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Charlotte weinaug Englisch klausur- reading and writing The Speech "the new world of interconnections I a world. progress, which was held by Christine Lagarde on the excess occasion of a graduation address in 2012. at the John F. Kennedy school of Government at Harvard university is about the ways our generation has. to change the world to a better place. be come Christine Lagarde talks about that in the this new world, communication all over the world really easy is and a cheap, also that our generation every time ish in contact with many people but also with the Current issues in the world, Lagarde says that our generation has the challenge but also the chance to do something good for the world. She talks about that the different Opportunities our generation has to from text. fight for, like better Guing standards for all or directly greater equality of opportunity for example between men and women of rich and poor. She says that this generation has to fight for peace all over the world. Gesamtschule Monster-Mitte Stadt. Gesamtschule Jüdefelder Str. 10 48143 Münster A 86! SHI конова Нуз S In the following I'm going to analyze how Lagarde's ideas are presented. The text is written in informal language but quo in fermal language Ithink. (entscheide dich) The choice of words ss has the claim to underlines Sho sb the trust in this generation and the...

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necessary for $16/A changing many things in the world, 4 we In her first sentence she uses an inclusive we! Stand at the entrance..." (PG-7). With this inclusivewe she wants to give the audience the feeling of unity, that they are part of something. Also she uses Gran enumeration, at the entrance of a new world, a whole ${ The new way of living, of communicating, of crossing borders (1167) She to underlines the aspects she has named. She also the (1 56/Aho uses enumeration today communication is cheap, instantaneous, multifaceted and global " (#*0.17) to show how many things 'communication is. 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Then she wes a metaphor !! their rightful seat at the table of prosperity "(.36) to visualite that also the poorest : (verb) am countries have a right of prosperity. In the following She uses two enumerations greats equality and greater equalits of opportunity, bet "between men and women. mily, rich and poor, young and old "lee 40-41) and aphora om ana C+ our world, in our countries, in our lives?" (1.4h). -9) The first enumeration should clarity how many people don't have the same equality of opportunity. The second enumeration should underline L in the world where in the world they have to work for peace. Then Lagarde uses a metaphor: "It's a bridge between peoples and generations" (fl.44-45) to wisucuze that the education connects people and generations. visualize zers article Gr In the last paragraph she uses a personifileation: "don't R forget that hope whispers" (el. 57-58) to visualize the sentences and create a mental picture. Lagarde ses in the end often a direct address to so !! ll. 49, 14. 22) make a feeling to get the attention from the audience. Präp Conclusion A 56 no short forms! C es. Intere e some tim ifferent rhe re effects of A S cou Mid Charlotte weinaug Hello everyone, today i want to talk about the effects that globalization has on Germany's economic. 28 increased by such a Globalization has a really big effect on Germany and also on other industrialnations. Due the effect of globalization grow, the grass domestic product/up ASCO euro per year. The globalization has a so big influence to the Germanys economic, that the per year domestic product in Germany by ca. 100 milliarden euro, decreased Globalization has advantages and also disadvantages. For industrie nations. Globalization is a really good thing but due to the globalization is the difference between rich and becomes bigger the gross A 8h / Temp A poor countries bigher. In Germany grow the The clue globalization but in gross domestic product countries like Ching or Indien the number den't doesn't R W w/br the same A Pl Englisch Klausur-Mediation Gesamtschule Münster-Mitte Städt. Gesamtschule Jüdefelder Str. 10 48143 Münster grow this like this. It was less than 100 euroes Capita per person. After a time the longer may be difference between rich and poor countries could decrease re e get lower but today the difference is huge. © In conclusion, the influence of globalization is good for industrial nations like germany but the influence is not that good for other countries like