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=> formale hampel: =) Methodil: henve Jilate / Textverneise in AFB I M.M. Obama presented The dlate que 伊 17 Seite 1 S Datum: 01.10. 19 Thema un. Assignment On February 10th, 2007, Barack Obama presented a speech to American people in Springfield, Illinois, in which he specifically addresses the nation's problems during George W. Bush's presidency. speaker criticizes multiple aspects and gives many examples. However, his main argument. is that the government has failed • "to tackle big problems "(1.37). He the under lines this by mentioning that government has been distracted by unimportant issues (cf. 1.34) and has the there fore avoided making hard decisions (cf.35). Mr. Obama specifically hints at Bush's politics by inserting there has been. a "failure of that leadership (1.33), pointing out that he himself does not believe that Bush has been successful as a president; the leader of the nation. Furthermore, Barack Obama lists other topics that need to be changed, in his opinion. These topics include the War on Terror (cf 1.42), health costs (cf. 1.40), poverty (cf.ll. 27 f.) care Konzept und Layout. Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier 2 Sums and how the government has been handling climate change. The speaker up the fifth paragraph of his speech by criticizing that the current leaders of the country do not responsibility for their mistakes. instead, minorities often. take 2. and that get blamed (cf. 11. 45-47). Seite demand for change by making it that these named issues have one Barack Obama justifies his clear been existing for a He lets the listeners know that he believes that something has to be changed now (cf.ll.54...

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f.) by sharing his dissatisfaction with the current political situation. Assignment convince In order to that it is "time to turn the (1.55), Barack Obama makes of many stylistic devices in his speech in Springfield 10th, 2007. plural long time (cf. 11.295.). his listeners page use February 1487 Ifril (are) 17 Wh First of all, it is important that notes his use of the first-person R pronown "we" throughout most (giren) parts of his speech. This creates a feeling of togetherness and the addressed people feel makes like they included in Mr. Obama's goals for the future In addition, this aim at making everyone feel included is supported by the direct address of the listeners in lines 52 and 53. The speaker also manages => Erlaniterungen memorable in line zu metaptionical to make his speech more language fehlen! and in pacting by inserting metaphorical This is first done four with the personification of "[bringing Jan Empire to its knees". language be found in Another example can lines nine and ten, where Barack Sre (as if) (Trays (of) -Z mèro. 2.0.9 roll down Like Seite 3 are 2 Obama includes a simile in his speel that also functions as a contrast; "[...]we heard a King's call to let justice like water, and righteousness a mighty stream". Furthermore. can find metaphorical language in line 51, where the speaker. describes the government as enly they can afford to play". а даме Aside from imagery. Mr Obama also includes parallel sentence structure by using repetitions and 4 Seite One anaphoray throughout his whole speech. example of this is the repeated of the phrase "we've been told" (11.38 f., 1.41,1.44). The speaker also supports his claims with the enumeration of nouns in lines 42 and 43 abstract Here, he mentions "diplomacy, and strategy and foresight" Lastly, he stresses the of his demand for change by continuously using words that support the present tense, such as today (11.12,23). urgency Barack Obama's use of stylistic devices in his address to the nation, underlines his message and makes the whole speech more. SVINDIN convincing memorable and touching to these aspects up. its listeners. To sum it are all supportive of his aim to make. with his belief the nation agree that it is "time to turn the page " (1.55). thr 14 (refer to the wesent) AF8 !!! =) pensen lichte stecamgracure Ir(given/ delivered) susal ("train of throughs" = AFRIV Theux (for) 1E-1/T (overcomming) year 2007, Barack Obama => iufpalcunstellung gives his take beachten: the realization of the American Dream in the present-day United States by making references herfilmungen en lenien to the past and setting goals for verfolgen analytischen the future. лади (Trap (with) rgl. auch O! Assignment In his Announcement for President. way in the 8 S ( remembering the 0. 