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ENGLISCH ABITUR 2022 LETIZIA BIBERGER Content 1. Immigration 1.1. UK Immigration 1.2. US Immigration…......... 2. British identity and division 2.1. British Identity. 2.2. Division 2.3. Political system........... 3. US believes and values...... 3.1. Believes............ 3.2. American dream. 3.3. 9/11.. 3.4. Gun culture...... 3.5. Political system. 4. Globalization ....... 5. Ambiguity of belonging.......….......... 5.1. Maslow's-Hierarchy of Needs 5.2. Self-Determination Theory.. 5.3. Main characters and their ambiguity. 6. Crooked Letter Crooked Letter 6.1. Plot......... 6.2. Characters... 6.3. Key moments for Larry and Silas. 6.4. Themes 7. Gran Torino 7.1. Plot........ 7.2. Characters....... 7.3. Symbols and Motifs. 8. How to write.......... 8.1. Text analysis 8.2. Cartoon analysis ..... 8.3. Analysis of statistics. 8.4. Comment. 2 2 3 5 5 7 14 15 15 16 17 19 20 21 23 23 23 24 26 26 28 30 30 32 32 32 33 35 35 36 37 38 1| Page THIRTEEN BRITISH COLONIES 1. Immigration 1.1. UK Immigration 1.1.1. Facts WEST INDIES Slave Trade After WW 2 → UK needed Workers ➤ Commonwealth citizens immigrated without restrictions → Before 1962 almost 500,000 Commonwealth citizens came to the UK Commonwealth Immigration Act (1962) →Restrict numbers of immigrants ➤ Windrush Generation NORTH AMERICA ► Now strictly controlled → Immigrants (worker) from Caribbean countries → Mostly EU and certain Commonwealth citizens Point Based System (PBS) 2008 1.1.2. Arguments → Categorizes non-EU citizens → Earn Points for each meat requirements SOUTH AMERICA Positive aspects for UK More people pay taxes More high skilled workers Culture is changed and shaped ➜>> More multiculturalism People get more open minded 1.1.3. Symbols Colonial exports Colonial imports Intercolonial trade 1000 ml 1500 km Manufactured goods, textiles, furniture, luxuries Lumber, furs, dried fish, whale oil, iron, gunpowder, rice, tobacco, indigo Atlantic Ocean Sugar, molasses, fruit Rum, iron, gunpowder, cloth, tools Enslaved persons, gold, pepper Middle Passage GREAT BRITAIN EUROPE AFRICA Negative Aspects for UK ➤ Higher Population →> Less living space More racism and islamophobia EMPIRE WINDRUSH LONDON 2 |...

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Page 1.2. US Immigration 1.2.1. Facts ➤ Written into constitution that there is no limit until 1808 → Thought of better life ➤ American dream Ellis Island → Receiving station ➤ Immigration Act of 1917 →Restricted numbers of immigrants ➤ E pluribus unum → One from many Statue of Liberty → American values →rages to riches 1.2.2. Arguments Myth/prejudices/cons Immigrants take away jobs They don't want to work They are a burden on the welfare system They commit crimes They live on taxpayers' money They strain public services like schools, hos- pitals They change the neighbourhood: property becomes less valuable They accept lower wages and thus depress wages for unskilled local workers They might be terrorists They bring a foreign culture and the native culture is lost The foreign culture might become too dom- inant, oust, push away, or suppress the na- tive culture America welcomes legal immigration, but not illegal immigration. WE came legally! Foreigners don't want to integrate, this leads to a segregated society Immigrants don't want to learn the lan- guage Reality/pros They do jobs nobody else wants to do They work hard to make a living, to make ends meet They work hard, earn their own money According to statistics they don't commit more crimes than other groups of society They pay taxes by buying food etc./ sales tax They boost the economy because they in- crease demand They are ambitious. To be strong enough to leave everything behind in your home coun- try is a good prerequisite for a successful life in a new country ➤ They are desperately needed in many areas, like e.g. agriculture (fruit pickers), private households (cleaning women), childcare (nannies), nursing homes They integrate quickly, because they believe in the American Dream and want to climb the social ladder Foreign culture can help people to under- stand/accept other people's ideas/val- ues/traditions/religion A diverse society is more interesting/chal- lenging, it offers more opportunities to learn and move forward ➤ America has always been a country of immi- grants They try to adapt to American society ➤ They learn the language quickly if they are given a chance to go to school 3| Page 1.2.3. Symbols IEE 11 II TIE HALAMAN SPECIMEN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PERMANENT RESIDENT Surname SPECIMEN TEST 01 J Mive Given Name TEST V USCISS 000-000-001 Country of Birth Utopia Date of Birth 01 JAN 1920 Card Expires: Resident Since: BLACK LIVES MATTER Category RE8 Sex F 08/21/07 08/21/07 WE ARE FREE TIL WE BLM boost burden nannies welfare unskilled segregated taxpayers foreign schools jobs native language immigrants American economy households legal ambitious America integrate Immigrants Society es immigration culture wa illegal agriculture neighborhood demand childcare crimes terrorists adapt services workers change work diverse 4| Page