China, India or mexico. If the inclustre/States de expanded would make better their developement polities they could help the other countries a little bit. Thank you for your attention! N2 R R/W A Temp 2 Sb zeroarticle St Präp RR2 PLAP R штетр SL RW RASE SL W/A WR Präp 5.0. WS/A 10 15 Q1, Exam No. 3: Europe and a globalised world 5 The "new" world of interconnections: a world in progress inclusive we We stand at the entrance of a new world, a whole new way of living, of communicating, of enumeration crossing borders. It is the great paradox of our age: the world gets bigger, with so many more people and places sharing the fruits of knowledge and prosperity; and the world gets smaller, with so many more people and places crossing paths and sharing destinies. Repetition 25 16th March, 2021 name: Charlotte Weinaug Part A: Reading and Writing Speech by Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF, on the occasion of a graduation address delivered in 2012 at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. For today, the world is more closely-knit than ever before. An infinity of little interconnections dances across the fabric of global society, transforming millions of fragmented images into one dazzling mosaic. As George Bernard Shaw put it, "We are all dependent on one another, every soul of us on earth". Today, communication is cheap, instantaneous, multifaceted, and global. enumeration inclusive you You are the generation that is constantly "plugged in to your family, your friends, your enumeration colleagues, and indeed to the issues of the day and the concerns of the world. People are meeting each other in the global marketplace of goods and ideas more than at any point in history. [...] metaphor You are the internet generation. The internet brings the global family to the kitchen table. It is truly the screen of a billion dreams, the portal of a billion possibilities. hyperbel hyperbel You are the generation of social media, which turns a simple two-way conversation into a multi- layered and textured process of mutual interaction. [...] The importance of being good global citizens Reconciling interconnections and governance with a view to "making it better" will be a real challenge in the coming years. It will be your challenge. direct adress This new world of opportunities is also a world of grave challenges and uncertainties. Your generation is facing the worst economic insecurity in decades, possibly ever since the Great Depression. [...] 30 This requires new ways of thinking, new ways of behaving. To quote John F. Kennedy, it requires "profiles in courage". Your generation must become another "greatest generation". 60 55 35 40 45 50 Repetition rhetorical question What do I mean by this? [...] In practice, this means many different things. It means seeking better living standards for all, and an economic system where the fruits of growth are shared fairly amongst peoples and countries. It means working to put extreme poverty behind us, so that our fellow global citizens in the world's poorest countries can take their rightful seat at the table of prosperity. metaphor It means urgent action to preserve the planet from self-induced destruction, before the stark realities of a rapidly warming climate condemn future generations-especially in poorer countries to a life of hardship and desperation. It means striving for greater equity, and greater equality of opportunity, between men and women, rich and poor, young and old. enumeration Ultimately, it means working for peace in our world, in our countries, in our lives, [...] enumeration And here, I believe education is the first stepping stone to a better world. Through education, we pass on knowledge, learn from each other, better understand each other. It is a bridge metaphor between peoples and generations. It is the best investment in our children, no matter where we live, as it provides them with a passport to this new world. [...] You know the old dictum that the pen is mightier than the sword. I would go further and say the book is mightier than the bomb. [...] inclusive you Although you are graduating today, I believe true education is a lifelong endeavor - a life without learning is a life without meaning. Repetition Now you are about to step outside the academy into a world of multiple options. Each of you will be serving the common good of humanity. You will carry the values you learned at this university into the wider world of work. [...] inclusive you Repetition /inclusive you This generation your generation is the first truly global generation. You have a global Repention