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Englisch Lernblätter Table of Contents 1. American Dream - important information about America - The American political system 2. - global warmin - Multinationals and developing countries - Global changes - Issues of globalization Globalisation 3. Great Britain The political system Brexit - Multiculturalism 4. Nigeria Problems/ challenges that need to be faced in Nigeria - Colonial past - The oil industry in Nigeria - Lagos - Nollywood - The Nigerian Dream 5. Shakespeare - the first folio Shakespeare's Language - The elizabethan age - The elizabethan theater - Is Shakespeare still relevant today? Seite 1 von 21 6. Utopia/ Dystopia Utopia Dystopia Genetical engineering Ethical issues Scientific innovation and technological progress 7. World of Work Studying/ working abroad - English as lingua franca The changing world of work Minimum wage and living wage - Being available on the weekend? Effects of the digital revolution Seite 2 von 21 The American Dream The term ,,American Dream" was coined in a best selling book in 1931 titled, The epic of America' by James Truslow Adams. It was described as „that dream of a land in which life should be better & richer & fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement". In general the American dream is often used to inspire and motivate Americans to improve themselves an to get on life. But at the same time it often gets blamed for creating unrealistic expectations. ● The American Dream vs. The American Nightmare The American Dream "From rags...

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to richest" ● success, money, freedom, opportunities Equal rights, high living standards Democracy No poverty → The ideal America - - The American Nightmare discrimination, racism unequal rights Police brutality Terrorism → gun laws Huge gap between rich and poor → High crime rate because of unemployment, poverty and many low- income jobs Lack of health care Important information about America: America wants to be a Melting Pot, but in reality the country is more of a salad bowl Segregation (rich and poor don't live in the same areas; cities are divided into Chinatown, Downtown, etc. → different nationalities live in different districts) The real America ● • 4th July 1776: Independence Day signing of the „Declaration of Independence" The stars and stripes of the flag: White resembles the purity of America Red resembles the endurance and bravery Blue resembles the justice Stars resemble every state of the US ,,Melting Pot" is the metaphor for the ideal America -> different nationalities and cultures get,melted' into the American culture Ellis Island: newly arrived immigrants came to this island before they could go to America because they needed to be in quarantine first Seite 3 von 21 ● Statute of Liberty: Represents the roman goddess of freedom ,,Libertas“ and holds a plague with inscription: July 4th, 1776: Date of the American Declaration of Independence Is a symbol for freedom Sculpture is on liberty island, New York Individualism: Central concept in the way Americans see themselves and are viewed by others Pursuit of the American dream • Manifest destiny: ● Americas mission is to democratize the world Nation of the future America used to believe in this manifest destiny to justify its territorial expansion as well as imperialism The Puritans: - A social and religious movement in the 16th/ 17th century - Term „puritans" is used to describe people with an extremely narrow-minded and conservative outlook Uncle Sam Nickname for the American Government Bearded man dressed in stars and stripes Was used to recruit volunteers during the two world wars New Canaan: Referred to the country in which Moses led his people People who where fleeing to America from religious persecution envisioned the American colonies as the „New Canaan" Seite 4 von 21 The American political system March 1789 the American Constitution went into effect - 2 years later: The bill of rights was ratified -> The original constitution and the bill of rights have been the foundation of American democracy for over 200 years he president's retai Congress must approve presidential appointments; in controls the budget; it can pass latus over the Legislative The Congress House > Senate May reject each other's bills reto : may promote legislatsional Legisla President The to Congress Say way thansand but aloural puto us! Executive The President Executive office of the presidenti executive and cabinet departments independent government agencies Chief may The court can declare presidential acts as unconstitutional injuriction The president appoints judges prevent Justice Congress can change laws; Initiate a constitu- tional amendment; restrict jurisdiction of courts to her Certain types of cases; Create whole new court systems or abolish existing ones; expand or contract times and places that federal courts sit Presides Congress can impeach and remove judges from office ions the impeac ugh Ent of presidant; The Senate must confirm the Judicial president's judical appointments; The Supreme Court of the us Circuit Court of Appeals of the us The Court can declare laws District Court unconstitutional Seite 5 von 21

