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1. Englisch LK Klausur ^ 71 27/09/2021 Q^ The given speech "Prime Minister's speech on Europe", delivered by Dopefully the Prime Minister David Cameron on November 10th 2015 at the Chatham House in London, deals with the med of eno HDD reform, in order to demain in other European Union, connection between the European Union and... the United Kingdom and the need of an EU, retorn in order to remain in this Union. / Cameron characterizes the Britisn as a rigorous and obstinate. He that they are a nation decides about the best decision conich says can for the United Kingdom. They should influenced not get mersmade by the close rela- tionship between the UK and the El Europe. The helps the the gaining power and prosperity they are percnt for the late. Brigh still is an engaged. was, and nation as a member of the -European Union. Kom The benefits (1/3) got! the Uk gets from the connection. Un between them and the EU are important. The uk gains power and prosperity for their nation. In addition, the EU is important 2x Z/6r for Britain's economy. Half of Britain's trade is accounted from the Euro- pean Union. (namorastero (@seren However, Camerons talks about bad effects too. If the Ell gets problems, the UK will not bee be completely unaffected. Cameron wants a fe reform Britain got His which benefits as well entire EU" achieve such an is not a change agreement. If there ponsibility and a reforms and the EUP a not oil thee and the EU cannot fulfil the national. interests of Britain anymore. Cameron thinks the that the me...

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might have to leave ave European Union. Jan Nice! the goal is ии the I am going In the following. to analyze how Cameron uses stylistic devices, tone and register, R as well as personal prounowns to his point of of view. support his. His & speech starts with a short sentence. The antithesis and meta- phor "ed Head, not heart" (e. 14) he gets the audiences attention. They will speculate about what Cameron means with this phroye. In the next part he starts off with the we of the personal prounoun 'I' le.15). This gives the audience the effect that he has everything under CONTOI. He continues with characterizing the British, using words line "we" lll. 16) and. "nation" (e.). He creates the audience connection, gut! audience the of siche unten! Gr content is better to remember. In the next part, Cameron wes. from Durch friends a quote "pessonal pronbem verwenden! and a feeling of unity. Especially in the next part of his speech. In the me parallelism in line 18 to: 201/ he repeats the personal prounoun. "we" and the structure of the sentences while describing the British. ✓ This has the effect that the <- hier besser vergleiche oben! fut (cf, 1.22). The listeners get to know. other resources, not only the words from Cameron. This leads to more rhetorical Huyt. TheRxt The texertat question. * Autono le nicht no +? [...] how could were" If.30) is there to for persuading the audience. It is not meant to be answered, but the audience will still think about it. Especially the use of the word "Security " "remarhable. For example in line 25, 27, 37, 42 and 45. The audience will notice this 100 and they will get a gost fearing noe feel more safe knowing that for cameron gut. the security is important! F that there are The antithesis in the next part describes # advantages and disadvantages from the the mem- bership with the EU (cf., el.52). Cameron knows where the problems are and what he way to do. In line 55 "[...] history. teaches by [...]", Cameron references to past events. This will have the effect the audience weight. more easily that A better imagine. that problems. need to be confronted. In the A the next part Cameron is clearly stating his goal" He says that he wants. to achieve an agreement which has benefits for Britain and for the EU (cf., ee 57). In the last part. of his speech he is wing the personal prounouns to support his speech again. The parallelism. "I will campaign [...]" in line 60 and 61 starts be with the word "!". The audience notice will again that Cameron was everything under 1 control. That he is the best Prime Minister, knows what to do t for the nations best interest. pasionate about it: He