00 progress be can Seite S Datum: 04.10.49 He begins his speech by genius of our Aside from that, he also mentions other achievements of the nation, including Vix the Great Depression ( in the 1930s (cf. 11.6 f.), the unification. Lafter the Civil War (cf.11.19 f.), or ( even the country's independence in 1776 (cf.14). These examples refer to the American Dream concept of the that challenges can be overcome, be Disters! founders " (1.1), expressing his positive opinion and respect towards the Founding Fathers. can reached. r made and success Obama justifies this success with the belief that people who love their country can change it " (11.446) connecting it to American patriotism. Konzept und Layout Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier Lk eng 12/1.1 Assignments: 1. Theme: American Dream Myth and Reality Text: Barack Obama: Announcement for President (Springfield, February 10th, 2007) Annotations: 1. 5 1.10 1.14 1.14 2. Analyse how Obama tries to convince his listeners that it is "time to turn the page" (1. 55) by examining the rhetorical devices and other techniques of persuasion as well as the content of his speech. [Analysis/AFB II (24 Punkte)] 1. 19 1.21 1.25 1.27 3. Discuss Barack Obama's specific concept of the American Dream against the background of your knowledge about this topic. [Evaluation: comment/AFB III (20 Punkte)] 1. Klausur Point out Barack Obama's demand for change after President George W. Bush's second term in office, and describe his view of current US problems and their causes. [Comprehension/AFB I (16 Punkte)| 1.44 1.52 [135 Min.] Name: secession (n.) righteousness (n.) the quality of being morally right and good unyielding (adj.) - very strong, solid and unlikely to change the chances of something happening odds - 1-10-2019 - petty (adj.) hoax (n.) - - to rally to to come together in order to help or support s.b./s.th. walk of life a person's job or position in society; syn.: social background a war with no end - i.e. the war in Iraq (cp. 1. 48) paycheck (n.) - weekly/monthly letter or note which gives employees the details concerning their pay the fact of an area or group becoming independent from the country or larger group that it belongs to 1.32 sound (adj.) - here: reliable; syn.: sensible 1.32 sensible (adj.) - (of people and their behaviour) able to make good judgements based on reason and experience rather than emotion to distract to take s.b.'s attention away from what they are trying to do 1.34 1.34 small and unimportant 1.41 a trick in which s.b. deliberately tells people s.th. that is not true 1.43 Katrina here: hurricane Katrina, which caused severe damage to New Orleans in August 2005 to mount to increase, to rise access (n.) - here: the opportunity or right to use s.th. or to see s.b./s.th. Answer each assignment separately and support your analysis by quoting from/ referring to the text. Good luck! -1- pas! ✓ 5 10 15 20 present ↓ future 25 Lk eng 12/1.1 1. Klausur [135 Min.] Theme: American Dream - Myth and Reality Barack Obama: Announcement for President (Springfield, 10 February, 2007) 1-10-2019 expresses positive opinion open [...] The genius of our founders is that they designed a system of government that can be changed. And we should take heart, because we've changed this country before. In the face of emotionally involved tyranny, a band of patriots brought an Empire to its knees. In the personal face of secession, we unified a nation and set the captives free. unity and freedom on/anaphate In the face of Depression, we put people back to work and lifted pe hard work gets you out of povert, America's inclusiveness, millions out of poverty. We welcomed immigrants to our shores, we opened railroads to the west, we landed a man on the moon, Manifest Desting, success and we heard a King's call to let justice roll down like water, and simile good righteousness like a mighty stream. and it is time for our generation to answer that call. For that is not changing our unyielding faith - that in the face of impossible odds, people who love their country can change it. first person plural pronoun about Founding Fathers progress Each and every time, a new generation has risen up and formes generations as role models done what's needed to be done. Today we are called once more time, God called by God, biblical reference is there through it patriotism all That's what Abraham Lincoln understood. He had his reference to former US success angphota doubts. He had his defeats. He had his setbacks. But through his challenges can be overcome not only freed Slaves will and his words, he moved a nation and helped free a people. ger It is because of the