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Englisch - Kommunikationsprüfung Themenübersicht
Identity and language
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Great Britain
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USA
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3.3. The glob

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Abitur 2021 Englisch - Kommunikationsprüfung Themenübersicht Identity and language 1.1. Great Britain 2.1. 2.2. USA 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. The global role of the USA Globalization 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Media 6. English as a world language Political system Multicultural Britain American Dream Security Analysis 6.1. 6.2. Cartoon Statistics and diagrams 1 1 1 1 2 333455 1. Identity and language English as a world language Positive English has become "THE skill" if you want to work in global business or research career chances are better • English is everywhere, you cannot do without it internet, travel, fashion, sport, music, food languages and cultures have always undergone changes → this is natural and cannot be stopped in a globalized world we have to be open-minded and accept these changes → positive influences on our native culture and attitudes new words enrich our language, do not replace native words = offer more choices • English is easy to learn → makes communication easier 2. Great Britain Political system The constitutional monarchy Pro monarchy the monarch is seen as someone who stands above party politics → can act as a real representative of the country regardless of short-term political interests and strategies the monarch is seen as a nonpolitical figure symbolizing Britishness and national values the British monarchy has shown that it is able to reform itself and adapt to modern times • positive image of the British monarchy around the world helps to secure trade deals Negative English as the global language of business and science = more and more English words in other languages smaller languages will become extinct ● language determines culture extinction or change of a language...

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also means the loss of an individual culture/cultural alienation/loss of heritage cultural imperialism goes along with dominance of language and culture Con monarchy the monarch does not really have any real political power ➜ her/his functions are mainly formal and could easily be taken over by other political bodies or an elected president Britain is a hereditary monarchy → the successor to the throne will take the crown regardless of his/her suitability, character, previous scandals etc. in a modern democratic state the people should also be able to exercise democratic control of the head of the executive the British Sovereign is the most expensive monarch in Europe 1 members of the Royal Family have important functions heading all kinds of charities → their image and popularity help Pro charities to continue their good work Brexit Britain can still have access to the European market without being bound by EU rules → Britain could then negotiate trade agreements on her own GB could free itself from restrictions imposed by Brussels and become economically more successful euro-sceptics believe that Europe's principle of free movement means too much immigration into the country and insecurity (and terrorism) proponents of a Brexit claim that GB should get its sovereignty back unelected officials in Brussels make rules that elected politicians like the local MP can do nothing about Multicultural Britain India Immigration to Great Britain Positive aspects for India Con Indian families with a family member living abroad are less poor although many members of the Royal Family head charities they do not really engage in practical work for those charities Immigration: acculturation vs. parallel societies Positive aspects for Great Britain more people pay taxes more high skilled workers culture is changed and shaped = more multiculturalism people get more open minded europe is Britain's main trading partner free trade among member states benefits Britain (no trade barriers) financial advantages outweigh the membership fees Britain has to pay international banks are already thinking of leaving London → the consequences of Brexit would be unpredictable membership in the EU allows free movement between GB and EU countries → hundreds of British expats living in Spain and France might not have easy access to health services there anymore as an EU member Britain has much more influence Negative aspects for Great Britain ● higher population = less living space ● more racism and islamophobia Negative aspects for India ● only high skilled workers can migrate brain drain = more 2 India's economy profits from the huge amount of remittances which have been sent back to India American Dream 3. United States of America The American Dream today Still alive people can still achieve their aims if they work hard it's about equality of opportunities, not equality of rich and poor free movement between the social strata individualism is an important aim the American Dream is what you want it to be not necessarily material goods the American Dream is an ideal to encourage people to give their best the ideal never dies Pro surveillance Security Surveillance: security vs. privacy Not alive anymore Indians may struggle in GB of finding their own identity government must secure the general welfare of its citizens security outweighs personal concerns about privacy assimilation of western values British politicians restricted immigration rules those people who made their dream come true, make headlines ➜the thousands who don't succeed go unnoticed if you are not able to work hard you will not receive as much financial help as you would in Europe recent developments: the rich become richer, the poor stay poor, the middle class decreases in size high quality schools or universities are very expensive there are not enough well-paid jobs surveillance is important to track terrorists' actions to prevent them from planning attacks after 9/11 tighter security measures at airports and borders are essential to prevent attacks → terrorists can be prevented from entering the US due to surveillance American Dream: for (rich) whites only? pursuit of material things leads to disaster, climate change, and pollution Con surveillance tighter security controls can lead to profiling on ethnic or religious grounds the 4th Amendment bans • "unreasonable search and seizure" increased power of government agencies must be rejected → can be abused national security has often been used as an excuse → infringement of basic human rights violation of civil liberties 3