is having possion "with all my heart and all my roul" le. 61). His the shore sentence speech ends with "I sule whole speech. more This the effect of power and e authority.g Fitive nothing not they out." 16.67). The is written in 9 format, than informar register. give provides то To conclude you can say that uyes Cameron w many ways. support his point of view and. to persuade his audience. Es Secially Especially the use of personal. prounours and the stylistic devices. are helping him. He is repeating (213) Sung (metaphor) Aufgabenstellung Teil I 1. Summarize how David Cameron characterizes the British and how he understands their connection to the EU. ✔ 2. Analyse the line of argumentation of the speech and show how Cameron uses stylistic devices, tone and register to support his point of view. 3. Choose one of the following tasks! a.) Evaluate the speech. In how far is the British attitude towards Europe a reason for the Brexit? b) Write a diary entry dealing with your thoughts about the Brexit one day after the referendum using your background knowledge and information from the text. Aufgabenstellung Teil II 4. A friend from London asks you if you heard anything about their "trucker crisis". Write an e-mail to your friend explaining what you read in the given article and what you think about it. Quelle: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-speech-on-europe 5 From:Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street and David Cameron MP Delivered on: 10 November 2015 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) Location: Chatham House, London First published: 10 November 2015 10 15 parallelism ↓ same Structure metaphon? 20 Text Teil I he & the government? 25 The Prime Minister delivered his speech on Europe at Chatham House, setting out the case for EU reform. 30 Prime Minister's speech on Europe Like most British people, I come to this question with a frame of mind that is practical, not emotional. thinking feeling. Head, not heart. antithesis at the beginning gets listeners attention I know some of our European partners may find that disappointing about Britain. But that is who we are. ↓ better to remember/ We see the European Union as a means to an end, not an end in itself. emphasise That is how we have always been as a nation. we of personal prounoun 'we' is feeling of unity We are rigorously practical. sorge amig/gründlich We are obstinately down to earth. haiträckis We are natural debunkers. connection to the audience An instrument to amplify our nation's power and prosperity - like NATO, like our "Europe where necessary, national where possible", as our Dutch friends put it. other relource anaphora sportistand & SEU helped gaining ferity metapher vesichten membership of the UN Security Council or the IMF. simile power We understand that there is a close relationship between the security and prosperity of the continent to which our island is tied geographically... ... and our own security and prosperity.) In the week when we commemorate the end of the Great War... ... and in the year when we have marked the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Europe, how could we not? rhetorical question persuading audience Britain has contributed in full measure to the freedom that Europe's nations enjoy today. Across the continent, from Ypres to Monte Cassino, from Bayeux to Arnhem,... ... in stone cold cemeteries lie the remains of British servicemen who crossed the Channel to help subjugated nations throw off the tyrant's yoke….. of off there is LES a close relationship from the Uk to Elirope addresses to a certain group of people way to protect and advance our economic and our national Security. 45 So today, as we confront fresh threats and dangers to our country... 