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Klausur Makoko Dream School Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 1 The text "The Makoko Dream School is a school on water for children in Urban slums" was written by Precious C. Daniel and published on 16.11.2017 in theirworld.org. This article, with seven paragraphs, is about the education problem in Makoko and the benefits of the Floating School in Makoko. Furthermore, this article describes the daily life in Makoko and how important it is to go to school in urban slums like Makoko in Lagos. The daily life of the children is very hard. Many families in Makoko have to live in wooden houses built on stilts on the water and are not rich. Also, nearly the whole slum in Makoko floats on the water and has no infrastructure. That means no comma that the children do not have the opportunity to go to school. To go to schools in the environment is difficult and would be dangerous, because the children just have experience with living on the water. That means for example, that the children do not know how to cross roads. So a swimming school is really perfect. But regrettably there is still another problem, namely to arrive at this floating school. Most families have only one canoe, which is needed for other...

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things. Because of the dirty water around the houses where the children live, it is not possible to swim to school or to the land. This is a result of the bad water conditions. So the lack of education is furthermore a big issue. A water-taxi is too expensive, so a good solution is the new free Makoko Dream School Bus. So many more children can visit the school. Klausur Makoko Dream School Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 2 The author C. Daniel uses many stylistic devices in the text to inform the reader. For her it is important that the reader understands the issues in slums like Makoko. Her aim is that the reader can retrace the problems in Makoko and feel with the children. She writes the whole text in the third-person-perspective, so that the reader gets a lot of information in a small text. 1 She tries to describe the school and what happened in this slum ("The Makoko Dream School is a school on water, one of the few schools where the children learn basic English language” II. 32-35). She tries to reach the reader in the first sentence and make sure that the reader thinks more about the situation. The aim is that the reader searches a solution on his own/by himself. This is the reason why the author starts with the rhetorical question: "How do you help to educate children who have only known life on water?" (II. 1/2). Then the author introduces the reader to the education standards in Makoko. In the following (in many sentences) the reader gets a lot of information about the education. Daniel enumerates the positive effects of education like: "peace and prosperity" (II. 6/7) or describes English as a basic tool (cf l. 7). But in the next lines/paragraph? Daniel emphasizes the normal life in Africa and how other people think about the slums. The reader can reflect on how bad the life there is and that many others say that the slums are "someones's else problem" (1.14). Then the main part starts and Daniel gives Makoko as an example, with the background What kind of ambassador?? example of what? information of an ambassador there. Also through the ambassador, the text seems more realistic and Daniel is very believable. It is easy to feel with the author and to put yourself into the bad situation in the slums. She also uses formal language without short forms. 2 It is true that we normally do not understand how ohne Artikel life is in other continents because Klausur Makoko Dream School we only think about our own country and not bigger. Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 s.u.: entweder the author oder Daniel In the next paragraph the author/Daniel explains step by step, how the children live. She emphasizes the bad situation, that the "day-to-day activities take place on the water's surface" (II.18/19). The reader gets a good insight into their life and a bigger overview about the daily life. In the next long sentence (II. 32-37) Daniel enumerates the subjects of "The Makoko Dream School" (1. 32) ("... children learn basic English Language, Arithmatics and Communication [...] and a foreign language” (II. 32-37). All these details make the text more interesting and maybe the reader gets the intention to donate money or support projects for the new school. This is also important in the next paragraph because Daniel addresses the reader directly with the personal pronoun "you" (l.41). She enumerates the bad circumstances like the dirty water (1.43) or the fact, that not every person has a canoe there. To make the reader feel with the population in Makoko the author talks to him directly, so that the reader should be put into the role of an inhabitant in Makoko. In the end Daniel mentions a lot of good innovations for the future and which innovations have helped in Makoko (cf II. 49-54). In kein Artikel conclusion, Daniel wants to introduce the reader to the situation in Makoko. our support. Furthermore, she wants to convince the reader that the situation there must change with 3. In her article the author Daniel emphasizes how important education is. In the lines six and seven she says: “Education is a tool to promote lasting peace and prosperity". This statement is wise and future-oriented. Education is a way with a lot of benefits. All in all, I Klausur Makoko Dream School can identify myself with this statement, but in some countries it is regrettably often a problem. Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 In many countries there are many reasons, why children do not go to school. In poor countries the children do not have enough time for kein Artikel school, because the children can not earn money in this time. Many families need their children for work in the house or for child labour. On the one hand education is better for the future, so that the children can change the bad conditions. In a school the children have social contact and learn with each other. Furthermore, the children of educated parents are mostly educated, too. But on the other hand, a good infrastructure is important for a school to exist. Mostly there are not enough teachers or the education is too expensive. This problem underlines the fact, that children cannot earn money in this time for the family, but rather the children have to pay or have issues with the way to school. But this is also a good point because the children have a normal daily routine with the school instead of working for a little money. In the future it is more realistic, that people with a better education get more money in their jobs and rather look forward instead of from day to day. Another benefit of schools is, that the children have other people and can talk with teachers. One of the good consequences can be, that the girls do not have to marry older boys at the age of 12/13 years. But it is very important, that the teachers have qualifications because the teachers waste a lot of time, if the qualifications are bad. Also, one of the problems of a school is that the children do not have enough practical lessons or too many lessons without a reason in their future. The type of lessons in this way is very important. ? Klausur Makoko Dream School In the conclusion we can say that a country with a high level of education is much better for all. The infrastructure is better, and the child labour is not so high. All in all, the children have more benefits for their future and the money raises up for the next generations. ?? Aljosha Kamp 13. Klasse 26.01.2021 These: Yes, the school education opens a lot of benefits in the future Pro Bildung bringt mehr soziale Kontakte Höhere Allgemeinbildung und bessere Bewusstsein für die Zukunft Schule verhindert Kinderarbeit Kinder müssen in jungem Alter heiraten, um nicht alleine dar zu stehen, durch Schule wird dies verhindert Wenn die Eltern nicht gebildet sind, sind es deren Kinder meist auch nicht. An informel community level is bad Stärkt die Infrastruktur con Bildung kostet häufig Der Weg zur Schule ist nicht gesichert Kinder verdienen kein Geld in dieser Zeit Eltern denken oft nicht an die Zukunft und wollen nicht, dass die Kinder während der Schulzeit kein Geld verdienen können Lehrer fehlen, gerade an Orten wie Makoko oder nicht qualifiziert genug und verschwenden nur Zeit Ein Schulgebäude muss unterhalten werden Mädchen werden ungleich zu den jungs behandelt Kinder machen zu wenige praktische Lebenserfahrungen Tagesroutine wird geschaffen Länder mit einem hohen Bildungsstand geht Sitzen bei einer Schulpflicht in der Schule es Durchschnittlich um einiges besser Essen gibt es in der Schule, im Gegensatz zu dem Leben in den Hütten fest und können sich nicht selbst entwickeln Wichtig das richtige zu Lernen und nicht einfach nur irgendwas Kinder werden abgeben, wenn sie für die Familie keinen direkten Gewinn bringen Conclusion: Education has a lot of benefits and children have better opportunities for their future, but it is important that you have quality teachers and use the time in school for important lessons and not for unhelpful stuff.

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Klausur Makoko Dream School Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 1 The text "The Makoko Dream School is a school on water for children in Urban slums" was written by Precious C. Daniel and published on 16.11.2017 in theirworld.org. This article, with seven paragraphs, is about the education problem in Makoko and the benefits of the Floating School in Makoko. Furthermore, this article describes the daily life in Makoko and how important it is to go to school in urban slums like Makoko in Lagos. The daily life of the children is very hard. Many families in Makoko have to live in wooden houses built on stilts on the water and are not rich. Also, nearly the whole slum in Makoko floats on the water and has no infrastructure. That means no comma that the children do not have the opportunity to go to school. To go to schools in the environment is difficult and would be dangerous, because the children just have experience with living on the water. That means for example, that the children do not know how to cross roads. So a swimming school is really perfect. But regrettably there is still another problem, namely to arrive at this floating school. Most families have only one canoe, which is needed for other...

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things. Because of the dirty water around the houses where the children live, it is not possible to swim to school or to the land. This is a result of the bad water conditions. So the lack of education is furthermore a big issue. A water-taxi is too expensive, so a good solution is the new free Makoko Dream School Bus. So many more children can visit the school. Klausur Makoko Dream School Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 2 The author C. Daniel uses many stylistic devices in the text to inform the reader. For her it is important that the reader understands the issues in slums like Makoko. Her aim is that the reader can retrace the problems in Makoko and feel with the children. She writes the whole text in the third-person-perspective, so that the reader gets a lot of information in a small text. 1 She tries to describe the school and what happened in this slum ("The Makoko Dream School is a school on water, one of the few schools where the children learn basic English language” II. 32-35). She tries to reach the reader in the first sentence and make sure that the reader thinks more about the situation. The aim is that the reader searches a solution on his own/by himself. This is the reason why the author starts with the rhetorical question: "How do you help to educate children who have only known life on water?" (II. 1/2). Then the author introduces the reader to the education standards in Makoko. In the following (in many sentences) the reader gets a lot of information about the education. Daniel enumerates the positive effects of education like: "peace and prosperity" (II. 6/7) or describes English as a basic tool (cf l. 7). But in the next lines/paragraph? Daniel emphasizes the normal life in Africa and how other people think about the slums. The reader can reflect on how bad the life there is and that many others say that the slums are "someones's else problem" (1.14). Then the main part starts and Daniel gives Makoko as an example, with the background What kind of ambassador?? example of what? information of an ambassador there. Also through the ambassador, the text seems more realistic and Daniel is very believable. It is easy to feel with the author and to put yourself into the bad situation in the slums. She also uses formal language without short forms. 