challenge and a global opportunity to make the world a better place. pepetition And so go forward, embrace the world, change the world. Shape your own future and our common global future. Keep up, and when the world says "give up," don't forget that hope whispers: try one more time...." Personifikation Thave full confidence in you. direct adress (685 words) Annotations Christine Lagarde - eleventh Managing Director of the IMF (2011-2019) The IMF - Created in 1945, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 188 countries, working to promote international economic cooperation and trade and to encourage high employment and exchange-rate stability. Its headquarters are in Washington D.C. Tasks 1. Outline Lagarde's ideas about young people's engagement in a better world. 2. Analyse how Lagarde's ideas are presented. Focus on her choice of words and rhetorical devices as well as the effects created. 3. Choose one of the following tasks: 3a. Comment on Lagarde's belief that the young generation has a "global challenge and a global opportunity to make the world a better place." (II. 54-55) 3b. The Model United Nations of Lübeck (MUNOL) is an annual student conference simulating the work of the United Nations (UN). Like the real United Nations, MUNOL deals with issues concerning world politics and tries to resemble the UN as authentically as possible. The MUNOL has invited you - as a delegate of the German National Committee - to attend a meeting to debate the following topic: "Opportunities and challenges for the 'global generation' in shaping a common global future". Prepare a speech in which you present and defend your ideas. Q1, Exam No. 3: Europe and a globalised world 16th March, 2021 name: Part B: Mediation (German → English) (40 minutes / 45 points) Task You are an exchange student at a British school. In an Economics class, the teacher asks you to prepare a short talk on the pros and cons of globalization from a German 's point of view. You have just read the article below. Write the part of your talk in which you summarize the information about the effects of globalization on Germany's economy. Where necessary, add information which may help to avoid possible misunderstandings. Globalisierung nützt vor allem reichen Staaten Industrienationen sind laut Bertelsmann-Stiftung die Gewinner der Globalisierung. Sie wachsen so schnell, dass sich der Abstand zu den Schwellenländern noch vergrößert. Diese bleiben auf der Strecke. Zu den größten Gewinnern der Globalisierung gehören Deutschland und andere Industriestaaten. Rein Rechnerisch nütze die Globalisierung allen Ländern, überall wachse das Pro-Kopf-Einkommen, heißt es in einer Prognos-Studie im Auftrag der Bertelsmann Stiftung. Allerdings wachsen die Industrienationen so schnell, dass sich der Abstand zu den Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern noch vergrößert. Wir müssen erkennen, dass die Globalisierung die Schere zwischen Arm und Reich eher noch weiter öffnet", sagte Stiftungsvorstand Aart De Geus. ,,Erst über einen längeren Zeitraum wird sie dazu beitragen, dass Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländer die Wohlstandslücke zu den Industrienationen verkleinern können." 42 Länder hatte Prognos genauer untersucht. Demnach hat sich die Wohlstandslücke in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten nicht verkleinert, im Gegenteil: ,,Während durch Globalisierungseffekte das Bruttoinlandsprodukt pro Kopf in den Industrienationen um bis zu 1500 Euro jährlich stieg, wuchs es in Ländern wie Mexiko, China oder Indien um weniger als 100 Euro je Einwohner." Finnland profitiert am stärksten Selbst der Abstand zwischen Deutschland und dem wegen seiner Wachstumsraten oft beneideten China hat sich vergrößert. Betrug der Abstand zwischen dem realen Bruttoinlandsprodukt pro Kopf 1990 der Studie zufolge 20.879 Euro, so waren es 2011 sogar 25.630 Euro. Deutschland hat nach Finnland, Dänemark und Japan am stärksten von der Globalisierung profitiert. So ließ die Globalisierung zwischen 1990 und 2011 das reale deutsche Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) im Durchschnitt jedes Jahr um rund 100 Milliarden Euro wachsen", haben die Autoren der Studie berechnet. Die Verflechtung auf politischer, wirtschaftlicher und sozialer Ebene sei somit für 20 Prozent des Wachstums der deutschen Volkswirtschaft verantwortlich gewesen, hieß es. Der durchschnittliche jährliche Einkommensgewinn pro Kopf betrug in Deutschland demnach 1240 Euro. Am geringsten waren die absoluten Zuwächse der Pro-Kopf-Einkommen in den großen Schwellenländern Brasilien und Russland (je 