45 10 50 15 antitheti C5 20 60 25 ... and return liberty to her rightful place on what Churchill called 'this noble continent. Blan And today, we continue to play our full role in European security and in global security. encased nation [...] Britain has always been an engaged nation, because we know that engagement is the best Key words. said offen -> still my Britains econom almost half of Just as it matters to us that - while we are not part of the Euro- and, in my view never will be ... it matters for our economic security that the European Union is competitive and succeeds in promoting prosperity for its members.) the Ell is important for becase they allout for Node - the Eurozone is able to deal with its problems and succeed. ->if El. gets 5 Britain Problems. If it fails to do so, we will certainly not be immune from the side effects. doo get That is why, almost 3 years ago, I set out the case for reform-reform that would benefit is for reform Britain, and in my view benefit the entire EU. 3 benett for both (Ell and Britain) I was clear that Britain gains advantages from her membership of the EU. But I was also clear that there are some major problems which need to be addressed. Political leadership means confronting these problems, not wishing them away. he knows what he has to If we ignore them, history teaches us that they will only get worse. [...] 4. g do past events eredi recirs that the Reforence to So I have every confidence that we will achieve an agreement that works for Britain and works for our European partners. And if and when we do so, as I said 3 years ago,... X I will campaign to keep Britain inside a reformed European Union... passion 65 30 ...I am in no doubt that for Britain the European question is not just a matter of economic security but of national security too... use of the persond proun oun'!! + L> gives the seeing that Cameron has everything ... not just a matter of jobs and trade, but of the safety and security, of our nation. under con HOI Equally, when the European Union accounts for almost half of our trade... LSteeple parallelism.I'll campaign for it with all my heart and all my soul,... ... because that will be unambiguously in our national interest. But if we can't reach such an agreement,... ... and if Britain's concerns were to be met with a deaf ear, which I do not believe will audience Experiend happen... ..then we will have to think again about whether this European Union is right for us. As I have said before I rule nothing out. 1580- if there and an isn't a reform of the Eu EU isn't in the national interest anj more they have to think leaving lit there isn't SA agreement) a good of Britan about his goal Text Teil II 100.000 Lkw-Fahrer fehlen Britischer Verkehrsminister will »Himmel und Hölle in Bewegung setzen<< Sorry out of use Um den Fahrermangel zu bekämpfen, will die Regierung nun >>alles tun, was nötig ist<<, verspricht der Verkehrsminister. Unterdessen warnen Einzelhändler vor weiteren Engpässen. Es blieben nur zehn Tage, um das Weihnachtsgeschäft zu retten. 24.09.2021, 15.15 Uhr Geschlossene Zapfsäule an einer britischen Tankstelle: Fahrermangel mit Folgen Der Treibstoff ist da - doch er kommt nicht dort an, wo er gebraucht wird, weil die Lkw-Fahrer fehlen. Nun verspricht die britische Regierung verstärkte Anstrengungen, um den Fahrermangel zu bekämpfen. »Wir werden Himmel und Hölle in Bewegung setzen, um sicherzustellen, dass die Engpässe gelindert werden«, sagte Verkehrsminister Grant Shapps dem Sender Sky News. Am Vortag hatte der Ölkonzern BP erklärt, einige seiner 1200 britischen Tankstellen schließen zu müssen, da es an Truckern für den Transport von Benzin und Diesel mangele. An Tankstellen in London und in Kent bildeten sich am Freitag Schlangen vor den Zapfsäulen, weil Autofahrer Engpässe befürchteten. Schätzungen zufolge fehlen der britischen Transportbranche derzeit rund 100.000 Fahrer. Das ist vor allem darauf zurückzuführen, dass etwa 25.000 Trucker nach dem Brexit auf den europäischen Kontinent zurückgekehrt sind und dass die Coronapandemie die Ausbildung neuer Fahrer behindert. [...] Schon im August hatte die Schnellrestaurant-Kette McDonald's aufgrund von Problemen in den Lieferketten Milchshakes und bestimmte Getränke von den Speisekarten seiner britischen Filialen nehmen müssen. Dem Wettbewerber Nando's war Hühnerfleisch ausgegangen. Shapps sagte, man müsse auch dafür sorgen, dass der Beruf des Lkw-Fahrers attraktiver werde. Großbritannien habe lange von billigen Arbeitskräften zumeist aus Osteuropa profitiert. [...] Langfristig brauche man aber höhere Löhne und bessere Arbeitsbedingungen für die Beschäftigten. Erreichte Punkte: 1. Inhaltliche Leistung Inhalt Task1: summary Neutral, in eigenen Worten, im Präsens die Kernaussagen aufgabenbezogen zusammenfassend /abstrahierend: O