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Englisch Lernblätter Table of Contents 1. American Dream - important information about America - The American political system 2. - global warmin - Multinationals and developing countries - Global changes - Issues of globalization Globalisation 3. Great Britain The political system Brexit - Multiculturalism 4. Nigeria Problems/ challenges that need to be faced in Nigeria - Colonial past - The oil industry in Nigeria - Lagos - Nollywood - The Nigerian Dream 5. Shakespeare - the first folio Shakespeare's Language - The elizabethan age - The elizabethan theater - Is Shakespeare still relevant today? Seite 1 von 21 6. Utopia/ Dystopia Utopia Dystopia Genetical engineering Ethical issues Scientific innovation and technological progress 7. World of Work Studying/ working abroad - English as lingua franca The changing world of work Minimum wage and living wage - Being available on the weekend? Effects of the digital revolution Seite 2 von 21 The American Dream The term ,,American Dream" was coined in a best selling book in 1931 titled, The epic of America' by James Truslow Adams. It was described as „that dream of a land in which life should be better & richer & fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement". In general the American dream is often used to inspire and motivate Americans to improve themselves an to get on life. But at the same time it often gets blamed for creating unrealistic expectations. ● The American Dream vs. The American Nightmare The American Dream "From rags...

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to richest" ● success, money, freedom, opportunities Equal rights, high living standards Democracy No poverty → The ideal America - - The American Nightmare discrimination, racism unequal rights Police brutality Terrorism → gun laws Huge gap between rich and poor → High crime rate because of unemployment, poverty and many low- income jobs Lack of health care Important information about America: America wants to be a Melting Pot, but in reality the country is more of a salad bowl Segregation (rich and poor don't live in the same areas; cities are divided into Chinatown, Downtown, etc. → different nationalities live in different districts) The real America ● • 4th July 1776: Independence Day signing of the „Declaration of Independence" The stars and stripes of the flag: White resembles the purity of America Red resembles the endurance and bravery Blue resembles the justice Stars resemble every state of the US ,,Melting Pot" is the metaphor for the ideal America -> different nationalities and cultures get,melted' into the American culture Ellis Island: newly arrived immigrants came to this island before they could go to America because they needed to be in quarantine first Seite 3 von 21 ● Statute of Liberty: Represents the roman goddess of freedom ,,Libertas“ and holds a plague with inscription: July 4th, 1776: Date of the American Declaration of Independence Is a symbol for freedom Sculpture is on liberty island, New York Individualism: Central concept in the way Americans see themselves and are viewed by others Pursuit of the American dream • Manifest destiny: ● Americas mission is to democratize the world Nation of the future America used to believe in this manifest destiny to justify its territorial expansion as well as imperialism The Puritans: - A social and religious movement in the 16th/ 17th century - Term „puritans" is used to describe people with an extremely narrow-minded and conservative outlook Uncle Sam Nickname for the American Government Bearded man dressed in stars and stripes Was used to recruit volunteers during the two world wars New Canaan: Referred to the country in which Moses led his people People who where fleeing to America from religious persecution envisioned the American colonies as the „New Canaan" Seite 4 von 21 The American political system March 1789 the American Constitution went into effect - 2 years later: The bill of rights was ratified -> The original constitution and the bill of rights have been the foundation of American democracy for over 200 years he president's retai Congress must approve presidential appointments; in controls the budget; it can pass latus over the Legislative The Congress House > Senate May reject each other's bills reto : may promote legislatsional Legisla President The to Congress Say way thansand but aloural puto us! Executive The President Executive office of the presidenti executive and cabinet departments independent government agencies Chief may The court can declare presidential acts as unconstitutional injuriction The president appoints judges prevent Justice Congress can change laws; Initiate a constitu- tional amendment; restrict jurisdiction of courts to her Certain types of cases; Create whole new court systems or abolish existing ones; expand or contract times and places that federal courts sit Presides Congress can impeach and remove judges from office ions the impeac ugh Ent of presidant; The Senate must confirm the Judicial president's judical appointments; The Supreme Court of the us Circuit Court of Appeals of the us The Court can declare laws District Court unconstitutional Seite 5 von 21