millions who rallied to his cause that we are anaphora no longer divided, North and South, slave and free. It is because you come from lgender, race ele.) men and women of every race, from every walk of life, equality doesn't matter where to MLK continued to march for freedom long after Lincoln was laid to reference as sth. positive rest, that today we have the chance to face the challenges of this challenges are Americans millennium together, as one people - as Americans. All of us togetherness all a war with no end, a know what those challenges are today dependence on oil that threatens our future, schools where too many children aren't learning, and families struggling paycheck to paycheck despite working as hard as they can. We know the suggesting that the American Dream doesn't always worke D 0 30 40 35 chronic avoidance of tough decisions, our preference for scoring cheap political points instead of rolling up our sleeves and vhearstig building a working consensus to tackle big problems. 45 challenges. We've heard them. We've talked about them for so y that Hose years. challenges have been visible but undanged 55 What's stopped us from meeting these challenges is not the absence of sound policies and sensible plans. What's stopped us is the failure of leadership, the smallness of our politics - the un important ease with which we're distracted by the petty and trivial, our for the Tess priviledged! For the last six years we've been told that our mounting debts don't matter, we've been told that the anxiety Americans stehend feel about rising health care costs and stagnant wages are an illusion, we've been told that climate change is a hoax, and that tough talk and an ill-conceived war can replace diplomacy, and strategy, and foresight. And when all else fails, when Katrina happens, or the death toll in Iraq mounts, we've been told that our crises are somebody else's fault. We're distracted from our real failures, and told to blame the other party, or gay people, or immigrants. Leers Dow fike the smort enes And as people have looked away in disillusionment and frustration, we know what's filled the void. The cynics, and the ma lobbyists, and the special interests who've turned our government into a game only they can afford to play. They write symbol metaphor the checks and you get stuck with the bills, they get the accessitect while you get to write a letter, they think they own this Social government, but we're here today to take it back. The time for that politics is over. It's time to turn the page. [...] responsibility, self-reliance http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,251292,00.html (September 15, 2007) Lk eng 12/1.1 [minileger]³ Barack Obama: Announcement for President, Springfield, Feb. 10th, 2007 [Speech] 1 5 Erwartungshorizont / Bewertungsbogen I. Inhaltliche Leistung [60 Punkte / 40%] Assignment 1: Point out Barack Obama's demand for change... and describe his view Anforderungsbereich 1 [Comprehension] Der Schüler / die Schülerin ... erläutert Obamas Forderung nach Wechsel und Neubeginn mit Bezug auf Ereignisse und Persönlichkeiten der amerikanischen Geschiente (Z. 1-10, 16). d zeigrdie von Obama benannten aktuellen Problembereiche auf, z. B. 3 4 5 Hovery 2 2.3 1. Klausur den Irakkrieg (2.25), die Abhängigkeit von fremden Ölvorräten (Z. 25f.), die finanziellen Probleme vielen Familien (Z. 27f.). führt Gründe für diese Probleme an, z. B. die Führungsschwache der Bush-Regierung (Z. 33). ● Name: ● 1-10-2019 poverty failed PR die Vermeidung entschlossener Entscheidungen (Z. 35f.). führt als weiteren Grund die Beschwichtigungspolitik der Bush-Regierung (Z. 38-47) an, die durch ein Herabspielen der Probleme (z. B. in Bezug auf steigende Gesundheitskosten oder den Klimavandel) von ihrer umstrittenen Politik ablenken erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes Kriterium: Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Assignment 3: Discuss Barack Obama's specific concept of the American Dream ... Punkte Anforderungsbereich III [Comment] Der Schüler/ die Schülerin... mögl. erläutert, welche historisch überlieferten Bestandteile des American Dream sich in Obamas Rede spiegeln und konkretisiert sie. z. B.: Fatlien Gleichheit: Lincoln, Martin Luther King (Z. 16f. /Z. 9/10), Freiheit: welcomed immigrants to our shores (Z. 7). Industrialisierung, technisquer Fortschritt: man on the moon (2.8). Manifest arbeitet des Weiteren die Bestandteile des American Dream heraus, die Obama mit aktuellen Zielvorstellungen verbindet, z. B.: Friedenssicherung: a war with no end (Z. 25). Į mogen maccons