characterization of the British national attitude and attitude towards the EU. O characterization of the relationship between the UK and the EU based on that attitude. Task2: analysis Aufgabenbezogener Überleitungssatz und die Ergebnisse der Analyse zusammenfassender Schlusssatz Im Hauptteil wiederkehrender Dreischritt von o Fachbegriff o Beleg/Beispiel o Effekt Task3 a: evaluation Argumentationsstruktur: Attitude is one main reason for the Brexit (threads as given in the text went too far) but other reason such as cultural change and the resulting racism as well as negative economical compared to e.g. Germany are important reasons, too. Eigenständige Bewertung Hintergrundwissen Task3 b: recreation of text L.Halbjahr 2021/22 Prüfling versetzt sich glaubhaft in die Situation nach dem Brexit und bezieht je nach gewählter Perspektive glaubhaft Stellung zu den Ereignissen. Klausurteil B: mediation Inhalt Aufgabenbezug / Passung von Adressat, Texttyp, Intention max. Punkt- zahl 9 10 9 12 er- reichte Punkte 10 7 10 36 2. Sprachliche Leistung / Darstellungsleistung (Klausurteile A und B) 1 Anforderungen: Die Schülerin / Der Schüler Kommunikative Textgestaltung: • richtet ihren/seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Intention und den/ die Adressaten im Sinne der Aufgabenstellung aus, 3 . • berücksichtigt den situativen Kontext, beachtet die Textsortenmerkmale des geforderten Zieltextformats, erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten Text, gestaltet ihren/seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 2 Ausdrucksvermögen / Verfügbarkeit sprachlicher Mittel: • löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig, ggf. unter Verwendung von Kompensationsstrategien, • verwendet funktional einen sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatz, verwendet funktional einen sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Funktionswortschatz, verwendet einen variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbau. Sprachrichtigkeit: beachtet die Normen der sprachlichen Korrektheit im Sinne einer gelingenden Kommunikation, und zwar in den Bereichen Wortschatz, Grammatik, Orthographie (Rechtschreibung, Zeichensetzung) GESAMTPUNKTZAHL KLAUSUR GESAMTNOTE* Zuordnung der Punktzahl zu den Notenstufen: Note Sehr gut plus Sehr gut Sehr gut minus Gut plus Gut Gut minus Befriedigend plus Befriedigend Befriedigend minus Ausreichend plus Ausreichend Ausreichend minus Mangelhaft plus Mangelhaft Mangelhaft minus Ungenügend 95-400 P. 90-94 P. 85-89 P. 80-84 P. 75-79 P. 70-74 P. 65-69 P. 60-64 P. 55-59 P. 50-54 P. 45-49 P. 39-44 P. 33-38 P. 27-32 P. 20-26 P. 0-19 P. max. er- Punkt- reichte zahl Punkte 20 20 18 20 19 100 92 19 R 56

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1. Englisch LK Klausur ^ 71 27/09/2021 Q^ The given speech "Prime Minister's speech on Europe", delivered by Dopefully the Prime Minister David Cameron on November 10th 2015 at the Chatham House in London, deals with the med of eno HDD reform, in order to demain in other European Union, connection between the European Union and... the United Kingdom and the need of an EU, retorn in order to remain in this Union. / Cameron characterizes the Britisn as a rigorous and obstinate. He that they are a nation decides about the best decision conich says can for the United Kingdom. They should influenced not get mersmade by the close rela- tionship between the UK and the El Europe. The helps the the gaining power and prosperity they are percnt for the late. Brigh still is an engaged. was, and nation as a member of the -European Union. Kom The benefits (1/3) got! the Uk gets from the connection. Un between them and the EU are important. The uk gains power and prosperity for their nation. In addition, the EU is important 2x Z/6r for Britain's economy. Half of Britain's trade is accounted from the Euro- pean Union. (namorastero (@seren However, Camerons talks about bad effects too. If the Ell gets problems, the UK will not bee be completely unaffected. Cameron wants a fe reform Britain got His which benefits as well entire EU" achieve such an is not a change agreement. If there ponsibility and a reforms and the EUP a not oil thee and the EU cannot fulfil the national. interests of Britain anymore. Cameron thinks the that the me...