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 Abitur 2021
Englisch - Kommunikationsprüfung Themenübersicht
Identity and language
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Great Britain
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USA
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3.3. The glob

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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Abitur 2021 Englisch - Kommunikationsprüfung Themenübersicht Identity and language 1.1. Great Britain 2.1. 2.2. USA 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. The global role of the USA Globalization 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Media 6. English as a world language Political system Multicultural Britain American Dream Security Analysis 6.1. 6.2. Cartoon Statistics and diagrams 1 1 1 1 2 333455 1. Identity and language English as a world language Positive English has become "THE skill" if you want to work in global business or research career chances are better • English is everywhere, you cannot do without it internet, travel, fashion, sport, music, food languages and cultures have always undergone changes → this is natural and cannot be stopped in a globalized world we have to be open-minded and accept these changes → positive influences on our native culture and attitudes new words enrich our language, do not replace native words = offer more choices • English is easy to learn → makes communication easier 2. Great Britain Political system The constitutional monarchy Pro monarchy the monarch is seen as someone who stands above party politics → can act as a real representative of the country regardless of short-term political interests and strategies the monarch is seen as a nonpolitical figure symbolizing Britishness and national values the British monarchy has shown that it is able to reform itself and adapt to modern times • positive image of the British monarchy around the world helps to secure trade deals Negative English as the global language of business and science = more and more English words in other languages smaller languages will become extinct ● language determines culture extinction or change of a language...

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also means the loss of an individual culture/cultural alienation/loss of heritage cultural imperialism goes along with dominance of language and culture Con monarchy the monarch does not really have any real political power ➜ her/his functions are mainly formal and could easily be taken over by other political bodies or an elected president Britain is a hereditary monarchy → the successor to the throne will take the crown regardless of his/her suitability, character, previous scandals etc. in a modern democratic state the people should also be able to exercise democratic control of the head of the executive the British Sovereign is the most expensive monarch in Europe 1 members of the Royal Family have important functions heading all kinds of charities → their image and popularity help Pro charities to continue their good work Brexit Britain can still have access to the European market without being bound by EU rules → Britain could then negotiate trade agreements on her own GB could free itself from restrictions imposed by Brussels and become economically more successful euro-sceptics believe that Europe's principle of free movement means too much immigration into the country and insecurity (and terrorism) proponents of a Brexit claim that GB should get its sovereignty back unelected officials in Brussels make rules that elected politicians like the local MP can do nothing about Multicultural Britain India Immigration to Great Britain Positive aspects for India Con Indian families with a family member living abroad are less poor although many members of the Royal Family head charities they do not really engage in practical work for those charities Immigration: acculturation vs. parallel societies Positive aspects for Great Britain more people pay taxes more high skilled workers culture is changed and shaped = more multiculturalism people get more open minded europe is Britain's main trading partner free trade among member states benefits Britain (no trade barriers) financial advantages outweigh the membership fees Britain has to pay international banks are already thinking of leaving London → the consequences of Brexit would be unpredictable membership in the EU allows free movement between GB and EU countries → hundreds of British expats living in Spain and France might not have easy access to health services there anymore as an EU member Britain has much more influence Negative aspects for Great Britain ● higher population = less living space ● more racism and islamophobia Negative aspects for India ● only high skilled workers can migrate brain drain = more 2 India's economy profits from the huge amount of remittances which have been sent back to India American Dream 3. United States of America The American Dream today Still alive people can still achieve their aims if they work hard it's about equality of opportunities, not equality of rich and poor free movement between the social strata individualism is an important aim the American Dream is what you want it to be not necessarily material goods the American Dream is an ideal to encourage people to give their best the ideal never dies Pro surveillance Security Surveillance: security vs. privacy Not alive anymore Indians may struggle in GB of finding their own identity government must secure the general welfare of its citizens security outweighs personal concerns about privacy assimilation of western values British politicians restricted immigration rules those people who made their dream come true, make headlines ➜the thousands who don't succeed go unnoticed if you are not able to work hard you will not receive as much financial help as you would in Europe recent developments: the rich become richer, the poor stay poor, the middle class decreases in size high quality schools or universities are very expensive there are not enough well-paid jobs surveillance is important to track terrorists' actions to prevent them from planning attacks after 9/11 tighter security measures at airports and borders are essential to prevent attacks → terrorists can be prevented from entering the US due to surveillance American Dream: for (rich) whites only? pursuit of material things leads to disaster, climate change, and pollution Con surveillance tighter security controls can lead to profiling on ethnic or religious grounds the 4th Amendment bans • "unreasonable search and seizure" increased power of government agencies must be rejected → can be abused national security has often been used as an excuse → infringement of basic human rights violation of civil liberties 3