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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 16:22:23    Titel: @ choice06

Es galt dir, wenn es dir geholfen hat.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 16:25:38    Titel:

Sollen wir im LK eigentlich auch das Unterthema "World of Work" kennen? wir haben keinen einzigen Text davon, das alles hatte der GK und nicht wir als LK! weiß das jmd??
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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 16:54:27    Titel:

World of work nur falls du auf ein Fachgymnasium gehst..
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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 18:31:08    Titel:

loevje hat folgendes geschrieben:
hab mal eine frage:

was genau ist damit:
".... in many cases, the financial means that were required by law (e.g. that the husband-to-be had to prove his ability to support a family) made legal marriage impossible for the masses. " (von goldbaerschn)
gemeint?
warum war es denn "impossible" legal zu heiraten?



Bist du dir dessen sicher, dass du in Englisch Abitur machen willst?
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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 20:31:02    Titel:

Tantus hat folgendes geschrieben:
loevje hat folgendes geschrieben:
hab mal eine frage:

was genau ist damit:
".... in many cases, the financial means that were required by law (e.g. that the husband-to-be had to prove his ability to support a family) made legal marriage impossible for the masses. " (von goldbaerschn)
gemeint?
warum war es denn "impossible" legal zu heiraten?



Bist du dir dessen sicher, dass du in Englisch Abitur machen willst?


Wird er oder sie sich wohl nicht mehr aussuchen können!
Finde ich ziemlich unfair von dir sowas zu schreiben, wir sind hier um einander zu helfen und wenn man was nicht versteht soll man fragen!
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BeitragVerfasst am: 18 Apr 2008 - 20:45:32    Titel:

was zu heat and dust, habe es mal vor zeiten auf ner ami page gekauft

http://www.file-upload.net/download-796097/Heat-and-Dust.doc.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: 19 Apr 2008 - 16:48:01    Titel:

Mag jemand mir antworten? Very Happy
Ich weiß echt nicht was damit gemeint ist...
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BeitragVerfasst am: 19 Apr 2008 - 17:43:58    Titel:

haha @ tantus! ich bin mir sehr sicher, dass ich english abitur machen werde und will! Very Happy sorry, aber über deinen eintrag kann ich nur lachen!^^ ich habe schon verstanden, was da steht, aber ich glaube nicht, dass du verstanden hast, was ich genau wollte! Wink aber ist auch egal! spar dir demnächst deine energie und schreibe sinnvolle einträge, okay?

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BeitragVerfasst am: 19 Apr 2008 - 18:44:09    Titel:

loevje hat folgendes geschrieben:
haha @ tantus! ich bin mir sehr sicher, dass ich english abitur machen werde und will! Very Happy sorry, aber über deinen eintrag kann ich nur lachen!^^ ich habe schon verstanden, was da steht, aber ich glaube nicht, dass du verstanden hast, was ich genau wollte! Wink aber ist auch egal! spar dir demnächst deine energie und schreibe sinnvolle einträge, okay?

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Da kann ich mich nur anschließen!

Kann mir den irgendwer auf meine Frage antworten?
Habt ihr was zu test style, structur...gemacht? also irgendwie textanalyse oder so?
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BeitragVerfasst am: 19 Apr 2008 - 21:20:39    Titel:

was meinst du denn mit textanalyse? hab folgendes zum arbeiten an texten. weiß, das is jetzt sehr viel. ist auch nicht alles soo relevant meiner meinung nach. such dir einfach raus was du brauchst Wink


Writing a comment

Structure and Content

Introduction
·Gives reader an overview
·Agree to the task
·General opinion with a short reason

Opinion and reasons
·Explain own attitude towards the topic
·For every clause (Absatz) one main thought
·Main part is depending on the task of comment

End
·Sum up the most important arguments for a strong attitute

Tasks

Comment (own opinion)
·Own attitude with explanations and examples
·Argument – explanation – example

Compare
·Notice similarities and differences
·Draw conclusions

Criticize
·Advantages and disadvantages
·State an own opinion

Discuss (erörtern)
·Analyse all aspects of a problem
·Weigh pros and cons

Evaluate
·Evaluate a thing
·State advantages and disadvantages

Justify
·Express to an opinion of others
·Bring out advantages or disadvantages



Cartoons


Analysis

Description
·Describe the presented situation in one sentence
·Then list objects or people that you see in the cartoon, if necessary by dividing the cartoon in four quadrants
·Have a closer look on the people (posture, facial expression, etc.)
·Are there any important clues (words, places, numbers) to be seen?
·Which objects/people are symbols

Interpretation
·What is the political issue presented in the cartoon
oCriticism of modern way of thinking
oReferring to an underestimated or totally neglected aspect
·What is the cartoonist’s viewpoint on this issue? How do you know?
·Who might agree/disagree with the cartoon?

