Learning English

For us, language is a way to teach about culture. Our English courses are exclusively taught by instructors from the United States and speak English as their first language. Our classes help students better understand the United States – by working on their English skills and learning more about American culture, intercultural differences, and similarities.

Beginners or advanced learners, teenagers or adults – we have the right course for you! You can find the whole program on our German site.

Teaching English

Are you an American English teacher who is interested in working at the DAZ? We’d love to hear from you! Our teaching positions are on a freelance basis and we require a qualification in EFL/ESL, teaching experience and a college degree.

Please get in contact with Desirée Nieß, ideally with a CV and an informal cover letter.

Learning German

Welcome to Germany!

This is an introductory German course especially intended for Americans (and other English speakers) taught by an American teacher.
You will learn the basics of German and find out more about German culture. After this course, you will be able to introduce yourself, ask simple questions and know phrases that will help you to get around in your daily life! A special focus will be on practicing everything right away in a relaxed classroom situation so you can easily overcome any inhibitions to speak.

Our American teacher can help explain basic grammar, vocabulary and intercultural differences in English.

This class will take place at the DAZ with a hygiene concept that follows the current pandemic rules and regulations at the time. We will inform all participants about our safety and hygiene procedures before the start date.

Welcome to Germany!
Tuesdays, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
October 19 – December 7, 2021 (7x)
Fee: 126 euros
Teacher: Benjamin Cauthen

The first two sessions will be online via Zoom, the remaining sessions will take place at the DAZ.

To sign up, please send an e-mail including your full name and address to english@daz.org. Thank you!