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E/EF Name: Inhaltliche Leistung (comprehension) Teilaufgabe 1 Teilaufgabe 2 (analysis) Anforderung 1 Introductory sentence: author's name, title of the article etc. 2 Mögliche zu nennende Aspekte A university student (Rutgers University) took his life Tyler Clementi was a violinist, and gay rights activist ● bullying is no longer private photos and videos can embarrass drastically you can bully someone anonymously people forget the difference between private and public 1 2 Teilaufgabe (comment) 3 4 1 2 ● ● ● ● Erwartungshorizont / exam No. 1 ● Anforderung Formuliert einen Einleitungssatz, der nicht dem der Summary entspricht Mögliche zu nennende Aspekte: ● quotations of experts (Parry Aftab I. 7-8): gives the text credibility; experts provide insider knowledge quotations of people being involved (Lauren Felton I. 15-16): gives the text credibility, arouses the readers' pity facts and figures (I. 18-20): back up the argument, convinces and shocks emotive words powerful adjectives that connote fear and terror shocking (1.1), alarming (1.2), cruel (1.3), vengeful (1.4) strong verbs tormenting (I. 2), shocked and disturbed (1.14), teasing, harassing, intimidating (I. 19-20) that underline the cruelty of the tormentors and the suffering of the victims ● ● September 2020 climax/exaggeration/hyperbole cruel gossip can make their way from schoolyard or dorm around the world (1. 4-5) ● enumeration "teasing, harassing or intimidating" (I. 19-20) imagery "blurred the line" (1.24) metaphor: "jump on because they don't want to be the next target" (1.27) examples: show the variety of cases in which young people do not know another way out. Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Anforderung sinnvoller...

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Aufbau der Argumente Punkte Bezieht sich auf die Argumente des Artikels (public vs. private reality, gay people as a target for sexual harassment, 12 cases of suicide) Formuliert einen Schluss und bezieht sich dabei auf das Ergebnis der Analyse Summe 2. Teilaufgabe 313 8/13 /16 Punkte 1/3 11/16 3/ را /2 AY/24 Punkte 8/10 Bezieht begründet Stellung und bezieht sich dabei auf weitere Beispiele (z.B, 8/10 auch aus dem Unterricht) Summe 3. Teilaufgabe S/20 DARSTELLUNGSLEISTUNG/SPRACHLICHE LEISTUNG Die Schülerin / Der Schüler.. Kommunikative Textgestaltung 1234 5 Ausdrucksver- mögen 6 7 8 9 Sprach- richtigkeit richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Aufgabenstellung aus. beachtet die konventionen der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten Text. 10 NOTE: gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. SUMMARY ANALYSIS COMMENT belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitaten. löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig. bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatzes. *** bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatzes. DARSTELLUNGSLEISTUNG GESAMTSUMME ALLER PUNKTE: bedient sich eines variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbaus. -Orthographie -Grammatik -Wortschatz Note sehr gut plus gut minus sehr gut seht gut minus gut plus gut gut minus befriedigend plus befriedigend 11 /16 49/24 AS/20 68/90 409/150 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 Punkte Erreichte Punktzahl 15 143-150 135-142 128-134 120-127 113-119 105-112 98-104 90-97 DATUM/UNTERSCHRIFT: Note Summe befriedigend minus ausreichend plus ausreichend ausreichend minus mangelhaft plus mangelhaft mangelhaft minus ungenügend Summe 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Punkte 316 4/6 718 1/6 2/4 23/30 616 5 18 516 8/10 21/30 8/10 8/10 8/10 Summe 1/30 07.10.20 Punkte Erreichte Punktzahl 7 83-89 75-82 68-74 58-67 49-57 40-48 30-39 0-29 5 10 English EF / Exam No. 1/21 September 2020 The Digital Age/name: 15 NJ students's suicide illustrates Internet danger The Washington Post/1st October 2010 by GEOFF MULVIHILL and SAMANTHA HENRY PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) - The shocking suicide of a college student whose sex life was broadcast over the Web illustrates yet again the Internet's alarming potential as a means of tormenting others and raises questions whether young people in the age of Twitter and Facebook can even distinguish public from private. Cruel gossip and vengeful acts once confined to the schoolyard or the dorm can now make their way around the world instantly via the Internet, along with photos and live video. racksuchtig "It's just a matter of when the next suicide's going to hit, when the next attack's going to hit," said Parry Aftab, a New Jersey lawyer who runs the website WiredSafety. importans/curent Last week, Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge after his roommate and another classmate allegedly used a webcam to secretly broadcast his dorm oom sexual encounters with another man. The two classmates have been charged¹ with invasion of privacy, with the most serious charges carrying2 up to five years