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The cartoon is very effective in his presentation,
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more accepted in the society. They are
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The cartoon is very effective in his presentation,
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more accepted in the society. They are
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The cartoon is very effective in his presentation,
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more accepted in the society. They are
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on more accepted in the society. They are part of America and belong there. gutt its The cartoon is very effective in his presentation, because the statue of Liberty is a synt. symbolizes freedom and liberty. So the small man telling the statue that she's not ly world-wide welcome, and (also "narrow-minded") -minded welcome welcomed here can't be taken serious... 3 All in all America is a country with lots of people of different origin, but that! So the cartoonist wants to make US of the fact that immigrants should be more accepted in the society. Mestation an quti! They have always been part of the United 4 States and will always be part of the if they United States. It's up to the people to accept that or not.. T R aware AG: adj. AG: adv. ho Giart. G: no art. S.O. R AZ s.a. AZ s.o. A AG In my opinion, Donald Tromp should "mainly consists !! accept the fact that America A is full the descendants of former. of forme immigrants and people with of immigrants - i.e. people of different origins! different origins. And should be (remember) aware membus of the fact that his family were also former immigrants. wall the fence is a 2s So all in all idea of the new presidurt very stopia A 2) cartoon ) published in The cartoon ( Bad News Lady...." from the in deals with the topic of Z and the immigrants Detroit Free Press from 1993 refers to immigration. in the United States.. A Gill-nang on the left hand side) there is the Lady of Liberty" [f]...

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Liberty, holding a torch in the air or "the Statue for guiding the immigrants to the America. AZ: at the top of the line Lipren. R a book at The statue too is looking down to a AZ AR: apostrophe Man a shocked standing beside her. (with with the lo facial expression. The statuels eyes are opened? L open we can infer that I we understand that wider; sor Lady liberty liberty seems to be shocked. a small man standing on the right- There is briefcase hand side, with a bag in his hand. The Immigration and the label man is probably from the Naturalization Service, because on his bag. reads (=lautet there, is In her left hand she is holding No one The Small man "her" and talking to the statue. AR: nationality can is talking to looking up to The speech 77 ( R 2 AZso babble contains the sentence & Bad News Lady... See the label !" INS". "wide open") at the statue We've discovered that not only have illegal aliens been watching your children bot you're a Ffrends national without a green card". also (So the man comes across in is saying f because he complaining that the statue isn't allowed to stay there because has she hasn't got a green card. So the statue is an a the cartoonist wants to wake of aware of the fact that immigrants should to ] wa a negative light Bz illegal immigrant, The Donald Trump's idea и The idea of Donald Tromp to build zshg? wall along the hundreds of miles of the US- Mexican border is a very bad idea. * Donald Tramp isn't a immigrants. a friend of thes But immigration has always been part of the United States of America. In America, there are [Living] people from different countries. Tame. The America. There isn't a spectat form] G istr gist of There real pure isn't A American Nation consists of in the 18th and 19th century make up / form came these (former) The All immigrants together boilet this special American identity, like the idea of e America is a AGS-genitive with people AR Z: defirel.el. A discrimination. (1 R self relignce, and the responsibility for one's own ARS.O. fate. All in all, they built the famerican nation. AL They American. The Awho AR: nation- ality ALIG: who" for people immigrants wkt ZDR society a multicultural country and Donald Troup has to accept that fact! u ALSO A To think that I I nobody should be discriminated because of his origin. lots of people 4 ng origin living in the Ust and they are accepted. So building a fence along the There are Ⓡu border would be the Mexican-Americans welcomed in an huge act of I think that none of Still AG: SB: mid-pos. 4Z. No comma before the conjunction "that"(=dass) • of A Mexican 4 Liprep. L would feel RIG wall is/ were America if this fence [croute bel boilt. AG: No "would" or "will" in 7 Pre to my opinion