Klausur Zusammenfassung ( KA.1, KS.1 )

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Klausur Zusammenfassung ( KA.1, KS.1 )

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• Listening Comprehension
Cartoon Analysis
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- Globalization :
- Definition
- Pro and Cons
- Three eras of Globalisa

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Englisch KA. 2 Themen: • Listening Comprehension Cartoon Analysis ● - Globalization : - Definition - Pro and Cons - Three eras of Globalisation - Globalisation and work-life balance - Global changes (Basic global trends, etc ) - Mindmap - Outsourcing (Advantages and Disadvantages ) - Climate Crisis - Paris Agreement - Carbon Footprint - Food miles - Greta Thunberg - United Kingdom : - British Empire (facts file) - The three stages of British Empire - The British Empire in Colour (negative and positive legacy) - Commonwealth - Colonialism - Bradford - Multicultural - Monarchy (Advantages, Disadvantages ) - British Political System - Racism in British Society - Immigration - Brexit - Current Development - Devolution Extra: - Political System and presidential Election - The US Presidential Election explained - Trump and John Biden 1. Definition : - Globalisation means to unite countries all around the globe to treat economically or technologically. Countries all around the world can profit from cheaper mass production. Conditions that are necessary for globalisation to spread : The labour and overhead costs are much cheaper in developing countries. People work efficient, fast and flexible. The cultural globalisation is furthered by continuing increase in global economic activity. Another important point is the ford that they can sell products throughout the global market - free trade - bordes opened PRO the spread of information increases cultural awareness lift people out of poverty - access to goods and services - better job opportunities - global...

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research collaboration - globalisation facilities trade / global communication better access to highly qualified people for companies - more open information flows (Information from anywhere in the world) Globalisation - cheaper prices for products and services (economic) - access to new cultural products ( art, Entertainment, education) - smaller countries can work together and gain more influence internationally Globalisation 1.0: Cons missed family time - more taxing - non-stop international communication - cross time zones - coordination is difficult and expensive - some countries struggle to compete - dangerous or violent ideals can also spread faster - dominance of foreign industries - exploitation of poor developing countries - increase in migration - global financial crisis situation -dependence on other countries regarding specific goods or services -global health issues and spread of pandemics - increase in average pollution The three eras of Globalisation - 1492-1800 - Columbus set sail, opening trade between the Old World and the New World - shrank the world from size large to a size medium - about countries and muscles ‚- dynamic force driving the process of global integration, muscles, horsepower, windpower and later steam power - countries and governments breaking down walls and knitting the world together (inspired by Religion, Imperialism or combination of both ) - GLOBAL INTEGRATION Where does my country fit into global competition and opportunities? - How can I go global and collaborate with others through my country? - primarly driven by European and American individuals and businesses - the world size Western countries competing with each other (for colonies) dynamic force = countries globalizing Globalisation 2.0: - 1800-2000 - interrupted by the Great Depression and World War I and II - shrank the world from a size medium to a size small - key agent of change = multinational companies = dynamic force went global for markets and labor - spearheaded by the expansion of the Dutch and English companies, Industrial Revolution 1. powered by falling transportation costs (thank to steam engine and railroad) - 2. by falling telecommunication costs (diffusion of telegraph, telephones, PC, satellites, fiber optic cable and the World Wide Web) - birth and maturation of global economy (movement of goods and information from steamships and railroads to telephones and mainframe computers Where does my company fit into the global economy? - How does it take advantage of the opportunities? How can I go global ad collaborate with others through my company? - break through in hardware - dynamic force = companies globalizing Globalisation 3.0: - shrank the world from size small to size tiny - dynamic force = individuals collaboration and globally competition - people realising they had more power to go global - more opportunities to work, not just compete - Where do I as an individual fit into the global competition and opportunities of the day? How can I, on my own, collaborate with others globally ? - empowered individuals - Western companies, countries, explorers doing the most of it - driven not only by individuals, but also by much more diverse groups of individuals (non Western, non white) - struggling profit to globalisation Globalisation and work-life balance - flying a lot around the world and working as long as it is office hours - missing family time - long conference time - too much time flying back - seeing yourself forced to stay in place and save time, money, even you are far away from your family - calls for several hours, long time of working, working late - world wide trade - good produced in local countries and transported by ship to faraway destination - Globalisation more taxing - Businesses more complex - global trade increased = more need of communication and interaction - production and delivery become more team based and knowledge based = more people are needed to interact - global business = more people interacting for more time across more countries - cost and ecological considerations encourage to reduce travel and adopt video- conferencing - companies recognizing they need to set boundaries around working hours, personal time and holidays we need to separate work and home - we need to hold family time sacrosanct - interface standards, across work packages, will minimize the need for expensive communication and interaction Globalisation world wide change on an economic, technological and cultural level - growing interaction between cultures and economics = global village increasing global mobility of people (tourists, immigrants, refugees, business travelers) -> global flows of money and goods between international markets and production sites - global spread of ideas and values - global distribution of information ( computer, television, newspaper, radio) - process of globalisation made possible by technological process (after WW II ) -> communication and production methods - growing influence of international organisations Global Challanges Basic global trends Economic globalisation existence of global players -> multinational companies -> produce labour and sell throughout the global marketing, thus miximising their profits and expandig trade - increase in mergers between international companies = huge corporations world wide -> international trade and foreign direct Investment - capital flows around all over the world more easily encouraged by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund -> give loans to finance infrastructure projects and other development programmes Technological globalisation - rapid technological change over the last 30 years · microelectronic revolution changed human contact on earth - information spreading faster - Internet, World Wide Web and communications satellies -> make possible to communicate easily and efficiently across national boundaries Cultural Globalisation - new channels of communication helped to spread commercial culture - Hollywood & Bollywood movies - American style youth culture -> attract millions of people world wide - spread of fast foos chains and ethnic restaurants Effects on industrialised countries Growing competition - constant pressure to cut costs in a free market economy - hiring and firing or privatising state-owned companies -> priority of efficiency, speed and profits Changes in working conditions and job opportunities - longer working hours and fewer holidays - lower wages with poorer working conditions - rising unemployment and early retirement demand for greater flexibility - higher mobility and better qualifications - more part time and temporary work instead of jobs for life Advantages and hopes In the developing countries - population hopes for new jobs -> local branches of multinational companies - businessmen expect new opportunities and markets - market economy seen as successful economic system, hopefully rising living standards and less poverty In the industrial world - hope through international trade and new business opportunities, able to preserve national social standards and income levels - spread of freedom, democracy and human rights -> hope for fewer wars and other conflicts worldwide For humankind as a whole - increasing opportunities for exchange on personal level may lead to greater understanding and friendship amog world citizens -> peaceful, borderless world of shared universal values Criticism and fears In the developing countries - people fear an increasing dependence on foreign support, investment and credits - warn against danger of foreign investors suddenly pulling out their capital - political danger: corrupt governments - negative cultural influences - manipulation through the mass media In the industrial world erosion of national cultures in Europa - massive illegal immigration - power of economic companies can no longer.be controlled by elected governments For Humankind as a whole - fear that majority of people will not profit from globalisation - uncontrolled economic activities are expected to increase inequality and growth in regional and ethnic tensions or in pollution - warn against cultural diversity and destruction of local cultures - Americanisation is predicted to widen the gap between rich and poor GLOBAL CHALLENGES Poverty - bridging the gap between the rich and the poor - poor people do not have access to employment, basic health care, education and essential commodities (food, clothing, shelter and water) -> narrow this gap through economic development and fair trading conditions for developing countries