120 Euro), Mexiko (100 Euro), China (80) und Indien (20). Der Stiftungsvorsitzende de Geus forderte die Industriestaaten auf, ihre Entwicklungspolitik zu verstärken und ihre Märkte für Produkte aus weniger entwickelten Ländern zu öffnen. (342 words) Annotations From: www.welt.de, 24. März 2014 Bertelsmann-Stiftung group of experts who provide advice on social, economic, etc. issues; created in 1977; largest private non-profit foundation in Germany Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) gross domestic product (GDP) Correction The speech "the new world of interconnections: a world in progress", which was held by Christine Lagarde on the occasion of a graduation. addressed in 2012 at the John F. Kennedy school of Government at Harvard university is about the ways our the world to become a better place. generation has to change Christine Lagarde talks about that in this new world, communication all over the world is easy and cheap, also that our generation is constantly in contact with many people but also with the current issues in the world. Lagarde says that our -generation has the challenge but also the chance to do something good for the world. She talks about the different opportunities our generation has to fight for, for example for the equality between men and women or rich and poor. She says that this. generation has to has to fight for peace all over the world. In the following i'm going to analyze how Lagarde's ideas are presented. The text is written in informal language. The choice of words underlines the trust in this generation and the necessary change for many things in the world. christine Lagarde starts with an inclusive we: "We stand at the entrance....." (ll.6-7). With this inclusive we she wants to give the audience the feeling of unity, that they are part of something. Then she uses an at the entrance of a new world, a whole new way of Giving, of communicating, of crossing borders" (1.6-7) to underlines that we are facing many new opportunities. Moreover she uses the enumeration: "today communication. is cheap, instantaneous, mulitfaceted and global" (1.17) to show the various enumeration: characterisis of communication. The enumeration: " to your family, your friends, your colleagues, and indeed to the issues of the day and the concerns of the world" (ll. 18-19) underlines. that this generation always stands in Contact with so many people and also current issues. In the following Lagarde uses a metaphor: 'the internet brings the global "( family to the kitchen table" (1.20) to visualize that due the internet the families have to talk to each other or if they want also eat with each other in a digital way. By using this two hyperboles It is truly the screen of a billion dreams" (ll.20-21) and "the portal of a billion possibilities" (1.21) to make it more important and make it more impressive than it already is. Also, to show how mang are and how many possibilities this generation has. To show that this is the challenge of this generation and that they have to do something she applies a direct address:" It will be your challenge". (125) dreams there to Then she uses a rhetorical question: " what do I mean by this? " (1.32) get their attention and make the aksdience think about it. By repeating : "It means" (ll. 33-42) she emphasizes what it all means for her when she says that this generation has to become another greatest generation. In addition, the repetition makes the sentences more memorable. The metaphor : "their rightful seat at the table of prosperity" (1.36) visualize that also the poorest countries have a right to prospery. In the following she applies an antithesis:" between men and women, rich and poor, young and old "(ll. 40-44) and an anaphora:" in our world, in our countries, in our lives". (1.42). The anthithesis should clarify how many people do not have the same equality of opportunity. The anaphora should underline where in the world they have to work for peace. Then she makes we of a metaphor :" It's a bridge between people and generations' (ll. 44-45) to visualize that education connects people and generations. ; 71 forget that In the last paragraph she uses a personification: "don't hope whispers" lll. 57-58) to visualize the sentences and create a mental picture. Lagarde often uses in the end a direct addres to get the attention of the audience. In conclusion, I would say that Christine Lagarde has many hopes and expectations in this generation. She wants to convince that the generation can achieve something and change the world and also that they have to do it. She often speaks to the audience