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might have to leave ave European Union. Jan Nice! the goal is ии the I am going In the following. to analyze how Cameron uses stylistic devices, tone and register, R as well as personal prounowns to his point of of view. support his. His & speech starts with a short sentence. The antithesis and meta- phor "ed Head, not heart" (e. 14) he gets the audiences attention. They will speculate about what Cameron means with this phroye. In the next part he starts off with the we of the personal prounoun 'I' le.15). This gives the audience the effect that he has everything under CONTOI. He continues with characterizing the British, using words line "we" lll. 16) and. "nation" (e.). He creates the audience connection, gut! audience the of siche unten! Gr content is better to remember. In the next part, Cameron wes. from Durch friends a quote "pessonal pronbem verwenden! and a feeling of unity. Especially in the next part of his speech. In the me parallelism in line 18 to: 201/ he repeats the personal prounoun. "we" and the structure of the sentences while describing the British. ✓ This has the effect that the <- hier besser vergleiche oben! fut (cf, 1.22). The listeners get to know. other resources, not only the words from Cameron. This leads to more rhetorical Huyt. TheRxt The texertat question. * Autono le nicht no +? [...] how could were" If.30) is there to for persuading the audience. It is not meant to be answered, but the audience will still think about it. Especially the use of the word "Security " "remarhable. For example in line 25, 27, 37, 42 and 45. The audience will notice this 100 and they will get a gost fearing noe feel more safe knowing that for cameron gut. the security is important! F that there are The antithesis in the next part describes # advantages and disadvantages from the the mem- bership with the EU (cf., el.52). Cameron knows where the problems are and what he way to do. In line 55 "[...] history. teaches by [...]", Cameron references to past events. This will have the effect the audience weight. more easily that A better imagine. that problems. need to be confronted. In the A the next part Cameron is clearly stating his goal" He says that he wants. to achieve an agreement which has benefits for Britain and for the EU (cf., ee 57). In the last part. of his speech he is wing the personal prounouns to support his speech again. The parallelism. "I will campaign [...]" in line 60 and 61 starts be with the word "!". The audience notice will again that Cameron was everything under 1 control. That he is the best Prime Minister, knows what to do t for the nations best interest. pasionate about it: He is having possion "with all my heart and all my roul" le. 61). His the shore sentence speech ends with "I sule whole speech. more This the effect of power and e authority.g Fitive nothing not they out." 16.67). The is written in 9 format, than informar register. give provides то To conclude you can say that uyes Cameron w many ways. support his point of view and. to persuade his audience. Es Secially Especially the use of personal. prounours and the stylistic devices. are helping him. He is repeating (213) Sung (metaphor) Aufgabenstellung Teil I 1. Summarize how David Cameron characterizes the British and how he understands their connection to the EU. ✔ 2. Analyse the line of argumentation of the speech and show how Cameron uses stylistic devices, tone and register to support his point of view. 3. Choose one of the following tasks! a.) Evaluate the speech. In how far is the British attitude towards Europe a reason for the Brexit? b) Write a diary entry dealing with your thoughts about the Brexit one day after the referendum using your background knowledge and information from the text. Aufgabenstellung Teil II 4. A friend from London asks you if you heard anything about their "trucker crisis". Write an e-mail to your friend explaining what you read in the given article and what you think about it. Quelle: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-speech-on-europe 5 From:Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street and David Cameron MP Delivered on: 10 November 2015 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) Location: Chatham House, London First published: 10 November 2015 10 15 parallelism ↓ same Structure metaphon? 20 Text Teil I he & the government? 25 The Prime Minister delivered his speech on Europe at Chatham House, setting out the case for EU reform. 