Klausur Zusammenfassung ( KA.1, KS.1 )

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Klausur Zusammenfassung ( KA.1, KS.1 )

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- Globalization :
- Definition
- Pro and Cons
- Three eras of Globalisa

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Englisch KA. 2 Themen: • Listening Comprehension Cartoon Analysis ● - Globalization : - Definition - Pro and Cons - Three eras of Globalisation - Globalisation and work-life balance - Global changes (Basic global trends, etc ) - Mindmap - Outsourcing (Advantages and Disadvantages ) - Climate Crisis - Paris Agreement - Carbon Footprint - Food miles - Greta Thunberg - United Kingdom : - British Empire (facts file) - The three stages of British Empire - The British Empire in Colour (negative and positive legacy) - Commonwealth - Colonialism - Bradford - Multicultural - Monarchy (Advantages, Disadvantages ) - British Political System - Racism in British Society - Immigration - Brexit - Current Development - Devolution Extra: - Political System and presidential Election - The US Presidential Election explained - Trump and John Biden 1. Definition : - Globalisation means to unite countries all around the globe to treat economically or technologically. Countries all around the world can profit from cheaper mass production. Conditions that are necessary for globalisation to spread : The labour and overhead costs are much cheaper in developing countries. People work efficient, fast and flexible. The cultural globalisation is furthered by continuing increase in global economic activity. Another important point is the ford that they can sell products throughout the global market - free trade - bordes opened PRO the spread of information increases cultural awareness lift people out of poverty - access to goods and services - better job opportunities - global...

