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1 REALITY TV Ordinary people instead of professional 1.1 THE ULTIMATE REALITY TV SHOW People on death row Viewers decide who to die next 2 SURVEILLANCE CCTV- closed- circuit- television protection. Modern Media - tools or tyrants? School also public place as like as library, buses, parks, beaches,... Recordings could save jobs ar Recordings could protect students from bullying Easy to manipulate tapes Cameras are dehumanizing →Treating them being criminals students have enough to deal with possibility of abuse is big not enough think that cameras will prevent certain actions. as bullying f SMS 3 VOCABULARY Gather and store data Provide a platform to reveal Self-initiated learning Major impact on Daten sammeln und speichern Eine Plattform bieten Embrace a (virtual) lifestyle annehmen, Media literacy surveillance Offenlegen, enthüllen, verraten Eine Lebensart ergreifen Selbstständiges Lernen enormen Einfluss auf etw. haben Medienkompetenz Überwachung Will media change our lives for better or worse over the next 10 years? 1 GENETIC ENGINEERING SAVIOUR SIBLINGS HOW IT WORKS Eggs are fertilized to produce embryos. Transfusion of umbilical cord blood to sick child Woman is given fertility drugs. Multiple eggs are produced. Science- enhancing life? Mother gives birth to genetically healthy baby. Embryos are analysed for genetic defects and tissue compatibility. Only healthy embryos are injected into uterus. Ethics in science Are the rights of everyone involved respected? Which solution would be the just, fair or responsible? 2 PGD (PRE-IMPLANTATION GENETIC DIAGNOSIS) AT THE GENETIC ENGINEERING LAB Which solution will probably have the best overall consequences, even if means that some will not benefit from it? Which solution will be most sustainable and help everyone? Think of the wisest person you know. What would he or she do in this situation? guys Odd Guy & Rodd/Distributed by Universal Udlick for UFS via CartoonStock.com PERHAPS YOU COULD GIVE HIM A TOUCH OF ASTIGMATISM. KIDS...
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Problems Tough decision Maddle with nature Painful Ethical, religious concerns 2.1 PROCESS (1) a woman is given fertile drugs (2) multiple eggs are produced and fertilized to produce embryos (3) embryos are analyzed for genetic defects healthy embryos are injected to the uterus (5) genetically healthy baby is given birth to Benefits avoid hereditary diseases only let healthy embryos grow up manage own destinies & feel sense of take control reassuring to know child will be healthy 1 ADOLESCENCE-GOOD TIMES/BAD TIMESA 1) A generation full of hope 2) Media & youngsters 3) Finding one's identities 4) an unknown future 2 STEREOTYPES THE VILLAINESS THE GODMOTHER THE PRINCESS Individual in society 3 GETTING INVOLVED volunteering young people raising their voice THE NERD 'Adolescence ist he hardest time of life' Puberty Budding sexuality Mood swings Define oneself (withstand) Peer pressure School Drugs, smoke Alcohol Good marks expected Bullying Problems with teachers/parents False friends addictions Strong family background Prevention Adults face hard challenges 4 VOCABULARY obligation obstacle For purposes Zu... Zwecken On the fringes of Am Rand der society Gesellschaft Point a grim picture of Be depicted as Socially impaired Ein dusters Bild von etw. zeichnen Dargestellt sein unfahig zu sozialem Verhalten Entstellen, verzerren Soziale Ungleichheit Egogesellschaft Sich kontinuierlich wandelnd distort Social inequality Pflicht Hindernis Me- first society Ever changing 1 BRITSHNESS UK → England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales Constitutional monarchy No written constitution only documents Magna Charta + Bill of rights appoints* can dissolve → gives Royal Assent" to Acts of Parliament The Government. (The Executive) →puts forward laws. Monarch (The Crown)/ official head of state → represents the UK internationally & upholds traditions. + Prime Minister head of the government → leader of the strongest party in the House of commons appoints Cabinet 20 of the most important ministers Electorate all men + vomen > 18 years appoints the UK a Kingdom united? - Sidn tow party with the elects every 6 years Parliament "House of Lords (Appointed Legislature)! peers, →760 members (life 26 Anglican bishops! 