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ENGLISCH ABITUR 2022 LETIZIA BIBERGER Content 1. Immigration 1.1. UK Immigration 1.2. US Immigration…......... 2. British identity and division 2.1. British Identity. 2.2. Division 2.3. Political system........... 3. US believes and values...... 3.1. Believes............ 3.2. American dream. 3.3. 9/11.. 3.4. Gun culture...... 3.5. Political system. 4. Globalization ....... 5. Ambiguity of belonging.......….......... 5.1. Maslow's-Hierarchy of Needs 5.2. Self-Determination Theory.. 5.3. Main characters and their ambiguity. 6. Crooked Letter Crooked Letter 6.1. Plot......... 6.2. Characters... 6.3. Key moments for Larry and Silas. 6.4. Themes 7. Gran Torino 7.1. Plot........ 7.2. Characters....... 7.3. Symbols and Motifs. 8. How to write.......... 8.1. Text analysis 8.2. Cartoon analysis ..... 8.3. Analysis of statistics. 8.4. Comment. 2 2 3 5 5 7 14 15 15 16 17 19 20 21 23 23 23 24 26 26 28 30 30 32 32 32 33 35 35 36 37 38 1| Page THIRTEEN BRITISH COLONIES 1. Immigration 1.1. UK Immigration 1.1.1. Facts WEST INDIES Slave Trade After WW 2 → UK needed Workers ➤ Commonwealth citizens immigrated without restrictions → Before 1962 almost 500,000 Commonwealth citizens came to the UK Commonwealth Immigration Act (1962) →Restrict numbers of immigrants ➤ Windrush Generation NORTH AMERICA ► Now strictly controlled → Immigrants (worker) from Caribbean countries → Mostly EU and certain Commonwealth citizens Point Based System (PBS) 2008 1.1.2. Arguments → Categorizes non-EU citizens → Earn Points for each meat requirements SOUTH AMERICA Positive aspects for UK More people pay taxes More high skilled workers Culture is changed and shaped ➜>> More multiculturalism People get more open minded 1.1.3. Symbols Colonial exports Colonial imports Intercolonial trade 1000 ml 1500 km Manufactured goods, textiles, furniture, luxuries Lumber, furs, dried fish, whale oil, iron, gunpowder, rice, tobacco, indigo Atlantic Ocean Sugar, molasses, fruit Rum, iron, gunpowder, cloth, tools Enslaved persons, gold, pepper Middle Passage GREAT BRITAIN EUROPE AFRICA Negative Aspects for UK ➤ Higher Population →> Less living space More racism and islamophobia EMPIRE WINDRUSH LONDON 2 |...

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Page 1.2. US Immigration 1.2.1. Facts ➤ Written into constitution that there is no limit until 1808 → Thought of better life ➤ American dream Ellis Island → Receiving station ➤ Immigration Act of 1917 →Restricted numbers of immigrants ➤ E pluribus unum → One from many Statue of Liberty → American values →rages to riches 1.2.2. Arguments Myth/prejudices/cons Immigrants take away jobs They don't want to work They are a burden on the welfare system They commit crimes They live on taxpayers' money They strain public services like schools, hos- pitals They change the neighbourhood: property becomes less valuable They accept lower wages and thus depress wages for unskilled local workers They might be terrorists They bring a foreign culture and the native culture is lost The foreign culture might become too dom- inant, oust, push away, or suppress the na- tive culture America welcomes legal immigration, but not illegal immigration. WE came legally! Foreigners don't want to integrate, this leads to a segregated society Immigrants don't want to learn the lan- guage Reality/pros They do jobs nobody else wants to do They work hard to make a living, to make ends meet They work hard, earn their own money According to statistics they don't commit more crimes than other groups of society They pay taxes by buying food etc./ sales tax They boost the economy because they in- crease demand They are ambitious. To be strong enough to leave everything behind in your home coun- try is a good prerequisite for a successful life in a new country ➤ They are desperately needed in many areas, like e.g. agriculture (fruit pickers), private households (cleaning women), childcare (nannies), nursing homes They integrate quickly, because they believe in the American Dream and want to climb the social ladder Foreign culture can help people to under- stand/accept other people's ideas/val- ues/traditions/religion A diverse society is more interesting/chal- lenging, it offers more opportunities to learn and move forward ➤ America has always been a country of immi- grants They try to adapt to American society ➤ They learn the language quickly if they are given a chance to go to school 3| Page 1.2.3. Symbols IEE 11 II TIE HALAMAN SPECIMEN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PERMANENT RESIDENT Surname SPECIMEN TEST 01 J Mive Given Name TEST V USCISS 000-000-001 Country of Birth Utopia Date of Birth 01 JAN 1920 Card Expires: Resident Since: BLACK LIVES MATTER Category RE8 Sex F 08/21/07 08/21/07 WE ARE FREE TIL WE BLM boost burden nannies welfare unskilled segregated taxpayers foreign schools jobs native language immigrants American economy households legal ambitious America integrate Immigrants Society es immigration culture wa illegal agriculture neighborhood demand childcare crimes terrorists adapt services workers change work diverse 4| Page