2 It is true that we normally do not understand how ohne Artikel life is in other continents because Klausur Makoko Dream School we only think about our own country and not bigger. Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 s.u.: entweder the author oder Daniel In the next paragraph the author/Daniel explains step by step, how the children live. She emphasizes the bad situation, that the "day-to-day activities take place on the water's surface" (II.18/19). The reader gets a good insight into their life and a bigger overview about the daily life. In the next long sentence (II. 32-37) Daniel enumerates the subjects of "The Makoko Dream School" (1. 32) ("... children learn basic English Language, Arithmatics and Communication [...] and a foreign language” (II. 32-37). All these details make the text more interesting and maybe the reader gets the intention to donate money or support projects for the new school. This is also important in the next paragraph because Daniel addresses the reader directly with the personal pronoun "you" (l.41). She enumerates the bad circumstances like the dirty water (1.43) or the fact, that not every person has a canoe there. To make the reader feel with the population in Makoko the author talks to him directly, so that the reader should be put into the role of an inhabitant in Makoko. In the end Daniel mentions a lot of good innovations for the future and which innovations have helped in Makoko (cf II. 49-54). In kein Artikel conclusion, Daniel wants to introduce the reader to the situation in Makoko. our support. Furthermore, she wants to convince the reader that the situation there must change with 3. In her article the author Daniel emphasizes how important education is. In the lines six and seven she says: “Education is a tool to promote lasting peace and prosperity". This statement is wise and future-oriented. Education is a way with a lot of benefits. All in all, I Klausur Makoko Dream School can identify myself with this statement, but in some countries it is regrettably often a problem. Aljosha Kamp 13.Klasse 26.01.2021 In many countries there are many reasons, why children do not go to school. In poor countries the children do not have enough time for kein Artikel school, because the children can not earn money in this time. Many families need their children for work in the house or for child labour. On the one hand education is better for the future, so that the children can change the bad conditions. In a school the children have social contact and learn with each other. Furthermore, the children of educated parents are mostly educated, too. But on the other hand, a good infrastructure is important for a school to exist. Mostly there are not enough teachers or the education is too expensive. This problem underlines the fact, that children cannot earn money in this time for the family, but rather the children have to pay or have issues with the way to school. But this is also a good point because the children have a normal daily routine with the school instead of working for a little money. In the future it is more realistic, that people with a better education get more money in their jobs and rather look forward instead of from day to day. Another benefit of schools is, that the children have other people and can talk with teachers. One of the good consequences can be, that the girls do not have to marry older boys at the age of 12/13 years. But it is very important, that the teachers have qualifications because the teachers waste a lot of time, if the qualifications are bad. Also, one of the problems of a school is that the children do not have enough practical lessons or too many lessons without a reason in their future. The type of lessons in this way is very important. ? Klausur Makoko Dream School In the conclusion we can say that a country with a high level of education is much better for all. The infrastructure is better, and the child labour is not so high. All in all, the children have more benefits for their future and the money raises up for the next generations. ?? Aljosha Kamp 13. Klasse 26.01.2021 These: Yes, the school education opens a lot of benefits in the future Pro Bildung bringt mehr soziale Kontakte Höhere Allgemeinbildung und bessere Bewusstsein für die Zukunft Schule verhindert Kinderarbeit Kinder müssen in jungem Alter heiraten, um nicht alleine dar zu stehen, durch Schule wird dies verhindert Wenn die Eltern nicht gebildet sind, sind es deren Kinder meist auch nicht. An informel community level is bad Stärkt die Infrastruktur con Bildung kostet häufig Der Weg zur Schule ist nicht gesichert Kinder verdienen kein Geld in dieser Zeit Eltern denken oft nicht an die Zukunft und wollen nicht, dass die Kinder während der Schulzeit kein Geld verdienen können Lehrer fehlen, gerade an Orten wie Makoko oder nicht qualifiziert genug und verschwenden nur Zeit Ein Schulgebäude muss unterhalten werden Mädchen werden ungleich zu den jungs behandelt Kinder machen zu wenige praktische Lebenserfahrungen Tagesroutine wird geschaffen Länder mit einem hohen Bildungsstand geht Sitzen bei einer Schulpflicht in der Schule es Durchschnittlich um einiges besser Essen gibt es in der Schule, im Gegensatz zu dem Leben in den Hütten fest und können sich nicht selbst entwickeln Wichtig das richtige zu Lernen und nicht einfach nur irgendwas Kinder werden abgeben, wenn sie für die Familie keinen direkten Gewinn bringen Conclusion: Education has a lot of benefits and children have better opportunities for their future, but it is important that you have quality teachers and use the time in school for important lessons and not for unhelpful stuff.