30 Prime Minister's speech on Europe Like most British people, I come to this question with a frame of mind that is practical, not emotional. thinking feeling. Head, not heart. antithesis at the beginning gets listeners attention I know some of our European partners may find that disappointing about Britain. But that is who we are. ↓ better to remember/ We see the European Union as a means to an end, not an end in itself. emphasise That is how we have always been as a nation. we of personal prounoun 'we' is feeling of unity We are rigorously practical. sorge amig/gründlich We are obstinately down to earth. haiträckis We are natural debunkers. connection to the audience An instrument to amplify our nation's power and prosperity - like NATO, like our "Europe where necessary, national where possible", as our Dutch friends put it. other relource anaphora sportistand & SEU helped gaining ferity metapher vesichten membership of the UN Security Council or the IMF. simile power We understand that there is a close relationship between the security and prosperity of the continent to which our island is tied geographically... ... and our own security and prosperity.) In the week when we commemorate the end of the Great War... ... and in the year when we have marked the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Europe, how could we not? rhetorical question persuading audience Britain has contributed in full measure to the freedom that Europe's nations enjoy today. Across the continent, from Ypres to Monte Cassino, from Bayeux to Arnhem,... ... in stone cold cemeteries lie the remains of British servicemen who crossed the Channel to help subjugated nations throw off the tyrant's yoke….. of off there is LES a close relationship from the Uk to Elirope addresses to a certain group of people way to protect and advance our economic and our national Security. 45 So today, as we confront fresh threats and dangers to our country... 45 10 50 15 antitheti C5 20 60 25 ... and return liberty to her rightful place on what Churchill called 'this noble continent. Blan And today, we continue to play our full role in European security and in global security. encased nation [...] Britain has always been an engaged nation, because we know that engagement is the best Key words. said offen -> still my Britains econom almost half of Just as it matters to us that - while we are not part of the Euro- and, in my view never will be ... it matters for our economic security that the European Union is competitive and succeeds in promoting prosperity for its members.) the Ell is important for becase they allout for Node - the Eurozone is able to deal with its problems and succeed. ->if El. gets 5 Britain Problems. If it fails to do so, we will certainly not be immune from the side effects. doo get That is why, almost 3 years ago, I set out the case for reform-reform that would benefit is for reform Britain, and in my view benefit the entire EU. 3 benett for both (Ell and Britain) I was clear that Britain gains advantages from her membership of the EU. But I was also clear that there are some major problems which need to be addressed. Political leadership means confronting these problems, not wishing them away. he knows what he has to If we ignore them, history teaches us that they will only get worse. [...] 4. g do past events eredi recirs that the Reforence to So I have every confidence that we will achieve an agreement that works for Britain and works for our European partners. And if and when we do so, as I said 3 years ago,... X I will campaign to keep Britain inside a reformed European Union... passion 65 30 ...I am in no doubt that for Britain the European question is not just a matter of economic security but of national security too... use of the persond proun oun'!! + L> gives the seeing that Cameron has everything ... not just a matter of jobs and trade, but of the safety and security, of our nation. under con HOI Equally, when the European Union accounts for almost half of our trade... LSteeple parallelism.I'll campaign for it with all my heart and all my soul,... ... because that will be unambiguously in our national interest. But if we can't reach such an agreement,... ... and if Britain's concerns were to be met with a deaf ear, which I do not believe will audience Experiend happen... ..then we will have to think again about whether this European Union is right for us. As I have said before I rule nothing out. 1580- if there and an isn't a reform of the Eu EU isn't in the national interest anj more they have to think leaving lit there isn't SA agreement) a good of Britan about his goal Text Teil II 100.000 Lkw-Fahrer fehlen Britischer Verkehrsminister will »Himmel und Hölle in Bewegung setzen<< Sorry out of use Um den Fahrermangel zu bekämpfen, will die Regierung nun >>alles tun, was nötig ist<<, verspricht der Verkehrsminister. Unterdessen warnen Einzelhändler vor weiteren Engpässen. Es blieben nur zehn Tage, um das Weihnachtsgeschäft zu retten. 