Speed dating in germany
All cities have their private parts, and all cities have their points of entry.
Berlin is a freestyle city where getting laid is not one of its inhabitants’ many challenges.
You can download the Nazi Society character cards as well as a simple chart for recording findings here.
If you go with the speed dating idea, it’s quite fun to set the scene by having some relaxing/romantic music playing in the background.
They need to find closest match, and should also identify the people who are most and least happy.
This leads to a lively plenary discussion about the range of experiences, and can be linked to work on Nazi systems of control.
Bouncers, belly dancers and Berliners would all agree that anything (everything) goes.
This forward-thinking city is not shy when it comes to all things sex, and ladies and gents alike admire a straightforward character.
With this in mind I’ve created a series of character cards based on the experiences of workers, farmers, the middle class and ‘big business’.
These can be used in many ways to gather and record information.
If you’re already flirtatiously engaged in conversation with a stranger in one of Berlin’s weird and wonderful bars, and more than two drinks have came and gone, the odds are on your side.
Students always show a keen interest in comparing and contrasting different social experiences within Nazi Germany.