Regulation For Naturalization Test And Citizenship Course

Original Language Title: Verordnung zu Einbürgerungstest und Einbürgerungskurs

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Regulation for naturalization test and rate of naturalization (naturalization test regulation - EinbTestV) EinbTestV Ausfertigung date: 05.08.2008 full quotation: "naturalization test regulation by August 5, 2008 (BGBl. I S. 1649), by article 1 of the Decree of March 18, 2013 (Gazette I p. 585) is changed" stand: amended by art. 1 V v. 18.3.2013 I 585 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.9.2008 +++) input formula on the basis of § 10 section 7 of the Nationality Act , by article 5 No. 7 letter c of the Act of August 19, 2007 (BGBl. I S. 1970) is been inserted, ordered the Ministry of the Interior: § 1 citizenship test and naturalization rate (1) of the Federal naturalization test by means of questionnaires performed, where each from four possible answers right must be chosen.
(2) the 100 questionnaires created from the questionnaire in Appendix 1 contain 33 questions, including three from the questions that relate to the Federal State, in which resides the examinees. The questionnaires will not be published.
(3) the citizenship test is considered passed if under the supervision of 60 minutes at least 17 of the 33 questions in a questionnaire are been answered correctly.
(4) on the existence of a certificate is issued to standard form. Them in change of residence shall also apply to the then competent authority continued.
(5) the basic structure and content of the naturalization rate resulting from the framework curriculum in annex 2, which is binding for the conduct of naturalization rates.

§ 2 the bodies can be used according to administrative agreements of the countries with the Federal Office for migration and refugees (Bundesamt) procedure of naturalization tests under use by bodies of the Federal Agency (1) for the technical implementation of the nationwide naturalization test, that calls this the countries out of the circle of his carrier, that for his own test to the orientation course after the integration rate regulation has approved it and nationwide holds up. The Federal Office provides a lump sum of 25 euros charged per subject.
(2) in the proceedings referred to in paragraph 1, the person who wants to take the naturalization test, agreed with her naturalization authority designated by testing a verification meeting, specifying the data referred to in § 4, sentence 1. A provider of a naturalization rate, which belongs to the circle of bodies approved by the Federal Office can arrange course-related examination with a testing laboratory for its participants.
(3) the Review Board receives one of the questionnaires approved according to section 1, paragraph 2, sentence 1 that is not identical with those of other candidates of the same examination date for each test participant. The identity of the subject is to consider on the basis of an official identity document.

Section 3 procedure of naturalization tests of landing sites in the case that a country of the entire technical implementation of the nationwide naturalization test in its field of competence itself by means of its authorities or by him representative organized bodies, it receives the questionnaires approved according to section 1, paragraph 2, sentence 1 and ensures the proper functioning of inspection according to § 2 para 3 as well as for the test evaluation and issue a certificate according to standard form.

§ 4 May § 2 ABS. 1 data collection and processing In the proceedings after the Federal agency about the testing laboratory for the purpose of conducting of the naturalization test and uniform form completed family name, given name, date of birth, place of birth and address of the candidates raise the issue of the certificate and use. The data is to delete no later than two years after the issuance of the certificate.

Article 5 entry into force this regulation enters into force on September 1, 2008.

Appendix 1 General catalogue of the exam questions that are approved for the naturalization test (site: plant band to BGBl. I 2008 No. 35 page 4 to 140, regarding the details of the changes see footnote) Appendix 1 catalogue for the naturalization test approved exam questions preliminary note: involves a total 310 questions, of which 300 General questions (part I): from the subject areas of the Rahmencurriculums at the naturalization rate • "live in democracy", • "History and responsibility" , • "Man and society, and 10 country-related questions (part II), which are to answer only for the respective Federal State.
Part I General questions 1.
In Germany, people may say something against the Government openly, because...
□ Here is freedom of religion.
□ the people pay taxes.
□ the people have the right to vote.
□ Here is freedom of expression.
2. in Germany, parents can decide age of your child up to the 14th, whether in the school most...
□ History takes part.
□ Religious education takes part.
□ Policy lessons takes part.
□ Language takes part.
3. Germany is a State of law. What does it mean?
□ All residents / citizens and the State must abide by the laws.
□ State need not keep the laws.
□ Only Germans must obey the laws.
□ The courts make the laws.
4. which law is one of the fundamental rights in Germany?
□ Gun ownership are free □ fist right of □ freedom of □ vigilantism 5 elections in Germany. What does that mean?
□ You can assume money if one selects a candidate a certain candidate for this.
□ Only by people who have never been in jail, vote.
□ The voters choice may of not influenced to a certain voting are forced and have no disadvantages through the election.
□ All eligible persons will have to choose.
6. How is the German Constitution called?
□ People Act □ □ Federal German law □ Basic Law 7 which law is one of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the German Constitution? The law on...
□ Belief and freedom of conscience □ entertainment of □ work of □ apartment 8.
What is not available in the Basic Law of Germany?
□ The dignity of man is inviolable.
□ All should have equal amount of money.
□ Every man may say his opinion.
□ All are equal before the law.
9. what fundamental rights applies only to aliens / foreigners in Germany? The fundamental right on...
□ □ Asylum of □ freedom of expression 10 protection of the family of □ human dignity.
What is compatible with the German Constitution?
□ the flogging □ torture □ the death penalty □ 11 fine.
How is the Constitution called of the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ Basic Law of Constitution □ □ □ Constitutional Treaty 12 code.
A party in the German Parliament wants to abolish freedom of the press. Is that possible?
□ Yes if there are more than half of the deputies in Parliament.
□ Yes, but two-thirds of deputies in the Parliament have to be.
□ No, because freedom of the press is a fundamental right. She can not be removed.
□ No, because only the Federal Council can abolish the freedom of the press.
13. the Parliament is the term "Opposition" for...
□ the ruling parties.
□ the faction with the most members.
□ all parties who were able to reach the 5% electoral threshold in the last election.
□ all MEPs who do not belong to the ruling party or government parties.
14 freedom of expression in Germany means that I...
□ on flyers can claim incorrect facts.
□ can express my opinions in letters.
□ Nazi symbols may carry.
□ My opinion may say, as long as I do not oppose the Government.
15. what prohibits the German Basic Law?
□ □ Forced military □ free choice of employment □ work abroad 16.
When is freedom of speech in Germany restricted?
□ in the public dissemination of false claims about individuals □ when expressing opinions concerning the Federal Government □ when discussing religions □ in criticism of the State 17.
The German laws prohibit...
□ Freedom of the residents and inhabitants.
□ Petitions of citizens and citizens.
□ Freedom of the residents and inhabitants.
□ unequal treatment of citizens and citizens by the State.
18. what fundamental rights is guaranteed in article 1 of the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany?
The inviolability of human dignity □ □ the right to life □ religious freedom of □ freedom of expression 19.
What is the right of "freedom of movement" in Germany?
□ You must choose his place of residence itself.
□ You can switch his profession.
□ You can opt for any other religion.
□ You cannot move only lightly dressed in public.
20. a party in Germany aims to establish a dictatorship. It is then...
□ tolerant.
□ legal oriented.
□ law-abiding.
□ unconstitutional.
21. What is the coat of arms of the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 22.
What does Germany for a form of Government?
□ Monarchy of □ dictatorship of □ □ of Republic Principality of 23.
In Germany, the most economically active are...
□ employed in small family-owned company.
□ volunteers working for a federal State.
□ self-employed has been working with a company.
□ employed by a company or agency.
24 how many federal States does the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ 14 □ 15 □ 16 □ 17 25.
What is not a State of the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ □ North Rhine-Westphalia Alsace-Lorraine □ Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Sachsen-Anhalt 26 is □ Germany...
□ a Communist Republic.
□ a democratic and social Federal State.
□ a capitalist and social monarchy.
□ a social and Socialist state.
27 Germany is...
□ a socialist State.
□ a federal State.
□ a dictatorship.
□ a monarchy.
28.
Who would choose deputies to the Bundestag in Germany?
□ the military □ the business □ the voting people □ management 29 which animal is the heraldic animal of the Federal Republic of Germany?
Lion of Eagle □ □ □ □ horse 30 bear.
What is not a characteristic of our democracy?
□ regular elections of □ press censorship of freedom of □ □ different parties 31.
It's called the collaboration of parties to form a new Government in Germany...
□ Unit.
□ Coalition.
□ the Ministry.
□ Faction.
32. What is no State power in Germany?
□ □ Government of □ press of □ jurisprudence 33 legislation.
Which statement is correct? In Germany...
□ State and religious communities are separated from each other.
□ the religious communities make up the State.
□ the State depends on the religious communities.
□ State and religious communities form a unit.
34. What is Germany?
□ a democracy □ a rule of law □ a monarchy □ a welfare State 35th which financed the German State social security?
□ Taxes of contributions □ □ □ donations Club contributions 36.
Which measure creates social security in Germany?
□ the health insurance □ car insurance □ building insurance □ the liability insurance of 37.
What are the heads of Government / Regierungschefinnen of the most federal States in Germany called?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister □ □ Senator / Senator Prime Minister / Prime Minister 38.
The Federal Republic of Germany is a democratic and social...
□ State Federation.
□ State.
□ State Union.
□ Central Government.
39. What does each German land?
□ an own Foreign Minister / an own Foreign Minister □ its own currency □ your army □ self-government 40.
What words begins the German national anthem?
□ Peoples hear the signals...
□ Unity and law and freedom...
□ Joy of schöner Götterfunken...
□ Germany agree fatherland...
41. Why is there more than one party in a democracy?
□ because this represented the different opinions of citizens and citizens □ be □ so that bribery in politics is limited to avoid political demonstrations to stimulate 42 □ to economic competition.
Who approves a new law in Germany?
□ Government □ Parliament □ the courts □ police 43.
When can a party be in Germany banned?
□ If her campaign is too expensive □ □ if it fights against the Constitution if she expressed criticism of the head of State □ if their programme proposes a new direction 44. who may not choose as a citizen / citizen in Germany?
□ of the EU Parliament □ □ Landtag President / President of the □ Bundestag parliamentarian 45.
To which insurance is the long-term care insurance one of?
Social □ security of □ accident insurance □ home □ liability and fire insurance 46.
The German Government has many tasks. What is the role include?
□ ER builds roads and schools.
□ ER sold food and clothes.
□ ER supplied free with newspapers all residents and inhabitants.
□ ER produced cars and buses.
47. the German Government has many tasks. What doesn't belong?
□ ER paid for all national holidays.
□ ER pays child support.
□ ER supports museums.
□ ER promotes sportsmen and sportswomen.
48. which organ is not among the constitutional institutions of in Germany?
□ □ the President / the President of the Federal Council □ □ the Government 49 the citizens Assembly.
Who determines the education policy in Germany?
□ the teachers and teachers □ the Länder □ the Ministry for Family Affairs □ 50 universities.
It's called the economic form in Germany...
□ free Central economy.
□ social market economy.
□ guided Central economy.
□ planned economy.
51. does not include a democratic constitutional state that...
□ People can express themselves critically about the Government.
□ Citizens peacefully demonstrating should go.
□ People are arrested by a private police force without reason.
□ someone commits a crime and is arrested.
52. What does "Popular sovereignty"? All power comes from the...
□ People out.
□ Bundestag out.
□ Prussian King out.
□ Federal Constitutional Court out.
53. What does "State of law" in Germany?
□ The State has right.
□ There are only right parties.
□ The citizens and citizens decide on laws.
□ Which State must comply with the laws.
54. What is no State power in Germany?
□ Legislature of □ judiciary of □ Executive of □ Directive 55.
What does this image say?
□ □ the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany the Bundestag seat in Berlin □ the Bundesrat building in Berlin □ the Federal Chancellery in Berlin 56th what Office is in Germany to the municipal administration?
□ Office □ Office □ Tax Office □ Foreign Office 57.
Who will be mostly to the President / elected as the President of the German Bundestag?
□ the / the oldest Member of the Parliament □ the Prime Minister / the Prime Minister of the largest German State □ a former Chancellor / a former Chancellor □ a member / a member of the strongest group of 58.
Who appoints the Ministers / Ministers of the Federal Government in Germany?
□ the President / the President of the Federal Constitutional Court □ President / President of the □ the Bundesrat President / President of the Federal Council □ the Bundestag President / the Bundestag President 59.
Which parties have been in Germany 2007 "The left" to the party?
□ □ CDU SSW PDS and WASG □ CSU and FDP □ Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen and SPD 60.
