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American Dream Timeline of USA history 1607: First permanent English settlement at Jamestown 1620: 'Pilgrim Fathers' found colony at Plymouth 1775-1783: 13 colonies fight the War of Independence against Britain 4 July 1776: The Declaration of Independence is signed in Philadelphia 1789: US Constitution goes into effect. The former colonies are now the United States of America 1861-1865: Civil War; slavery ends in the South 1917: USA enters World War I 1919: Women are given the right to vote 1929: Great Depression begins 1941: USA enters World War II following Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 1945: USA drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Cold War begins as USA and Soviet Union emerge as new world powers 1955: Civil Rights Movement begins with the Montgomery (Alabama) bus boycott 1989-199: Cold War ends with collapse of Soviet Union 2001: Terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center 2006: US population reachers 300 million 2008: Financial begins and Barack Obama becomes the first African American president What? Has often used to inspire and motivate Americans to improve themselves and get on life; it has been blamed for creating unrealistic expectations ● America was seen as the land of opportunity, a place of freedom, where a person could become anything they wanted to be. → "The American Dream is that dream of a land in which...

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life should be etter and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement." ● Interpretations of the American Dream Personal dreams: freedom, self-fulfillment, dignity, happiness, fresh start prosperity, success, no poverty, progress Economic dreams: Social dreams: equality, classless society Religious dreams: Political dreams: National identify: religious freedom in a "promised land" in which they were god's chosen people, exceptionalism democracy patriotism, optimism flexibility, hard work, progress Statue of Liberty The statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical statue created by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi near New York. It stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, was inaugurated on October 28, 1886 and is a gift from the French people to the United States. Meaning: Landmark and status symbol of New York. The Statue of Liberty also holds a plaque with the inscription: “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI", which means the date of the American Declaration of Independence (July 4th 1776). vibran Genetic Engineering • direct manipulation of an organism's genes using biotechnology Pros: Able to developing a stronger understanding of life by examining it, and possibly improving it ● Cons: Manipulates the natural product Manipulating God's creature ● • Helps to prevent / cure illnesses possibility of a healthier child (increased life span) Children will be smarter, stronger & better looking ● ● Beim Leben Genetic Engineering ● GM Food A genetically modified food is a food that consists of, contains or has been produced from genetically modified plants, animals or microorganisms. 12 Pros: Bacteria have been modified to produce insulin for medical use Gene is transferred into the plant to be protected ● More risks of geneticists making mistakes Less individuality Cons: Foreign genes in genetic codes ● Plants are checked to make sure they are developing normally and are safe Plant cells that take up the new gene • Improve a specific characteristics Allow people to grown more crops on less land and where it was too dry or salty Crops are grown for new uses MINA Characteristics of plants and animals are artificial, not natural ● A gene gun is used to burn the plant Unnatural process › Crops are made to get more money Health and environment risks, social and economic risks There are not enough tests Designer babies A designer baby is one whose genome has been selected or altered, often to include a specific gene or to remove genes associated with a disease. meiner Schwester XOX Savior siblings Rescue siblings or rescue babies are children who are artificially conceived and selected by their parents in order to help a sick sibling with their appropriate genetic material. These are embryos that have been artificially created from the union of different genetic material. Utopia "An imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect." Definition: Every man has a right to everything Every man has enough money No less care taken of those who were once engaged in labour, but grow afterwards unable to follow Not afraid