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Englisch LK - Formulierungshilfen Klausuren Stellungnahme ● ● ● ● I am convinced that... I personally believe that... It seems to me (that)... I firmly believe that... As I see... ● My view of the problem is... My point of view is that... From my point of view... In my opinion/view... My view/feeling/opinion is that... To my mind... If you ask me... I'm certain, that... I claim, that... I feel strongly about... what I'm getting at... I must concede I (dis)approve ... I suppose It evokes the feeling of... I like to emphasize/highlight First and foremost I like to point out, that... I dislike... Undoubtedly, .... In the former In the latter Begründen The thing/point is... There are many points of view issues to consider here.. There are several questions to think about when discussing... The issues I want to mention/discuss here are... A further problem to note is... Not only..., but... also... The reason why... is that... This leads inevitably to... The next item is... both... and.../as well... as... The cause is that... We have to regard, that/Regarding, that... Indeed Weiterführungen besides still also too then above all what is more ... Moreover/Furthermore... ● • ● In addition... Due to... Next/then/finally last but not least to conclude Kontrast/Gegensätze Since,... to begin with/to start with Secondly, ...; Thirdly, ...; Finally, ...; Last of all, ... First/First of all... in the first/second place ● either...or but however yet nevertheless in spite of/despite instead of though on the contrary in contrast (to...) by contrast on the one hand ...on the other (hand) Whereas... Beispiele nennen for example (e. g.) for instance such as that is to say Supposing (that) namely alternatively Ergebnisse festhalten As a result... As a consequence... Because of this... The effect of this is that... consequently hence thus...

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Zusammenfassung und abschließende Bewertung To sum up... In short/in brief/in general... On the whole, ... All in all, ... In conclusion, then, it is clear that... To conclude, therefore, it seems that... Having considered all these issues... Having outlined the main arguments... Having taken all these factors into account... I come to the conclusion that... ● ● Bezugnahme zu den Argumenten des Autors The author... ● ● ● Claims/states/suggests/implies refers to/alludes to deals with/discusses puts forward the thesis that ● presents/develops/defends the thesis that expresses his point of view holds the view that agrees to/with, approves (of), is in favour of emphasizes/highlights/stresses Formulierung der eigenen Meinung he overlooks the fact that I'd like to emphasize the fact supports/sides with/sympathizes with criticizes/blames sb. for/ reproaches sb with sb. accuses sb. of having done sth. questions sb. raises objections to/opposes sb. objects by pointing out argues that comments on assumes a critical attitude towards sb. argues for against points out that bases his arguments on supports/illustrates his arguments consequently the result may be it seems to me that on the one hand.../on the other hand... it is true that, but... in my opinion/from my point of view when discussing problems in a comment as far as I can see Einstieg ● Personally, I think/feel... In my opinion... I object to... To my mind... Schluss In a word.... To conclude... As a result... Consequently Introductional sectence The [text type] "title" written by [author] and published in [date] deals with [main topic]. How do you approach a fictional text (order may depend on the individual case)? 1. Read the text carefully at least twice. 2. Write down your first impressions of the text which can be a very general idea, an important phrase, a characteristic feature of style, or the like. 3. Look up unknown vocabulary. Concentrate only on key words that block the understanding of the text. 4. Reread the excerpt and underline important passages, esp. those relevant for the tasks in a test paper. 5. Structure your text according to sense units: How can the text be subdivided? 6. Ask yourself the following question: What literary genre does the text in question belong to: poetry-drama-fiction? 7. What is the story about? What is its main theme? What is its central idea /meaning / message? Can you state it in one single sentence. 8. What formal elements of the text bring about the central meaning best? 9. Start out with any of the characteristic formal elements which you found relevant for the understanding of the excerpt and analyse it. The main question is: How does the author use this formal element so effectively that it can carry meaning and contribute to the overall effect? 10. Analyse other formal elements of your choice and check whether your findings are true with respect to your initial ideas (points b and g). 11. Perhaps you will have to reformulate your central meaning after the analyses of various aspects of the text. If necessary, do so because it will bring you closer to the author's intention. 12. On your way through the whole process of interpretation, take the following formal elements into account: action / plot; character, setting, atmosphere, point of view, tone, structure, choice of words, imagery and other stylistic devices. Remember that if a story is well-constructed, analyses of these elements will ultimately lead you to the core of the text in question because any element contributes a considerable bit to its overall meaning. action plot character setting What actually happens in the story? Situation? Developments? How is the action in the story organised? Who is the protagonist? How is he characterised? Other characters? What is the place of the action presented? The time? The social circumstances? atmosphere What feelings does the narrative convey to the reader because of the description of setting, the choice of words, and the like? Who tells the story (an observer, the protagonist, ...)? From what perspective is the story told (first person narration, third person narration, ...)? Is the story told in a serious, humorous, ironic, sentimental, or way? Are there different parts in the text? Any subdivisions? How does the action start? What conveys the text coherence? Is there an open ending / surprise ending? p.o.v. tone structure choice o.w. imagery What register does the author employ to tell his story? Does the author decorate his / her writing with comparisons, metaphors, symbols, personifications, ...? + Comprehension + Don't have to quote + Present tense + Own words or indirectly + Introductional sentence + Analysis of a fictional text + Stylistic devices for example metaphors, rhetorical question, climax, irony, alliteration, ennimernation etc. + Narrator, narrator, narrative perspective / POV ● 1st person narrator I/Me 3rd person narrator He/she + Glossary at the end of our English book + Level of language • dictional adjectives, verbs, nouns + Expect.: (What we have to expect for the last task?) • 3a evaluation • To write an ending of an random story • To write an letter or an email ● To hold an dialogue • Comment Alternative für häufig benutzte Wörter