Selbstbestimmung, Autonomie: dependence on ou. 25/26), mögl. Punkte Punkte 2. Bildung, Erziehung: schools where too many children aren't learning (Z. 26/27). vergleicht Obamas Interpretation des American Dream mit anderen Varianten, die 3 Bestandteile des American Dream repräsentieren bzw. in Frage stellen (z. B. prosperity. religious freedom ...). responsibility Iself-reliance bewertet zusammenfassend das Besondere an Obamas Konzept des American Dream anch im Vergleich zu anderen Varianten, z. B. hinsichtlich seiner Bedeutung für die Zukunft der 4 amerikanischen Gesellschaft. ... ätigens [recial supports erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes kriterium: contr Summe 3. Teilaufgabe 6 43 4 2 (2) 16 20 10 4 " Founding Fatloss alates 6 patriotique Destiny 62 (paychech) 4 Punkte 3 4 (4) 20 5 - 1 - II. Darstellungsleistung / sprachliche Leistung [90 Punkte / 60%] 1. Kommunikative Textgestaltung Der Prüfling Konkretisierungen 1. Aufgabenbezug richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Aufgabenstellung aus. 2. Textformate beachtet die Konventionen der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. (+) 3. Textaufbau erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten / leserfreundlichen Text, u.a. durch sprach- liche Verknüpfungen und Absätze als erkennbare Sinnabschnitte. 4. Ökonomie *** gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 5. Belegtechnik belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitate, Kommentar Summe 1 (1-5) ny. gra Qrand 0 2. Ausdrucksvermögen / Verfügbarkeit sprachlicher Mittel Der Prüfling 6. Eigenständigkeit löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig. 7. Allgemeiner und thematischer Wortschatz bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatzes. ... 8. Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatz bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatzes. comment Konkretisierungen 3. Sprachrichtigkeit 9. Satzbau bedient sich eines variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbaus. Summe 2 (6-9) Der Prüfling 10 11 12 1-12 #2 beachtet die Normen der sprachlichen Korrektheit Wortschatz Grammatik Orthographie (i.e. Rechtschreibung und Zeichensetzung) Summe 3 (10-12) mögl. 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=> formale hampel: =) Methodil: henve Jilate / Textverneise in AFB I M.M. Obama presented The dlate que 伊 17 Seite 1 S Datum: 01.10. 19 Thema un. Assignment On February 10th, 2007, Barack Obama presented a speech to American people in Springfield, Illinois, in which he specifically addresses the nation's problems during George W. Bush's presidency. speaker criticizes multiple aspects and gives many examples. However, his main argument. is that the government has failed • "to tackle big problems "(1.37). He the under lines this by mentioning that government has been distracted by unimportant issues (cf. 1.34) and has the there fore avoided making hard decisions (cf.35). Mr. Obama specifically hints at Bush's politics by inserting there has been. a "failure of that leadership (1.33), pointing out that he himself does not believe that Bush has been successful as a president; the leader of the nation. Furthermore, Barack Obama lists other topics that need to be changed, in his opinion. These topics include the War on Terror (cf 1.42), health costs (cf. 1.40), poverty (cf.ll. 27 f.) care Konzept und Layout. Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier 2 Sums and how the government has been handling climate change. The speaker up the fifth paragraph of his speech by criticizing that the current leaders of the country do not responsibility for their mistakes. instead, minorities often. take 2. and that get blamed (cf. 11. 45-47). Seite demand for change by making it that these named issues have one Barack Obama justifies his clear been existing for a He lets the listeners know that he believes that something has to be changed now (cf.ll.54...