personally can feel a bond and closeness between them. so that you I am of the opinion that she was quite convincing through her choice of words and the use of rhetorical devices and that it aroused trust in this generation. task 3al young In the following I want to comment on Lagarde's belief, that the generation a global challenge and a global opportunity has to make the world a better place. In my opinion it is correct that lagarde belives so much in the young generation, because thanks to globalization there are so many to find out about problems around the world. new ways For example there are post on instagram where people talk about various problems all over the world, regardless of whether it is about racism, a war, an attack, global warming or poverty in other countries, almost everything is included. Because the majority of the young generation is very much on social media like instagram, they are often automatically confronted with the problems in the world. There are also many people in the young generation who have a lot of influence on the internet and this people can also mak other people aware of the problems. But that alone is not enough to make a difference in the world. The young generation can bring many new ideas with them that may be only be possible through globalization and the internet. Nevertheless you can't just rely on the young generation, because in order to really change something in the world, everyone has to help and not just the young generation. In addition, there are certainly many older people who have good ideas to do something about the problems and also older people who are good with the interner. But I think the young generation will play an important role when it comes to making the world a better place. In summary, I am of the opinion that the young generation can achieve a lot and also have many opportunities. This generation has the chance to make the world a beffer place and should make good use of it and give their best to change the world. I think if all people stick together and work together, the young generation and also the older generation, then we could really achieve something and maybe also make the world a better place. mediation Hello everyone, today I want to talk about the effects that globalization has on germany's economy. The study by the Bertelsmann foundation from germany shows that globalization has a really big effect on Germany and also on other industrial nations. However, only the rich countries have great advantages from globalization and developing countries tend to benefit Less from globalization. mistake correcer sentence changed / added As to the effect of globalization grew, the domestic product annually gross increased by up to 1500 euro per capita. Globalization has advantages. and also disadvantages. For industrial nations globalization is a really good thing but due to globalization the difference between rich and poor countries becomes bigger. That means that the rich counties get richer and the poor countries get poorer. Because in Germany the gross domestic product grew due to globalization but in countries like China or India the number doesn't the same way. There it was groto less than 100 euroes per capita. In Conclusion, the influence of globalization is good for inclustrial nations like Germany but the influence is not that good for other countries like China, India or Mexico. If the industrial states made expanded their developement policie they could help the weaker countries a little bit. Thank you for your attention! 3rd exam in Q1: Europe and a globalised world Bewertungsbogen für Part A: Reading/Writing (105 P.) 1. Inhaltliche Leistung (42 P.) Teilaufgabe 1: Comprehension Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler ... nennt in einem Einleitungssatz... • den Redner (Christine Lagarde, at that time Managing Director of the IMF) • die Adressaten (students) . den Anlass (graduation) • 1 den Ort (John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University) das Thema (the "new" world of globalization and the resulting opportunities and challenges for the 'global generation') 2 skizziert kurz die sich verändernde globalisierte Welt mit ihren neuen Chancen, aber auch Unsicherheiten, die die jungen Leute vor neue Herausforderungen stellt. 