In Germany the Bundestag and the Bundesrat belong to the...
□ Executive.
□ Legislature.
□ Directive.
□ Judiciary.
61. What does "Popular sovereignty"?
□ The King / Queen reigns over the people.
□ The Constitutional Court stands above the Constitution.
□ The interest groups exert sovereignty together with the Government.
□ State power emanates from the people.
62. when a German Federal State Parliament is elected, it's called...
□ Municipal.
□ State election.
□ European elections.
□ Bundestag election.
63. what not belongs to the Executive branch in Germany?
□ Police □ the courts □ the IRS □ the ministries of 64.
The Federal Republic of Germany is today divided into...
□ four occupation zones.
□ an Eastern State and a Western State.
□ 16 cantons.
□ Federal, State and local authorities.
65. it is not among the tasks of the German Bundestag of...
□ Laws to design.
□ the Federal Government to control.
□ the Chancellor / Chancellor to choose.
□ the Federal Cabinet to make.
66. who wrote the text of the German national anthem?
Friedrich von Schiller □ □ Clemens Brentano □ □ Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben 67 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
What is primarily a task of the Federal States in Germany?
□ □ foreign policy of □ □ education 68 policy defence.
Why the State in Germany controls the school system?
□ because there are only State schools in Germany □ because all pupils and students must have a high school □ because there are several schools in the provinces □ because it his task is 69 according to the basic law.
The Federal Republic of Germany has a three-tier administrative structure. What is the lowest political level the name of?
□ □ district heads of □ Ämter □ district 70 Councillors.
German Federal President Gustav Heinemann is the instrument of appointment to the German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in 1974. What is the functions of the German President of the German Federal President?
□ ER / you leads the Government.
□ ER / you controlled the Government party.
□ ER / selects the Minister / Ministers.
□ ER / you proposes the Chancellor / Chancellor choice.
71. where is the German Chancellor / German Federal Chancellor the most? It is most commonly...
□ in Bonn because there are the Chancellor's Office and the Bundestag.
□ on Schloss Meseberg, the Guest House of the Federal Government, in order to receive State guests.
□ on Bellevue Palace, the residence of official of the President / the President of the Confederation, to receive State guests.
□ in Berlin because there are the Chancellor's Office and the Bundestag.
72. What is the current Chancellor / the current Chancellor of Germany the name of?
□ □ Gerhard Schröder Jürgen Rüttgers □ Klaus Wowereit □ Angela Merkel 73.
The two largest groups in the German Bundestag are currently...
□ CDU/CSU and SPD.
□ The left and Alliance 90 / the Greens.
□ FDP and SPD.
□ The left and FDP.
74. What is the Parliament for all of Germany the name of?
□ Federal Assembly of □ Volkskammer □ □ Bundestag Federal Court 75.
How is Germany's current head of State?
Joachim Gauck □ □ Wolfgang Thierse □ □ Edmund Stoiber 76 Norbert Lammert.
What does the abbreviation CDU in Germany?
□ Christian German Union □ Club German entrepreneur □ □ Christian German environmental protection Christian Democratic Union 77.
What is the Bundeswehr?
□ □ the German police a German port □ a German citizen initiative □ the German army 78.
What does the abbreviation SPD?
□ Socialist Party of Germany □ □ socio-political party of Germany's Social Democratic Party of Germany of □ socio seaweed rights party of Germany 79.
What does the abbreviation of FDP in Germany?
□ Peaceful demonstrative party □ free Germany party democratic party □ □ free democratic party 80. which court in Germany is responsible for the interpretation of the basic law?
□ Oberlandesgericht □ Amtsgericht □ □ Federal Constitutional Court 81.
Who selects the Chancellor the Chancellor in Germany?
□ the Bundesrat □ the Federal Assembly □ the people □ the Bundestag 82.
Who's running the German Federal Cabinet?
□ □ the Bundestag President / President of the Bundestag the Federal President / President of the □ the Bundesrat President / the President of the Federal Council □ of the Chancellor the Chancellor of 83.
Who selects the German Chancellor German Chancellor?
□ the people □ the Federal Assembly □ the Bundestag □ the Federal Government 84.
Which main task is the President of Germany / German Federal President? He / she...
□ ruled the country.
□ develops the laws.
□ represents the country.
□ monitored observance of the laws.
85. who makes the German Bundesrat?
□ the deputies of the Bundestag □ the Ministers and Ministers of the Federal Government □ □ 86 party members of the Government representatives of the Federal States.
Who chooses the President / the President of the Confederation in Germany?
□ the Federal Assembly □ the Bundesrat □ Federal Parliament □ the Bundesverfassungsgericht 87.
Who is the head of State of the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ □ the Chancellor / Chancellor Merkel the Federal President / President of the □ the Bundesrat President / President of the Federal Council □ the Bundestag President / the President of the Bundestag 88.
The parliamentary opposition in the Bundestag.
□ the Government controlled.
□ decides who becomes Federal Minister / Minister.
□ determine who sits in the Federal Council.
□ suggests the leaders / Regierungschefinnen of the countries.
89. What do you call the Association of members of a political party in the Parliament in Germany?
Association of □ □ □ Group of □ opposition 90 elders.
The German Federal States participate in federal legislation through...
□ the Bundesrat.
□ the Federal Assembly.
□ the Bundestag.
□ the Federal Government.
91. in Germany, a change of Government in a federal State can have implications for federal policy. The Government is...
□ difficult, if this changes the majority in the Bundestag.
□ easier, if this new parties in the Federal Council.
□ difficult, if thus the majority in the Bundesrat is changing.
□ light, if it is a rich land.
92. What does the abbreviation CSU in Germany?
□ □ Christian secure Union Christian Süddeutsche Union □ Christian Social Association □ Christian Social Union 93.
The more "second"votes Gets a party in a general election, the...
She can have □ less votes.
□ more direct candidates of the party move into the Parliament.
□ greater is the risk of having to form a coalition.
The party in the Parliament receives □ more seats.
94. at what age can you take part in Germany in the elections to the German Bundestag?
16 □ □ 18 21 □ □ 23 95.
What is true for most children in Germany?
□ □ Education of □ confidentiality of □ religion compulsory elective 96.
What must have every German citizen / each German citizen from the age of 16?
□ □ a passport a passport of □ a social security card □ a licence 97.
What pays you in Germany automatically if it is permanently employed?
□ social security of welfare □ □ □ child support housing 98.
Member of the Bundestag change their group,...
□, they may no longer participate in the sessions of the Parliament.
□ the Government may lose its majority.
The President the President previously must be □ / give their consent.
□ the constituents/voters of these MPs vote again.
99. who pays social insurance in Germany?
All nationals □ only employers / employers 100 □ □ employers / workers □ only employees / workers, employers and workers.
What not belongs to the statutory social insurance?
□ □ the statutory pension insurance the life insurance associations □ the unemployment insurance □ which are long-term care insurance 101. trade unions...
□ Youth.
□ Workers and employees.
□ Pensioners and pension troughs.
□ Employer and employers.
102. What can you will be honoured in the Federal Republic of Germany, if it has provided a special performance on political, economic, cultural, intellectual, or social area? With the...
□ □ Federal Eagle of merit □ Vaterländischer Verdienstorden of □ honorary title "hero of the German Democratic Republic 103.
What is known in Germany as the "Traffic light Coalition"? The cooperation...
□ of the Bundestag groups of the CDU and CSU □ by FDP, SPD and Alliance 90 / the Greens in a Government □ of CSU, the left and Alliance 90 / the Greens in a Government □ of the Bundestag groups of the CDU and SPD 104.
A woman in Germany will lose their jobs. What may be the reason for this dismissal?
□ That's wife long sick and disabled.
□ The woman was often late for work.
□ The wife private stuff is done during working hours.
□ The woman Gets a child and her boss knows that 105.
What is a task of electoral assistants / electoral in Germany?
□ help old people in voting in the polling-booth.
□ You write the choice notifications before the election.
Interim results give □ you to the media.
The votes counted □ you after the end of the election.
106. in Germany, volunteer election monitors and electoral help in the election. What is a task of electoral assistants / electoral?
□ You help select children and old people.
□ You write cards and letters with the indication of the polling station.
Interim results give □ you to journalists.
The votes counted □ you after the end of the election.
107. for how many years is the Bundestag in Germany chosen?
□ 2 years □ □ □ 6 years 8 years 108 4 years.
With a federal election in Germany, everyone must choose...
□ living in the Federal Republic of Germany and would like to select.
□ Citizen / citizen of the Federal Republic of Germany and is at least 18 years old.
□ for at least 3 years in the Federal Republic of Germany lives.
□ Citizen / citizen of the Federal Republic of Germany and is at least 21 years old.
109. how often are there normally Bundestag elections in Germany?
□ every three years □ □ all five years □ all four years all six years of 110.
The Bundestag in Germany will be chosen for how many years?
□ 2 years □ □ □ 4 years 5 years 111 3 years.
In Germany you may choose. What does that mean?
□ All German nationals may choose, if they have reached the age of majority.
□ Only married people can choose.
□ Only those with a fixed job must choose.
□ All residents and inhabitants in Germany must choose.
112. the elections in Germany are...
□ specifically.
□ secret.
□ career.
□ geschlechtsabhängig.
113. elections in Germany the party wins, the...
□ get the most votes.
□ most men majority have chosen.
□ most has received votes for the workers / workers.
□ get the most votes has their subjects for their Chancellor candidate.
114. in democratic elections in Germany to take part is...
□ a duty.
□ a right.
□ a compulsion.
□ a load.
115. what means "right to vote" in Germany?
□ You can be selected.
□ You got to choose.
□ You can choose.
□ You have to go to the counting of the votes.
116. If you vote in a federal election in Germany, which means...
□ Active election campaign.
□ active electoral process.
□ Active election campaign.
□ active right to vote.
117. what percentage of second votes must at least get parties to be elected to the Bundestag in?
□ 3% □ 4% □ 5 □ 6% 118.
What regulates the right to vote in Germany?
□ Who may choose must choose.
□ All the want, can choose.
□ If you do not choose, loses the right to vote.
□ Who must choose, choose.
119. elections in Germany are free. What does that mean?
□ All convicted offenders / offenders may not choose.
□ If I want to vote, must my employer / my employer free give me.
□ Each person can decide freely whether she would like to choose and whom she would choose.
□ I can decide where I want to vote.
120. the electoral system in Germany is a...
□ Census suffrage.
□ Founing.
□ Majority and proportional representation.
□ Universal man suffrage.
121. a party wishes to the German Bundestag. She must have a minimum percentage of votes. That is to say...
□ 5% threshold.
□ Approval limit.
□ Base value.
□ Policy.
122. which principle is subject to elections in Germany? Elections in Germany are...
□ free, equal, secret.
□ Open, safe, free.
□ closed, right, sure.
□ safe, open, voluntarily.
123. What is the "5% hurdle" in Germany?
□ Voting scheme in the Bundestag for small parties of □ presence control in the Bundestag votes □ minimum percentage of votes to enter the Parliament □ presence control in the Bundesrat voting 124.
The election in Germany is the choice...
□ the Chancellor / Chancellor.
□ of the parliaments of the countries.
□ of the Parliament for Germany.
□ of the President / the Federal President.
125. in a democracy is a feature of regular elections...
□ the citizens and citizens to force, their vote to.
□ the will of the majority of voters to allow the change of Government.
□ existing laws to keep in the country.
□ to the poor give more power to.
126. What do get voting citizens and citizens in Germany before an election?
□ a notification of election by the municipality □ a choice permit from the President / the Federal President □ □ a notification by the Federal Assembly a notification from the parish of 127.
Why is there the 5% electoral threshold in the electoral law of the Federal Republic of Germany? There it is, because...
□ the programs of many small parties have much in common.
□ the citizens and citizens from many small parties that can become lost.
□ many small parties that make it difficult to form a Government.
□ the small parties not so much money have to pay politicians and politicians.
128. members of Parliament are elected by citizens, is called...
□ Member.
□ Chancellor / Chancellors.
□ Ambassador / ambassadors.
□ Prime Minister / Minister Presidents.
129. of the people elected will be in Germany...
□ of the Chancellor / Chancellor Merkel.
□ the Prime Minister / the Minister President of Saxony.
□ the Bundestag.
□ the President / the Federal President.
130. which ballots would be valid in a federal election?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4-131.
In Germany a mayor is a mayor...
□ of the Director / Head of school.
