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American Dream

 English Oral Exam
American Dream
-range of hopes and beliefs connected with ideas in the Declaration of Independence (freedom from British

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-American Dream -Two views on the US -Symbols for the American Dream -Pro and Con of the American Dream -Summary -Characterization -Phrases

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English Oral Exam American Dream -range of hopes and beliefs connected with ideas in the Declaration of Independence (freedom from British rule), lured millions of people - concept of a better richer and happier life for all citizens of every rank, depends on the people, work together - everyone has the chance if you have a strong will ("from rags to riches") Two views on the US Ideas of the American Dream - Columbus vision of a paradise -Puritan's hope for religious freedom and independence -immigrants dream of freedom and economic success -hope for equal rights and democracy -land where you can rise on your own merit and be a self-made man -land of unlimited opportunities Pro and Con American Dream Pro Present Day Reality -ruthless exploitation of native Americans -dream is often not fulfilled, no Utopia -immigrants are exploited and live in the shadows -discrimination against minorities Symbols for American Dream Individualism: Concept the way Americans view themselves and are by others, responsibility shaped culture, struggle for freedom Unde Sam: Popular name for American government/people, first derogative way by opponents of war, then bearded man in stars and stripes to recruit volunteers WWI(I) Ellis Island Close to Manhattan, serves as a symbol for immigrants coming to the US,20 million entered through Ellis Island, immigration department moved there Puritans: Religious group/movement of protestants...

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that came to the US, wanted to get rid of the Catholic church, believed in promised land, shaped religion Manifest Destiny: America's mission is to democratize the world and expand their territorium with the frontier Independence Day: 4th July, holiday with parades and firework, symbolic significance, Declaration of Independence was signed New Canaan Hope that America becomes country Moses led people after God told to free the slaves, before he died he could see the promised land Frontier: Border shows where Americans/Europeans lived, edge of settled area, settlement moving to the west to conquer America,now closed, kept alive Stars and Stripes ("Old Glory") American flag, stars and stripes represented founding stateswhite=purity,red-bravery,blue-justice, 50 stars for state, 13 stripes Melting Pot: metaphor, people coming to US and melting to one race, African and Native Americans excluded first, everyone is the same, give up culture and identity Salad Bowl metaphor, don't melt into one society, remain different, although they adapt to the people Multiculturalism: first Canadian and Australian minority policy. people asked for equal rights, became more popular, achieved more rights for minorities -become successful if you work hard (e.g.Bill Gates) -everyone can move up and succeed -Obama, first black president, is an example -free education for everyone, scholarships - ideal to encourage people to give their best - means different things for everybody - various job opportunities -economy gets better since people work harder -youth wants to become successful - not all metropolitan are rich (e.g.Detroit) -slum/dwellings of the lower East Side Contra -If you are not able to work hard le.g.handicapped) you will not receive much financial help -only rich people have a chance, if you are poor it's your fault rich become richer, poor stay poor -high quality schools are expensive -limited chances to climb the career ladder not possible to do every job you want, no job.no money -wide gap between white and people of color -no health insurance Characterization Introduction: title,topic, author,characters name, general statement Main part character trait, behavior,development what can you infer from that, evidence by providing examples Conclusion: Sum up the most important traits Summary Introduction author, title,topic, type of text, date Main part: Relevant facts Conclusion: Sum up Indirect and direct characterization by the author indirect direct 24 appearance (clothing, description in stage physical features, ...) directions telling names language (tone, dialect, body language (mime, gesture, facial expressions, ...) direct by him/herself within the character by another character brave caring voice status behaviour (ideas, thoughts....) considerate desperate confident disappointed Phrases Today I'm going to talk about... Thank you very much for listening I'd like to begin with... Next I'd like to point out... Apart from that... Adjectives for a characterization ambitious cautious condescending experienced humorous /-less compassionate cowardly embarrassed hypocritical arrogant authoritarian cheerful cruel faithful (impolite alliances That does sound good I may be wrong but... Something that needs to be considered is... contrast Xy also seems to be... Xy is portrayed as . Linking words Nevertheless... Therefore... Above all... Quoting We can see this in line... This can be found in line... An example of this is in line... indirect constellation setting Let me finish by saying that... These facts prove that... An example can be... The point I'm trying to make is... Considering the fact that... This is a matter that is constantly being brought up... Although this is..., we mustn't forget that there is also... From what I've noticed, I think... I would like to point out... I can see why you have that impression, however... Wouldn't it be a good idea to... gentle impulsive generous insistent jealous reckless modest ruthless malicious stubbor In the course of the Play He/she undergoes a development In the description the author intends to convey the impression that... This behavior clearly indicates that... Another important character trait is... nasty self-centered obtrusive short-tempered trustworthy touchy unreliable unpleasant uneducated vain

