National Journal SZENE
Szene - Szene
SZENE Annual - Journal for Teachers of German
The Association of German Teachers of Victoria Inc. (AGTV) has published the teachers' journal SZENE since 1980.
NEW in 2016: From 2016, only one printed issue will be published. This SZENE Annual is expected to be published in early Term 2. Contributions from throughout Australia will be included in the SZENE Annual including reports from the Network of Australian Teachers of German (NATG).
NEW eMags: The AGTV Committee will produce at least two eMags in a format TBC. The AGTV requires an email address to which to forward the link or eMags.
The AGTV is grateful to the South Australian German Teachers Association (SAGTA) for their support for SZENE, as well as other subscribers from interstate and, of course, AGTV members. We thank Goethe-Institut Australia for contributing funding towards its publication.
Links for 2015
- Table of Contents SZENE 1-2015
- Selected links from SZENE 1-2015
- Table of Contents SZENE 2 - 2015
- Selected links from SZENE 2-2015
Links for 2014
Links for 2013
Links for 2012
- Table of Contents - SZENE 2-2012
Publication Details for SZENE Annual
Deadline for contributions for the SZENE Annual will be 31 January each year.
A copy will be sent to the full list of AGTV members, interstate subscribers (and SAGTA members) from the previous year, and any new members at the time of printing. Sorry, no back copies available.
It is expected the SZENE Annual will be posted in March.
Subscriptions to SZENE and eMags
Anyone may subscribe to receive the printed copy of the SZENE Annual to stay in touch with the German teaching community.
Interstate individuals may subscribe to receive the SZENE Annual and eMags. The AGTV requires an email address of an individual to forward the eMags.
Subscriptions are due annually.
NB: A subscription to SZENE is also part of a membership of the AGTV in Victoria and SAGTA in South Australia. It is for a calendar year.
- Membership & SZENE Subscriptions - click on this heading on the top bar of link
International and Business subscriptions available on request to the AGTV.
Contributions and Advertising Enquires
For contributions and advertising in SZENE, contact the AGTV Editor:
Role and History of SZENE
The first issue of SZENE was published by the AGTV in 1980, an initiative of both the AGTV and the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne.
SZENE informs, unites and inspires teachers of German. SZENE promotes the sharing of ideas and resources between teachers across Australia. We consistently receive positive feedback from subscribers.
The name was the brainchild of Rolf Klieme from the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne and Life Member of the AGTV. He explained in the first issue:
„Weder ein deutsches Wort noch ein englisches, sondern ein internationals. Der Name soll bezeichnend sein für unser Programm: das Wort hat verschiedene Bedeutungen, viele Seiten und Aspekte des Gebrauchs. Und so soll SZENE sein: vielseitig und vieldeutig, kurz, interessant genug zum Nachdenken und Mitdiskutieren.“
Further information about the history of SZENE and the AGTV: