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Englisch Abitur Lernzettel ||||| | 1 1 1 I 1 | | | | | 1 1 I 1 / / 1 | | | | // / / aims & abitions - stay healthy - have a family - pass the A-level - find a job - do more for the environment - success - a fulfilling life - reach your goals The iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher was a britisch stateswoman. She advocated the legalization by homosexuality and abortion, and was against the abolition of the death penalty. - positive/optimistic - has achieved sth. a role model qualities for teenager in Germany - an inspiring person - - responsible, wise, altruistic - has talent/personality mature THE POWER THE FAME. for teenager in USA - must be other focused - affect others with theirs passion - active in their communities - tolerant towards people who ate different - committed to make sth. better This is the future as liberals want it. " - @Boubah360, Instagram - the picture shows a Muslim and a transgender women, who are sitting next to each other on the subway - muslim is wearing a burka 1st semester: Aims and abitions - transgender women is wearing a dress - the picture conveys that we have to tolerate every human with their religion, culture and passion there are many political discussions, because of people, who don't accept the differences between humans - example: in Germany, Jews are getting in trouble, because of wearing a kippah „Into the wild" about Christopher McCandless and society: Who does Chris criticize? - his parents -...

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society - politicians Conclusion: - he was naive and ambitious . The individual society Video,,Balance" - short Film called ,,Balance" What does he criticize? - materialism - that money makes people cautious - they are Bad to each other: greed, egotism, consumerism - judgement - interpretation of society: → relation to society and how it functions → criticism of materialism, egotism → healthy society: cooperation, sharing What did Chris do? - left society → into the wild What happened? - he felt depressed and lonely -,,Happiness is only reals when shared" - Chris died in the wild Generation Z positive aspects & chances : - improve our world 1955-2010 - get involved - stand up for their beliefs - shape the future - help less privileged people - access to a variety of possibilities to construct their identity - ready to fight for equality and education - use means of communication for political issues negative aspects & challenges : - obsessed with selfimage - anti-social trouble makers - find their own way - pessimistic view of the world - face big challenges, such as environmental and economical problems, terrorism and social inequality Alex Wheatle: straight outta crongton - it is a book from Alex Wheatle about Maureen (aka Mo Baker) and her Teenager problems in the imaginary City Crongton - the topics: domestic abuse and gang violence, focus on women Volunteering reasons why young people volunteer: - help others - work experience - make a change/difference - give smth. back/ for the society - for they application (look good on the CV) - try different fields of work pros: - opportunities for experience - way of helping the environment and people in need without enormous costs - looks good on a CV cons: - due to the staff being paid nothing it's not appealing to many people - volunteering can be used for things are deemed unnecessary → organisation can use charities and volunteers to make money for themselves successful children What successful chinese children was never allowed to do: - attend a sleepover - be in a school play - complain about not being in a school play - watch TV or play Computer games - choose their own extracurricular activities - get any grade less than an A - not be the #1 student in every subject expect gym and drama -play any instrument other than the piano or violin - not play the piano or violin Romeo und Julia - Romeo and Juliet is a work of art which weaves together a large number of related impressions, ideas, images, and moral judgments. It changes from violence to beauty, from bountiful love to malicious hate. There is music and dancing; fantasy and bawdry; the heights of joy and the depths of misery; the lively festivity indoors and the tranquil moonlight outdoors; the unhappy dawn in the bedroom and the desperate suicides in the tomb. The British System of Government Monarch ceremonial functions & social duties, offically appoints officially appoints (on the recommen- dation of the PM) appointing the prime Minister, opening Parliament sign the bills elects The Government prime minister: Number 10, called general elections, Leader of HC Cabinet: government department to uninstets Parliament House of Lords: approve laws, 700 members delay a bill, power is limited its accountable to House of commons: passed bills to House of Lords, elected for 5 years, approve laws, represent constituencies pro - border controls (migrant, ...) Electorate all men and women over the age of 18 Brexit - United Kingdom leaves the United Nation Started 2014: talking about the 2 options (stay or leave?) June 23rd 2016: Brexit referendum July 13th 2016: new prime minister Theresa May contra - fight against terrorism - UK weekly savings around 350 mil £ - stronger foreign politics own agreements with China/India - better economical - own laws circumstances - employment laws 2nd semester: ethnic cultural diversity The United Kingdom Queen Elizabeth II - born: April 21, 1926 in London - first child of King Georg the fourth - husband: Prince Philip of Greece - very formal in public - interest: horse and dog - drive without a license The British empire report 1607: (King James I) Jamestown was founded 17/18th century: dominant colonial power, war between France&Netherlands 1775-1783: American revolution 1815: France war until 1915: imperial century WW2: decline (anti-colonization movements&bankruptcy) 1997: great Britian giving Hongkong back to china Reasons for Brexit: - We can set our own immigration policy - The UK can make its own laws March 29th 2017: negotiations start May 24th 2019: Theresa May announces abdication July 23rd 2019: Boris Johnson Oktober 17th 2019: EU&UK agree on Brexit January 31st 2020: UK leaves EU - leaving would save the UK money - The EU is a corrupt racket - leaving makes the UK great again From Empire to Commonwealth the british Empire - largest colonial empire - had established colonies (all over the world) - settlement colonies (Canada, New Zealand & Austria) size: one fifth of the land ended: second world war - it frees us from EU red tape - We'll be less exposed to instability - It shows the EU we're serious - We can trade with the rest of the world - We can re-establish commonwealth links the Commonwealth of N. - british monarch - includes two billion people - united by language (english) - 53 countries - voluntary association!! The USA The Mayflower Compact The Mayflower Compact is the name given to a document signed on board the Mayflower in November 1620 while the ship lay anchored at the tip of Massachusetts Bay. The Mayflower had originally been bound for Virginia, but storms forced it to land far to the north. A controversy broke out over the question whether the new settlement should be made at the present (northern) location, or whether the ship should resume its voyage southward at the next opportunity. To end the quarrel, the settlers agreed to form a council, whose decisions would be binding. 41 of the ship's 101 passengers (all men) signed the agreement. Timeline of US history (for general reference) e Event First permanent English settlement at Jamestown (Virginia). Pilgrim Fathers' (i.e. English Puritans) found colony at Plymouth (Massachusetts). 13 colonies fight the War of Independence against Britain. The Declaration of Independence is signed in Philadelphia. US Constitution goes into effect. The former colonies are now the United States of America. Year 1607 1620 1775-1783 4 July 1776 1789 1803 1861-1865 1890 1917 1919 1929 1941 1945 1945 1954 1955 1989-1991 2001 2006 2008 The Louisiana Purchase: the United States doubles in size. Civil War; slavery ends in the South. The last major battle against Indian tribes. Congress officially declares the frontier closed. USA enters World War I (first involvement in a European conflict). Women are given the right to vote. Great Depression begins.. USA enters World War II following Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. USA drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Cold War begins as USA and Soviet Union emerge as new world powers. US Supreme Court declares segregated schools illegal. Civil Rights Movement begins with the Montgomery (Alabama) bus boycott Cold War ends with the collapse of the Soviet Union... Terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. US population reaches 300 million. Financial crisis begins. The USA-still the Promised Land? ✓ - equal opportunity - freedom from religious & political per- secution - cheap farmland - natural resources -> economic wealth - world power/autonomous - better education X - economic instability due to housing crisis - widening gap between rich & poor - slavery -> segregation - feeling of insecurity/surveillance - political system

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Englisch Abitur Lernzettel ||||| | 1 1 1 I 1 | | | | | 1 1 I 1 / / 1 | | | | // / / aims & abitions - stay healthy - have a family - pass the A-level - find a job - do more for the environment - success - a fulfilling life - reach your goals The iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher was a britisch stateswoman. She advocated the legalization by homosexuality and abortion, and was against the abolition of the death penalty. - positive/optimistic - has achieved sth. a role model qualities for teenager in Germany - an inspiring person - - responsible, wise, altruistic - has talent/personality mature THE POWER THE FAME. for teenager in USA - must be other focused - affect others with theirs passion - active in their communities - tolerant towards people who ate different - committed to make sth. better This is the future as liberals want it. " - @Boubah360, Instagram - the picture shows a Muslim and a transgender women, who are sitting next to each other on the subway - muslim is wearing a burka 1st semester: Aims and abitions - transgender women is wearing a dress - the picture conveys that we have to tolerate every human with their religion, culture and passion there are many political discussions, because of people, who don't accept the differences between humans - example: in Germany, Jews are getting in trouble, because of wearing a kippah „Into the wild" about Christopher McCandless and society: Who does Chris criticize? - his parents -...

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society - politicians Conclusion: - he was naive and ambitious . The individual society Video,,Balance" - short Film called ,,Balance" What does he criticize? - materialism - that money makes people cautious - they are Bad to each other: greed, egotism, consumerism - judgement - interpretation of society: → relation to society and how it functions → criticism of materialism, egotism → healthy society: cooperation, sharing What did Chris do? - left society → into the wild What happened? - he felt depressed and lonely -,,Happiness is only reals when shared" - Chris died in the wild Generation Z positive aspects & chances : - improve our world 1955-2010 - get involved - stand up for their beliefs - shape the future - help less privileged people - access to a variety of possibilities to construct their identity - ready to fight for equality and education - use means of communication for political issues negative aspects & challenges : - obsessed with selfimage - anti-social trouble makers - find their own way - pessimistic view of the world - face big challenges, such as environmental and economical problems, terrorism and social inequality Alex Wheatle: straight outta crongton - it is a book from Alex Wheatle about Maureen (aka Mo Baker) and her Teenager problems in the imaginary City Crongton - the topics: domestic abuse and gang violence, focus on women Volunteering reasons why young people volunteer: - help others - work experience - make a change/difference - give smth. back/ for the society - for they application (look good on the CV) - try different fields of work pros: - opportunities for experience - way of helping the environment and people in need without enormous costs - looks good on a CV cons: - due to the staff being paid nothing it's not appealing to many people - volunteering can be used for things are deemed unnecessary → organisation can use charities and volunteers to make money for themselves successful children What successful chinese children was never allowed to do: - attend a sleepover - be in a school play - complain about not being in a school play - watch TV or play Computer games - choose their own extracurricular activities - get any grade less than an A - not be the #1 student in every subject expect gym and drama -play any instrument other than the piano or violin - not play the piano or violin Romeo und Julia - Romeo and Juliet is a work of art which weaves together a large number of related impressions, ideas, images, and moral judgments. It changes from violence to beauty, from bountiful love to malicious hate. There is music and dancing; fantasy and bawdry; the heights of joy and the depths of misery; the lively festivity indoors and the tranquil moonlight outdoors; the unhappy dawn in the bedroom and the desperate suicides in the tomb. The British System of Government Monarch ceremonial functions & social duties, offically appoints officially appoints (on the recommen- dation of the PM) appointing the prime Minister, opening Parliament sign the bills elects The Government prime minister: Number 10, called general elections, Leader of HC Cabinet: government department to uninstets Parliament House of Lords: approve laws, 700 members delay a bill, power is limited its accountable to House of commons: passed bills to House of Lords, elected for 5 years, approve laws, represent constituencies pro - border controls (migrant, ...) Electorate all men and women over the age of 18 Brexit - United Kingdom leaves the United Nation Started 2014: talking about the 2 options (stay or leave?) June 23rd 2016: Brexit referendum July 13th 2016: new prime minister Theresa May contra - fight against terrorism - UK weekly savings around 350 mil £ - stronger foreign politics own agreements with China/India - better economical - own laws circumstances - employment laws 2nd semester: ethnic cultural diversity The United Kingdom Queen Elizabeth II - born: April 21, 1926 in London - first child of King Georg the fourth - husband: Prince Philip of Greece - very formal in public - interest: horse and dog - drive without a license The British empire report 1607: (King James I) Jamestown was founded 17/18th century: dominant colonial power, war between France&Netherlands 1775-1783: American revolution 1815: France war until 1915: imperial century WW2: decline (anti-colonization movements&bankruptcy) 1997: great Britian giving Hongkong back to china Reasons for Brexit: - We can set our own immigration policy - The UK can make its own laws March 29th 2017: negotiations start May 24th 2019: Theresa May announces abdication July 23rd 2019: Boris Johnson Oktober 17th 2019: EU&UK agree on Brexit January 31st 2020: UK leaves EU - leaving would save the UK money - The EU is a corrupt racket - leaving makes the UK great again From Empire to Commonwealth the british Empire - largest colonial empire - had established colonies (all over the world) - settlement colonies (Canada, New Zealand & Austria) size: one fifth of the land ended: second world war - it frees us from EU red tape - We'll be less exposed to instability - It shows the EU we're serious - We can trade with the rest of the world - We can re-establish commonwealth links the Commonwealth of N. - british monarch - includes two billion people - united by language (english) - 53 countries - voluntary association!! The USA The Mayflower Compact The Mayflower Compact is the name given to a document signed on board the Mayflower in November 1620 while the ship lay anchored at the tip of Massachusetts Bay. The Mayflower had originally been bound for Virginia, but storms forced it to land far to the north. A controversy broke out over the question whether the new settlement should be made at the present (northern) location, or whether the ship should resume its voyage southward at the next opportunity. To end the quarrel, the settlers agreed to form a council, whose decisions would be binding. 41 of the ship's 101 passengers (all men) signed the agreement. Timeline of US history (for general reference) e Event First permanent English settlement at Jamestown (Virginia). Pilgrim Fathers' (i.e. English Puritans) found colony at Plymouth (Massachusetts). 13 colonies fight the War of Independence against Britain. The Declaration of Independence is signed in Philadelphia. US Constitution goes into effect. The former colonies are now the United States of America. Year 1607 1620 1775-1783 4 July 1776 1789 1803 1861-1865 1890 1917 1919 1929 1941 1945 1945 1954 1955 1989-1991 2001 2006 2008 The Louisiana Purchase: the United States doubles in size. Civil War; slavery ends in the South. The last major battle against Indian tribes. Congress officially declares the frontier closed. USA enters World War I (first involvement in a European conflict). Women are given the right to vote. Great Depression begins.. USA enters World War II following Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. USA drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Cold War begins as USA and Soviet Union emerge as new world powers. US Supreme Court declares segregated schools illegal. Civil Rights Movement begins with the Montgomery (Alabama) bus boycott Cold War ends with the collapse of the Soviet Union... Terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. US population reaches 300 million. Financial crisis begins. The USA-still the Promised Land? ✓ - equal opportunity - freedom from religious & political per- secution - cheap farmland - natural resources -> economic wealth - world power/autonomous - better education X - economic instability due to housing crisis - widening gap between rich & poor - slavery -> segregation - feeling of insecurity/surveillance - political system