□ the boss / the boss of a bank.
□ the head of a municipality.
□ the Chairman of a party.
132. many people in Germany are volunteers in their spare time. What does that mean?
□ You are working as soldiers / soldiers.
□ You are working voluntarily and unpaid in clubs and associations.
□ You are working in the Federal Government.
□ You work in a hospital and earn money here.
133. What is allowed in parliamentary and regional elections in Germany?
□ The husband chooses for his wife with.
□ You can vote by absentee ballot.
□ You can vote by phone on election day.
□ Children from the age of 14 years may choose.
134. one wants to abolish bus line, which you can take to work. What can you do to get the bus line?
□ I participate on a citizens ' initiative for the preservation of the bus line or create yourself an initiative.
□ I will become a member of a sports club and train ride a bicycle.
□ I turn to the IRS, because I have a right on the bus line as a taxpayer / tax payer.
□ I will write a letter to the Forestry Office of the municipality.
135. who represented trade unions in Germany?
□ Large □ small business □ □ self-employed workers and workers 136.
You go in to the Labour Court in Germany...
□ false service charge settlement.
□ wrongful termination due to your boss / your boss.
□ Problems with the neighbours / neighbors.
□ Difficulties after a traffic accident.
137. which court has jurisdiction in cases of conflicts in the world of work in Germany?
□ the family court □ the criminal □ the Labour Court □ Court of 138.
What can I do in Germany, if my employer / my employer wrongly announced me?
□ continue working and friendly to the head / lead Dunning proceedings against the employer / employer to head his □ □ dismissal lawsuit raise □ employer / employer in the police view 139.
When it comes to a trial before court in Germany? If someone...
□ occurs over to another religion.
□ has committed a criminal offence and is charged with.
□ When the Government represents a different opinion.
□ incorrectly parked his car and it will be towed.
140. what makes a juror / a Deputy Mayor in Germany? He / she...
□ decides on guilt and punishment with judges / judges.
□ Citizens citizens are legal advice.
□ issuing certificates.
□ defended the accused / defendant.
141. who advises people on legal issues in Germany and represents them in court?
□ □ a lawyer / a lawyer a judge / a judge □ a juror / a Deputy Mayor □ a Prosecutor / a prosecutor 142.
What is the main task of a judge / a judge in Germany? A judge / a judge...
□ representing citizens before a court.
□ is working on a court and speak sentences.
□ change laws.
□ looked after young people in court.
143. a judge / a judge in Germany belongs to the...
□ Judiciary.
□ Executive.
□ Operational.
□ Legislature.
144. a judge / a judge heard in Germany to the...
□ Executive power.
□ Judiciary.
□ planning violence.
□ legislative power.
145. in Germany, State power is divided. A judge / a judge works for which State violence? For the...
□ Judiciary □ 146 Executive □ press of □ legislature.
What do you call a procedure in a court in Germany?
□ Program of procedure □ □ □ Protocol process 147.
What is the work of a judge / a judge in Germany?
□ Germany govern □ legal talk □ plans create □ laws enacted 148.
What is a role of the police in Germany?
To defend the country □ □ the citizens and listen to citizens □ the laws to adopt the compliance of laws to monitor 149 □.
Who can Court jury / Court Deputy Mayor in Germany be?
□ all residents born in Germany / inhabitants over 18 years older than 24 □ all German nationals and anyone younger than 70 years □, □ only persons with a completed legal studies 150 living for at least 5 years in Germany.
A court magistrate / a Court Deputy Mayor in Germany is...
□ of the Deputy / Deputy Head of the city.
□ a volunteer judge / volunteer judge.
□ a member of a Municipal Council.
□ a person who has studied law.
151. who built the Berlin wall?
□ UK □ the GDR □ the Federal Republic of Germany □ the United States 152.
When were the Nazis with Adolf Hitler in Germany in power?
□ □ □ 1932 to 1950 1918 to 1923 1933 to 1945 1945 to 1989 □ 153.
What was on May 8, 1945?
□ at the end of the second world war in Europe 154 □ death Adolf Hitler □ beginning the building of the Berlin wall □ choice of Konrad Adenauer as Federal Chancellor.
When did the second world war to end?
1933 □ □ □ IN 1945 1949 □ 1961 155.
When were the Nazis in Germany in power?
□ □ □ 1921 to 1934 1888 to 1918 1933 to 1945 □ 156 1949 to 1963.
In what year was Hitler Chancellor of the Reich?
1923 □ □ □ IN 1927 1933 □ 1936 157.
The Nazis built with Adolf Hitler in 1933 in Germany...
□ a dictatorship.
□ a democratic State.
□ a monarchy.
□ a Principality.
158. the "Third Reich" was a...
□ Dictatorship.
□ Democracy.
□ Monarchy.
□ Soviet Republic.
159. what didn't exist in Germany during the Nazi era?
□ free elections of □ press censorship □ arbitrary arrests □ persecution of Jews 160. what war lasted from 1939 to 1945?
□ □ the second world war the first world war □ □ the Gulf war 161 of the Viet Nam war.
What characterized the NAZI State? A policy...
□ State racism □ freedom □ □ of the development of democracy of 162. Claus Schenk, General religious freedom Graf von Stauffenberg is most famous for...
□ □ the Reichstag building a gold medal at the 1936 Summer Olympics.
□ the structure of the Wehrmacht.
□ the assassination attempt on Hitler on July 20 1944 163.
The Nazis destroyed synagogues and Jewish businesses in Germany in what year?
1925 □ □ 1930 □ 1938 □ 1945 164.
What happened in Germany on November 9, 1938?
□ the second world war begins with the invasion of Poland.
□ The Nazis lose an election and dissolve the Reichstag.
□ Jewish shops and synagogues be destroyed by Nazis and their supporters.
□ Hitler is President and can prohibit all parties.
165. How was the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany?
□ □ Kurt Georg Kiesinger Konrad Adenauer □ □ Willy Brandt 166 Helmut Schmidt.
In which demonstrations in Germany called the people "We are the people"?
□ When the workers uprising in 1953 in the GDR □ during the demonstrations in 1968 in the Federal Republic of Germany □ in the anti-nuclear protests in 1985 in the Federal Republic of Germany □ at the Monday demonstrations in 1989 in East Germany 167.
Which countries were referred to as "Allied occupation forces" after the second world war in Germany?
France □ □ Soviet Union, United Kingdom, Poland, Sweden, which country was the Soviet Union, Italy, Japan □ United States, Soviet Union, Spain, Portugal □ United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, France 168. no "Allied occupation" in Germany?
United States of USSR □ □ □ □ Japan 169 France.
When founded in the Federal Republic of Germany?
1939 □ □ □ IN 1945 1949 □ 1951 170.
What were there during the time of national socialism in Germany?
□ □ the prohibition of parties the right to the free development of the personality of □ press freedom □ protection of human dignity 171. social market economy means, the economy...
□ controls are solely according to supply and demand.
□ is planned by the State and controlled, supply and demand are not taken into account.
□ depends on the demand from abroad.
□ depends on supply and demand, but the State provides for a social balance.
172. in which zone was East Germany founded in? In the...
□ American zone □ French occupation zone □ □ British occupation zone Soviet occupation zone 173.
The Federal Republic of Germany is a founding member...
□ of the North Atlantic Treaty (NATO).
□ of the United Nations (UN).
□ the European Union (EU).
□ of the Warsaw Pact.
174. when founded in the GDR?
1947 □ □ □ IN 1949 1953 □ 1956 175.
How many zones are there in Germany after the second world war?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 176.
How were the occupation zones in Germany after 1945 spread?
□ = 1 United Kingdom, Soviet Union = 2, = 3 France, 4 = □ United States = 1 Soviet Union, 2 = UK = United States 3, 4 = □ France = 1 United Kingdom, Soviet Union = 2, = United States 3, 4 = □ France
1 = UK, = United States 2, 3 = Soviet Union, 4 France = 177.
After the second world war, which German city was divided into four sectors?
□ Munich □ □ Berlin Dresden □ Frankfurt/Oder 178.
From June 1948 until May 1949 the citizens and citizens of West Berlin were supplied by an airlift. What was responsible for this?
□ For France, a supply of West Berlin was more cost effective population with the aircraft.
□ The American soldiers / soldiers fear of raids had in land transport.
□ For the United Kingdom, the supply of the air bridge was faster.
□ The Soviet Union stopped all traffic on the country roads.
179. as officially ended the second world war in Europe?
□ with the death of Adolf Hitler's □ by the unconditional surrender of Germany □ with the withdrawal of the Germans from the occupied territories □ by a revolution in Germany 180.
The first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany was...
□ Ludwig Erhard.
□ Willy Brandt.
□ Konrad Adenauer.
□ Gerhard Schröder.
181. what was Willy Brandt with his knees in 1970 in the former Jewish ghetto in Warsaw express?
□ ER has subjected the former allies.
□ ER asked Poland and the Polish Jews for forgiveness.
□ ER showed his humility before the Warsaw Pact.
□ ER said a prayer at the tomb of the unknown soldier.
182. the parties were United in 1946 forced to the SED, the Unity Party of the later German Democratic Republic?
□ KPD and SPD □ SPD and CDU □ CDU and FDP □ KPD and CSU 183.
When was's "economic miracle" in the Federal Republic of Germany?
40s □ □ this 50s □ 70 years in □ 80s 184.
What called people in Germany a long time "hour zero '?
□ Thus refers to the time after the political change in 1989.
□ It was referred to the beginning of the second world war.
□ Including understood the end of the second world war and the beginning of reconstruction.
□ This hour is, where the clock is switched from daylight saving time to winter time.
185. what was the term "Iron curtain"? For the foreclosure...
□ of the Warsaw Pact against the West of □ Northern Germany against South Germany of □ Nazi Germany of against the allies □ Europe against the United States 186.
In 1953, there was an uprising, the long time in the Federal Republic of Germany recalled a holiday in the GDR. When was that?
□ 1 May 17th of June □ □ July 20 □ November 9 187. which German State had a black flag with hammer, compass and wheat wreath?
☐ ☐ Federal Republic of Germany Prussia ☐ "Third Reich" ☐ DDR 188.
In what year was the Berlin wall built?
1953 □ □ □ IN 1956 1959 □ 1961 189.
When East Germany built the Berlin wall?
1919 □ □ □ IN 1933 1961 □ 1990 190.
What does the abbreviation DDR?
Third German broadcasting □ □ the German Republic □ third German Republic □ German Democratic Republic 191.
When the Berlin wall opened for all?
□ □ 1987 1989 □ 1992 □ 1995 192. what today's German Federal State belonged formerly to the GDR?
□ Brandenburg of Bavaria □ □ □ Hesse 193 Saarland.
From 1961 to 1989, Berlin was...
□ No Mayor.
□ a separate State.
□ divided by a wall.
□ can be reached only by plane.
194. on 3 October, it celebrates the day of the Germans in Germany...
□ Unit.
□ Nation.
□ Federal States.
□ Cities.
195. what today's German Federal land formerly belonged to the GDR?
□ □ Saxony-Anhalt Hesse □ North Rhine-Westphalia □ Saarland 196.
Why do they call 'The turn' time in the autumn of 1989 in East Germany? During this time, the GDR changed politically...
□ from dictatorship to democracy.
□ by a liberal market economy to socialism.
□ from a monarchy to social democracy.
□ by a religious State and a Communist country.
197. what today's German Federal land formerly belonged to the GDR?
□ □ Hesse of □ Bavaria Thuringia □ Bremen 198. what today's German Federal State belonged formerly to the GDR?
Baden-Württemberg 199 □ □ Bavaria of □ □ Saxony Lower Saxony, Germany.
The abbreviation "Stasi", you meant in the GDR...
□ the Parliament.
□ the Ministry of State security.
□ a ruling party.
□ the Ministry of national education.
200th which today's German Federal land formerly belonged to the GDR?
□ Hesse □ Schleswig-Holstein Mecklenburg □ □ Saarland 201.
Which of the following collections contains only federal States that belonged to the territory of the former German Democratic Republic?
□ Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Hessen, Schleswig-Holstein, Brandenburg □ Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Brandenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia □ Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Thuringia, Saxony □ Saxony, Thuringia, Hesse, Lower Saxony, Brandenburg 202.
Who was the GDR in the "cold war" part of?
□ for the Western powers □ to the Warsaw Pact □ NATO □ to the non-aligned States 203.
What is the economic system of the GDR?
□ market economy of □ planned □ □ supply and demand capitalism 204.