in prison. indet sofanding example/explaintation of The suicide of Clementi, a shy, gifted 18-year-old violinist, shocked and disturbed gay rights activists and others on campus. "Had he been in bed with a woman, this would not have happened," said Rutgers student cast, and his prived Lauren Felton, 21, of Warren, N. J. "He wouldn't have been outed via an online broadcast, and his privacy would have been respected and he might still have his life." The impact of Internet an The Associated Press found at least 12 cases in the U.S. since 2003 in which children and young adults between 11 and 18 killed themselves after falling victim to some form of "cyber-bullying" - teasing, harassing or intimidating with pictures or words disturbed online or via text message. (...) 20 La more incidents daily important sth Gregory Jantz, founder of A Place of Hope, a Seattle mental health care centre, said young people who use the internet to spread something damaging about others often don't realize how hurtful it can be because many of them have grown up in a world that has blurred the line between public and private. 25 "Our kids are in a different zone now," Jantz said. Aftab said young people who would never bully someone face to face do it online in part because of the often-false sense of anonymity that the Internet provides¹. "They'll also jump on because they don't want to be the next target," Aftab said. Your tasks: tro saving his self being culprit 1. Describe in what way the Internet has changed the age-old problem of bullying. (Summary) 2. Identify and explain the means the authors use to convey their attitude. Consider rhetorical and stylistic devices as well as their line of argument. Focus on three aspects only. (Analysis) Remember to identify the devices, give an example from the text, and explain its function and effect. 3. Are there more dangers or more benefits for young people when using social media? Discuss. (Comment) consideration - Rücksicht 1 2 3 4 to charge so. with sth. = here: jdn. wegen einer Sache anklagen here: nach sich ziehen to carry a world that has blurred the line between public and private = a world where you can no longer tell the difference between public and private to provide sth. = to make sth. available = C EF (1) 1. Exam - English - by ' The newspaper article " NJ students's suicide illustrates Internet danger written by geoff Mulvifull and Samantha Henry and published in the Washington Post on 1 October 2010 deals with the dangerous consequenses of the anonymity in Social media and the internet. ✓ Z. with a guy without his consent, X F:are (Phral) According to the authors is cyber-bullying and the anonymity in social media. a big problem with dis- astrous consequences. The author points out the missing consideration and sensitivity, 2 (no comma because of the abuse of before because anonymity on the internet. They emphasize the disas- trous consequences of these. For example the suicide of a college student, because s.o. of his outing on the internet with a sexual video of him 21.09.20 W: wan Please be more precise! (Shil) @ In the following i will analyse the article, NJ students's Suicide illustrates internet danger " written by Geoff Mulvihill and Samantha Henry. avoid "I" 5. Aufgabe onthors 'attitude ? and intro- 2 At the beginning the authors give an overview duce the incident. This helps the reader to understand. the article and have a foresight about the topic. Additionally it prepares the reader emotionally. After the introduction, they present the view of rexpert, a lawyer, to show the importance and the contem- porary relevance. At the next *(cf.11. 6.g.) they explain the story of the incident (cf. 11. 9-12), for a better understanding of this incident. It is easier for the reader to understand, why the student has done. suicide. In Addition they show the Homophobia on the internet and present the opinion of a gay rights activist to underline Dot. *' "(cf. 11. 1-5) explain! 3 Det. What is his view ? his S-O. LO. Explain! Wi Next, perward. C W: committed R h context missing Ⓒ ● *What is their their own opinion. (cf. 11. 14-17) opinion! Further they point out more cases and suicide, because I of cyber-bullying to emphasize 6. the importance again and let the reader think about this topic. (cf. 11. 18ff.) Moreover they explain the reason of this abuse of anonymity, often in the younger generations, and why this espacilly is a big problem online. They use the opinion/ view of Aftab, no alternatives, please a lawyer, to make it more what? credible. Furthermore they explain that many mobbers W. bullies. and culprits want to save hisself for from being a Sacrifice and bully others. because of that. (cf. 1.27) R dangers of of using social media for younger people. Pron: themselves Conclusion P missing! (3) Nowadays more and more people are using social media. In the following Dwill comment √ the benefits and You S.O. Social media is a great plattform to find new friends, & share your interests R 3