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Formulierungshilfen

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Englisch LK - Formulierungshilfen Klausuren Stellungnahme ● ● ● ● I am convinced that... I personally believe that... It seems to me (that)... I firmly believe that... As I see... ● My view of the problem is... My point of view is that... From my point of view... In my opinion/view... My view/feeling/opinion is that... To my mind... If you ask me... I'm certain, that... I claim, that... I feel strongly about... what I'm getting at... I must concede I (dis)approve ... I suppose It evokes the feeling of... I like to emphasize/highlight First and foremost I like to point out, that... I dislike... Undoubtedly, .... In the former In the latter Begründen The thing/point is... There are many points of view issues to consider here.. There are several questions to think about when discussing... The issues I want to mention/discuss here are... A further problem to note is... Not only..., but... also... The reason why... is that... This leads inevitably to... The next item is... both... and.../as well... as... The cause is that... We have to regard, that/Regarding, that... Indeed Weiterführungen besides still also too then above all what is more ... Moreover/Furthermore... ● • ● In addition... Due to... Next/then/finally last but not least to conclude Kontrast/Gegensätze Since,... to begin with/to start with Secondly, ...; Thirdly, ...; Finally, ...; Last of all, ... First/First of all... in the first/second place ● either...or but however yet nevertheless in spite of/despite instead of though on the contrary in contrast (to...) by contrast on the one hand ...on the other (hand) Whereas... Beispiele nennen for example (e. g.) for instance such as that is to say Supposing (that) namely alternatively Ergebnisse festhalten As a result... As a consequence... Because of this... The effect of this is that... consequently hence thus...

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Zusammenfassung und abschließende Bewertung To sum up... In short/in brief/in general... On the whole, ... All in all, ... In conclusion, then, it is clear that... To conclude, therefore, it seems that... Having considered all these issues... Having outlined the main arguments... Having taken all these factors into account... I come to the conclusion that... ● ● Bezugnahme zu den Argumenten des Autors The author... ● ● ● Claims/states/suggests/implies refers to/alludes to deals with/discusses puts forward the thesis that ● presents/develops/defends the thesis that expresses his point of view holds the view that agrees to/with, approves (of), is in favour of emphasizes/highlights/stresses Formulierung der eigenen Meinung he overlooks the fact that I'd like to emphasize the fact supports/sides with/sympathizes with criticizes/blames sb. for/ reproaches sb with sb. accuses sb. of having done sth. questions sb. raises objections to/opposes sb. objects by pointing out argues that comments on assumes a critical attitude towards sb. argues for against points out that bases his arguments on supports/illustrates his arguments consequently the result may be it seems to me that on the one hand.../on the other hand... it is true that, but... in my opinion/from my point of view when discussing problems in a comment as far as I can see Einstieg ● Personally, I think/feel... In my opinion... I object to... To my mind... Schluss In a word.... To conclude... As a result... Consequently Introductional sectence The [text type] "title" written by [author] and published in [date] deals with [main topic]. How do you approach a fictional text (order may depend on the individual case)? 1. Read the text carefully at least twice. 2. Write down your first impressions of the text which can be a very general idea, an important phrase, a characteristic feature of style, or the like. 3. Look up unknown vocabulary. Concentrate only on key words that block the understanding of the text. 4. Reread the excerpt and underline important passages, esp. those relevant for the tasks in a test paper. 5. Structure your text according to sense units: How can the text be subdivided? 6. Ask yourself the following question: What literary genre does the text in question belong to: poetry-drama-fiction? 7. What is the story about? What is its main theme? What is its central idea /meaning / message? Can you state it in one single sentence. 8. What formal elements of the text bring about the central meaning best? 9. Start out with any of the characteristic formal elements which you found relevant for the understanding of the excerpt and analyse it. The main question is: How does the author use this formal element so effectively that it can carry meaning and contribute to the overall effect? 10. Analyse other formal elements of your choice and check whether your findings are true with respect to your initial ideas (points b and g). 11. Perhaps you will have to reformulate your central meaning after the analyses of various aspects of the text. If necessary, do so because it will bring you closer to the author's intention. 12. On your way through the whole process of interpretation, take the following formal elements into account: action / plot; character, setting, atmosphere, point of view, tone, structure, choice of words, imagery and other stylistic devices. Remember that if a story is well-constructed, analyses of these elements will ultimately lead you to the core of the text in question because any element contributes a considerable bit to its overall meaning. action plot character setting What actually happens in the story? Situation? Developments? How is the action in the story organised? Who is the protagonist? How is he characterised? Other characters? What is the place of the action presented? The time? The social circumstances? atmosphere What feelings does the narrative convey to the reader because of the description of setting, the choice of words, and the like? Who tells the story (an observer, the protagonist, ...)? From what perspective is the story told (first person narration, third person narration, ...)? Is the story told in a serious, humorous, ironic, sentimental, or way? Are there different parts in the text? Any subdivisions? How does the action start? What conveys the text coherence? Is there an open ending / surprise ending? p.o.v. tone structure choice o.w. imagery What register does the author employ to tell his story? Does the author decorate his / her writing with comparisons, metaphors, symbols, personifications, ...? + Comprehension + Don't have to quote + Present tense + Own words or indirectly + Introductional sentence + Analysis of a fictional text + Stylistic devices for example metaphors, rhetorical question, climax, irony, alliteration, ennimernation etc. + Narrator, narrator, narrative perspective / POV ● 1st person narrator I/Me 3rd person narrator He/she + Glossary at the end of our English book + Level of language • dictional adjectives, verbs, nouns + Expect.: (What we have to expect for the last task?) • 3a evaluation • To write an ending of an random story • To write an letter or an email ● To hold an dialogue • Comment Alternative für häufig benutzte Wörter