, 2007

Paul Shoebottom is the upper school co-ordinator at Frankfurt International School in Oberursel. He met up with us at the park to talk about how he came to Germany and about his work at FIS, especially about how ESL students are supported and the difference between ESL and EFL.

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Paul Shoebottom’s ESL Homepage

 



Visiting the trains – the Dampf-Bahn-Club Taunus

Monday, August 13th, 2007

Yesterday the Monday Podcast visited the DBC Taunus grounds in Oberursel to see the model railway that they have built up over the last 30 years.

We spoke to the chairman, Matthias Zundel, and took a ride behind one of the steam trains.

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Homepage of the DBC Taunus e.V.



From Bangor to Oberursel – an interview with Rhiannon Wood

Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

As announced yesterday, we are unable to bring you our podcast from the wine festival in Oberursel at the moment, so we were lucky to by visited today be Rhiannon Wood from Frankfurt International School, who talked to us about here early life moving from Wales to Australia, New Zealand, and back again – finally becoming a teacher and taking up a post here in Oberursel.

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Frankfurt International School

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