How did the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic became a State?
□ The Federal Republic of Germany has occupied East Germany.
□ The today's five eastern provinces have joined the Federal Republic of Germany.
□ The Western provinces have joined the German Democratic Republic.
□ East Germany has occupied the Federal Republic of Germany.
205. with the accession of the GDR to the Federal Republic of Germany, the new Länder are now...
□ to the European Union.
□ to the Warsaw Pact.
□ to OPEC.
□ of the European defence community.
206. What did the word "Monday demonstration" in 1989 in Germany?
□ In the Federal Republic, demonstrations were allowed only on Monday.
□ Monday demonstrations against the GDR regime were.
□ On the first Monday in the month demonstrators met in the Federal Republic of Germany.
□ Monday you demonstrated in the East against the West.
207. what military alliance also served in East Germany?
□ in NATO □ in the Confederation of the Rhine □ in the Warsaw Pact □ in 208 Europe Alliance.
What was the "Stasi"?
□ the secret service in the "Third Reich" □ a famous German Memorial □ the intelligence service of the GDR □ a German football during the second world war 209 which was the coat of arms of the German Democratic Republic?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 210.
What occurred on the 17th of June 1953 in the GDR?
□ □ nationwide strikes and a popular uprising of the ceremonial accession to the Warsaw Pact □ the SED - party day 1 □ the first visit to Fidel of Castro's 211. what politician is for the "East"contracts?
Helmut Kohl □ □ Willy Brandt Mikhail Gorbachev □ □ Ludwig Erhard 212.
How is Germany with its full name?
□ □ State Germany of □ □ Federal Republic Germany Germany Länder Germany 213 Federal District.
How many inhabitants does Germany have?
□ 70 million □ 78 million □ 82 million □ 90 million 214.
What colors does the German flag?
□ schwarz-rot-gold □ red white black □ Black Red Green □ Black-yellow-red 215.
Who is called the "Chancellor of German unity"?
Gerhard Schröder □ Helmut Kohl □ □ □ Helmut Schmidt 216. which symbol is seen in the plenary Chamber of the German Bundestag Konrad Adenauer?
☐ ☐ the flag of the city of Berlin ☐ of the Imperial Eagle of the Federal Eagle ☐ 217 Crown.
In what period of time there was the German Democratic Republic (GDR)?
□ 1919 to 1927 □ □ 1933 to 1945 1945 to 1961 □ 218 1949 until 1990.
How many federal States were added in 1990 to the Federal Republic of Germany at the reunion?
□ 4 □ 5 □ 6 □ 7 219.
The Federal Republic of Germany has the limits today since...
□ 1933 1949 □ □ 1971 □ 1990 220.
27 January is an official remembrance day in Germany. What does this day?
□ at the end of the second world war □ on the adoption of the basic law □ the reunification □ is Germany member of the Schengen agreement to the victims of national socialism 221.. What does that mean?
□ German can travel in many countries of Europe without passport control.
□ All people to travel without checks on persons in Germany.
□ Germans to travel without passport control in each country.
□ Germans can pay in each country with the euro.
222. which country is a neighbor country of Germany?
□ □ Portugal Hungary □ Spain of □ Switzerland 223. which country is a neighbor country of Germany?
□ □ Bulgaria of □ Poland Romania □ Greece 224.
What does the abbreviation EU?
□ European companies EU □ □ □ single Union Euro Union 225.
In which other country there is a large German-speaking population?
□ □ Norway Czech Republic Spain □ □ Austria 226.
What is the flag of the European Union?
① ② ③ ④ ☐ 1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐ 4 227. which country is a neighbor country of Germany?
□ Finland □ □ Denmark Norway □ Sweden 228.
What is the accession of the GDR to the Federal Republic of Germany called General in 1990?
□ □ EU enlargement NATO enlargement □ German reunification □ European Community 229. which country is a neighbor country of Germany?
□ □ Bulgaria Spain Norway □ □ Luxembourg 230.
The European Parliament is regularly elected, namely all...
□ 5 years.
□ 6 years.
□ 7 years.
□ 8 years.
231. What is meant by 'European integration'?
□ American immigrants in Europe are meant.
□ The term Europe thinks the immigration stop.
□ So are European expatriates in the United States.
□ The term to the EU European thinks the merger.
232. who is chosen for the European elections?
□ □ the countries that may join the EU the European Commission □ members of European Parliament □ the European Constitution 233 which country is a neighbor country of Germany?
Greece Czech Republic Bulgaria □ □ □ □ Portugal 234. where is the headquarters of the European Parliament?
□ □ Paris □ Berlin London □ Strasbourg 235.
French President François Mitterrand and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl Memorial in Verdun in the dead of both world wars. Which target the European Union becomes clear at this meeting?
Uniform holidays in countries of the EU of 236 □ □ friendship between England and Germany of □ freedom of travel to all countries of the EU □ peace and security in the countries of the EU.
How many Member States, the EU has today?
21 □ □ □ 23 25 27 2007 was □ 237. celebrated the 50th anniversary of the "Treaty of Rome". What was the content of the treaties?
□ Germany's accession to NATO □ founding of the European Economic Community (EEC) □ obligation of Germany's reparations of □ definition of the oder-Neiße line as the eastern border of 238.
At which locations does the European Parliament?
□ Paris, London and the Hague □ Strasbourg, Luxembourg and Brussels □ Rome, Berne and Vienna □ Bonn, Zurich and Milan 239.
By which contract joined the Federal Republic of Germany with other States to the European Economic Community?
□ the "Hamburg treaties" □ by the "Treaty of Rome" □ □ by the "Paris agreements" by the "London Treaty" 240.
Since when paid is in Germany with the euro in cash?
□ □ 2005 241. Mrs Seger 1995 □ 1998 □ 2002 Gets a child. What to do, to get parents money?
□ must write to their health insurance.
□ She must submit an application to the parents money unit.
□ She have to do nothing, because she automatically receives the parental benefit.
□ the employment office must ask permission.
242. who decides whether a child in Germany goes to kindergarten?
□ the State □ the Länder □ parents / the guardian □ schools 243. Maik and Sybille want to hold a demonstration on the road with friends on their German place of residence. What do you do before?
□ You must login to the demonstration.
□ You need to do anything. You must demonstrate at any time anywhere in Germany.
□ You can do nothing, because demonstrations are generally forbidden in Germany.
□ Maik and Sybille must establish a new Club because only clubs must demonstrate.
244. what school are usually needed to begin a course of study at a University in Germany?
□ School □ a degree □ the procuration □ a journeyman's examination of 245.
Who may not live together as a couple in Germany?
□ Hans (20 years) and Marie (19 years) □ Tom (20 years) and Klaus (45 years) □ Sofie (35 years) and Lisa (40 years) □ Anne (13 years) and Tim (25 years) 246.
At what age is it legal age in Germany?
16 □ □ 18 19 □ □ 21-247.
A woman is pregnant. It is just before and especially protected by law after the birth of her child. How is this protection?
Parental leave □ □ □ □ birth maternity puerperium 248.
The education of children is above all the responsibility in Germany...
□ of the State.
□ Parents.
□ the grandparents.
□ the schools.
249. who is mainly responsible for the education of children in Germany?
□ the State □ parents □ relatives □ 250 schools.
In Germany, you have the best chances for a well-paid job, if you can...
□ Catholic is.
□ well trained is.
□ is a woman.
□ Member of a party is.
251. when one hits a child in Germany,...
□ that's anyone.
□ that's just the family.
□ You can be punished for it.
□ You can be punished for it.
252. in Germany...
□ We can be married at the same time only with a partner a partner.
□ You can have multiple spouses / spouses at the same time.
□ You may not remarry, if you was married once.
□ a woman may not remarry, if her husband died.
253. where must you log on, if you move to Germany?
□ at the registration office □ at the Registry Office □ at the Ordnungsamt □ at the commercial Office of 254.
In Germany, married couples may get divorced. Usually they have to comply the "year of separation" to do so. What does that mean?
□ The divorce proceeding lasts one year.
□ Man and woman are married for one year, then divorce is possible.
□ The visitation rights for the children is one year.
□ Men and women lead their own lives separately at least a year. After the divorce is possible.
255. in the case of education problems, parents in Germany can get help from the...
□ Public Affairs Office.
□ School Board.
□ Youth Welfare Office.
□ Health Department.
256. a married couple would like to open a restaurant in Germany. What does it take to be sure?
□ □ a permission from the police a permit of a party □ □ a restaurant permit issued by the competent authority of 257 a permission of the Einwohnermeldeamts.
A grown woman would do his Abitur in Germany. She can in...
□ a college.
□ an evening high school.
□ a Hauptschule.
□ a private University.
258. what must the Jugendamt in Germany?
□ ES decides what school visited the child.
□ ES can take a child who is beaten or must go hungry, from the family.
□ ES paid child benefit to parents.
□ ES controls whether the child visited a kindergarten.
259. the vocational information center bis to the Federal Agency for work in Germany helps...
□ Pension calculation.
□ Apprenticeship search.
□ Tax return.
□ medical insurance.
260. in Germany has a child at school...
□ Right to unlimited leisure.
□ Freedom of choice for all subjects.
□ Entitled to tuition fees.
□ Presence mandatory.
261. a man would do his Abitur with 30 years in Germany. Where can he do this? On...
□ □ □ of a □ of a 262 University School night school a college.
What does mean in Germany of the principle of equal treatment?
□ no man may be disadvantaged for example due to a disability.
□ You can discriminate against others if there are sufficient personal reasons.
□ Nobody can complain against persons, if they were at a disadvantage.
□ There is law, annually to donate money to disadvantaged groups for all.
263. in Germany, young people aged 14 and above are strafmündig. This means: young people, the 14 years and older are and violate penal laws,...
□ be punished.
□ are treated like adults.
□ the penalty to share with their parents.
□ are not punished.
264. people in Germany bear the colorful costumes and masks for what fixed?
□ on Rosenmontag □ on the may day □ at the Oktoberfest □ on Pentecost 265. where to proceed first in Germany, if you want to marry?
□ to the registration office □ to the Public Affairs Office □ to the employment agency □ to the Registry Office of 266.
When will the legal night rest in Germany?
□ When the sun goes down □ if the neighbors sleep □ get 0 clock, midnight □ at 22: 00 267.
A young woman in Germany, 22 years old, lives with her boyfriend. The wife's parents find not good, because the friend does not like them. What can parents do?
□ You have to respect the decision of the adult daughter.
□ You will have the right to bring back the daughter in the parental home.
□ You can go to the police and show the daughter.
□ You are looking for another man for the daughter.
268. a young woman wants to make the driver's license. She's afraid of the test, because their second language is German. What is correct?
□ She must live at least ten years in Germany, before she can make the driving licence.
□ If you can not German, you may have a driver's license.
□ She must make the driving licence in the country where your language is spoken.
□ Maybe do the theory test in their native language. There are more than ten languages to choose from.
269. in Germany, children from the age of three up to the initial enrolment are entitled...
□ monthly pocket money.
□ a place in a sports club.
□ a nursery place.
□ a holiday pass.
270. the adult education in Germany is an institution...
□ for religious education.
□ only for young people.
□ for further training.
□ only for retirees and pensioners.
271. What is a Christmas tradition in Germany?
Hide □ □ colorful eggs a Christmas tree decorating □ with masks and costumes dress □ pumpkins at the door make 272.
What life form is not allowed in Germany?
□ Husband and wife are divorced and living with new partners.
□ Two women living together.
□ a single father living with his two children.
□ a man is married to two women at the same time.
273. in education problems go in Germany...
□ to the doctor / to the doctor.
□ the Health Department.
□ to the registration office.
□ to the Youth Welfare Office.
274. you have deliberately opened a letter in Germany that is addressed to someone else. What have you noticed?
□ the right to silence □ the letter secret □ the secrecy □ 275 freedom of expression.
What you need in Germany for a divorce?
□ □ a certificate of a physician / a doctor the parental consent □ □ support a lawyer / a lawyer 276 the consent of children.
What should you do if you are treated badly by your contact / your contact in a German authority?
□ I can do nothing.
□ I have this treatment for me.
□ I threaten the person.
□ I can me when the Chief Executive / complain to the crimes.
277. a woman who has a two-year child in Germany, which has a point. What is an example of discrimination? She doesn't get the job only therefore, because they...
□ non-English speaking.
□ high salary has.
□ no experience in this profession has.
□ Mother is.
278.