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f.) by sharing his dissatisfaction with the current political situation. Assignment convince In order to that it is "time to turn the (1.55), Barack Obama makes of many stylistic devices in his speech in Springfield 10th, 2007. plural long time (cf. 11.295.). his listeners page use February 1487 Ifril (are) 17 Wh First of all, it is important that notes his use of the first-person R pronown "we" throughout most (giren) parts of his speech. This creates a feeling of togetherness and the addressed people feel makes like they included in Mr. Obama's goals for the future In addition, this aim at making everyone feel included is supported by the direct address of the listeners in lines 52 and 53. The speaker also manages => Erlaniterungen memorable in line zu metaptionical to make his speech more language fehlen! and in pacting by inserting metaphorical This is first done four with the personification of "[bringing Jan Empire to its knees". language be found in Another example can lines nine and ten, where Barack Sre (as if) (Trays (of) -Z mèro. 2.0.9 roll down Like Seite 3 are 2 Obama includes a simile in his speel that also functions as a contrast; "[...]we heard a King's call to let justice like water, and righteousness a mighty stream". Furthermore. can find metaphorical language in line 51, where the speaker. describes the government as enly they can afford to play". а даме Aside from imagery. Mr Obama also includes parallel sentence structure by using repetitions and 4 Seite One anaphoray throughout his whole speech. example of this is the repeated of the phrase "we've been told" (11.38 f., 1.41,1.44). The speaker also supports his claims with the enumeration of nouns in lines 42 and 43 abstract Here, he mentions "diplomacy, and strategy and foresight" Lastly, he stresses the of his demand for change by continuously using words that support the present tense, such as today (11.12,23). urgency Barack Obama's use of stylistic devices in his address to the nation, underlines his message and makes the whole speech more. SVINDIN convincing memorable and touching to these aspects up. its listeners. To sum it are all supportive of his aim to make. with his belief the nation agree that it is "time to turn the page " (1.55). thr 14 (refer to the wesent) AF8 !!! =) pensen lichte stecamgracure Ir(given/ delivered) susal ("train of throughs" = AFRIV Theux (for) 1E-1/T (overcomming) year 2007, Barack Obama => iufpalcunstellung gives his take beachten: the realization of the American Dream in the present-day United States by making references herfilmungen en lenien to the past and setting goals for verfolgen analytischen the future. лади (Trap (with) rgl. auch O! Assignment In his Announcement for President. way in the 8 S ( remembering the 0. 00 progress be can Seite S Datum: 04.10.49 He begins his speech by genius of our Aside from that, he also mentions other achievements of the nation, including Vix the Great Depression ( in the 1930s (cf. 11.6 f.), the unification. Lafter the Civil War (cf.11.19 f.), or ( even the country's independence in 1776 (cf.14). These examples refer to the American Dream concept of the that challenges can be overcome, be Disters! founders " (1.1), expressing his positive opinion and respect towards the Founding Fathers. can reached. r made and success Obama justifies this success with the belief that people who love their country can change it " (11.446) connecting it to American patriotism. Konzept und Layout Europaschule Troisdorf Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier Lk eng 12/1.1 Assignments: 1. Theme: American Dream Myth and Reality Text: Barack Obama: Announcement for President (Springfield, February 10th, 2007) Annotations: 1. 5 1.10 1.14 1.14 2. Analyse how Obama tries to convince his listeners that it is "time to turn the page" (1. 55) by examining the rhetorical devices and other techniques of persuasion as well as the content of his speech. [Analysis/AFB II (24 Punkte)] 1. 19 1.21 1.25 1.27 3. Discuss Barack Obama's specific concept of the American Dream against the background of your knowledge about this topic. [Evaluation: comment/AFB III (20 Punkte)] 1. Klausur Point out Barack Obama's demand for change after President George W. Bush's second term in office, and describe his view of current US problems and their causes. [Comprehension/AFB I (16 Punkte)| 1.44 1.52 [135 Min.] Name: secession (n.) righteousness (n.) the quality of being morally right and good unyielding (adj.) - very strong, solid and unlikely to change the chances of something happening odds - 1-10-2019 - petty (adj.) hoax (n.) - - to rally to to come together in order to help or support s.b./s.th. walk of life a person's job or position in society; syn.: social background a war with no end - i.e. the war in Iraq (cp. 1. 