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E/EF Name: Inhaltliche Leistung (comprehension) Teilaufgabe 1 Teilaufgabe 2 (analysis) Anforderung 1 Introductory sentence: author's name, title of the article etc. 2 Mögliche zu nennende Aspekte A university student (Rutgers University) took his life Tyler Clementi was a violinist, and gay rights activist ● bullying is no longer private photos and videos can embarrass drastically you can bully someone anonymously people forget the difference between private and public 1 2 Teilaufgabe (comment) 3 4 1 2 ● ● ● ● Erwartungshorizont / exam No. 1 ● Anforderung Formuliert einen Einleitungssatz, der nicht dem der Summary entspricht Mögliche zu nennende Aspekte: ● quotations of experts (Parry Aftab I. 7-8): gives the text credibility; experts provide insider knowledge quotations of people being involved (Lauren Felton I. 15-16): gives the text credibility, arouses the readers' pity facts and figures (I. 18-20): back up the argument, convinces and shocks emotive words powerful adjectives that connote fear and terror shocking (1.1), alarming (1.2), cruel (1.3), vengeful (1.4) strong verbs tormenting (I. 2), shocked and disturbed (1.14), teasing, harassing, intimidating (I. 19-20) that underline the cruelty of the tormentors and the suffering of the victims ● ● September 2020 climax/exaggeration/hyperbole cruel gossip can make their way from schoolyard or dorm around the world (1. 4-5) ● enumeration "teasing, harassing or intimidating" (I. 19-20) imagery "blurred the line" (1.24) metaphor: "jump on because they don't want to be the next target" (1.27) examples: show the variety of cases in which young people do not know another way out. Summe 1. Teilaufgabe Anforderung sinnvoller...

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Aufbau der Argumente Punkte Bezieht sich auf die Argumente des Artikels (public vs. private reality, gay people as a target for sexual harassment, 12 cases of suicide) Formuliert einen Schluss und bezieht sich dabei auf das Ergebnis der Analyse Summe 2. Teilaufgabe 313 8/13 /16 Punkte 1/3 11/16 3/ را /2 AY/24 Punkte 8/10 Bezieht begründet Stellung und bezieht sich dabei auf weitere Beispiele (z.B, 8/10 auch aus dem Unterricht) Summe 3. Teilaufgabe S/20 DARSTELLUNGSLEISTUNG/SPRACHLICHE LEISTUNG Die Schülerin / Der Schüler.. Kommunikative Textgestaltung 1234 5 Ausdrucksver- mögen 6 7 8 9 Sprach- richtigkeit richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Aufgabenstellung aus. beachtet die konventionen der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten Text. 10 NOTE: gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. SUMMARY ANALYSIS COMMENT belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitaten. löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig. bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatzes. *** bedient sich eines sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Textbesprechungs- und Textproduktionswortschatzes. DARSTELLUNGSLEISTUNG GESAMTSUMME ALLER PUNKTE: bedient sich eines variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbaus. -Orthographie -Grammatik -Wortschatz Note sehr gut plus gut minus sehr gut seht gut minus gut plus gut gut minus befriedigend plus befriedigend 11 /16 49/24 AS/20 68/90 409/150 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 Punkte Erreichte Punktzahl 15 143-150 135-142 128-134 120-127 113-119 105-112 98-104 90-97 DATUM/UNTERSCHRIFT: Note Summe befriedigend minus ausreichend plus ausreichend ausreichend minus mangelhaft plus mangelhaft mangelhaft minus ungenügend Summe 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Punkte 316 4/6 718 1/6 2/4 23/30 616 5 18 516 8/10 21/30 8/10 8/10 8/10 Summe 1/30 07.10.20 Punkte Erreichte Punktzahl 7 83-89 75-82 68-74 58-67 49-57 40-48 30-39 0-29 5 10 English EF / Exam No. 1/21 September 2020 The Digital Age/name: 15 NJ students's suicide illustrates Internet danger The Washington Post/1st October 2010 by GEOFF MULVIHILL and SAMANTHA HENRY PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) - The shocking suicide of a college student whose sex life was broadcast over the Web illustrates yet again the Internet's alarming potential as a means of tormenting others and raises questions whether young people in the age of Twitter and Facebook can even distinguish public from private. Cruel gossip and vengeful acts once confined to the schoolyard or the dorm can now make their way around the world instantly via the Internet, along with photos and live video. racksuchtig "It's just a matter of when the next suicide's going to hit, when the next attack's going to hit," said Parry Aftab, a New Jersey lawyer who runs the website WiredSafety. importans/curent Last week, Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge after his roommate and another classmate allegedly used a webcam to secretly broadcast his dorm oom sexual encounters with another man. The two classmates have been charged¹ with invasion of privacy, with the most serious charges carrying2 