- 1 Englisch in It How to describe The cartoon mündliche Prüfung Lernzettel Step 1. Introduction - author, date and first publication source - briefly state the issue or target group (worum gehts? + Zielgruppe ) published - drawn by . (source)... on .. (date). shows / deals with / refers to comments on The cartoonist makes fun of... / criticises... for (doing sth.). a was cartoon ? and it was Step 2. Describtion - Describe the cartoon in detail + contents of captions, speech bubbles describe systematically • use present progressive to describe what people are doing use simple present to describe objects and the describe speech bubbles captions people's body language facial expressions 1 the setting ир the head • and their relationship with each other of (several ) 1 The cartoon consists of/ is made is divided into There is a caption / speech bubble / thought bubble The caption says / states that Position of elements - - on the left side / right side you see - in the foreground / background / middle / centre - in the top / bottom left / right corner contrasts black and white / colored - - The perspective is from above in a close-up / medium shot / long shot field size. Step 3. Describtion untersuche examine the elements (characters, objects, text) and - The - explain the message they convey. function of characters Step 4. - State can What does - What problem is presented ? picture /eye above / below / eye level / the side, / below the cartoon stands for / represents / is a a caricature cartoonist want to express ? and typical techniques effective and wheather the picture is elements are...
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responsible for its success / failure - personal opinion or your thoughts on picture represents the there which which topic the In my opinion, cartoonist is (not) successful in ting criticising because - The cartoon appeals (does not appeal) to me. The cartoonist effectively shows... is ... of .... presen- 1.1 describing a cartoon AUTH w Z NIKE 4.6.97 THE PYDELPAAMOUPER, UNTERTAL PRESS INDICATE. working conditions JUST DO IT/ In the middle of the picture wearing a Nike T-shirt. He is sign, he seems very agressive that he wants to beat slogan. It is from you can see a table At the bottom or something like that with shoes on it. There are sitting 5 boys behind it, their facial expression looks scared and they are also holding their hands above. their heads. It seems like to protect them- selfs. The children are wearing T-shirts and all of them haveing dark hair. a eye 1. Introduction The cartoon was drawn by an unknown cartoonist and in was published in 1991. is a huge man standing, he is holding a stick in form of a nike because of his gesture. It seems the boys with the stick. His facial expression is also very aggresiv, he has his mouth wide open So it looks like he There are also is screaming and shouting at the boys. a textural element like the speech bubble next to the man, it says just do it", it is the nike || It deals with the problem of global player companies and their black and white cartoon level. a perspective with a The cartoon represents the The boys global player companie looks aisan, that typical for global player. "Nike" to produce in countries where the production is the cheapest. It shows the problem of child labour, the children have to work bad working condidions instead of going to school. They are working for low wage low paid work under and NGO's trying to go and work against it, to help people. who need are and to prevent the child labour. In my opinion, the cartoonist is successfool in presenting the problems of global player companies because of the many emotions in the cartoon. The working conditions have to change also the child labour. GI O b Economic globalisation - activities of global players -priorities flexibility and profit - steady flow of money and goods (global markets. trade) a. industrial Countries a -international production chains/ sites (global production) - multinational companies produce wherever labour and overhead costs are cheapest (global player) -global collaboration and competition. developing countries efficiency, speed, - easier transport economy will develop - S - dvantages/hope easier transportation - cultural awareness / exchange - products become cheaper - > more products spread of technology a. innovation a Cultural globalisation -spread of previously local or national cultural phenomena around the world, e.g. sports, fashion, food, religion, music -global spread of ideas and values - Sports - tourism and travelling - fast food chains operating worldwide. - better jobs for workers - cultural awareness - life expectation increases t Technologial globalisation - rapid advances in technology microelectronics revolution O n better communication (easy, fast, efficient) · rapid distribution of information. disadvantages - global warming -people lose their jobs because of outsourcing - pollution : - gab between rich and poor gets bigger exploration of workers working conditions, health care, safety - global warming - pollution - child labour - loss of culture: Americanisation / Westernisation и + S + can increase company profits I can increase economic O u