Opinion
·Describe how you were able to interpret this cartoon and/or what your personal standpoint in the presented issue is

Techniques of Cartoonists
1.Caricatures: exaggerating one or more physical features
2.Symbols: using a recognizable item to communicate an idea
3.Caption: having the characters speak or summarizing the message in a few words above or below the cartoon


Literaty texts

Novel
·Long and complex fictional narrative text
·Often divided into chapters
·Detailed development of a character and setting

Short Story
·Concentrates on one character, situation, dilemma or problem
·Characters, situation are not fully developed
·Focus is on one single aspect which undergoes as a change in the course of the story

Fable
·Short narrative text in which animals represent human types or act like human beings
·Usually didactic, since they intend to teach a moral lesson
·Make satirical comment or illustrate some general truth
·Moral is often ironic

Coming-of-age-Story
·Short story or novel in which the process of growing up is portrayed
·Usually the protagonist is a child or more often an adolescent who undergoes an experience which changes his or her outlook on life
·Marks an important stage in his or her development towards adulthood

Frame Story
·Novel or short story which contains one or more quite independent stories within it
·Often main stories consists of a character in one setting recounting another story in another setting


Poetry


Sonnet
·Poem consisting of 14 lines
·Became popular in England in the 17th century

Shape Poem
·Poem in which the words form a shape or picture
·Shape usually reflects theme or contents of the poem

Rhyme
·Similarity of sounds between certain words

Metre
·Regular rhyme of the words in a poem
·Achieved by arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables in the line of a poem


Drama

Tragedy
·Type of drama in which protagonist passes through series of misfortunes
·Usually downfall is brought about partly by the protagonist’s own fault –> too much pride, weakness etc.

Comedy
·Type of drama which deals with a light topic or more serious one in an amusing way
·Always has happy ending

Analysing fictional texts

First or third person narrator

Reliability of narrator
·Reliable (reader may take everything the narrator tells at face value)
·Unreliable (reader must find out just how much of what the narrator says can be accepted, first person usually unreliable)

Mode of presentation

Scenic presentation
·Using dialogue, depicting thoughts and emotions, describing a scene
·Includes interior monologue
Panoramic presentation
·If author tells story as a condensed (gekürzt) series of events
·Summarizing in a few sentences what happens over a longer period of time


Character
·Round character = similar to real individuals and have several traits and behave in a way that is life-like
·Flat character = character has only a limited number of traits or represents only single quality
·Caricature = crude representation of a character which is meant to be laughed at
·Main character in a story is almost always round character

Characterization
·Direct or explicit = personality is shown directly by
oNarrator
oAnother character
oBy character him- or herself
·Indirect or implicit = reader is expected to draw conclusions about a character by
oStudying his or her behaviour
oOpinions
oChoice of words and way of talking


Action and plot


Action
·External action = author describes what characters do and the events that take place
·Internal action = author describes what is going on in the minds of characters (reader is shown the thoughts of the characters)

Plot
exposition
rising action
conflict
climax (turning point can follow)
falling action
solution

Flashback
·Author doesn’t tell story in chronological order
·Narrator goes back into the past

Foreshadowing
·Also called anticipation
·Technique of hinting at later events in a fictional text


Atmosphere
·Feeling or mood created by an author in his or her work
·Setting, use of language and characterization all contribute to atmosphere of a work

Setting
·Time and place in which a literary work takes place
·Setting can have symbolic overtones
·May serve to reveal something about the characters and also contribute to the atmosphere


Non-fictional texts

Definition
·Refer to real world
·Variety of purposes –> inform, persuade, express personal opinions, criticise etc.


