English for mechatronic technician apprentices is not simply a school subject. English is the worldwide accepted language for technology.
But, how do you go about to learn it practically?
This year, the mechatronics technicians of the 3rd year went to Cambridge to find out, where technology and English meet.
Sure, the Cambridge University Engeneering department could help: To study technology means to learn being creative, being active, making experiences and learning from success just as from failure.
Sure a lecture on visions and dreams, on experiments and calculations all around the climate change could help: To develop solutions can only be done in international cooperation and teams.
Sure, the Cambridge Networks Network could help. To gain personal success is usually not based on simply one person alone but on a team around persons who bring in there technological expertise plus the capability to push new ideas.
Sure, the Scott Polar Research Institute with its museum on the Scott expedition could help. It gives an idea of the development of technology and how people tried to overcome the technological restrictions of their time.
Sure, a true English Breakfast could help.
More pictures from a really fascinating English lesson can be found here ...