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research collaboration - globalisation facilities trade / global communication better access to highly qualified people for companies - more open information flows (Information from anywhere in the world) Globalisation - cheaper prices for products and services (economic) - access to new cultural products ( art, Entertainment, education) - smaller countries can work together and gain more influence internationally Globalisation 1.0: Cons missed family time - more taxing - non-stop international communication - cross time zones - coordination is difficult and expensive - some countries struggle to compete - dangerous or violent ideals can also spread faster - dominance of foreign industries - exploitation of poor developing countries - increase in migration - global financial crisis situation -dependence on other countries regarding specific goods or services -global health issues and spread of pandemics - increase in average pollution The three eras of Globalisation - 1492-1800 - Columbus set sail, opening trade between the Old World and the New World - shrank the world from size large to a size medium - about countries and muscles ‚- dynamic force driving the process of global integration, muscles, horsepower, windpower and later steam power - countries and governments breaking down walls and knitting the world together (inspired by Religion, Imperialism or combination of both ) - GLOBAL INTEGRATION Where does my country fit into global competition and opportunities? - How can I go global and collaborate with others through my country? - primarly driven by European and American individuals and businesses - the world size Western countries competing with each other (for colonies) dynamic force = countries globalizing Globalisation 2.0: - 1800-2000 - interrupted by the Great Depression and World War I and II - shrank the world from a size medium to a size small - key agent of change = multinational companies = dynamic force went global for markets and labor - spearheaded by the expansion of the Dutch and English companies, Industrial Revolution 1. powered by falling transportation costs (thank to steam engine and railroad) - 2. by falling telecommunication costs (diffusion of telegraph, telephones, PC, satellites, fiber optic cable and the World Wide Web) - birth and maturation of global economy (movement of goods and information from steamships and railroads to telephones and mainframe computers Where does my company fit into the global economy? - How does it take advantage of the opportunities? How can I go global ad collaborate with others through my company? - break through in hardware - dynamic force = companies globalizing Globalisation 3.0: - shrank the world from size small to size tiny - dynamic force = individuals collaboration and globally competition - people realising they had more power to go global - more opportunities to work, not just compete - Where do I as an individual fit into the global competition and opportunities of the day? How can I, on my own, collaborate with others globally ? - empowered individuals - Western companies, countries, explorers doing the most of it - driven not only by individuals, but also by much more diverse groups of individuals (non Western, non white) - struggling profit to globalisation Globalisation and work-life balance - flying a lot around the world and working as long as it is office hours - missing family time - long conference time - too much time flying back - seeing yourself forced to stay in place and save time, money, even you are far away from your family - calls for several hours, long time of working, working late - world wide trade - good produced in local countries and transported by ship to faraway destination - Globalisation more taxing - Businesses more complex - global trade increased = more need of communication and interaction - production and delivery become more team based and knowledge based = more people are needed to interact - global business = more people interacting for more time across more countries - cost and ecological considerations encourage to reduce travel and adopt video- conferencing - companies recognizing they need to set boundaries around working hours, personal time and holidays we need to separate work and home - we need to hold family time sacrosanct - interface standards, across work packages, will minimize the need for expensive communication and interaction Globalisation world wide change on an economic, technological and cultural level - growing interaction between cultures and economics = global village increasing global mobility of people (tourists, immigrants, refugees, business travelers) -> global flows of money and goods between international markets and production sites - global spread of ideas and values - global distribution of information ( computer, television, newspaper, radio) - process of globalisation made possible by technological process (after WW II ) -> communication and production methods - growing influence of international organisations Global Challanges Basic global trends Economic globalisation existence of global players -> multinational companies -> produce labour and sell throughout the global marketing, thus miximising their profits and expandig trade - increase in mergers between international companies = huge corporations world wide -> international trade and foreign direct Investment - capital flows around all over the world more easily encouraged by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund -> give loans to finance infrastructure projects and other development programmes Technological globalisation - rapid technological change over the last 30 years · microelectronic revolution changed human contact on earth - information spreading faster - Internet, World Wide Web and communications satellies -> make possible to communicate easily and efficiently across national boundaries Cultural Globalisation - new channels of communication helped to spread commercial culture - Hollywood & Bollywood movies - American style youth culture -> attract millions of people world wide - spread of fast foos chains and ethnic restaurants Effects on industrialised countries Growing competition - constant pressure to cut costs in a free market economy - hiring and firing or privatising state-owned companies -> priority of efficiency, speed and profits Changes in working conditions and job opportunities - longer working hours and fewer holidays - lower wages with poorer working conditions - rising unemployment and early retirement demand for greater flexibility - higher mobility and better qualifications - more part time and temporary work instead of jobs for life Advantages and hopes In the developing countries - population hopes for new jobs -> local branches of multinational companies - businessmen expect new opportunities and markets - market economy seen as successful economic system, hopefully rising living standards and less poverty In the industrial world - hope through international trade and new business opportunities, able to preserve national social standards and income levels - spread of freedom, democracy and human rights -> hope for fewer wars and other conflicts worldwide For humankind as a whole - increasing opportunities for exchange on personal level may lead to greater understanding and friendship amog world citizens -> peaceful, borderless world of shared universal values Criticism and fears In the developing countries - people fear an increasing dependence on foreign support, investment and credits - warn against danger of foreign investors suddenly pulling out their capital - political danger: corrupt governments - negative cultural influences - manipulation through the mass media In the industrial world erosion of national cultures in Europa - massive illegal immigration - power of economic companies can no longer.be controlled by elected governments For Humankind as a whole - fear that majority of people will not profit from globalisation - uncontrolled economic activities are expected to increase inequality and growth in regional and ethnic tensions or in pollution - warn against cultural diversity and destruction of local cultures - Americanisation is predicted to widen the gap between rich and poor GLOBAL CHALLENGES Poverty - bridging the gap between the rich and the poor - poor people do not have access to employment, basic health care, education and essential commodities (food, clothing, shelter and water) -> narrow this gap through economic development and fair trading conditions for developing countries