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Teil A I Outline... Einleitung: -state bibliographical information (title, author, type of text, date of publishing) and topic use an expressive verb to point out the topic Analysis Article The given feature article "(title)" was written by (author) and published on the website of the British newspaper on (e.g. 16 July 2010). It critically examines the impact of digital communication on young people's lives and development. Hauptteil: - focus on the mein ideas and how they are connected. - Make sure text has a clear structure your - summarise each paragraph in 1-3 sentences II Anclyse how.... 1. Introduction - At the beginning it is started that the majority... Andlyse how the author uses communicative strategies to present his views on teenagos 'use of technology... - intention effect on the reader - many / few communicative strategies → effect on the reader addressees The intention of the given text is to inform the reader about how and why teenagers use communication technology's in their everyday lives and how it affects their development. The author employs a range of communicative strategies to explain what makes digital communication attractive for young people, but he also presents potential disadvantages. He mainly addresses adult readers who are prejudices against teenagern phone usage. 2. Main body Analyse a communicative strategie - siehe Arbeitsblatt zu. Communicative strategies" Identify In 1.1-9 the author quotes three teenagers who...

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share their personal experience and opinions about using mobile phones to communicate. Explain + quote When the 16-year-old Philippa says that she could rather" give up (...) a kidney than [her] phone " (1.1), it becomes clear that mobile phones play a vital role in teenagers' lives. (3) Effect The adcH reader is shocked by this statement and wants to find out why this is the case, why teenagers seem to be addicted to their phones. 1 Useful vocabulary for the analysis of non-fictional texts Intention State the intention of the writer, e.g. to 6 ● ● inform the readers about give a balanced account of... Ausgewogene Darstellung give a one-sided / biased account of... Voreingenommene Darstellung persuade the readers of his view that ... überzeugen ch convince the readers of the risks / benefits of... raise awareness for / against ... Bewusstsein wecken Analyse the communicative strategies: 1. identify it 2. explain it with the help of a specific example / quotation 3. point out its effect on the reader Communicative strategies use personal pronouns, Personal Pronomen directly address the reader ask rhetorical questions use a formal / informal / colloquial register word choice: use a lot of adjectives with positive / negative connotations use striking adverbs / nouns affällig present facts and statistics refer to research Forschung = research quote experts give examples kurze Lebensgeschichte include (personal) stories and fanecdotes] add quotations from people who have made personal experiences with the issue use contrast compare. ... with ... include metaphors and images Effect on the reader establish a relationship to the reader eine Beziehung aufbauen involve the reader make the reader think about the issue appeal to a wide readership / educated Leserschaft ansprechen readers / young people, .. evoke positive / negative associations hervorrufen -evoke shock the reader emphasize a point, betonen make an issue appear urgent dringend add validity make an argument believable illustrate a point personalize an issue petonen emphasize the difference between ... and ... place an issue, in a wider context evoke connotations / associations of .... 3. Conclusion All in all it can be stated that adult readers are informed about the matter and based on that they will be able to understand the younger generation an their communication behavior better III Letter to the editor (Leserbrief) 1. Introduction - include formal salutation Sir, /Madam, name the article I am writing in response to your article ". "6 - refer to the writer's view and your one-sided position In your article "...", you claim that... I would like to point out that I absolutely agree/disagree with you. 2. Main part - concise account of the main idea of the writers argument you comment on In your first/second/third argument you claim/state/argue/maintain/support the idea/put forward the argument/deny the fact/contradict the opinion that. agree the writer's orgument. You are absolutely right when you say... I totally agree that... -disagree the writer's argument. Although I understand why... I think you are mistaken if you believe... - support your own argument with evidence - go beyond the article to explain why you share/oppose the author's point of view 3. Conclusion - end with conclusion. All in all,.../In conclusion,.. This is why I hope you will be drawing attention to... - close the letter by writing your name Mai Ly Le Duisburg, Germany Teil B Mediction - most important information Dear John,... How r u doing? I've read your e-mail about your school project. I think I can help you because I just read a study about how teenagers in Germany.... I hope you can make use of this information and it will help you with your project. Yours Mai Ly