A man in a wheelchair has applied for a job as an accountant. What is an example of discrimination? He doesn't get the job only for this reason, because he...
□ seated in a wheelchair.
□ no experience has.
□ high salary has.
□ non-English speaking.
279. in the most tenement-houses in Germany, there is a "House rules". What is in a such a "House rules"? She calls...
□ Rules for the use of public transport.
□ all tenants and tenants in the House.
□ Rules to which all inhabitants and residents must adhere.
□ the address of the next order Office.
280. If you want to defend against a false tax statement in Germany, you must...
□ do nothing.
□ throw out the ruling.
□ Opposition insert.
□ wait until a different decision.
281. two friends want to go to a public swimming pool in Germany. Both have a dark skin color and therefore are not allowed into. Which law is violated in this situation? The law on...
German nationals/citizens take over what volunteering □ □ equal treatment of □ □ 282. freedom of movement freedom freedom, if you are prompted to do so?
□ Club coaches/Club coach of □ □ library supervision of □ teaching 283 volunteers/Wahlhelferin.
What do you do if you get a wrong statement by a German public authority?
□ I leave the Bill.
□ I put in opposition to the authorities.
□ I send back the Bill to the authority.
□ I'm going with the invoice to the tax office.
284. what you must be able to work, changes in the future very quickly. What can you do?
□ It is no matter what you learn.
□ Adults need to learn more and more even after the training.
□ Children learn everything that is important in the profession at the school. You must not continue to learn after school.
□ All must past stop working, because everything changes.
285. Mrs Frost works as a full-time employee in an Office. What must pay it by their content?
PAYE □ □ contributions to unemployment insurance of □ contributions to pension and health insurance of □ VAT 286.
What organization in a company helps workers and workers in problems with the employer the employer?
□ □ of the Auditors Works Council / the Betriebsprüferin □ □ 287 operational management of the operations group.
You want to end your employment at a company in Germany. What do you consider?
□ Salary payments □ working time □ the notice □ 288 insurance duty.
At which Office do you sign usually his dog in Germany?
□ at the tax office □ at the registration office □ in the municipality (city or town) □ the Health Office of 289.
A man with dark skin, which has a job as a waiter in a restaurant in Germany. What is an example of discrimination? He doesn't get the point only why, because...
□ his German skills are too low.
□ He high salary has.
□ He has a dark skin.
□ He has no experience in the profession.
290. you have bought a TV in Germany. Home unpack the TV, but it's not working. The TV is broken. What can you do?
□ an ad write □ television □ the device without asking □ which extend warranty replace complain about 291.
Why must one write in Germany the tax, whether you belong to a church or not? Because...
□ a church there, which is linked to income and payroll tax.
□ that's important for the statistics in Germany.
□ You must pay more in taxes, if it does not belong to a church.
□ the Church is responsible for the tax return.
292 people in Germany are living according to the principle of religious tolerance. What does that mean?
□ ES no mosques may be built.
□ All people of faith.
□ Everyone can believe whatever he wants.
□ The State decides in which God people believe.
293. What is a custom in Germany at Easter?
□, □ pumpkins before the door make a Christmas tree decorate eggs □ □ rockets into the air paint shoot 294. is Pentecost a...
□ Christian holiday.
□ German remembrance day.
□ international day of mourning.
□ Bavarian custom.
295. what religion has influenced the German and European culture?
□ Hinduism □ Christianity □ Buddhism □ Islam 296.
In Germany it is called the last four weeks before Christmas...
□ the repentance and repentance.
□ the Thanksgiving.
□ the advent season.
□ All Saints.
297. in which country are the most migrants / immigrants come to Germany?
□ Italy of Poland □ □ □ Turkey 298 Morocco.
In the GDR, especially migrants lived in...
□ Viet Nam, Poland, Mozambique.
□ France, Romania, Somalia.
□ Chile, Hungary, Zimbabwe.
□ North Korea, Mexico and Egypt.
299. it was called foreign workers and workers who were recruited by the Federal Republic of Germany in the 50's and 60's...
□ Undocumented workers / Schwarzarbeiterinnen □ foreign workers / migrant workers □ temporary workers / temporary workers □ shift worker / Schichtarbeiterinnen 300.
From which country the first migrant workers / migrant workers came to Germany?
□ Italy □ □ Spain Portugal □ Turkey part II questions for the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg 1 which coat of arms is one of Baden-Württemberg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Baden-Württemberg?
Neckar-Odenwald-Kreis □ Nordfriesland □ Altötting 3 □ □ Demmin.
Is the Landtag of Baden-Württemberg selected for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Baden-Württemberg in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Baden-Württemberg?
□ □ blue white red black gold blue white □ green white red □ 6 where can you check in Baden-Württemberg on political issues?
□ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ at the Consumer Council □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ the 7 churches.
The State capital of Baden-Württemberg is called...
□ Heidelberg.
□ Stuttgart.
□ Karlsruhe.
□ Mannheim.
8. what state is Baden-Württemberg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Baden-Württemberg?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of the Baden-Württemberg has not?
□ Finance Minister Finance Minister □ Attorney General / Minister of Justice □ Interior Minister Interior Minister □ Foreign Minister / Secretary of State part II questions for the Federal State of Bavaria 1 which coat of arms belongs to the free State of Bavaria?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Bavaria?
Rhein-Sieg-Kreis □ Nordfriesland □ Altötting 3 □ □ Prignitz.
Is the Landtag of Bavaria chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Bavaria in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the flag of Bavaria?
□ blue white red □ white blue □ green white red □ black yellow 6 where you can check in Bavaria on political issues?
□ at the Ordnungsamt of municipality □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the consumer Center □ the Church 7.
The capital of Bavaria is...
□ Ingolstadt.
□ Regensburg.
□ Nuremberg.
□ Munich.
8. what state is Bavaria?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Bavaria?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of what Bavaria has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Berlin 1 which coat of arms belongs to the Federal State of Berlin?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district of Berlin?
□ □ □ Pankow □ Demmin 3 Prignitz, in Altona.
For how many years is the land Parliament in Berlin chosen?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age may choose in Berlin in elections (the beginning Assembly election)?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the flag of Berlin?
Where can you check the □ □ blue white red □ white red □ green white red black gold 6 in Berlin about political issues?
□ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ the churches □ at the Consumer Council □ where State agency which State is a city-State for civic education 7?
□ □ Saarland Berlin □ Berlin Brandenburg □ Hesse 8 which is federal land?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the Chief Executive / Head of the Government of the city-state of Berlin?
□ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Lord Mayor □ President / President of the Senate of □ Mayor / ruling Mayor 10 what Senator / what Senator Berlin has not?
□ Financial Senator / finance Senator □ Interior Senator / Interior Senator □ □ Senator / Senator for external relations justice Senator / justice Senator part II questions for the Federal State of Brandenburg 1 which coat of arms belongs to the Federal State of Brandenburg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Brandenburg, Germany?
Rhein-Sieg-Kreis district of Vogtlandkreis □, □ Amberg-Sulzbach 2 □ □ Prignitz.
Is the Landtag of Brandenburg chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age may choose in Brandenburg in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Brandenburg?
□ blue white red □ red white □ green white red □ black yellow 6 where you can check in Brandenburg on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the consumer Center 7.
The city of Brandenburg is called...
□ Potsdam.
□ Cottbus.
□ Brandenburg.
□ Frankfurt / Oder.
8. what state is Brandenburg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Brandenburg?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of Brandenburg did not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Bremen 1 which coat of arms belongs to the free Hanseatic City of Bremen?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a suburb of Bremen?
□ □ Hemelingen Altona □ □ Babelsberg 3 Pankow.
For how many years will the land Bremen elected to?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Bremen elections on citizenship (Landtag)?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Bremen?
Where can you check the □ □ blue white red □ red white □ green white red black gold 6 in Bremen on political issues?
□ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ at churches of □ at the consumer Center 7.
What is a German city-State?
□ Bremen □ Munich Frankfurt □ □ Erfurt 8 which is Federal Land Bremen?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the Chief Executive / Head of the Government of the city-state of Bremen?
□ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of Mayor □ / first mayor □ President / President of the Senate of □ Mayor / ruling Mayor 10 what Senator / what Senator Bremen has not?
□ Senator / Senator for external relations □ Finance Minister / finance Senator □ justice Senator / justice Senator □ Interior Senator / Interior Senator part II questions for the Federal State of Hamburg 1 which coat of arms belongs to the free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district of Hamburg?
□ □ Hemelingen Altona □ □ Demmin 3 Pankow.
For how many years will the land in Hamburg elected?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Hamburg in municipal elections (election of district assemblies)?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Hamburg?
□ blue white red □ white red □ green white red □ black yellow 6 where you can check in Hamburg on political issues?
□ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ at the Consumer Council □ the churches □ at the Landeszentrale für politische Bildung 7 which is federal land a city-State?
□ □ Saxony of □ Bavaria Hamburg 8 □ Thuringia which State is Hamburg?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the Chief Executive / Head of the Government of the city-state of Hamburg?
□ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of Mayor □ / first mayor of □ reigning ruling Senator of □ Mayor, Senator / Mayor 10 what Senator / what Senator Hamburg has not?
□ Justice Senator / justice Senator □ □ Senator / Senator foreign relations Finance Minister / finance Senator □ Interior Senator / Interior Senator part II questions for the Federal State of Hessen 1 which coat of arms belongs to the land of Hessen?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Hesse?
Main-Taunus-Kreis 3 □ □ Ammerland □ Altötting of □ Prignitz.
Is the Landtag in Hesse chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age may choose in Hesse in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Hesse?
Blue white red □ red white □ □ black gold green white red □ 6 where can you check in Hesse on political issues?
□ the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the Consumer Council □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ 7 in the churches.
The State capital of Hesse is called...
□ Kassel.
□ Darmstadt.
□ Frankfurt.
□ Wiesbaden.
8. what state is Hesse?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Hesse?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of what Hesse does not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania 1 which coat of arms belongs to the Federal State of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania?
1 2 3 4 1 □ □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania?
□ Prignitz □ Demmin Vogtlandkreis □, □ Rhein-Sieg-Kreis 3.
Is the Landtag in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern?
Blue white yellow red □ green white red □ black yellow black-red-gold □ □ 6 where can you check in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on political issues?
□ the Landeszentrale for political education □ the churches □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ 7 at the consumer Center.
The State capital of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is called...
□ Greifswald.
□ Schwerin.
□ Rostock.
□ Wismar.
8. what state is Mecklenburg-Vorpommern?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Lower Saxony 1 which coat of arms belongs to Lower Saxony?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Lower Saxony, Germany?
□ Ammerland □ Rhein-Sieg-Kreis Nordfriesland □ □ Vogtlandkreis District 3.
Is the Landtag of Lower Saxony chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age may choose in Lower Saxony in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the flag of Lower Saxony?
Black Yellow □ blue white red white blue □ □ schwarz-rot-gold □ 6 where can you check the in Lower Saxony on political issues?
□ the Coordinator of political education in the Ministry of □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ the consumer □ the 7 churches.
The capital of Lower Saxony is called...
□ Hanover.
□ Braunschweig.
□ Wolfsburg.
□ Osnabrück.
8. what state is lower Saxony?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Lower Saxony?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of Lower Saxony has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia 1 which coat of arms belongs to the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in North Rhine-Westphalia?
□ Ammerland □ Rhein-Sieg-Kreis Nordfriesland □ □ Vogtlandkreis District 3.
Is the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in North Rhine-Westphalia in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the flag of North Rhine-Westphalia?
Red white □ green white red □ □ black gold blue white red □ 6 where can you check the North Rhine-Westphalia on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ □ at the consumer at the Landeszentrale for political education 7.
The State capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is called...
□ Cologne.
□ Bonn.
□ Düsseldorf.
□ Dortmund.
8. what state is North Rhine-Westphalia?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in North Rhine-Westphalia?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate 1 which coat of arms belongs to the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Rhineland-Palatinate?
Emsland □ Prignitz 3 □ □ □ Altötting Westerwaldkreis.
Is the Landtag of Rhineland-Palatinate chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Rhineland-Palatinate in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
The flag of Rhineland-Palatinate has what colors?
Black yellow □ green white red white red □ □ schwarz-rot-gold □ 6 where can refer to Rhineland-Palatinate on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Consumer Council □ at the Ordnungsamt of municipality □ at the Landeszentrale for political education 7.
The State capital of Rhineland-Palatinate is called...
□ Mainz.