up to five years in prison. indet sofanding example/explaintation of The suicide of Clementi, a shy, gifted 18-year-old violinist, shocked and disturbed gay rights activists and others on campus. "Had he been in bed with a woman, this would not have happened," said Rutgers student cast, and his prived Lauren Felton, 21, of Warren, N. J. "He wouldn't have been outed via an online broadcast, and his privacy would have been respected and he might still have his life." The impact of Internet an The Associated Press found at least 12 cases in the U.S. since 2003 in which children and young adults between 11 and 18 killed themselves after falling victim to some form of "cyber-bullying" - teasing, harassing or intimidating with pictures or words disturbed online or via text message. (...) 20 La more incidents daily important sth Gregory Jantz, founder of A Place of Hope, a Seattle mental health care centre, said young people who use the internet to spread something damaging about others often don't realize how hurtful it can be because many of them have grown up in a world that has blurred the line between public and private. 25 "Our kids are in a different zone now," Jantz said. Aftab said young people who would never bully someone face to face do it online in part because of the often-false sense of anonymity that the Internet provides¹. "They'll also jump on because they don't want to be the next target," Aftab said. Your tasks: tro saving his self being culprit 1. Describe in what way the Internet has changed the age-old problem of bullying. (Summary) 2. Identify and explain the means the authors use to convey their attitude. Consider rhetorical and stylistic devices as well as their line of argument. Focus on three aspects only. (Analysis) Remember to identify the devices, give an example from the text, and explain its function and effect. 3. Are there more dangers or more benefits for young people when using social media? Discuss. (Comment) consideration - Rücksicht 1 2 3 4 to charge so. with sth. = here: jdn. wegen einer Sache anklagen here: nach sich ziehen to carry a world that has blurred the line between public and private = a world where you can no longer tell the difference between public and private to provide sth. = to make sth. available = C EF (1) 1. Exam - English - by ' The newspaper article " NJ students's suicide illustrates Internet danger written by geoff Mulvifull and Samantha Henry and published in the Washington Post on 1 October 2010 deals with the dangerous consequenses of the anonymity in Social media and the internet. ✓ Z. with a guy without his consent, X F:are (Phral) According to the authors is cyber-bullying and the anonymity in social media. a big problem with dis- astrous consequences. The author points out the missing consideration and sensitivity, 2 (no comma because of the abuse of before because anonymity on the internet. They emphasize the disas- trous consequences of these. For example the suicide of a college student, because s.o. of his outing on the internet with a sexual video of him 21.09.20 W: wan Please be more precise! (Shil) @ In the following i will analyse the article, NJ students's Suicide illustrates internet danger " written by Geoff Mulvihill and Samantha Henry. avoid "I" 5. Aufgabe onthors 'attitude ? and intro- 2 At the beginning the authors give an overview duce the incident. This helps the reader to understand. the article and have a foresight about the topic. Additionally it prepares the reader emotionally. After the introduction, they present the view of rexpert, a lawyer, to show the importance and the contem- porary relevance. At the next *(cf.11. 6.g.) they explain the story of the incident (cf. 11. 9-12), for a better understanding of this incident. It is easier for the reader to understand, why the student has done. suicide. In Addition they show the Homophobia on the internet and present the opinion of a gay rights activist to underline Dot. *' "(cf. 11. 1-5) explain! 3 Det. What is his view ? his S-O. LO. Explain! Wi Next, perward. C W: committed R h context missing Ⓒ ● *What is their their own opinion. (cf. 11. 14-17) opinion! Further they point out more cases and suicide, because I of cyber-bullying to emphasize 6. the importance again and let the reader think about this topic. (cf. 11. 18ff.) Moreover they explain the reason of this abuse of anonymity, often in the younger generations, and why this espacilly is a big problem online. They use the opinion/ view of Aftab, no alternatives, please a lawyer, to make it more what? credible. Furthermore they explain that many mobbers W. bullies. and culprits want to save hisself for from being a Sacrifice and bully others. because of that. (cf. 1.27) R dangers of of using social media for younger people. Pron: themselves Conclusion P missing! (3) Nowadays more and more people are using social media. In the following Dwill comment √ the benefits and You S.O. Social media is a great plattform to find new friends, & share your interests R 3