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Teil A I Outline... Einleitung: -state bibliographical information (title, author, type of text, date of publishing) and topic use an expressive verb to point out the topic Analysis Article The given feature article "(title)" was written by (author) and published on the website of the British newspaper on (e.g. 16 July 2010). It critically examines the impact of digital communication on young people's lives and development. Hauptteil: - focus on the mein ideas and how they are connected. - Make sure text has a clear structure your - summarise each paragraph in 1-3 sentences II Anclyse how.... 1. Introduction - At the beginning it is started that the majority... Andlyse how the author uses communicative strategies to present his views on teenagos 'use of technology... - intention effect on the reader - many / few communicative strategies → effect on the reader addressees The intention of the given text is to inform the reader about how and why teenagers use communication technology's in their everyday lives and how it affects their development. The author employs a range of communicative strategies to explain what makes digital communication attractive for young people, but he also presents potential disadvantages. He mainly addresses adult readers who are prejudices against teenagern phone usage. 2. Main body Analyse a communicative strategie - siehe Arbeitsblatt zu. Communicative strategies" Identify In 1.1-9 the author quotes three teenagers who...

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share their personal experience and opinions about using mobile phones to communicate. Explain + quote When the 16-year-old Philippa says that she could rather" give up (...) a kidney than [her] phone " (1.1), it becomes clear that mobile phones play a vital role in teenagers' lives. (3) Effect The adcH reader is shocked by this statement and wants to find out why this is the case, why teenagers seem to be addicted to their phones. 1 Useful vocabulary for the analysis of non-fictional texts Intention State the intention of the writer, e.g. to 6 ● ● inform the readers about give a balanced account of... Ausgewogene Darstellung give a one-sided / biased account of... Voreingenommene Darstellung persuade the readers of his view that ... überzeugen ch convince the readers of the risks / benefits of... raise awareness for / against ... Bewusstsein wecken Analyse the communicative strategies: 1. identify it 2. explain it with the help of a specific example / quotation 3. point out its effect on the reader Communicative strategies use personal pronouns, Personal Pronomen directly address the reader ask rhetorical questions use a formal / informal / colloquial register word choice: use a lot of adjectives with positive / negative connotations use striking adverbs / nouns affällig present facts and statistics refer to research Forschung = research quote experts give examples kurze Lebensgeschichte include (personal) stories and fanecdotes] add quotations from people who have made personal experiences with the issue use contrast compare. ... with ... include metaphors and images Effect on the reader establish a relationship to the reader eine Beziehung aufbauen involve the reader make the reader think about the issue appeal to a wide readership / educated Leserschaft ansprechen readers / young people, .. evoke positive / negative associations hervorrufen -evoke shock the reader emphasize a point, betonen make an issue appear urgent dringend add validity make an argument believable illustrate a point personalize an issue petonen emphasize the difference between ... and ... place an issue, in a wider context evoke connotations / associations of .... 3. Conclusion All in all it can be stated that adult readers are informed about the matter and based on that they will be able to understand the younger generation an their communication behavior better III Letter to the editor (Leserbrief) 1. Introduction - include formal salutation Sir, /Madam, name the article I am writing in response to your article ". "6 - refer to the writer's view and your one-sided position In your article "...", you claim that... I would like to point out that I absolutely agree/disagree with you. 2. Main part - concise account of the main idea of the writers argument you comment on In your first/second/third argument you claim/state/argue/maintain/support the idea/put forward the argument/deny the fact/contradict the opinion that. agree the writer's orgument. You are absolutely right when you say... I totally agree that... -disagree the writer's argument. Although I understand why... I think you are mistaken if you believe... - support your own argument with evidence - go beyond the article to explain why you share/oppose the author's point of view 3. Conclusion - end with conclusion. All in all,.../In conclusion,.. This is why I hope you will be drawing attention to... - close the letter by writing your name Mai Ly Le Duisburg, Germany Teil B Mediction - most important information Dear John,... How r u doing? I've read your e-mail about your school project. I think I can help you because I just read a study about how teenagers in Germany.... I hope you can make use of this information and it will help you with your project. Yours Mai Ly