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 ABOUT SOUTH AFRIZA
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South Africa is bordered by 6 differe

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ABOUT SOUTH AFRIZA GEOGRAPHY The Atlantic and the Indian Oceans are meeting at South Africa's coasts. South Africa is bordered by 6 different countries. South Africa is divided into 9 different provinces. The three capitals of South Africa are Pretoria, Cape Town and Bloemfontein ↳ Johannesburg could be a fourth capital because it's the largest city there. The rail network is special, because it's the most well-developed connects. Nelson Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island. Further islands are Marion Island and Prince Eduard Island SOUTH AFRICAS COLONIAL PAST 1652 East India Company salted in Cape Town, first meeting with Khoikhoi 1806: British reoccupy the Cape 1886: Witwatersand gold reef 1834: All slavery in colonies were abolished by British 1880-81, 1899-1902: Boers and British again LANGUAGES - Language diversity contributes to RANBOW NATION - English as the dominant language, because of the media and government, but the minority of the total pop. call English their first language. - Zulu, Xhosa, English (very similar in grammar) -vocabulary stems from Dutch, Malay, Khoisan and Portuguese. STEVE BIKO •honest, conscientious, calm, self-confidend • wanted to change economic patterns and polities in countries dominated by Apartheid • black consciousness was important for him * Black is beautiful". gives hope and unity. (1 • died from brain damage, government said hunger stribe. ↳vident bleedings Describe: -texts & only what you pictures can see! conflict Outline: - relevante Hauptmerkmale -Struktur wie vorgegeben -Keine keine Zitate Wertung, Präsens! 1778-81: Xhosa people clashed w. Boers 1852 treaties w/ British 1910 Union of ABOUT...

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CAPE TOWN • racism, white people privilegs • most unequal city, failed rainbow nation • colonialism, corruption • electricity cut off • particular atmosphere ·•subjugation • propaganda by politics and media • racial segregation 1995: British occupied the Cape Colony 1854. Orange Free State, South African Republic South Africa. Analyse/Exermine: -Text im Detail, Belege, Zeilen, Präsens - Introduction, main part, conclusion ¨. This shows that...”;" to support his argument...". 1803: British reling. control to the Dutch! 1867: discovery of diamonds. comment Skills: Introduction, Lines of argument (my opinion and balance), personal conclusion. on the one hand. On the other hand..." ;,in contrast to A, B... „I rather (dis)agree.."; „finally ..."; Looking at the two sickes, I... APARTHEIT useful phrases: segregation; keep sth/sb apart; seperation; to discriminate against; to deny sb access; to provide separate facilities >Apartheid refers to the segregation of and discrimination against non-white people. The white people and the govern- ment opress the non-whites. Group areas act: >different areas, faicibly, apply permits (interior race), 1950 Bantu authorities Act. → homelands, no citizenship, required passport, no civil rights, 1951 Seperate Representation of lovers act: → seperate voling, only whites representative, black inferior, 1951 SKILLS Types of narrators, point of view. interior monologue (innerer Monolog) Reported thought (erleble Rede) First person/limited p.o.v (Ich-Erz.) Third p. limited narrator/-1 (personal) Stream of consciousness (Bewusstseinsstrom) Third p. omniscient narrator/unlimited pav.) { Intrusive narrator (auktorialer Era comment) Compare: - "show similarities and differences." + Begründungen "equally important"; "identically"; "such as"; "additionally"; "opposite to"; "first, second..."; "with attention to..."; "on the whole..." examples: "In the text from..."; "Next, he/she points out.."; "He also suggests, observes, argues, claims, reports that .... "The author addresses"; "Then he/she describes, shows, underlines... As soon as, once again, further..."

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ABOUT SOUTH AFRIZA GEOGRAPHY The Atlantic and the Indian Oceans are meeting at South Africa's coasts. South Africa is bordered by 6 different countries. South Africa is divided into 9 different provinces. The three capitals of South Africa are Pretoria, Cape Town and Bloemfontein ↳ Johannesburg could be a fourth capital because it's the largest city there. The rail network is special, because it's the most well-developed connects. Nelson Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island. Further islands are Marion Island and Prince Eduard Island SOUTH AFRICAS COLONIAL PAST 1652 East India Company salted in Cape Town, first meeting with Khoikhoi 1806: British reoccupy the Cape 1886: Witwatersand gold reef 1834: All slavery in colonies were abolished by British 1880-81, 1899-1902: Boers and British again LANGUAGES - Language diversity contributes to RANBOW NATION - English as the dominant language, because of the media and government, but the minority of the total pop. call English their first language. - Zulu, Xhosa, English (very similar in grammar) -vocabulary stems from Dutch, Malay, Khoisan and Portuguese. STEVE BIKO •honest, conscientious, calm, self-confidend • wanted to change economic patterns and polities in countries dominated by Apartheid • black consciousness was important for him * Black is beautiful". gives hope and unity. (1 • died from brain damage, government said hunger stribe. ↳vident bleedings Describe: -texts & only what you pictures can see! conflict Outline: - relevante Hauptmerkmale -Struktur wie vorgegeben -Keine keine Zitate Wertung, Präsens! 1778-81: Xhosa people clashed w. Boers 1852 treaties w/ British 1910 Union of ABOUT...

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CAPE TOWN • racism, white people privilegs • most unequal city, failed rainbow nation • colonialism, corruption • electricity cut off • particular atmosphere ·•subjugation • propaganda by politics and media • racial segregation 1995: British occupied the Cape Colony 1854. Orange Free State, South African Republic South Africa. Analyse/Exermine: -Text im Detail, Belege, Zeilen, Präsens - Introduction, main part, conclusion ¨. This shows that...”;" to support his argument...". 1803: British reling. control to the Dutch! 1867: discovery of diamonds. comment Skills: Introduction, Lines of argument (my opinion and balance), personal conclusion. on the one hand. On the other hand..." ;,in contrast to A, B... „I rather (dis)agree.."; „finally ..."; Looking at the two sickes, I... APARTHEIT useful phrases: segregation; keep sth/sb apart; seperation; to discriminate against; to deny sb access; to provide separate facilities >Apartheid refers to the segregation of and discrimination against non-white people. The white people and the govern- ment opress the non-whites. Group areas act: >different areas, faicibly, apply permits (interior race), 1950 Bantu authorities Act. → homelands, no citizenship, required passport, no civil rights, 1951 Seperate Representation of lovers act: → seperate voling, only whites representative, black inferior, 1951 SKILLS Types of narrators, point of view. interior monologue (innerer Monolog) Reported thought (erleble Rede) First person/limited p.o.v (Ich-Erz.) Third p. limited narrator/-1 (personal) Stream of consciousness (Bewusstseinsstrom) Third p. omniscient narrator/unlimited pav.) { Intrusive narrator (auktorialer Era comment) Compare: - "show similarities and differences." + Begründungen "equally important"; "identically"; "such as"; "additionally"; "opposite to"; "first, second..."; "with attention to..."; "on the whole..." examples: "In the text from..."; "Next, he/she points out.."; "He also suggests, observes, argues, claims, reports that .... "The author addresses"; "Then he/she describes, shows, underlines... As soon as, once again, further..."