48) paycheck (n.) - weekly/monthly letter or note which gives employees the details concerning their pay the fact of an area or group becoming independent from the country or larger group that it belongs to 1.32 sound (adj.) - here: reliable; syn.: sensible 1.32 sensible (adj.) - (of people and their behaviour) able to make good judgements based on reason and experience rather than emotion to distract to take s.b.'s attention away from what they are trying to do 1.34 1.34 small and unimportant 1.41 a trick in which s.b. deliberately tells people s.th. that is not true 1.43 Katrina here: hurricane Katrina, which caused severe damage to New Orleans in August 2005 to mount to increase, to rise access (n.) - here: the opportunity or right to use s.th. or to see s.b./s.th. Answer each assignment separately and support your analysis by quoting from/ referring to the text. Good luck! -1- pas! ✓ 5 10 15 20 present ↓ future 25 Lk eng 12/1.1 1. Klausur [135 Min.] Theme: American Dream - Myth and Reality Barack Obama: Announcement for President (Springfield, 10 February, 2007) 1-10-2019 expresses positive opinion open [...] The genius of our founders is that they designed a system of government that can be changed. And we should take heart, because we've changed this country before. In the face of emotionally involved tyranny, a band of patriots brought an Empire to its knees. In the personal face of secession, we unified a nation and set the captives free. unity and freedom on/anaphate In the face of Depression, we put people back to work and lifted pe hard work gets you out of povert, America's inclusiveness, millions out of poverty. We welcomed immigrants to our shores, we opened railroads to the west, we landed a man on the moon, Manifest Desting, success and we heard a King's call to let justice roll down like water, and simile good righteousness like a mighty stream. and it is time for our generation to answer that call. For that is not changing our unyielding faith - that in the face of impossible odds, people who love their country can change it. first person plural pronoun about Founding Fathers progress Each and every time, a new generation has risen up and formes generations as role models done what's needed to be done. Today we are called once more time, God called by God, biblical reference is there through it patriotism all That's what Abraham Lincoln understood. He had his reference to former US success angphota doubts. He had his defeats. He had his setbacks. But through his challenges can be overcome not only freed Slaves will and his words, he moved a nation and helped free a people. ger It is because of the millions who rallied to his cause that we are anaphora no longer divided, North and South, slave and free. It is because you come from lgender, race ele.) men and women of every race, from every walk of life, equality doesn't matter where to MLK continued to march for freedom long after Lincoln was laid to reference as sth. positive rest, that today we have the chance to face the challenges of this challenges are Americans millennium together, as one people - as Americans. All of us togetherness all a war with no end, a know what those challenges are today dependence on oil that threatens our future, schools where too many children aren't learning, and families struggling paycheck to paycheck despite working as hard as they can. We know the suggesting that the American Dream doesn't always worke D 0 30 40 35 chronic avoidance of tough decisions, our preference for scoring cheap political points instead of rolling up our sleeves and vhearstig building a working consensus to tackle big problems. 45 challenges. We've heard them. We've talked about them for so y that Hose years. challenges have been visible but undanged 55 What's stopped us from meeting these challenges is not the absence of sound policies and sensible plans. What's stopped us is the failure of leadership, the smallness of our politics - the un important ease with which we're distracted by the petty and trivial, our for the Tess priviledged! For the last six years we've been told that our mounting debts don't matter, we've been told that the anxiety Americans stehend feel about rising health care costs and stagnant wages are an illusion, we've been told that climate change is a hoax, and that tough talk and an ill-conceived war can replace diplomacy, and strategy, and foresight. And when all else fails, when Katrina happens, or the death toll in Iraq mounts, we've been told that our crises are somebody else's fault. We're distracted from our real failures, and told to blame the other party, or gay people, or immigrants. Leers Dow fike the smort enes And as people have looked away in disillusionment and frustration, we know what's filled the void. The cynics, and the ma lobbyists, and the special interests who've turned our government into a game only they can afford to play. They write symbol metaphor the checks and you get stuck with the bills, they get the accessitect while you get