Society that is created Society is perfect and better than our world Does not exist yet Citizens are free Individuality is wanted optimistic about future society ● Examples: Equality Freedom Health ● ● Dystopia "An imagined state or society in which there is great suffering or injustice." ● Definition: Antithesis of the Utopian society Describes a world that is worse than ours Control of the society Citizens conform to uniform exceptions ● Healthcare Paradise-like Education for everyone Nothing bad Classless Peaceful government ● Utopia & Dystopia Examples: Sickness ● ● No individuality is allowed pessimistic about future society War Poverty Absolute control by the system Dehumanized world • Terrorism Limited freedom Both deal with elements that are not possible today, but they are already imaginable in our everyday life. General information April 1564 in Stratford-Upon-Avon Married in 1582, 3 children - - - Actor & playwright 1594: joined The Lord Chamberlains's Men → become a shareholder - 1610: retired to his hometown - Giant of English literature and poetry - 37 plays →→ three main categories: tragedy, comedy and history 154 sonnets →→ deal primarily with the theme of romantic love Characteristics: - - The Elizabethan Age Elizabeth I "the virgin Queen" Reigned 1558-1603 - the last of the Tudor monarchs Period of relative peace ans prosp Henry VIII made himself Supreme Head of the church in order to divorce his first wife Elizabeth created the church of England or Anglican Church Opposition from Catholics and radical protestants - - - James I Shakespeare - Reigned 1603-1625 Joined the crowns of Scotland and England Was a radical protestant - Religious and political opposition Autocratic approach to monarchy Puritan opposed the crown, became a major political force parliament Parliament: Elizabeth and James were dependent on parliament financially Two chambers: The House of Lords (lords inherited their seats) & The House of Commons (voted) - Plays in blank verse Language: consists of wordplay, stylistic devices, neologism, jokes & puns Scripts: mostly dialogue between multiple characters & soliloquy The Elizabethan world view Hierarchical order of universe - God angels → man → animal → plants → minerals "Great chain of being“ → higher beings had more authority and responsibility than the lower being - God = the ruler of the political world Social order: King / Queen Nights and gentleman the poor - Father head and ruler of the family, women had few rights ● the nobility Shakespearean drama • Themes: Love, hate, revenge, ambition, power & world as a stage Tragedy: follow the downfall of a protagonist's character causes his ruin (Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet) ● ● Guilt recurring theme: experienced by the protagonist as a result of his sinful / unjust actions Historcial plays: Focus: English monarchs offering portrayals of each monarch in agreement with the sentiments of the era (Henry V, Henry VIII and King John) Comedies: Formulaic Shakespeare Complicated plot, an intelligent servant, an ridiculous costumers and props and light- hearted romantic love (As You Like It, A Midsummer Night's Dream) William Shakespeare Romeo und Julia

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American Dream Timeline of USA history 1607: First permanent English settlement at Jamestown 1620: 'Pilgrim Fathers' found colony at Plymouth 1775-1783: 13 colonies fight the War of Independence against Britain 4 July 1776: The Declaration of Independence is signed in Philadelphia 1789: US Constitution goes into effect. The former colonies are now the United States of America 1861-1865: Civil War; slavery ends in the South 1917: USA enters World War I 1919: Women are given the right to vote 1929: Great Depression begins 1941: USA enters World War II following Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 1945: USA drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Cold War begins as USA and Soviet Union emerge as new world powers 1955: Civil Rights Movement begins with the Montgomery (Alabama) bus boycott 1989-199: Cold War ends with collapse of Soviet Union 2001: Terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center 2006: US population reachers 300 million 2008: Financial begins and Barack Obama becomes the first African American president What? Has often used to inspire and motivate Americans to improve themselves and get on life; it has been blamed for creating unrealistic expectations ● America was seen as the land of opportunity, a place of freedom, where a person could become anything they wanted to be. → "The American Dream is that dream of a land in which...