□ Kaiserslautern.
□ Ludwigshafen.
□ Koblenz.
8. what state is Rhineland-Palatinate?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the Chief Executive / Head of the Government in Rhineland?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of the Rhineland-Palatinate has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State Saarland 1 which coat of arms belongs to the State of Saarland?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2.
What is a district in the Saarland?
□ District of Altötting □ □ □ Rhein-Sieg-Kreis 3 Neunkirchen.
Is the Landtag of Saarland chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in the Saarland in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
The flag of Saarland has what colors?
Black yellow □ green white red white blue □ □ schwarz-rot-gold □ 6 where can you check in the Saarland on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ □ at the consumer at the Ordnungsamt municipality 7.
The State capital of the Saarland is called...
□ Neunkirchen.
□ Homburg.
□ Saarbrücken.
□ Völklingen.
8. what state is the Saarland?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the leader of the Saarland?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of the Saarland did not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Saxony 1 which coat of arms belongs to the free State of Saxony?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Saxony?
Vogtland Altötting □ □ □ □ Nordfriesland 3 Uckermark.
Is the Landtag in Saxony chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Saxony in elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Saxony?
□ blue white red □ white green □ green white red □ black yellow 6 where you can check in Saxony on political issues?
□ the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ the churches □ at the consumer Center 7.
The State capital of Saxony is called...
□ Leipzig.
□ Dresden.
□ Chemnitz.
□ Zwickau.
8. what state is Saxony?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Saxony?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of Saxony did not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Saxony-Anhalt 1 which coat of arms belongs to Saxony-Anhalt?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Saxony-Anhalt?
Ammerland of Altötting □ □ □ Uckermark □ Börde District 3.
Is the Landtag in Saxony-Anhalt chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Saxony-Anhalt in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Saxony-Anhalt?
□ blue white red □ yellow black □ green white red □ white red 6 where you can check in Saxony-Anhalt on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ at the consumer Center 7.
The State capital of Saxony-Anhalt is called...
□ Hall.
□ Dessau.
□ Magdeburg.
□ Wittenberg.
8. what state is Saxony-Anhalt?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the Chief Executive / Head of the Government in Saxony-Anhalt?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of Saxony-Anhalt has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein 1 which coat of arms belongs to the State of Schleswig-Holstein?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Schleswig-Holstein?
Ammerland Demmin □ □ □ □ Rhein-Sieg-Kreis 3 Nordfriesland.
Is the Landtag in Schleswig-Holstein chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age should you choose in Schleswig-Holstein in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the flag of Schleswig-Holstein?
□ white blue □ blue white red □ white red □ green white red 6 where you can check in Schleswig-Holstein on political issues?
□ at □ consumer advice centre at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of □ at the Landeszentrale for political education □ the 7 churches.
The city of Schleswig-Holstein is called...
□ Husum.
□ Flensburg.
□ Lübeck.
□ Kiel.
8. what state is Schleswig-Holstein?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Schleswig-Holstein?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / the Minister of Schleswig-Holstein has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Minister part II questions for the Federal State of Thuringia 1 which coat of arms belongs to the free State of Thuringia?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 2 which is a district in Thuringia, Germany?
Ammerland of Altötting □ □ □ □ Wartburgkreis District 3 Nordfriesland.
Is the Landtag of Thuringia chosen for how many years?
□ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 4.
At what age may choose in Thuringia in local elections?
□ 14 □ 16 18 □ □ 20 5.
What colors does the country flag of Thuringia?
Where can you check the □ □ blue white red □ white red □ green white red black gold 6 in Thuringia on political issues?
□ at the churches □ at the Consumer Council □ the Landeszentrale for political education □ at the Public Affairs Office of the municipality of 7.
The State capital of Thuringia is called...
□ Eisenach.
□ Erfurt.
□ Gera.
□ Jena.
8. what state is Thuringia?
□ 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 9.
What do you call the head of the Government / the head of Government in Thuringia?
□ First Minister / first Minister of □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister of □ Mayor / Mayor □ Prime Minister / Prime Minister 10 which Minister / Minister of which Thuringia has not?
□ Minister of Justice / □ Foreign Minister Minister of Justice / □ Minister of Finance Secretary of State / Minister of finance □ Interior Minister Interior Minister Appendix 2 framework curriculum for the naturalization rate (site: plant band to BGBl. I 2008 No. 35 page 141-174) contents page I. overarching vision 144 II. requirements for the curriculum of 144 1) link with the integration course / orientation course 144 2) construction of the curriculum 145 3) requirements on pages of participants 147 4) pedagogical principles in the naturalization rate of 147 5) price range 149 6) design school hours 149 III. topics and learning objectives (modules)
151 module I: introduction 151 module II: 152 part 1: live part 2: democracy and participation in the political shaping of 152 in the democracy rights and obligations 157 part 3: conflict resolution in the democratic society of 161 part 4: special features of the 164 state module III: history and responsibility 166 module IV: man and society 171 module V: course completion 174 I. overarching objectives for from the Conference of Interior Ministers and Senators of the countries on May 31 / June 1, 2007 in Berlin approved concept "Federal standards for the naturalization process" the goal of the naturalisation rate is civic basic knowledge as well as the principles and values of our Constitution. There mediated knowledge serve the acquisition of necessary for the adherence to the basic law understanding of principles and structure of the German nation, as well as the related socio-political processes. The naturalization rate should enable naturalization applicants, their civil rights and obligations to identify and actively perceive. The framework curriculum takes into account this objective in building and design.
II. requirements for the curriculum 1) link with the integration course/orientation course the naturalization rate based on the themes of the orientation course according to § 43 para 3 sentence 1 of the residence Act. He thus covers the topics "Live in a democracy" (in the orientation course: "Politics in a democracy"), "History and responsibility" and "man and society". While the orientation course provides mainly basic knowledge, the naturalization rate areas expanding, treated in-depth and with views of future possibilities for civic action. The focus is in the area of "Life in a democracy". In particular, the topics should be treated: ▪ democracy ▪ fundamental rights, ▪ conflict resolution in the democratic society ▪ rule of law ▪ welfare State, ▪ responsibility of the individual symbols of ▪ for the public ▪ participation in the political shaping, ▪ equality between men and women, State.
(2) construction of the curriculum the curriculum is divided into the following five modules: module I: introduction to the course module II: live in the democracy part 1: democracy and participation in the political design part 2: rights and obligations part 3: conflict resolution in the democratic society part 4: special features of the federal state module III: history and responsibility module IV: man and society module V : Course completion the educational content of the modules II to IV are arranged around key issues. These include the core content of the naturalization rate, with which the necessary knowledge and its knowledge of understanding of to be acquired. The key issues are with the other learning content closely. Starting from them, the subjects of the respective module in the classroom should be treated.
The choice of subjects for the naturalization rate prescribed in the curriculum focuses on the question what concrete contents fall under the guidelines of "civic knowledge" and "principles and values of our Constitution". Learning with special reference of the State be taken into account, but only those which are related to democratic participation opportunities. The country-specific content can be developed in cooperation with the country offices for political education.
a. life in democracy the "Democratic life" forms the core area of the naturalization rate. The content is geared towards the future civic participation of naturalization applicants. This means that above all nature and significance of the various forms of participation in political and social life in Germany (elections, party and club memberships, etc.) should be shown. The framework is based on to represent, within which the participation of the foreordained community taking place, namely the fundamental principles, values and standards (fundamental rights, rights and obligations, conflict resolution), the Central workings of parliamentary democracy as well as their structure and their structures.
b. history and responsibility for understanding the population present important milestones in recent German history, particularly the way to parliamentary democracy, as the knowledge background to be acquired. This reference is made to the Parliament in the Paulskirche 1848/49 and its influence on the basic law, as well as on the different position of the representatives of the people in the German Empire and the Weimar Republic. The example of the Nazi dictatorship are shown the consequences of the negation of the rule of law and democracy and the resulting responsibility for the preservation of the democratic Constitution. As important milestones in German postwar history, the topics of East Germany, Germany's Division and reunification to be acquired next to the founding of the Federal Republic. Basically, non-historical data, but historical context at the heart of this course module will be.
Because the history of Germany was marked essentially by immigration, the subject of migration history is recorded in the subject directory. This issue also represents a good starting point on the personal history of migration of students.
The development process of the Federal Republic of Germany is to transmitted in connection with the progress of European integration and the growing importance of the European integration. In addition, this topic receives its relevance by the fact that foreigners with the naturalization not only German nationals, but - if they are third country nationals - are also EU citizens.
c. man and society in this field is entered on fundamental aspects of the social culture and of social life in Germany. This thematic orientation reflects also minted in Germany by migration processes so learning content named at this point in the concept of be added to the nucleus of civic basic knowledge.
Important content from the module "Live in democracy", such as individual rights or the subject of "Dealing with conflicts", to respond and to put in relation to the social coexistence in an intercultural context. In addition to issues of religious and cultural life in the Federal Germany of cultural change seeks to recognise as a result of immigration.
To focus the gaze more strongly on the social dimension of culture, also the subject of education is recorded in the content catalog. Education is conveyed as a central prerequisite for the equitable participation in socio political life in Germany.
(3) requirements on pages of participants a. language requirements should have the language level B1 according to the common European framework of reference for languages (CEFR) participants in the naturalization rate. This is the only way to ensure that both the lesson materials sufficiently understood the designs, by teachers and learners with can adequately be followed. Particularly in the area of reading comprehension, the language level B1 should sure be dominated.
b. independent learning although all content of the naturalization test are the subject of the course, attendees will be able should be basic self-reliance to serve, such as look up in a dictionary or dictionaries, independent writing with teaching, organization of the workplace and work equipment, independent pre - and wrapping up repeat of the curriculum. These learning techniques allow an individual and intensive preparation on the test about the events in the course, the participants and increase the chances of passing in the final examination.
c. the action-oriented approach of the naturalization rate willingness to active participation in the course requires the willingness of the individual to engage actively in the design of teaching activities. Just so the participants can benefit extensively from conveying the content in the course.
(4) pedagogical principles in the naturalization rate the methodical didactic design of the naturalization rate is based on the following basic principles: ▪ participant orientation the orientation of the subjects and their design are based on the life of the participants ("connecting learning"). The experience and knowledge of the participants are always taken into account.
▪ Action and subject orientation of the participants should be encouraged, to engage actively in the classroom and to participate in its design. Such activation can be achieved using role plays, projects etc. Learning is considered as a holistic process, which is on the way of the participants to the independent conclusion in the focus of interest.
▪ Multiperspektivische theme treatment of teaching should lead opinion to a one-dimensional representation of a (majority), but clarify controversial points of view and discuss. The participants should are guided at appropriate points to do so, to make change of perspective in the matter and practice as basic requirements for understanding and tolerance.
▪ Use of adult-oriented teaching methods the relationship between students and teachers is characterized by respect in terms of a learning partnership. The Exchange is on equal footing, recognising the competences of the person as well as their use for the learning process.
The use of changing social forms allows you to select of as appropriate for the mediation of the respective learning object, which should also promote the independent development of content by the participants ▪ use of alternate forms of social. In the selection and design of social forms, the previous learning experiences and the learning requirements of the participants are taken into account.
▪ Use of diverse methods given of the variety and complexity of the subjects of the naturalization rate is necessary a variety of methods for an adequate provision of content, each selected at the discretion of the instructor is. Method selection is also a responsiveness to the needs and requirements of the respective group.
Factual knowledge and knowledge of relationships in the area of policy, to convey history and culture, to understand the materials used in the course on the following aspects are to prepare: ▪ linguistic expression easily with consideration to different language levels of the participants in the German should all teaching materials based on the language level B1 of the Eng and be revised in sprachdidaktisch. Despite the necessity of the use of terminology the language maintained in the course and way of expression should be kept simple as possible.
The treated subject is limited ▪ Elementarisieren of the subject of the teaching the fundamental aspects that are necessary to its comprehension.
▪ Inductive approach the development of the curriculum should be based on concrete examples mostly by an inductive approach.
Clarity in the Center stands ▪ visualizing in the treatment of the topics and contents. This can be promoted through the use of different media (print, film, television, photos, statistics, graphics etc.).
(5) the naturalization rate includes price range of 60 teaching units (TU) à 45 minutes. It is recommended not to exceed a daily schedule of 6 UE. Thus, it creates an appropriate timeframe to treat the provided content to the orientation course comprising 45 UE expanding and depth as well as participant-oriented methods.