24.09.2021, 15.15 Uhr Geschlossene Zapfsäule an einer britischen Tankstelle: Fahrermangel mit Folgen Der Treibstoff ist da - doch er kommt nicht dort an, wo er gebraucht wird, weil die Lkw-Fahrer fehlen. Nun verspricht die britische Regierung verstärkte Anstrengungen, um den Fahrermangel zu bekämpfen. »Wir werden Himmel und Hölle in Bewegung setzen, um sicherzustellen, dass die Engpässe gelindert werden«, sagte Verkehrsminister Grant Shapps dem Sender Sky News. Am Vortag hatte der Ölkonzern BP erklärt, einige seiner 1200 britischen Tankstellen schließen zu müssen, da es an Truckern für den Transport von Benzin und Diesel mangele. An Tankstellen in London und in Kent bildeten sich am Freitag Schlangen vor den Zapfsäulen, weil Autofahrer Engpässe befürchteten. Schätzungen zufolge fehlen der britischen Transportbranche derzeit rund 100.000 Fahrer. Das ist vor allem darauf zurückzuführen, dass etwa 25.000 Trucker nach dem Brexit auf den europäischen Kontinent zurückgekehrt sind und dass die Coronapandemie die Ausbildung neuer Fahrer behindert. [...] Schon im August hatte die Schnellrestaurant-Kette McDonald's aufgrund von Problemen in den Lieferketten Milchshakes und bestimmte Getränke von den Speisekarten seiner britischen Filialen nehmen müssen. Dem Wettbewerber Nando's war Hühnerfleisch ausgegangen. Shapps sagte, man müsse auch dafür sorgen, dass der Beruf des Lkw-Fahrers attraktiver werde. Großbritannien habe lange von billigen Arbeitskräften zumeist aus Osteuropa profitiert. [...] Langfristig brauche man aber höhere Löhne und bessere Arbeitsbedingungen für die Beschäftigten. Erreichte Punkte: 1. Inhaltliche Leistung Inhalt Task1: summary Neutral, in eigenen Worten, im Präsens die Kernaussagen aufgabenbezogen zusammenfassend /abstrahierend: O characterization of the British national attitude and attitude towards the EU. O characterization of the relationship between the UK and the EU based on that attitude. Task2: analysis Aufgabenbezogener Überleitungssatz und die Ergebnisse der Analyse zusammenfassender Schlusssatz Im Hauptteil wiederkehrender Dreischritt von o Fachbegriff o Beleg/Beispiel o Effekt Task3 a: evaluation Argumentationsstruktur: Attitude is one main reason for the Brexit (threads as given in the text went too far) but other reason such as cultural change and the resulting racism as well as negative economical compared to e.g. Germany are important reasons, too. Eigenständige Bewertung Hintergrundwissen Task3 b: recreation of text L.Halbjahr 2021/22 Prüfling versetzt sich glaubhaft in die Situation nach dem Brexit und bezieht je nach gewählter Perspektive glaubhaft Stellung zu den Ereignissen. Klausurteil B: mediation Inhalt Aufgabenbezug / Passung von Adressat, Texttyp, Intention max. Punkt- zahl 9 10 9 12 er- reichte Punkte 10 7 10 36 2. Sprachliche Leistung / Darstellungsleistung (Klausurteile A und B) 1 Anforderungen: Die Schülerin / Der Schüler Kommunikative Textgestaltung: • richtet ihren/seinen Text konsequent und explizit auf die Intention und den/ die Adressaten im Sinne der Aufgabenstellung aus, 3 . • berücksichtigt den situativen Kontext, beachtet die Textsortenmerkmale des geforderten Zieltextformats, erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten Text, gestaltet ihren/seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 2 Ausdrucksvermögen / Verfügbarkeit sprachlicher Mittel: • löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig, ggf. unter Verwendung von Kompensationsstrategien, • verwendet funktional einen sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten allgemeinen und thematischen Wortschatz, verwendet funktional einen sachlich wie stilistisch angemessenen und differenzierten Funktionswortschatz, verwendet einen variablen und dem jeweiligen Zieltextformat angemessenen Satzbau. Sprachrichtigkeit: beachtet die Normen der sprachlichen Korrektheit im Sinne einer gelingenden Kommunikation, und zwar in den Bereichen Wortschatz, Grammatik, Orthographie (Rechtschreibung, Zeichensetzung) GESAMTPUNKTZAHL KLAUSUR GESAMTNOTE* Zuordnung der Punktzahl zu den Notenstufen: Note Sehr gut plus Sehr gut Sehr gut minus Gut plus Gut Gut minus Befriedigend plus Befriedigend Befriedigend minus Ausreichend plus Ausreichend Ausreichend minus Mangelhaft plus Mangelhaft Mangelhaft minus Ungenügend 95-400 P. 90-94 P. 85-89 P. 80-84 P. 75-79 P. 70-74 P. 65-69 P. 60-64 P. 55-59 P. 50-54 P. 45-49 P. 39-44 P. 33-38 P. 27-32 P. 20-26 P. 0-19 P. max. er- Punkt- reichte zahl Punkte 20 20 18 20 19 100 92 19 R 56