Donald Tromp should if-clauses! fiy gurtig accent that Source: Newsweek, December 5, 1994 Source: Detroit Free Press, 1993 Boulder Camera 5/22/07 COPLEY NEWS SERVICE ber SHERFUSE IT'S TIME TO RECLAIM AMERICA FROM ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS! = get ath. bach ON A TEMPORARY BASIS KEEP THE REST OF SKILLED WORKERS "Give me your tired, your poor, AFTER EIGHT YEARS Send these, the BAD NEWS, LADY WE'VE DISCOVERED THAT NOT ONLY HAVE ILLEGAL ALIENS BEEN WATCHING YOUR CHILDREN, BUT YOU'RE ALSO A FRENCH NATIONAL WITHOUT A GREEN CARD! } I'LL HELP YOU PACK. INS BE PART OF A Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, PERMANENT PLEASE UNDERCLASS homeless, HEALTHY ON The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. BulDay BACK TO THEIR HOME COUNTRY tempest-test to me, TO APPLY FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE I lift my lamp beside the golder door!" 370 MILES OF SEARCHLIGHT BORDER FENCE! 1) The text from history on the net", 4 April from the 8th of april 2014, entered of on 4 AR:name of month see R25 in your OALD "Writing and saying dates" deals. Destiny. Manifest Desting means that the Americans take possession of have the god-given right to own the whole continent. Christopher Columbus and the Spanish monarchs are the developers of Manifest Desting as a concept. mon. Also any act of colonisation quti Settlement at also be considered the expense of another and with the concept of the Manifest NJ before A "that "(= dass) or where it has been left out. Z ASB St mid-position can is an expression of Manifest Desting. but only buy 160 acres of plains land, agreed to live there if they build a house on it and stay five for Tat least 5 years. race The Manifest Desting is the leading light AR. name JAG = no art westward for the west expansion. people can RL? AL G ILI L₁ L: prep. ртер. * "since (1862)" means "from (the year 1862) until now (!)" That's why it is a signal word for the present perfect, the tense that connects the past and the present. 88/56 4006381 105347 (KS 1) CLASS TEST No. 2 zusamatessen 1. Manifest Destiny: Outline the concept of Manifest Destiny. (6) Simple present yes! 6 that the americans should manifest desting now "(It is)..our manifest destiny to over spread and to possess the whole of the continent which Providence has given us for the development of the great experiment of liberty" 9th December 2016 In 1845 these words were written by John O'Sullivan, a democrat leader and editor of the New York newspaper 'The Morning Post'. O'Sullivan was expressing the long held belief that white Americans had a God-given right to occupy the entire North American continent. It was not a new idea, nor was it historically confined to America. Manifest Destiny as a concept was exercised in 1492 by Christopher Columbus and the Spanish monarchs who initially sanctioned the colonisation of South America. It was also exercised by the Pilgrim Fathers when they landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, by the British when they colonised Australia and India. Indeed, any act of colonisation and settlement at the expense of another race can be said to be an expression of Manifest Destiny. Once the concept had been given the name 'Manifest Destiny' it became widely used, appearing in newspapers, debates, paintings and advertisements. It became the leading light for westward expansion. Throughout the 1840s westward expansion gained pace. People living in the crowded east were lured west with promises of inexpensive land and open spaces. The discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill in 1848 prompted thousands to leave their homes in the east and make the journey west to California. In 1841 the government of America passed an act that allowed people to purchase 160 acres of Plains land for a very small price. A further act passed in 1862 divided 2.5 million acres of Plains land into sections or homesteads of 160 acres. People could now claim 160 acres of land. The only requirement on their part was that they paid a small administration charge and built a house and lived on the land for at least 5 years. Was macht Manifest destiny aus Last Updated: 08/04/2014 - 18:18 Source: http://www.historyonthenet.com/American West/manifest destiny.htm (9 Dec 2016) 2. Immigration into the United States of America: Choose one of the cartoons and analyse it. (10) g Cartoon A: "It's Time to Reclaim..." (Source: Newsweek, Dec 5, 1994) This cartoon was published after California had passed "Prop 187", a controversial measure denying illegal aliens education and health-care services. Cartoon B: "Bad News, Lady..." (Source: Detroit Free Press, 1993) Annotations: "INS": Immigration and Naturalization Service: an agency that existed from 1933- 2003 that regulated immigration into the United States Cartoon C: "Liberty" by John Sherffius, John Sherffius and Creators Syndicate, Inc. 3. In his election campaign the then candidate Donald Trump announced he would build a wall along the hundreds of miles of the US-Mexican border. Comment on the idea. (10) immigration 18. Abgabe: 11:17h I: 22.5VP: 13/14 NP. 12 NP Good "Good luck! Spr: 7.5 13NP me