3 skizziert Lagardes Vorstellungen über das Engagement junger Leute für eine bessere Welt: Streben nach einem verbesserten Lebensstandard für alle Bekämpfung von Armut in der Welt ✔ • Einsatz für Umweltschutz • Streben nach mehr Gerechtigkeit und Chancengleichheit Einsatz für den Frieden ✔ benennt Bildung als Grundlage für diese bessere Welt und appelliert an die Studenten, die an der Universität erworbene Bildung zum Wohle der Menschheit in ihrer zukünftigen Arbeitswelt einzusetzen. SUMME Tellaufgabe 1 er- max. Punkt reichte Punkte zahl 2 2 2 1 8 6 12 3 Teilaufgabe 2: Analysis Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler 1 benennt die Sprachebene Lagardes (register/style) 2 analysiert die Ausdrucksweise und sprachlichen Mittel, derer sich Lagarde bedient, um dem Publikum ihr Anliegen nahe zu bringen, z.B. Emotive language (positively / negatively connotated words) "new", "great" (ll.6,7), "knowledge", "prosperity" (1.8) · • Hyperbole (121). "extreme poverty" (1.35), "billion dreams/possibilities (1.21), "full confidence" (1.59) ● ● Superlative "the worst..." (1. 28); "the greatest ..." (I. 31) ● Comparative "bigger" (l. 7); "smaller" (1.8), ... ✓ Inclusive language (use of personal pronouns) "In our world, in our countries, in our lives" (1.42) Repetition "new world... new way..." (1.6) "people and places... people and places" (ll. 8-9) "You are the generation..." (I. 18, 20, 22) "in our ..., in our... In our..." (1. 42), "each other" (1. 44) Alliteration "people and places" (l. 8); "stepping stone" (1. 43); "... the wider world of work" (1.53) Antithesis/contrast you are J "the world gets bigger ...; and the world gets smaller... (II. 7-9) "between men and women, rich and poor, young and old" (II. 40-41)) "... your own future and our common global future" (II. 56-57) max. Punkt zahi • Anaphora "It means... It means... It means... It means ..." (II. 33, 35, 37, 40, 42) our...(V) • Dictum "... the pen is mightier than the sword", "the book is mightier than the bomb" (II. 47-48) . Quotation George Bernard Shaw, II. 13-14, John F. Kennedy, N. 30-31 10 reichte Punkte 14 10 • Enumeration communication is cheap, instantaneous, multifaceted, and (1. 17) to your family, your friends, your colleagues" (1.18-19) "a whole new way of living, of communication, of crossing borders" (11-6-7) V • Direct address to the listeners "You are the generation..." (1. 18), "You are the generation..." (1. 20). "You are the generation." (1. 22) Personification "hope whispers" (ll. 57-58). an infinity... dances" (1.10) Parallelism "a life without learning is a life without meaning" (1.1. 49-50) Metaphor "the fruits of knowledge and prosperity" (1.8) "global marketplace of "The internet brings the global family to the kitchen table✔✔ "global family" (1. 20) "bridge between peoples and generations" (1. 44) "at the table of prosperity" (1. 36): "passport to this new world" (1.46) Strong nouns "new world" (1. 6), "knowledge and prosperity" (1. 8). "infinity" (1.10). "economic insecurity" (1. 28), "self-induced destruction" (1. 37) Strong adiectives 3 arbeitet die Funktion dieser sprachlichen Mittel heraus, z.B. make words / sentences more memorable ✔ "multi-layered and textured process" (1.23) "grave challenges and uncertainties" (1.27) "extreme poverty" (1.35), "urgent action" (1. 37) strong verbs e.g. "condemn future generations" (1. 38) put emphasis on a statement / focus on sth. appeal to the audience's emotion (✓) ● make the speech / description more vivid create a sense of unity / identity ✓ • • convince the audience of the speaker's position • criticize sth. claim urgency produce an effective contrast 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes Kriterium direct addons (2) 16 SUMME Teilaufgabe 2 met. question 4 16. Tellaufgabe 3a: Evaluation Anforderungen: 1 2 1 2 Die Schülerin/der Schüler... führt mit Bezug zum Text auf das Thema hin und leitet die Diskussion ein. ● benennt die im Text genannten Argumente und bezieht sich auf sie ● präsentiert weiter Proargumente führt Kontraargumente an • erläutert beide Positionen anhand von Beispielen . legt die eigene Meinung zum Thema klar dar und erläutert diese anhand von Beispielen 3 Fasst die im Haupttell genannten Argumente zusammen und kommt zu einer logischen Schlussfolgerung und einer eigenen begründeten Stellungnahme. 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabengezogenes Kriterium SUMME Tellaufgabe 3 Teilaufgabe 3b: Creative writing Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler... eröffnet die Rede mit einer inhaltsbezogenen Ansprache ans Publikum. • stellt die Chancen der global generation dar und begründet und erläutert diese anhand von Beispielen. • stellt die Herausforderungen und Aufgaben der neuen Generation dar und begründet und erläutert diese. 3 schließt die Rede mit einer deutlichen zusammenfassenden Stellungnahme ab. 