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Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.
Q3 Englisch
1. Human dilemmas
2. Shakespeare
1. Biography
2. Elizabethan Age
3. Renaissance
4. Sonnet
5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets
3.

Q3 Englisch 1. Human dilemmas 2. Shakespeare 1. Biography 2. Elizabethan Age 3. Renaissance 4. Sonnet 5. Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets 3. "Othello" 1. Key facts 2. Characters 3. Short summaries 4. Modeling the future 1. Science and technology 2. Utopia & Dystopia 5. Gender issues 1. Culture and gender Gender pay gap Q3 - Englisch 2. 1 von 10 Q3 Englisch 1. Human dilemmas A dilemma is when you have good reasons for each of several possible options, but you can only choose one. Moral dilemma is a situation in which a necessary decision would have some positive results, but it would not be compatible with moral values or standards of behavior. Tragic dilemma or no-win situation requires a choice between two or more alternatives, each of which is undesirable, painful or horrible. Social dilemma is a situation in which short-term self-interest is in conflict with long-term collective interests. 2. Shakespeare 2.1 Biography • 1564 born in Stratford • 1599 "The Globe Theatre" was built Wealthy and popular in society • Died 1616 ● 2.2 Elizabethan Age 1558-1603 • Queen Elizabeth I. crowned on November 17th, 1558 Died March 24th, 1603 • Ruled over England most of Shakespeare's life Is considered a "golden age" due to its relative stability, economic growth and the flowering of theatre, literature and music 2.3 Renaissance 1400-1520 • A period of immense cultural change • Mind changing inventions People had access to books, learned about things like witches and ghosts (women were accused of witchcraft) • A new...

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way to reach other people and their minds ● • Outbreak of diseases because people traveled more and brought them from other countries 2 von 10 Q3 Englisch 2.4 The Sonnet • Consists of 14 verses, which are divided into three quatrains and a heroic couplet Rhyme scheme: Three cross-rhymes and one couplet (ABAB CDCD EFEF GG) • Metre: lambic pentameter ● • Connection between form and content: Structure has a reinforcing effect for content • First two quatrains deals with a specific thesis, which then undergoes a turning point in the third quatrain and finally comes to a conclusion in the couplet 2.5 Analyzing Shakespearean sonnets Introduction: "William Shakespeares poem XX gives an insight into / deals with [main message of sonnet] by providing numerous stylistic devices and following a certain train of thought and structure." Structure: "The given poem is a typical Shakespearean sonnet because it consists of 14 lines which are divided into 3 quatrains and a two-lined couplet at the end. It follows an alternate rhyme scheme in the quatrains and is written in an iambic pentameter. As it is common for a Shakespearean sonnet, there is a turning point that happens in line XX (and is being introduced by the contrasting conjunctions XX)." Train of thought: 1st quatrain: Exposition of main theme/ metaphor / opening train of thought Topics: Love, transience, social conventions, time, beauty, injustice 2nd quatrain:Extension of theme / metaphor / argument Often with evidence / examples 3rd quatrain: Often a turning point (twist / conflict / train of thought) in 1.9 Couplet: Summary / Final statement / Moral / leaving reader with new image True intention behind sonnet is expressed Language: Common stylistic devices: Anaphora, antithesis, metaphor, parallelism, simile, repetition, rhetorical question, personification, alliteration, allusion, ellipsis 3 von 10 Q3 Englisch 3. "Othello" The story of an African general in the Venetian army who is tricked into suspecting his wife of adultery, Othello is a tragedy of sexual jealousy. First performed around 1604, the play is also pioneering exploration of racial prejudice. 3.1 Key facts Genre: Play (tragedy) Time: 16th century Place: Venice and Cyprus 3.2 Characters Othello: • Protagonist, Hero . Christian Moor • General of the armies of Venice • Honest man, stands up to his virtues and • Pure intentions towards Desdemona • Respects Brabantio Respected by society • Puts the service for his country first Physically powerful, impulsive, insecure Manipulated by lago • Led by jealousy, kills Desdemona • Commits suicide • Turns from a disciplined and calm man into a jealous and mentally unstable character being blinded by lago's schemes ● ● cause ● lago: "I am not what I am" Antagonist, Villain Pulls the strings • Othello's ensign • Two-faced (Cover of the book) • Wife: Emilia ● • Feels betrayed by Othello • Wants to have Cassio's position (Lieutenant) • Makes Othello believe Desdemona is unfaithful Manipulates Roderigo to destroy Othello's life and to profit of his wealth Ambitious, manipulative, arrogant, intelligent Imprisoned • His capacity for cruelty seems limitless ● 4 von 10 Q3 Englisch Desdemona: • Daughter of the Venetian senator Secretly married Othello • Courageous, rebellious (runs away at night to marry Othello) Betrayed her father • Honest, self-confident • Stands up against her father • Naive, loyal, rich, admired • Gets murdered ● Emilia: • lago's wife • Desdemona's attendant Deeply attached to her mistress and distrustful of her husband • lago kills her as payback for unmasking him ● Brabantio: • Father of Desdemona • Self-important Venetian senator ● • Feels betrayed by Othello, when he marries his daughter in secret Michael Cassio: • Othello's lieutenant • Young and inexperienced soldier Truly devoted to Othello • Lost his place as lieutenant after being implicated in a drunken brawl • Relationship with Bianca Respectful and flirty towards women • Innocent and virtuous ● Roderigo: • Pays lago to get to know Desdemona Desperate about Desdemona • Considers lago as a friend Young, rich, foolish, naive • Desperate enough to agree to help lago kill Cassio • Killed by lago Bianca: • Prostitute in Cyprus • Favorite customer is Cassio 5 von 10 Q3 Englisch 3.3 Short summaries Act 1 lago and Roderigo tell Brabantio that Othello has married Desdemona, so that Brabantio will go after Othello. As Brabantio and Roderigo arrive to attack Othello, Othello is called to see the Duke of Venice. Brabantio decides to talk to the Duke directly about Othello and Desdemona. Desdemona chooses Othello over her father, which tortures Roderigo. The Duke sends Othello to defend Cyprus from the Turks, and Desdemona goes with him. lago thinks Othello slept with his wife Emilia and vows revenge. Act 2 The Turks die in a storm, but Othello makes it to Cyprus. lago plans to frame Cassio by convincing Roderigo that Cassio wants to sleep with Desdemona. Othello's herald announces a feast, celebrating Cyprus' safety and Othello's marriage. lago gets Cassio drunk, who then stabs Mayor Montano, and Othello fires Cassio. lago suggests that Cassio asks for Desdemona's help getting his job back. Act 3 Emilia tells Cassio that Desdemona is trying to get Othello to rehire him, but Othello is unsure because of Montano's political influence and popularity in Cyprus. Othello asks lago to deliver letters to his ship's captain and give his regards to the Senate of Venice. lago convinces Othello that Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair, and Othello vows revenge. Othello promotes lago to lieutenant. Othello hints that Desdemona is unfaithful when she cannot produce the handkerchief he gave her, and tells her it was enchanted. Cassio asks Bianca to copy the handkerchief, which he found in his room. 6 von 10 Q3 Englisch Act 4 lago asks Cassio to talk about Bianca while Othello listens in hiding, tricking Othello into believing Cassio is talking about Desdemona, and he accuses her of having an affair. While Othello plans to murder Cassio and Desdemona, Lodovico arrives with orders for Othello to go back to Venice and leave Cassio in charge. Othello accuses Desdemona of being a whore, while Emilia ponders that a villain has tricked Othello into thinking this. Roderigo laments his unrequited love, and lago tries to convince him to kill Cassio. Desdemona sings a song about losing one's lover as she gets ready for bed, and speaks with Emilia about adultery. Act 5 lago wounds Cassio and frames Roderigo for it, then kills Roderigo. lago and Emilia arrest Bianca for being a whore and say it led to Cassio's death. Othello smothers Desdemona. lago stabs Emilia as she figures out his deceptions and tells everyone. Othello realizes Desdemona was innocent, wounds lago, and kills himself. 4. Modeling the future 4.1 Science and technology 7 von 10 Q3 Englisch Pro Gives us access to more information It saves time to use them Gives us more mobility options Communicate more efficiently Makes things cheaper Inspires us to become innovators Lets us manage things better Develops better learning techniques Lets us focus on ability instead of disability Can be addictive Autonomous Driving Benefits: Artificial Intelligence • Refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines • Healthcare (diagnostic, operations) • Personalized user screen, advertisement, ... • Machines don't get tired Working while driving •Reduce driver stress ● • Increased safety • Decrease number of accidents • Helps disabled people, who cannot drive Creates dependences Needs laws to protect individual freedoms Reduces human effort Data seccurity Security - Surveillance Danger: Sometimes it's hard to understand technology Creates social disconnection Con Problem with disconnecting from work It's easier to copy or plagiarize information Risks and dangers: • Who is responsible for accidents? • Mistakes in programming • Hacker attacks • Job loss • Moral question • Cannot completely prevent terrorist danger Cyber criminality ● 8 von 10 Q3 Englisch • Protection of data Gene Modified Food • Longer shelf life 4.2 Utopia & Dystopia Utopia: It describes a perfect, ideal society. Utopias are imaginary societies in a distant place or the future. • Education for everyone Equality High standard of living • No injustice • Little to no crime ● • More aromatic • Grow faster • Pesticides • Could trigger allergies / cause cancer Dystopia: Are anti-utopias. Pessimistic visions of the future. It defines an imagined state that is not desired. Inequality usually shown in a huge gap between rich and poor • Show collapsed societies • No democracy / Usually dictatorship • No privacy • Government control, no individuality ● 9 von 10 Q3 Englisch 5. Gender issues 5.1 Culture and change (now and then) Traditional gender roles: • Mom is supposed to be with her child • Dad has to earn the money • Stay at home mom Mat rnity leave • Moms are responsible for their kids Modern gender roles: • Moms can work after having kids • Moms can prioritize a career • Dads stay at home • Nannies -> Daily child care • Parental leave for both parents 5.2 Gender pay gap Women and men still are not equally treated. No matter if money, job, parliament, leading position, family or sport-wise. • Women still earn 20% less money monthly than a men for the same work • Profi sport-wise the gap is even further apart and does not seem to close in the near future 10 von 10