92 hereditary peers) >examines bills passed by the House of Commons- House of Commons (Elected Legislature); → 650 MPs from constituencies" makes laws elected for each constituency in a first-past-the-post system Royal Assent: the monarchs approval of an act Acts of Parliament!! a law passed by the Parliament bills: laws that are proposed to the Legislature MP: member of Parliament * first-past-the-post ! winner-takes-all" candidate with the most voles is elected to represent the constituency, all the other votes count for nothing * constituency :) =Wahlkreis * appoints: snennt Should Britain abolish the monarchy? Outdated question of competence Very expensive Monarchy entrenches elitism + class system Monarch no real power →no danger for democracy Citizens are content & don't want a change 2 THE MULTICULTURAL FACE OF THE UK 'the sun never sets on the British Empire' Great power & territory as an Empire ➜ Colonies all over the world → 5th of the land worldwide in 19th, 20th century → The sun can't reach the whole territory on the same time, the sun always shining on one part of the British Empire between 1815-1930 land of emigrants •20mio. people left UK •reason: settle into colonies, hope for better life consequence: population decreased between 1958-1962 .400.000 people from former colonies (West Indies, Indian Society) settled in the UK •reason: no money in former colonies •consequences: population decreased & mixed up again --> first racial problems 2.1 THE COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS after decolonization led to decline of the British Empire and foundation of Commonwealth of Nations in 1931 voluntary association of 53 countries of the former British Empire Head British monarch States united by language, cul ture and history and also values between 1930-1940 E became home of refugees E became country of immigrants reason: 2nd world war consequence: population was rising & mixed up Result: a multicultural/- racial society 3 BREXIT SCOTLAND N. IRELAND WALES Leave - Remain ▬▬▬▬ ENGLAND Results by location Remain Leave 48% 47% 60% 62% 48% 56% 52% Britain 53% England 40% London 38% Scotland 53% Wales 44% N. Ireland 1. Free trade agreements 2021 2. Britain Leaves the EU's regulatory frame-works completely Britain oficially Leaves the EU in January Exit from the EU Brexit begins 2016 2020 deadline to extend the transition period passes Brexit neogotiantions between UK & EU 2017 2018 -2019 Exit agreement is published & endorsed by the EU UK's Parliament rejects exit delay until 31 th Oct 2019 & 31 th Jan 2020 1 GEOGRAPHY Continent Asia 2nd most popular country Largest country in Asia Indian subcontinent Part of the mountains and the other side surrounded of water Subtropical wheather summer and winter monsoon 2 CULUTRE AND TRADITIONS Bollywood Holi Elephants Special clothes Pots of water on the head. Sari 3 LIVING STANDARTS Woman are discriminated Toilet is a hole on the botton A lot of rubbish People on the street are poor and dirty Other side very high develop, modern big contrast India - a Kaleidoscope 5 HISTORY Legacy of the British empire Mahatma Gandi-> war of independents Crown jewel 4 SYSTEM Caste system President Prime minister 6 RELIGIONS Hinduism Buddhism Jainism Sikhism 7 EDUCATION Literacy rate 65% among woman 82% among men the rest cant read- have no money Fees 8 LANGUAGE Indian-English Urdu- Indian 9 FOOD Curry, -chicken Spicy Tea 48 states Alaska + Hawaii Capital: Washington D.C. Not a state and not in a state Climate: nearly all climate zones Many connections between climate, landscape and economy and problems Flag: 50 stars (1 per state) and 13 stripes (first 13 colonies on the north-eastern coast) The USA - Still the promised land? 2 INDEPENDENCE OF AMERICA North eastern coast 13 colonies (Britain) → movement to America British empire exploited these dissatisfaction (= 'Gateway of America') 'Boston Tea party' Beginning of war of independence American colonists won the war 1781 Britain's signed declaration of independence 4. July 1776 declaration of independence by founding fathers (B. Franklyn, G. Washington, J. Madison, T. Jefferson) after war od independence Jefferson write: 'All human are related equal' DRA 3 AMERICAN EXPANSIONISM 1 FIRST SETTLEMENT 11.11.1620 Pilgrim Fathers arrived Cap Cod → New England states' → Massachusetts; first colony: Plymouth Journey to the 'new world' started in Netherlands on the vesselship 'Mayflower' (captain: Christopher Jones) 1.1 MAY FLOWER COMPACT Established to show that it is possible to self-governing 1st attempt at democracy After war was over USA was born → different waves of immigration from different countries of the world for different reasons → not enough space anymore → looking for possibilities to get land Some parts of the land by war, some parts they bought, ... → got as much land as possible Go westwards to get the land → beginning of conflicts with Natives First until the Rocky Mountains After Goldrush in 1849 they started to cross Mountains → finally settled the whole continent 4 THE FOUNDING FATHERS Thomas Jefferson - father of declaration of independence; 'All men are created equal." James Madison - father of constitution; designer of system of checks and balances Benjamin Franklin - only person who signed 4 of the most important documents in the US- History George Washington - first president of the USA; capitol named after him →Played big role in American revolution 6 CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 1861 Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation freeing all slaves 1870 15th Amendment to the Constitution right to vote for all citizens 1865-1964 segregation of balcks and whites in schools, trains or busses 1964 Civil Rights Act → No segregation in public places → No discrimination in employment based on race, gender or national origin 6.1 MARTIN LUTHER KING Famous speech 28. 8. 1963 in front of Lincoln memorial (→ Abraham Lincoln fought for human rights of black people) O Civil war (north - industry - against slavery against south- farming- for slavery) O 1861-65 When Lincoln elected for 2nd time he united the country O Lincoln and M.L. King were assassinated 5 SYSTEM OF CHECKS AND BALANCES President can veto laws Legislative Executive Congress can pass laws over president's veto and controls budget Congress House of Representatives Senate President Courts can declare acts by president unconstitutional Senate approves president's court appointments and can remove judges President appoints judges Court can declare laws unconstitutional Judicial The Courts 7 AMERICAN DREAM requirement: Declaration of Independence ➜all man are created equal beliefs and values: democracy, liberty, equality, individualism, progress, multiculturalism 7.1 THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE - DISILLUSION OF THE AMERICAN DREAM Discrimination & unequal opportunities still a factor Concept of classless society never became reality → Huge cap between rich and poor Immigrants often disappointed because they assumed to find be living conditions + chances in the land of equal opportunities' Marriage Counsellor AMERICAN DREAM WHOA... WHADDAYA MEAN YOU'RE NO LONGER ATTRACTED TO ME? OTRANA CITREN Caylecartrons com 1 ASPECTS OF GLOBALIZATION Sharing goods between countries National identity of a country → pride; using special language & symbols Industrialization, industry Culture trade consumption science & technology VOCABULARY Europe and a Globalized world 2 MAIN TOPICS exchange of information and goods, services, language o globalization gives firms the chance to offer their products in different countries for good conditions because they are produced for lower price communication and trade relationships National identity cosmopolitan peacekeeping Unemployment rate International collaboration Sense of identity Gradual acceptance Nationale Identität Wetloffen Friedenssicherung Arebtislosenquote Internationale Zuasmmenarbeit Identitätsbewusstsein Schrittweise Akzeptanz O people and environment suffers lose jobs in country A → can find job in country B ecological problems O climate change O destroyed woods Slavery? Not today, not in Germany Wage floor Employment protection Prostitution 'classes' of workres Production in Asia → working conditions there bad