News story
·Refer to reports of recent events of general interest that appear in newspapers, on TV or radio
·Meant to be objective
·Providing answers of the five W’s

Feature story
·Deals with a topic by concentrating in a particular person or on particular people
·Discuss different aspects of the topic on a personal level and leaves reader to draw more general conclusions from this individual case
·Direct quotes from the people involved in the story
·Often opens with description of an event or person

Editorial
·Article that expresses the opinion of the newspaper’s editor or editorial team about an item or news or political or social issue
·Not supposed to be personal and do not appear with a byline (=line that gives the writer’s name)

Column
·Deals with a particular subject (gardening, gossip, financial, agony column)
·Written by a particular writer
·Often highly personal essays on topics of their choosing

Speech
·Address delivered to an audience
·Speaker may try to establish contact with his or her listener’s in various ways
oFlattering them
oAddressing them directly
oUsing first-person plral
·Often use quotas or allude to sources such as Bible or history
·Contrast is used
·Also repetition and alliteration to follow the speech and remember key ideas and phrases

Essay
·Text form in which writer expresses his or her personal views on some topic

Letter
·Many types (personal or business-oriented)
·Certain conventions in structure
oAddress of sender
oDate
oSalutation
oBody of letter
oConventional phrase
oSignature

Advertisement
·Text which attempts to persuade people to do s.th.
·Normally consists of pictures and text
·Designed to catch the attention of the reader through layout
·Wordplay in title or headings and humour to win sympathy
·Often uses AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action)

Cartoon
·Amusing drawing in a newspaper or magazine that deals with human nature or current political ore social issue



Style and language

Tone
·Way in which a writer treats his or her topic
·Can be formal, intimate, solemn, playful, serious, ironic, angry, humorous

Humour
·Based on human ability to see and laugh at strangeness of a character or action or comment, because it’s unexpected or unsuitable in a special situation
·Humour is gentle, understanding and tolerant and makes the reader smile at human weaknesses
·Divisive, bitter sarcastic

Register
formal style
neutral style
informal style
slang/taboo words


Stylistic Devices

Alliteration
·Repetition of sound, normally a consonant

Allusion
·Direct or indirect reference to something or somebody the reader or listener is supposed to recognise and respond to
·May be to a work of literature, historical event, religious text like Bible

Assonance
·Repetition of the same or similar vowel sounds within stressed syllables of neighbouring words
·Example: poppies blow

Contrast
·Opposing views
·Emphasize their difference
·Author may show the goodness of one by emphasizing the evil of another

Enumeration
·Listening of words or phrases in a text with the last two are usually connected by “and”
·Add emphasis
·Make text more pleasant to read
·List words in a climatic order

Exaggeration
·Use of a strong overstatement
·Create either a serious or comic effect
·Single phrase is called hyperbole

Metaphor
·Comparison between two things which are basically quite unlike one another without using the words “as” or “like”
·Example: there’s daggers in men’s smiles

Simile
·Type of comparison
·Simile says that something is like something else
·Uses words “like” or “as”
·Example: storm had blown itself out like a candle

Symbol
·Thing, word or phrase signifying something concrete that stands not only for itself but also for a certain abstract idea
·Example: red rose often symbol of love

Personification
·Technique of representing animals or objects as if they were human beings or possessed human qualities

Irony
·Term used when a person makes fun of somebody or something without openly doing so
·Person using irony use certain words and actually mean the opposite of what those words normally mean

Onomatopoeia
·Use of a word which intimates the sounds it refers to
·Evoke particular feeling, mood, sound ore movement
·Example: Stuttering rifles rapid rattle

Repetition
·Deliberate use of a word or phrase more than once in a sentence or a text to create a sense of pattern or form to emphasize certain elements in the mind of the reader or listener
·Parallelism = repetition of similar or identical words, phrases, sentence constructions
·Anaphora = repeats the same word or group of words at the beginning of successive clauses

Rhetorical question
·Question to which the answer seems obvious and is therefore not necessary
·Pushes the reader to a certain conclusion

Understatement
·Statement in which the true magnitude of an idea, event or fact is minimized, so that something is deliberately presented as being much less important, valueable than it really is
·Often used for ironic effect
·Example: the report of my death was an exaggeration

Wordplay
·Also called pun
·Use of a word which may be understood in two different ways or which may be put into a different context to alter the meaning
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