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on more accepted in the society. They are part of America and belong there. gutt its The cartoon is very effective in his presentation, because the statue of Liberty is a synt. symbolizes freedom and liberty. So the small man telling the statue that she's not ly world-wide welcome, and (also "narrow-minded") -minded welcome welcomed here can't be taken serious... 3 All in all America is a country with lots of people of different origin, but that! So the cartoonist wants to make US of the fact that immigrants should be more accepted in the society. Mestation an quti! They have always been part of the United 4 States and will always be part of the if they United States. It's up to the people to accept that or not.. T R aware AG: adj. AG: adv. ho Giart. G: no art. S.O. R AZ s.a. AZ s.o. A AG In my opinion, Donald Tromp should "mainly consists !! accept the fact that America A is full the descendants of former. of forme immigrants and people with of immigrants - i.e. people of different origins! different origins. And should be (remember) aware membus of the fact that his family were also former immigrants. wall the fence is a 2s So all in all idea of the new presidurt very stopia A 2) cartoon ) published in The cartoon ( Bad News Lady...." from the in deals with the topic of Z and the immigrants Detroit Free Press from 1993 refers to immigration. in the United States.. A Gill-nang on the left hand side) there is the Lady of Liberty" [f]...

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Liberty, holding a torch in the air or "the Statue for guiding the immigrants to the America. AZ: at the top of the line Lipren. R a book at The statue too is looking down to a AZ AR: apostrophe Man a shocked standing beside her. (with with the lo facial expression. The statuels eyes are opened? L open we can infer that I we understand that wider; sor Lady liberty liberty seems to be shocked. a small man standing on the right- There is briefcase hand side, with a bag in his hand. The Immigration and the label man is probably from the Naturalization Service, because on his bag. reads (=lautet there, is In her left hand she is holding No one The Small man "her" and talking to the statue. AR: nationality can is talking to looking up to The speech 77 ( R 2 AZso babble contains the sentence & Bad News Lady... See the label !" INS". "wide open") at the statue We've discovered that not only have illegal aliens been watching your children bot you're a Ffrends national without a green card". also (So the man comes across in is saying f because he complaining that the statue isn't allowed to stay there because has she hasn't got a green card. So the statue is an a the cartoonist wants to wake of aware of the fact that immigrants should to ] wa a negative light Bz illegal immigrant, The Donald Trump's idea и The idea of Donald Tromp to build zshg? wall along the hundreds of miles of the US- Mexican border is a very bad idea. * Donald Tramp isn't a immigrants. a friend of thes But immigration has always been part of the United States of America. In America, there are [Living] people from different countries. Tame. The America. There isn't a spectat form] G istr gist of There real pure isn't A American Nation consists of in the 18th and 19th century make up / form came these (former) The All immigrants together boilet this special American identity, like the idea of e America is a AGS-genitive with people AR Z: defirel.el. A discrimination. (1 R self relignce, and the responsibility for one's own ARS.O. fate. All in all, they built the famerican nation. AL They American. The Awho AR: nation- ality ALIG: who" for people immigrants wkt ZDR society a multicultural country and Donald Troup has to accept that fact! u ALSO A To think that I I nobody should be discriminated because of his origin. lots of people 4 ng origin living in the Ust and they are accepted. So building a fence along the There are Ⓡu border would be the Mexican-Americans welcomed in an huge act of I think that none of Still AG: SB: mid-pos. 4Z. No comma before the conjunction "that"(=dass) • of A Mexican 4 Liprep. L would feel RIG wall is/ were America if this fence [croute bel boilt. AG: No "would" or "will" in 7 Pre to my opinion Donald Tromp should if-clauses! fiy gurtig accent that Source: Newsweek, December 5, 1994 Source: Detroit Free Press, 1993 Boulder Camera 5/22/07 COPLEY NEWS SERVICE ber SHERFUSE IT'S TIME TO RECLAIM AMERICA FROM ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS! = get ath. bach ON A TEMPORARY BASIS KEEP THE REST OF SKILLED WORKERS "Give me your tired, your poor, AFTER EIGHT YEARS Send these, the BAD NEWS, LADY WE'VE DISCOVERED THAT NOT ONLY HAVE ILLEGAL ALIENS BEEN WATCHING YOUR CHILDREN, BUT YOU'RE ALSO A FRENCH NATIONAL WITHOUT A GREEN CARD! } I'LL HELP YOU PACK. INS BE PART OF A Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, PERMANENT PLEASE UNDERCLASS homeless, HEALTHY ON The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. BulDay BACK TO THEIR HOME COUNTRY tempest-test to me, TO APPLY FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE I lift my lamp beside the golder door!" 370 MILES OF SEARCHLIGHT BORDER FENCE! 