American Dream

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 English Oral Exam
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-American Dream -Two views on the US -Symbols for the American Dream -Pro and Con of the American Dream -Summary -Characterization -Phrases

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English Oral Exam American Dream -range of hopes and beliefs connected with ideas in the Declaration of Independence (freedom from British rule), lured millions of people - concept of a better richer and happier life for all citizens of every rank, depends on the people, work together - everyone has the chance if you have a strong will ("from rags to riches") Two views on the US Ideas of the American Dream - Columbus vision of a paradise -Puritan's hope for religious freedom and independence -immigrants dream of freedom and economic success -hope for equal rights and democracy -land where you can rise on your own merit and be a self-made man -land of unlimited opportunities Pro and Con American Dream Pro Present Day Reality -ruthless exploitation of native Americans -dream is often not fulfilled, no Utopia -immigrants are exploited and live in the shadows -discrimination against minorities Symbols for American Dream Individualism: Concept the way Americans view themselves and are by others, responsibility shaped culture, struggle for freedom Unde Sam: Popular name for American government/people, first derogative way by opponents of war, then bearded man in stars and stripes to recruit volunteers WWI(I) Ellis Island Close to Manhattan, serves as a symbol for immigrants coming to the US,20 million entered through Ellis Island, immigration department moved there Puritans: Religious group/movement of protestants...

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that came to the US, wanted to get rid of the Catholic church, believed in promised land, shaped religion Manifest Destiny: America's mission is to democratize the world and expand their territorium with the frontier Independence Day: 4th July, holiday with parades and firework, symbolic significance, Declaration of Independence was signed New Canaan Hope that America becomes country Moses led people after God told to free the slaves, before he died he could see the promised land Frontier: Border shows where Americans/Europeans lived, edge of settled area, settlement moving to the west to conquer America,now closed, kept alive Stars and Stripes ("Old Glory") American flag, stars and stripes represented founding stateswhite=purity,red-bravery,blue-justice, 50 stars for state, 13 stripes Melting Pot: metaphor, people coming to US and melting to one race, African and Native Americans excluded first, everyone is the same, give up culture and identity Salad Bowl metaphor, don't melt into one society, remain different, although they adapt to the people Multiculturalism: first Canadian and Australian minority policy. people asked for equal rights, became more popular, achieved more rights for minorities -become successful if you work hard (e.g.Bill Gates) -everyone can move up and succeed -Obama, first black president, is an example -free education for everyone, scholarships - ideal to encourage people to give their best - means different things for everybody - various job opportunities -economy gets better since people work harder -youth wants to become successful - not all metropolitan are rich (e.g.Detroit) -slum/dwellings of the lower East Side Contra -If you are not able to work hard le.g.handicapped) you will not receive much financial help -only rich people have a chance, if you are poor it's your fault rich become richer, poor stay poor -high quality schools are expensive -limited chances to climb the career ladder not possible to do every job you want, no job.no money -wide gap between white and people of color -no health insurance Characterization Introduction: title,topic, author,characters name, general statement Main part character trait, behavior,development what can you infer from that, evidence by providing examples Conclusion: Sum up the most important traits Summary Introduction author, title,topic, type of text, date Main part: Relevant facts Conclusion: Sum up Indirect and direct characterization by the author indirect direct 24 appearance (clothing, description in stage physical features, ...) directions telling names language (tone, dialect, body language (mime, gesture, facial expressions, ...) direct by him/herself within the character by another character brave caring voice status behaviour (ideas, thoughts....) considerate desperate confident disappointed Phrases Today I'm going to talk about... Thank you very much for listening I'd like to begin with... Next I'd like to point out... Apart from that... Adjectives for a characterization ambitious cautious condescending experienced humorous /-less compassionate cowardly embarrassed hypocritical arrogant authoritarian cheerful cruel faithful (impolite alliances That does sound good I may be wrong but... Something that needs to be considered is... contrast Xy also seems to be... Xy is portrayed as . Linking words Nevertheless... Therefore... Above all... Quoting We can see this in line... This can be found in line... An example of this is in line... indirect constellation setting Let me finish by saying that... These facts prove that... An example can be... The point I'm trying to make is... Considering the fact that... This is a matter that is constantly being brought up... Although this is..., we mustn't forget that there is also... From what I've noticed, I think... I would like to point out... I can see why you have that impression, however... Wouldn't it be a good idea to... gentle impulsive generous insistent jealous reckless modest ruthless malicious stubbor In the course of the Play He/she undergoes a development In the description the author intends to convey the impression that... This behavior clearly indicates that... Another important character trait is... nasty self-centered obtrusive short-tempered trustworthy touchy unreliable unpleasant uneducated vain