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabengezogenes Kriterium SUMME Tellaufgabe 3 SUMME INHALT max. Punkt- zahl 2 8 14 reichte Punkte max. Punkt- reichte zahl Punkte 2 9 3 ( ) 7 42 / 25 2. Sprachliche Leistung/Darstellungsleistung (63 P.) Die Bewertung erfolgt orientiert an den in den Lehrplänen ausgewiesenen Referenzniveaus des Gemeinsamen europäischen Referenzrahmens (GeR). Kommunikative Textgestaltung Anforderungen: Der Prüfling... 1 Aufgabenbezug: richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit im der Sinne der Aufgabenstellung auf die Intention und den Adressaten aus. (z.B. bei Nr. 2: Beachtung aller Analyseaspekte, nicht nur einiger weniger generell: stringenter Aufgabenbezug, keine unnötigen Exkurse) 2 Textformate: beachtet die Textsortenmerkmale der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. (1: Quellenangabe zum Ausgangstext Im Einleitungssatz; keine Zitate + Verweise, stattdessen eigene Worte; keine Analyse/wertende Kommentare; 1+2: sachlich-neutraler Stil, verdichtetes Wiedergeben, Darstellen und Erläutern, Präsens als Tempus der Textbesprechung, keine short forms; 3: subjektiv-wertender Still/Register + argumentativ sinnvolle Textstruktur) 3 Textaufbau: erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten leserfreundlichen Text (Geschlossenheit des Gesamttextes, Herstellung eindeutiger Bezüge, Untergliederung in grafisch erkennbare Sinnabschnitte, X leserfreundliche Verknüpfungen der Sinnabschnitte und Gedanken (z. B. durch Konnektoren, Vor-+ Rückverweise, zusammenfassende Wiederaufnahme zentraler Punkte etc.) 4 Ökonomie: gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 6 Belegtechnik: Belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitaten. 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Charlotte weinaug Englisch klausur- reading and writing The Speech "the new world of interconnections I a world. progress, which was held by Christine Lagarde on the excess occasion of a graduation address in 2012. at the John F. Kennedy school of Government at Harvard university is about the ways our generation has. to change the world to a better place. be come Christine Lagarde talks about that in the this new world, communication all over the world really easy is and a cheap, also that our generation every time ish in contact with many people but also with the Current issues in the world, Lagarde says that our generation has the challenge but also the chance to do something good for the world. She talks about that the different Opportunities our generation has to from text. fight for, like better Guing standards for all or directly greater equality of opportunity for example between men and women of rich and poor. She says that this generation has to fight for peace all over the world. Gesamtschule Monster-Mitte Stadt. Gesamtschule Jüdefelder Str. 10 48143 Münster A 86! SHI конова Нуз S In the following I'm going to analyze how Lagarde's ideas are presented. The text is written in informal language but quo in fermal language Ithink. (entscheide dich) The choice of words ss has the claim to underlines Sho sb the trust in this generation and the...

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Then she wes a metaphor !! their rightful seat at the table of prosperity "(.36) to visualite that also the poorest : (verb) am countries have a right of prosperity. In the following She uses two enumerations greats equality and greater equalits of opportunity, bet "between men and women. mily, rich and poor, young and old "lee 40-41) and aphora om ana C+ our world, in our countries, in our lives?" (1.4h). -9) The first enumeration should clarity how many people don't have the same equality of opportunity. The second enumeration should underline L in the world where in the world they have to work for peace. Then Lagarde uses a metaphor: "It's a bridge between peoples and generations" (fl.44-45) to wisucuze that the education connects people and generations. visualize zers article Gr In the last paragraph she uses a personifileation: "don't R forget that hope whispers" (el. 57-58) to visualize the sentences and create a mental picture. Lagarde ses in the end often a direct address to so !! ll. 49, 14. 22) make a feeling to get the attention from the audience. Präp Conclusion A 56 no short forms! C es. Intere e some tim ifferent rhe re effects of A S cou Mid Charlotte weinaug Hello everyone, today i want to talk about the effects that globalization has on Germany's economic. 