r efficiency can distribute jobs from developed countries to developing countries party Outsourcing is the business practice of hiring a outside a company to perform services and create goods that traditionally were performed in-house by the company own employees and staff. It is a practic usually undertaken by companies as a cost- cutting can affect a of jobs, measure. It wide range ranging from costomer Support to manufacturing to the back office. Working conditions child label- Kinderarbeit . . с people loose exploration of workers working conditions defeloping care, safety (countries, lack of transparency ·Labor or environmental standarts n company child labour 9 labour and their jobs may slip can backfire for the outsourcing global player Companies produce wherever overhead costs are cheapest. Eg. Amazon, Nestlé, Nike, Zara, Apple and so on. They produce in countries like or India (Asia). China Arbeitsbedingungen health 's the GIO b Global warming increasing of the average average with the term. There average weather patterns that climates. The changes a have tempreture global warming. causes climate change Climate change is an importand topic since many years. It is a longterm change in the Reasons a are SO many bad effects have come broad range How to reduce environment ? like - deforestation of forests livestock farming - burning of fossil fuels oil) (coal, gas, a The levels, melting glaciers and warming oceans. animals, destroy the places where they live.... - plant trees use public transport reusable bottles, bags of CO₂ and r observed to define Earth's local regional and global effects that are synonymous m in I intense storms, heat waves ) Greenhouse gases - acts like a greenhouse greenhouse gases reflecting rays back and they are warming up the earth → carbon dioxide (co₂) (co₂), methane (CH4) ng atmosphere to protect consequences can rising sea harm Consequenses : - ice melting, rising of sea level, floods drought a. - heat waves forest fires the - natural disasters get stronger - animals are losing their habitats eat less meat your dam house - pay attention to your footprint carbon- - carbon footprint. refers to Glob in a - a reasons long distance flight - eating much meat - T eating exotic, non seasonal fruits - having the heater on for a long time and the window open 3 the total emissions caused by your lifestyle carbon dioxide equivalent air pollution coal power plants traffic a r 1 Pollution Umwelt-/Verschmutzung - Gases ; CO₂ dust, smoke, soot reasons for m 1 ng reductions - eat local, seasonal - eat less meat - - go by public transport use reusable bottles, bags, lunch boxes wear your clothings as long as you can cars plane, ship - agriculture. → chemical fertilization and pesticides - private households cooking, heating, lightning NGO's (non govermental - private organisation which reprents opinions society - is not related to the goverment (independent) - non profit companies + more focus on the - - DRK examples: - Greenpeace Caritas - a - - Unicef WWF Aktion Mensch Goals: - create better and - to prevent child label - to help people in need - to reduce the damage on the environment to prevents animals from extermination organisation) of more Sustainable the human well life consumption/consumer manufacturing. goods global trade competition competitiveness to compete with sb. Vokabel trade barries trade agreement export / to export sth. spread to spread (sth.) gain / benefit multinational company to profit from sth. economic growth. prosperity to relocate sth. domestic production living standard at the expense of sb. / sth. exploitation to exploit sb. to earn poverty wealth - a subsistence wage of to be economically worse low wage low Skilled / low-paid gab between rich and poor wealth distribution garment industry to impose safety standarts Liste Konsum / Konsument Herrstellung, Produktion Waren, Güter globaler, weltweiter Handel Wettbewerb Wettbewerbsfähigkeit mit jmd. konkurrieren Handels barrieren Handelsabkommen Export / etw exportieren. Verbreitung / sich verbreiten Nutzen, Gewinn, Vorteil multinationales Unternehmen von etw. profitieren wirtschaftliches Wachstum Wohlstand etw. an einen anderen Ort verlegen. Produktion im Heimatland Lebensstandard auf Kosten einer Person / Sache Ausnutzung, Ausbeutung jmd. ausnutzen gerade genug zum Leben verdienen Armut Reichtum wirtschaftlich schlechter gestellt sein geringer Lohn schlecht ausgebildet / schlecht bezahlt die Kluft zwischen arm reich U Verteilung von Reichtum Bekleidungsindustrie Sicherheitsstandards durchsetzen working conditions per capita income unemployment rate gross domestic product to meet a goal globalization opponents/supporters agricultural griculture environment emission of greehouse gases to release sth. global warming / climate change crop yield drought melting of the glaciers increase (sth.) / decrease (sth.) sewage Arbeitsbedingungen Pro-Kopf- Einkommen Arbeitslosenrate Bruttosozialprodukt ein Ziel erreichen Globalisierungsgegner /- stutter landwirtschaftlich Landwirtschaft Umwelt Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen etw. freisetzen globale Erwärmung Ernteer trag Dürre das schmelzen d. Gletscher etw. erhöhen / etw. reduzieren Abwasser