Module I: introduction (1.5 UE) module II: life part 1: in a democracy (a total of 33 e) democracy and participation in the political shaping (11 UE) part 2: rights and obligations (9 lessons) part 3: conflict resolution in the democratic society (7 lessons) part 4: special features of the Federal State (6 lessons) module III: history and responsibility (13 UE) module IV: man and society (11 UE) module V : Course completion (1.5 TU) 6) design school hours
Based on the circumference of a course of 60 ü à 45 minutes time models for the implementation of the citizenship course can be offered in order to take account of the different needs and preferences of users (professionals, mothers with children, etc.), especially in regions with a high proportion of foreigners and greater potential for naturalization. It is proposed the following differentiated offer: ▪ Compact full-time classes over two weeks with 30 UE (6 lessons per day), suitable especially for quick learner, who can not participate in evening classes, and the inactive;
▪ Part time courses in the form of evening courses about 15 weeks with 4 UE, suitable especially for professionals;
▪ Part time courses in the form of weekend over six weekends with each 10 UE, suitable for people not can, attending evening classes such as workers shift workers;
▪ Morning courses over three weeks with 20 UE, suitable especially for House persons with school-age children.
III. topics and learning objectives (modules) module I: introduction - scope: 1.5 UE the student and instructor to become initially acquainted and articulate their expectations in terms of the rate of naturalization and naturalization in an open conversation. After the presentation of the course history, first realistic information in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany, the respective Federal State and the municipality are developed to prepare the entry into the following module.
Parent learning objectives/key issues upon completion of the module "Introduction" are reached following parent learning objectives: students (KT)...
▪ to know the course.
▪ know the expectations that are connected with the naturalisation, of German nationality, as well as the naturalization rate.
This module is the confrontation with the following key topics in the Centre: ▪ expectations and interests of the German State and society ο regarding the naturalization of ο regarding the naturalization rate of ▪ information on Germany (structural data) ο data and facts about the personal living environment (municipality) ο data and facts about the Federal Republic and the Länder ο deepening knowledge: state module II: living in democracy - scope : 33 UE part 1: Democracy and participation in the political design - scope: 11 UE content focuses here on the structure of the State of the Federal Republic of Germany as a prerequisite to the participation in the political shaping. Starting from the knowledge of the institutional order of the political system and its functional relationships is in the different objective areas to build an understanding of political decision-making processes, which includes both decision makers and their legitimacy as also the participants in the political process. Getting to know various elements of democratic society order targeting the development or extension of competences that are necessary to participation in solving social problems to be able to recognize and perceive.
a. parent learning objectives/key issues after this section of the module are achieved the following overall objectives: the course participants (KT)...
▪ System, the most important State bodies and public offices and their importance, State symbols, the principles of the party landscape and of the German electoral system know the construction of democratic, Federative.
▪ recognize the need for the separation of powers for the functioning of the rule of law.
▪ know the possibilities to shape the policies of participation and reflect the benefits that brings German citizenship with them in this regard.
▪ know the importance of socio political participation for the functioning of the democratic system.
Parent learning goals are to be achieved by addressing the following key issues: ▪ parliamentary democracy, State Assembly and federal system of the Federal Republic of Germany of ▪ experiences of students with political participation of ▪ possibilities of participation: elections, parties, civil initiatives, associations, clubs, political foundations, trade unions, demonstrations (advantages of German nationality) ▪ communication of information as the basis of participation b. topics - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü democracy and Statebuilding KT...
▪ know that Germany is a parliamentary representative democracy.
▪ understand the fundamental principles of the democratic system and aware of their importance for freedom and justice.
▪ know the fundamental differences to totalitarian forms of Government.
▪ know that the key principles of democracy in the basic law as the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany are formulated.
▪ understand the importance of the separation of powers for the democratic system (in a historical context).
▪ Characteristics of democracy in Germany: representative/parliamentary ▪ article 20 GG, popular sovereignty, Repräsentativsystem, majority rule, militant and well-fortified democracy, rule of law ▪ differences to the monarchy, dictatorship ▪ basic law as the Constitution ▪ development of statehood and separation ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945. The time of national socialism and its impact ▪ II. 2 fundamental rights and basic law 3 federalism KT...
▪ know that there are 16 federal States in Germany and names.
▪ know that land Parliament and its own country Government be elected in each federal State.
▪ know that the provinces through the Federal Council participate in the legislation.
▪ Germany as a federal State (art. 20 para 1 GG) ▪ Federal Council: participation of the Federal States on the legislation ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945 1 the constitutional organs of the Federal Republic of Germany and their tasks KT...
▪ know the constitutional organs of the Federal Republic of Germany and are familiar with their composition and their basic tasks.
▪ know the binding rule of law and legality of Government and administration.
▪ Tasks and functions of the Bundestag: formation of Government, legislation, decision-making ▪ tasks of the Federal Government: policy objectives, initiatives, implementation of decisions of ▪ tasks and functions of the Federal Council: participation of countries and control of ▪ task and function of the Constitutional Court: Government action with respect to the constitutionality of/observance of fundamental rights of ▪ role and tasks of the head of State controlled: representation of the Federal Republic in the country and abroad, promoting social dialogue ▪ II. 2 rule of law ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945. Germany in Europe 3 elections and parties KT...
▪ identify and understand the key features of democratic elections.
▪ know the principles of the German electoral system.
▪ know basic system and end of parliamentary and European elections.
▪ understand the parties represented in the Bundestag and, while they can gain information about it.
▪ know the key responsibilities of the parties in the political decision-making process and discuss them as an example.
▪ know the main principles of the party system.
▪ Basic function of choices: choice/opt-out of Government ▪ principles of the German electoral system: General, direct, free, equal, secret ▪ electoral system and election process for parliamentary and European elections of ▪ parties in the Bundestag ▪ task and importance of the parties to the political process: public relations, aggregation and articulation of interests ▪ important principles of the German party system: multiple-party principle, progressivism ▪ II. 2, civil rights and other fundamental rights ▪ II. 3 conflicts in policy ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany prior to 1945 3 State symbols KT...
▪ know the national symbols of the Federation and the text of the national anthem.
▪ know the symbols of the respective federal province.
▪ Symbols of democratic Germany: national anthem, Federal colours, Federal seals of ▪ symbols of the Federal States ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany prior to 1945 1 c. key terms majority principle, policy expertise, popular sovereignty, liberal democratic order, rule of law, proportional representation, five percent hurdle, Coalition, opposition, confidence, volunteering / citizenship, State, participation module II: life in the democracy part 2: rights and obligations - scope: 9 ü vivid examples are content and significance of fundamental rights taught in this module and explains the construction of the basic law. Practical, students develop a deeper understanding for the civic duties and the responsibility of the individual for the common good. The interaction between the rule of law, fundamental rights, civic obligations and the efforts of the State to social justice will be reflected and discussed.
a. parent learning objectives/key issues after completing this section of the module are reached following parent learning objectives: students (KT)...
▪ know the construction of the Basic Law (GG) and know that the fundamental rights in articles 1 to 19 are anchored.
▪ are familiar with the concepts of freedom and equal rights, human rights and civil rights / "German rights".
▪ GG are particularly familiar with the articles 1 to 6.
▪ understand the importance of the rule of law, the fundamental value of mutual tolerance and the protection of human dignity (art. 1 GG) for the peaceful coexistence in the Federal Republic of Germany.

identify necessary claims in the civic obligations to the individual for the preservation of the common good.
Know ▪ opportunities and the importance of assuming responsibility for the common good.
▪ understand the concern of the State for social justice in the social State principle.
▪ reflect the personal use of fundamental rights on the basis of current debates.
In this part of the course, the examination with the following key topics in the Centre is: ▪ construction of the Basic Law (GG) ▪ anchoring of fundamental rights in the GG: article 1-19 ▪ rule of law of ▪ respect of for human dignity and mutual tolerance as a fundamental pillar of life together ▪ civic duties as a mirror of fundamental and human rights; Responsibility for the common good ▪ social State principle and social justice ▪ reference to current debates b. topics - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü justice principle KT...
▪ understand that State action at law is bound to the principle of equality before the law is subject to, and this is guaranteed by the independence of the courts.
▪ Binding governance laws ▪ legal protection for all citizens through independent courts of ▪ equality ▪ II. 1 democracy and State-building ▪ II. 3 conflicts Court ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945. The time of national socialism and its consequences 1 fundamental rights and basic law KT...
▪ to know the structure of the basic law.
▪ especially articles 1-6. are familiar with content and essence of fundamental rights ▪ reflect the limits of fundamental rights and identify the fields of tension between individual rights.
▪ human dignity as a guiding principle of the Constitution (article 1 GG) ▪ fundamental rights binding of the State violence (article 1 para 3 GG) ▪ ensuring of the general freedom of action and law on active design of lifestyle (art. 2 GG) ▪ equality before the law (article 3 para 1 GG) ▪ equality between women and men (article 3 para 2 GG) ▪ discrimination (article 3 para 3 GG) ▪ freedom , Freedom of conscience and confession (article 4 para 1 GG) ▪ right to undisturbed practice of religion (article 4 para 2 GG) ▪ importance of freedom of expression, information, press, art and freedom of research (art. 5 para 1 and 3 GG) ▪ the liberal democratic order marriage, unmarried children (article 6 GG) ▪ tolerance principle of ▪ fundamental rights in the field of tension between (such as smoke, noise pollution, headscarf debate, definition of art , "Defamatory") ▪ II. 1 elections and parties ▪ II. 3 conflict resolution ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945. The time of national socialism and its impact ▪ IV. family and social life together in Germany. Education in Germany; Religious diversity in Germany 3 civil rights ("Germans") and other fundamental rights KT...
▪ know that there are rights that are bound to the German nationality, which GG or other laws partly on article 2 also apply to foreigners.
▪ Citizenship rights and responsibilities, access to public office (article 33 GG) ▪ term "German" (article 116 GG) ▪ right to vote (article 38 para 2 GG) ▪ freedom of Assembly (article 8 GG) ▪ freedom of Association (article 9 GG) ▪ free movement of persons in the Federal territory (art. 11 para 1 GG) ▪ free career choice (article 12 para 1 GG) ▪ II. 1 elections and parties ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945. The time of national socialism and its consequences 2 civic duties and social State KT...
▪ know that obligations are linked to living in a community to safeguard the public interest.
▪ understand the importance of parents compulsory, compulsory education, compulsory military service, civil service and the principle of "Commitment to property".
▪ know the basic principles of the social State principle.
▪ know the obligations of recipients of social benefits.
▪ Same rights and obligations as a citizen (article 33 para 1 GG) ▪ parents obligation (article 6 para 2 GG) ▪ compulsory education (article 7 GG) ▪ conscription, civil service (art. 12a GG) ▪ property committed (article 14 para of 2 and 3 GG, article 15 GG) ▪ tax of ▪ compliance ▪ social State principle: duty of care of the State and State efforts for social justice of ▪ obligations of recipients of social security benefits 2 responsibility of individuals for the common good KT...
▪ recognize the importance staatsbürgerlicher and other honorary positions for the common good and know how they can gain access to them.
▪ Civic honorary positions: such as election workers, volunteer judge/aldermen, political volunteering ▪ other honorary posts: usage disasters (THW, DRC etc.) ▪ clubs ▪ II. 1 elections and parties ▪ II. 1 political participation at the local level 1 c. key terms the principle of the rule of law, equality before the law, human dignity, tolerance, fundamental rights binding, free personal development, general freedom of action, equality, non-discrimination, freedom of expression, press freedom/freedom of information, freedom of science, protection of marriage and family , Civil rights / "German rights", social State principle, duty of care of the State, social justice, public service, volunteering, volunteers, Schöffe(n), disaster module II: life in the democracy part 3: conflict resolution in a democratic society - circumference: 7 UE dealing with conflicts in the democratic rule of law is an important socio-political field that can be experienced directly for all people living in Germany in everyday life. Therefore, it is first useful to be aware of the range of potential conflicts and the levels on which these can take place. Conflicts and possible ways to their peaceful solution should be spelled out as an example in this part of the course. From these basic principles of the rule of law, as well as an understanding of the relationship of the solutions can be the fundamental rights and values of the German Constitution derive. Participants should be encouraged to think through the consequences of different ways of conflict management and conflict resolution. The reference to specific problems in their life is the guideline for the selection of the teaching materials.
a. parent learning objectives/key issues after this section of the module are achieved the following overall objectives: the course participants (KT)...