1) The text from history on the net", 4 April from the 8th of april 2014, entered of on 4 AR:name of month see R25 in your OALD "Writing and saying dates" deals. Destiny. Manifest Desting means that the Americans take possession of have the god-given right to own the whole continent. Christopher Columbus and the Spanish monarchs are the developers of Manifest Desting as a concept. mon. Also any act of colonisation quti Settlement at also be considered the expense of another and with the concept of the Manifest NJ before A "that "(= dass) or where it has been left out. Z ASB St mid-position can is an expression of Manifest Desting. but only buy 160 acres of plains land, agreed to live there if they build a house on it and stay five for Tat least 5 years. race The Manifest Desting is the leading light AR. name JAG = no art westward for the west expansion. people can RL? AL G ILI L₁ L: prep. ртер. * "since (1862)" means "from (the year 1862) until now (!)" That's why it is a signal word for the present perfect, the tense that connects the past and the present. 88/56 4006381 105347 (KS 1) CLASS TEST No. 2 zusamatessen 1. Manifest Destiny: Outline the concept of Manifest Destiny. (6) Simple present yes! 6 that the americans should manifest desting now "(It is)..our manifest destiny to over spread and to possess the whole of the continent which Providence has given us for the development of the great experiment of liberty" 9th December 2016 In 1845 these words were written by John O'Sullivan, a democrat leader and editor of the New York newspaper 'The Morning Post'. O'Sullivan was expressing the long held belief that white Americans had a God-given right to occupy the entire North American continent. It was not a new idea, nor was it historically confined to America. Manifest Destiny as a concept was exercised in 1492 by Christopher Columbus and the Spanish monarchs who initially sanctioned the colonisation of South America. It was also exercised by the Pilgrim Fathers when they landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, by the British when they colonised Australia and India. Indeed, any act of colonisation and settlement at the expense of another race can be said to be an expression of Manifest Destiny. Once the concept had been given the name 'Manifest Destiny' it became widely used, appearing in newspapers, debates, paintings and advertisements. It became the leading light for westward expansion. Throughout the 1840s westward expansion gained pace. People living in the crowded east were lured west with promises of inexpensive land and open spaces. The discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill in 1848 prompted thousands to leave their homes in the east and make the journey west to California. In 1841 the government of America passed an act that allowed people to purchase 160 acres of Plains land for a very small price. A further act passed in 1862 divided 2.5 million acres of Plains land into sections or homesteads of 160 acres. People could now claim 160 acres of land. The only requirement on their part was that they paid a small administration charge and built a house and lived on the land for at least 5 years. Was macht Manifest destiny aus Last Updated: 08/04/2014 - 18:18 Source: http://www.historyonthenet.com/American West/manifest destiny.htm (9 Dec 2016) 2. Immigration into the United States of America: Choose one of the cartoons and analyse it. (10) g Cartoon A: "It's Time to Reclaim..." (Source: Newsweek, Dec 5, 1994) This cartoon was published after California had passed "Prop 187", a controversial measure denying illegal aliens education and health-care services. Cartoon B: "Bad News, Lady..." (Source: Detroit Free Press, 1993) Annotations: "INS": Immigration and Naturalization Service: an agency that existed from 1933- 2003 that regulated immigration into the United States Cartoon C: "Liberty" by John Sherffius, John Sherffius and Creators Syndicate, Inc. 3. In his election campaign the then candidate Donald Trump announced he would build a wall along the hundreds of miles of the US-Mexican border. Comment on the idea. (10) immigration 18. Abgabe: 11:17h I: 22.5VP: 13/14 NP. 12 NP Good "Good luck! Spr: 7.5 13NP me