to write a letter, they think they own this Social government, but we're here today to take it back. The time for that politics is over. It's time to turn the page. [...] responsibility, self-reliance http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,251292,00.html (September 15, 2007) Lk eng 12/1.1 [minileger]³ Barack Obama: Announcement for President, Springfield, Feb. 10th, 2007 [Speech] 1 5 Erwartungshorizont / Bewertungsbogen I. Inhaltliche Leistung [60 Punkte / 40%] Assignment 1: Point out Barack Obama's demand for change... and describe his view Anforderungsbereich 1 [Comprehension] Der Schüler / die Schülerin ... erläutert Obamas Forderung nach Wechsel und Neubeginn mit Bezug auf Ereignisse und Persönlichkeiten der amerikanischen Geschiente (Z. 1-10, 16). d zeigrdie von Obama benannten aktuellen Problembereiche auf, z. B. 3 4 5 Hovery 2 2.3 1. Klausur den Irakkrieg (2.25), die Abhängigkeit von fremden Ölvorräten (Z. 25f.), die finanziellen Probleme vielen Familien (Z. 27f.). führt Gründe für diese Probleme an, z. B. die Führungsschwache der Bush-Regierung (Z. 33). ● Name: ● 1-10-2019 poverty failed PR die Vermeidung entschlossener Entscheidungen (Z. 35f.). führt als weiteren Grund die Beschwichtigungspolitik der Bush-Regierung (Z. 38-47) an, die durch ein Herabspielen der Probleme (z. B. in Bezug auf steigende Gesundheitskosten oder den Klimavandel) von ihrer umstrittenen Politik ablenken erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes Kriterium: Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Assignment 3: Discuss Barack Obama's specific concept of the American Dream ... Punkte Anforderungsbereich III [Comment] Der Schüler/ die Schülerin... mögl. erläutert, welche historisch überlieferten Bestandteile des American Dream sich in Obamas Rede spiegeln und konkretisiert sie. z. B.: Fatlien Gleichheit: Lincoln, Martin Luther King (Z. 16f. /Z. 9/10), Freiheit: welcomed immigrants to our shores (Z. 7). Industrialisierung, technisquer Fortschritt: man on the moon (2.8). Manifest arbeitet des Weiteren die Bestandteile des American Dream heraus, die Obama mit aktuellen Zielvorstellungen verbindet, z. B.: Friedenssicherung: a war with no end (Z. 25). Į mogen maccons Selbstbestimmung, Autonomie: dependence on ou. 25/26), mögl. Punkte Punkte 2. Bildung, Erziehung: schools where too many children aren't learning (Z. 26/27). vergleicht Obamas Interpretation des American Dream mit anderen Varianten, die 3 Bestandteile des American Dream repräsentieren bzw. in Frage stellen (z. B. prosperity. religious freedom ...). responsibility Iself-reliance bewertet zusammenfassend das Besondere an Obamas Konzept des American Dream anch im Vergleich zu anderen Varianten, z. B. hinsichtlich seiner Bedeutung für die Zukunft der 4 amerikanischen Gesellschaft. ... ätigens [recial supports erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes kriterium: contr Summe 3. Teilaufgabe 6 43 4 2 (2) 16 20 10 4 " Founding Fatloss alates 6 patriotique Destiny 62 (paychech) 4 Punkte 3 4 (4) 20 5 - 1 - II. Darstellungsleistung / sprachliche Leistung [90 Punkte / 60%] 1. Kommunikative Textgestaltung Der Prüfling Konkretisierungen 1. Aufgabenbezug richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Aufgabenstellung aus. 2. Textformate beachtet die Konventionen der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. (+) 3. Textaufbau erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten / leserfreundlichen Text, u.a. durch sprach- liche Verknüpfungen und Absätze als erkennbare Sinnabschnitte. 4. Ökonomie *** gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 5. Belegtechnik belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitate, Kommentar Summe 1 (1-5) ny. gra Qrand 0 2. Ausdrucksvermögen / Verfügbarkeit sprachlicher Mittel Der Prüfling 6. Eigenständigkeit löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig. 7. Allgemeiner und thematischer Wortschatz bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatzes. ... 8. Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatz bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatzes. comment Konkretisierungen 3. Sprachrichtigkeit 9. Satzbau bedient sich eines variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbaus. Summe 2 (6-9) Der Prüfling 10 11 12 1-12 #2 beachtet die Normen der sprachlichen Korrektheit Wortschatz Grammatik Orthographie (i.e. Rechtschreibung und Zeichensetzung) Summe 3 (10-12) mögl. Punkte 64 6 3 8 6 6 4 30 mögl. Punkte Pkte 8 4 2 6 5 7 mögl. Punkte Pkte 6 4 10 8 30 24 Pkte 12 M 12 M 6 6 30 78 Summe: Darstellungs- und sprachliche Leistung 90 71 - 3-