▪ know different levels of conflict resolution in the democratic society.
▪ recognize the fundamental importance of the connection of rule of law, fundamental rights and ways of conflict resolution for the federal social order.
▪ reflect different ways of dealing with conflicts on the basis of selected examples.
In this part of the course, the examination with the following key topics in the Centre is: ▪ ways of dealing with conflicts of ▪ importance of fundamental rights and the rule of law, for the possibilities of conflict management b. topics - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü life-world-related conflicts KT...
▪ know different kinds of life-world-related conflicts and their actors.
▪ are aware of the rules and behavior leeway when dealing with these conflicts.
▪ reflect different methods to deal with these conflicts.
▪ Demonstrate of different methods for conflict resolution on the basis of life-world-related conflict situations of ▪ non-violence as a principle of conflict resolution of ▪ trade-offs at the end of a discussion process ▪ majority principle ▪ IV. family and social life together in Germany 3 conflicts Court KT...
▪ know that conflict resolution must be found always within the framework of law and order.
▪ understand why the monopoly must be solely with the State.
▪ know actors and game rules of conflict resolution in court.
▪ reflect the importance of court processes for dealing with or resolving conflicts.
▪ Binding of conflict of law ▪ monopoly of power of the State: enforcement of law and order authorities, police and federal police ▪ court process and court decision (examples) ▪ II. 2 rule 2 conflicts in politics KT...
▪ a number of examples of conflicts in politics know.
▪ know a number of actors and levels of the holding of political conflicts in the democratic rule of law.
▪ reflect democratic procedures for dealing with political conflicts.
▪ Conflicts in domestic politics and foreign policy, current debates of ▪ processes of discussions in parliaments, parties, associations, clubs and media of ▪ will and expression in demonstrations of ▪ opportunities to exert influence on citizen initiatives, arbitration ▪ II. 2 rule 2 c. key words conflict resolution, majority principle, compromise, court decision, monopoly of the State, fundamental rights, rule of law module II: characteristics of State - level living in the democracy part 4:: 6 UE this part has the State-specific deepening of knowledge about democratic participation opportunities for the target. The individual federal State, in which, the naturalisation rate is performed, receives clearance to shaping its content, taking into account the overall objectives and key issues at this point. In this way, the meaning and significance of the federal structure of Germany in politics and everyday life the participants become aware.
a. overall learning objectives/key issues after completing this section of the module, the following overall objective is reached: the student (KT)...
▪ know specific possibilities of participation in their State.
In this part of the course, the examination with the following key topics in the Centre is: ▪ special participation opportunities in the State
▪ local opportunities for political participation b topics - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü political participation at the local level KT...
▪ know the structure and responsibilities of the municipal administration in fundamentals.
▪ know instruments of citizen participation.
▪ reflect opportunities for participation in the concrete living environment as an example.
▪ Institutions and responsibilities of municipal administration (broad) ▪ possibilities of political activity in the living environment: Work in clubs, associations, parties; Participation in elections; Citizen request, - desire, decision; well-informed citizens ▪ II. 1 elections and parties 5 referendum and plebiscite KT...
▪ to know the process of popular initiative and referendum.
▪ Topics by referendum, quorum, period II. 1 federalism 1 c. key words municipal administration, citizen participation, citizen request, petition, referendum, referendum, referendum, quorum module III: history and responsibility - circumference: 13 above to obtain a deeper understanding for the German presence and for the process of European integration for the realization of peace, freedom and justice should be discussed basic phases and events of in German history and in particular the history of the Federal Republic of Germany and reflected. This is scheduled with reference to the presence of the Federal Republic of Germany, and with a view on the formation of a parliamentary democracy. For example, the relationship between the Paul Church Parliament of 1848/49 and the emergence of the basic law to appear on. This includes also the knowledge that each was a different political significance to the Parliament in the German Empire and the Weimar Republic, and that were repealed with the Nazi dictatorship of Panchal pien democracy and the rule of law and also enforced ideological ideas with terror and inhuman means. As a result a special responsibility for the maintenance of the democratic Constitution. Finally importance and influence of the Division of Germany, as well as the process of European unification to the present will be understood the Federal Republic of Germany and reflected.
a. parent learning objectives/key issues upon completion of the module "History and responsibility" following parent learning objectives are reached: the student (KT)...
▪ meet the Federal Republic of Germany in the context of historical and European history.
▪ recognize the result of a historical development in the current social composition and political Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany.
▪ reflect the history of migration in the context of the development of the Federal Republic of Germany.
In this part of the course, the examination with the following key topics in the Centre is: ▪ expectations of KT by the context of history and present, as well as location of their biographical experiences as part of history ▪ the Federal Republic of Germany as a result of historical developments of ▪ involvement of the Federal Republic of Germany in the European context b. issues - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü roots of democracy in Germany before 1945 KT...
▪ know that important elements of the German democracy have their origin in Paul Church Parliament in 1848/49.
▪ know that the nation-State, but not parliamentary democracy was achieved while with the German Empire.
▪ know that parliamentary democracy in Germany was realized for the first time with the Weimar Republic.
▪ Paul Church Parliament of 1848/49: ο first attempt to establish a democratic nation State in Germany of ο adopting of a Constitution including fundamental rights of ο State symbolism Schwarz-rot-gold ο failure on the resistance of the ruling princes in Germany ▪ German Empire: ο Foundation of the first German nation-State ο General (men) suffrage ο Parliament without competence to government education ο end in the first world war of ▪ Weimar Republic: ο first parliamentary de-mokratie ο Constitution including fundamental rights ο failure by social need (great depression) and political extremism ▪ II. 1 federalism , parliamentary democracy, elections and parties ▪ II. 2 fundamental rights and Basic Law 2 the time of national socialism and its consequences KT...
▪ Germany know the experience of the Federal Republic.
▪ recognize that the norms and values are the NAZI period in contrast to the GG.
▪ recognize the great responsibility for a democratic new beginning which will make impossible a repetition of history.
▪ NS dictatorship: suspension of the legal order Gleichschaltung, Holocaust, World War II, emigration ▪ occupation by Allied victors of 1945-1949: three West zone, East zone, Division of Berlin ▪ II. 1, democracy and State-building ▪ II. 2 principle of rule of law 2 founding of the Federal Republic of Germany KT...
▪ know that the rule of law that was repealed by the NAZI dictatorship was restored with the founding of the Federal Republic.
▪ understand the responsibility related to this day.
▪ Surrender ▪ "▪ democratic new beginning zero hour": restore the rule of law, Constitution, free elections, free press ▪ II.1 democracy and State-building. Federalism ▪ II. 2 principle of the rule of law; Fundamental rights and basic law ▪ III. roots of democracy in Germany before 1945 1 important milestones in the post-war history of KT...
▪ know the broad of historical, political and economic development after the second world war.
▪ know the Division of Germany and the Division of Europe.
▪ know the broad of development, which led to the reunification of Germany and the unification of Europe.
▪ build up the destroyed infrastructure ▪ cold war of ▪ Federal Republic of Germany: ο means of the United States (Marshall plan) ο introduction the social market economy / currency reform / "Economic miracle" ο integration with the West (NATO) ο détente ▪ German Democratic Republic: ο East integration (Warsaw Pact) ο socialist system, one-party State ο uprising ▪ iron curtain: refugees, the building of the wall 1961 ▪ disintegration of the Eastern Bloc ▪ wall opening / reunion ▪ II. 1 federalism 4 Germany Europe KT...
▪ know the basic principles of the development of the European Union.
▪ know the four freedoms of the internal market.
▪ know that third-country nationals are also EU citizens with obtaining German nationality.
▪ know important milestones of European integration and their motives.
▪ Overcoming of old contradictions of ▪ citizenship ▪ EEC, EC, EU ▪ common market without internal frontiers: free movement of goods, freedom to provide services, freedom of establishment, free movement of workers / freedom of capital movement of ▪ Monetary Union and the euro zone ▪ enlargement ▪ II. 1 elections and parties 2 migration history KT...
▪ know the outlines of the history of migration to Germany.
▪ Various immigrant groups in Germany: ο migrant workers ο (late) immigrants / refugees / displaced persons ο asylum seekers / refugees of civil war foreign students ο EU Binnenmigranten ▪ IV. ο ο Jewish immigrant culture in the Federal Germany 2 c. key words founding the Federal Republic of Germany, reconstruction, economic miracle, Division/reunification, European integration, democratic new beginning, post-war, civics, Third Reich/NAZI dictatorship, Holocaust, "zero hour", rule of law, currency reform, iron curtain, divided Germany, crew, European Union , common market, euro-zone, EU enlargement, migration history, migrant workers, (late) immigrants, refugees, displaced persons, asylum-seekers/refugees from civil wars, Jewish immigrants, Parliament in the Paulskirche, German Empire, Weimar Republic, great depression module IV: man and society - scope: 11 UE "Man and society" module focuses on various aspects of social life in Germany. The participants deal with interculturality and cultural change. The concept of culture is in terms of the naturalization willing so to understand, that it includes areas that significantly affect the lives of the participants. You should be causes to classify experience their lives in Germany and to reflect on a peaceful and collaborative cooperation towards. This conflict can contribute to a reflection on the own location in this cultural environment and in particular looking at already perceived or future noticeable participation opportunities.
a. parent learning objectives/key issues upon completion of the module "Man and society" are reached following parent learning objectives: students (KT)...
▪ the coins of in Germany see also as a result of migration processes.
▪ reflect their own location in the host society and their own willingness to be understood as part of a pluralistic society.
In this part of the course, the examination with the following key topics in the Centre is: ▪ regional diversity ▪ cultural change of in Germany due to immigration and ethnic minorities of ▪ location of KT in their cultural environment of ▪ forms of cohabitation ▪ religious diversity of ▪ education b. topics - fine objectives - learning topic fine learning learning references ü culture in the Federal Germany KT...
▪ recognize the Federal Republic of Germany has various regional specificities and differences.

aware of the constant cultural change and reflect social responses to this change.
▪ Local and regional particularities in Germany ▪ continuous change of culture ▪ cultural differences and similarities in connection with migration processes of ▪ interculturality in the social life together ▪ III. family migration history and social life together in Germany KT...
▪ know different forms of living together of people in Germany.
▪ know the tasks and functions of the family in Germany.
▪ reflect the distribution of roles in the family in terms of the equal rights of all family members.
▪ recognize the importance of the task of the education of children.
▪ Family (-shape), marriage, divorce, emancipation of women of ▪ equality, equality, anti discrimination bid of ▪ discussion, dispute and conflict culture of ▪ education and responsibility ▪ II. 3 life-world-related conflicts ▪ II. 2 fundamental rights and basic law; Rule 3 religious diversity in Germany KT...
▪ know the religious diversity in Germany and have an overview of the distribution of different religions in Germany.
▪ reflect the importance of religion in everyday life and in the social life in Germany.
▪ reflect tolerance as a key principle of the peaceful coexistence of religions.
▪ Denominations/religions in Germany: Christianity (Catholic, Evangelical), Islam, Judaism of and others ▪ worship, role of religious communities, different forms of organization of religious life in Germany of ▪ separation of Church and State ▪ Interreligiöser dialogue and denominational conflicts ▪ II. 3 life-world-related conflicts 3 education in Germany KT...
▪ Information possibilities know about education.
▪ recognize the importance of education and lifelong learning for personal development and professional success in Germany.
▪ reflect the responsibility of the family for the educational success of children.
▪ Education and training system in Germany of ▪ education ▪ significance and appreciation of education ▪ importance of equal access to education ▪ equal education of men and women 2 c. key words regional and local peculiarities, interculturality, cultural change, discussion / dispute / conflict culture, emancipation, tolerance, denominations, religions, worship, separation of Church and State, inter-religious dialogue, access to education module V: course completion - size: 1.5 UE the course completion is room , to take on still remaining open issues and to prepare the students for further proceedings. Here, the opportunity should be used to a mutual feedback. A written evaluation should be part of.
Parent learning objectives/key issues after the module "Completion" are reached following parent learning objectives: students (KT)...
▪ know what further steps to obtain German nationality.
▪ know possibilities for further training.
This course is the confrontation with the following key topics in the Centre: ▪ citizenship - how do we go?
Ο prepare for the naturalization test ο procedure: naturalization ceremony of ▪ opportunities to training ο Federal Agency/land centres for political education ο political foundations ο educational institution before place ο literature/online services ▪ feedback and evaluation