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life should be etter and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement." ● Interpretations of the American Dream Personal dreams: freedom, self-fulfillment, dignity, happiness, fresh start prosperity, success, no poverty, progress Economic dreams: Social dreams: equality, classless society Religious dreams: Political dreams: National identify: religious freedom in a "promised land" in which they were god's chosen people, exceptionalism democracy patriotism, optimism flexibility, hard work, progress Statue of Liberty The statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical statue created by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi near New York. It stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, was inaugurated on October 28, 1886 and is a gift from the French people to the United States. Meaning: Landmark and status symbol of New York. The Statue of Liberty also holds a plaque with the inscription: “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI", which means the date of the American Declaration of Independence (July 4th 1776). vibran Genetic Engineering • direct manipulation of an organism's genes using biotechnology Pros: Able to developing a stronger understanding of life by examining it, and possibly improving it ● Cons: Manipulates the natural product Manipulating God's creature ● • Helps to prevent / cure illnesses possibility of a healthier child (increased life span) Children will be smarter, stronger & better looking ● ● Beim Leben Genetic Engineering ● GM Food A genetically modified food is a food that consists of, contains or has been produced from genetically modified plants, animals or microorganisms. 12 Pros: Bacteria have been modified to produce insulin for medical use Gene is transferred into the plant to be protected ● More risks of geneticists making mistakes Less individuality Cons: Foreign genes in genetic codes ● Plants are checked to make sure they are developing normally and are safe Plant cells that take up the new gene • Improve a specific characteristics Allow people to grown more crops on less land and where it was too dry or salty Crops are grown for new uses MINA Characteristics of plants and animals are artificial, not natural ● A gene gun is used to burn the plant Unnatural process › Crops are made to get more money Health and environment risks, social and economic risks There are not enough tests Designer babies A designer baby is one whose genome has been selected or altered, often to include a specific gene or to remove genes associated with a disease. meiner Schwester XOX Savior siblings Rescue siblings or rescue babies are children who are artificially conceived and selected by their parents in order to help a sick sibling with their appropriate genetic material. These are embryos that have been artificially created from the union of different genetic material. Utopia "An imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect." Definition: Every man has a right to everything Every man has enough money No less care taken of those who were once engaged in labour, but grow afterwards unable to follow Not afraid Society that is created Society is perfect and better than our world Does not exist yet Citizens are free Individuality is wanted optimistic about future society ● Examples: Equality Freedom Health ● ● Dystopia "An imagined state or society in which there is great suffering or injustice." ● Definition: Antithesis of the Utopian society Describes a world that is worse than ours Control of the society Citizens conform to uniform exceptions ● Healthcare Paradise-like Education for everyone Nothing bad Classless Peaceful government ● Utopia & Dystopia Examples: Sickness ● ● No individuality is allowed pessimistic about future society War Poverty Absolute control by the system Dehumanized world • Terrorism Limited freedom Both deal with elements that are not possible today, but they are already imaginable in our everyday life. General information April 1564 in Stratford-Upon-Avon Married in 1582, 3 children - - - Actor & playwright 1594: joined The Lord Chamberlains's Men → become a shareholder - 1610: retired to his hometown - Giant of English literature and poetry - 37 plays →→ three main categories: tragedy, comedy and history 154 sonnets →→ deal primarily with the theme of romantic love Characteristics: - - The Elizabethan Age Elizabeth I "the virgin Queen" Reigned 1558-1603 - the last of the Tudor monarchs Period of relative peace ans prosp Henry VIII made himself Supreme Head of the church in order to divorce his first wife Elizabeth created the church of England or Anglican Church Opposition from Catholics and radical protestants - - - James I Shakespeare - Reigned 1603-1625 Joined the crowns of Scotland and England Was a radical protestant - Religious and political opposition Autocratic approach to monarchy Puritan opposed the crown, became a major political force parliament Parliament: Elizabeth and James were dependent on parliament financially Two chambers: The House of Lords (lords inherited their seats) & The House of Commons (voted) - Plays in blank verse Language: consists of wordplay, stylistic devices, neologism, jokes & puns Scripts: mostly dialogue between multiple characters & soliloquy The Elizabethan world view Hierarchical order of universe - God angels → man → animal → plants → minerals "Great chain of being“ → higher beings had more authority and responsibility than the lower being - God = the ruler of the political world Social order: King / Queen Nights and gentleman the poor - Father head and ruler of the family, women had few rights ● the nobility Shakespearean drama • Themes: Love, hate, revenge, ambition, power & world as a stage Tragedy: follow the downfall of a protagonist's character causes his ruin (Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet) ● ● Guilt recurring theme: experienced by the protagonist as a result of his sinful / unjust actions Historcial plays: Focus: English monarchs offering portrayals of each monarch in agreement with the sentiments of the era (Henry V, Henry VIII and King John) Comedies: Formulaic Shakespeare Complicated plot, an intelligent servant, an ridiculous costumers and props and light- hearted romantic love (As You Like It, A Midsummer Night's Dream) William Shakespeare Romeo und Julia