28 increased by such a Globalization has a really big effect on Germany and also on other industrialnations. Due the effect of globalization grow, the grass domestic product/up ASCO euro per year. The globalization has a so big influence to the Germanys economic, that the per year domestic product in Germany by ca. 100 milliarden euro, decreased Globalization has advantages and also disadvantages. For industrie nations. Globalization is a really good thing but due to the globalization is the difference between rich and becomes bigger the gross A 8h / Temp A poor countries bigher. In Germany grow the The clue globalization but in gross domestic product countries like Ching or Indien the number den't doesn't R W w/br the same A Pl Englisch Klausur-Mediation Gesamtschule Münster-Mitte Städt. Gesamtschule Jüdefelder Str. 10 48143 Münster grow this like this. It was less than 100 euroes Capita per person. After a time the longer may be difference between rich and poor countries could decrease re e get lower but today the difference is huge. © In conclusion, the influence of globalization is good for industrial nations like germany but the influence is not that good for other countries like China, India or mexico. If the inclustre/States de expanded would make better their developement polities they could help the other countries a little bit. Thank you for your attention! N2 R R/W A Temp 2 Sb zeroarticle St Präp RR2 PLAP R штетр SL RW RASE SL W/A WR Präp 5.0. WS/A 10 15 Q1, Exam No. 3: Europe and a globalised world 5 The "new" world of interconnections: a world in progress inclusive we We stand at the entrance of a new world, a whole new way of living, of communicating, of enumeration crossing borders. It is the great paradox of our age: the world gets bigger, with so many more people and places sharing the fruits of knowledge and prosperity; and the world gets smaller, with so many more people and places crossing paths and sharing destinies. Repetition 25 16th March, 2021 name: Charlotte Weinaug Part A: Reading and Writing Speech by Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF, on the occasion of a graduation address delivered in 2012 at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. For today, the world is more closely-knit than ever before. An infinity of little interconnections dances across the fabric of global society, transforming millions of fragmented images into one dazzling mosaic. As George Bernard Shaw put it, "We are all dependent on one another, every soul of us on earth". Today, communication is cheap, instantaneous, multifaceted, and global. enumeration inclusive you You are the generation that is constantly "plugged in to your family, your friends, your enumeration colleagues, and indeed to the issues of the day and the concerns of the world. People are meeting each other in the global marketplace of goods and ideas more than at any point in history. [...] metaphor You are the internet generation. The internet brings the global family to the kitchen table. It is truly the screen of a billion dreams, the portal of a billion possibilities. hyperbel hyperbel You are the generation of social media, which turns a simple two-way conversation into a multi- layered and textured process of mutual interaction. [...] The importance of being good global citizens Reconciling interconnections and governance with a view to "making it better" will be a real challenge in the coming years. It will be your challenge. direct adress This new world of opportunities is also a world of grave challenges and uncertainties. Your generation is facing the worst economic insecurity in decades, possibly ever since the Great Depression. [...] 30 This requires new ways of thinking, new ways of behaving. To quote John F. Kennedy, it requires "profiles in courage". Your generation must become another "greatest generation". 60 55 35 40 45 50 Repetition rhetorical question What do I mean by this? [...] In practice, this means many different things. It means seeking better living standards for all, and an economic system where the fruits of growth are shared fairly amongst peoples and countries. It means working to put extreme poverty behind us, so that our fellow global citizens in the world's poorest countries can take their rightful seat at the table of prosperity. metaphor It means urgent action to preserve the planet from self-induced destruction, before the stark realities of a rapidly warming climate condemn future generations-especially in poorer countries to a life of hardship and desperation. It means striving for greater equity, and greater equality of opportunity, between men and women, rich and poor, young and old. enumeration Ultimately, it means working for peace in our world, in our countries, in our lives, [...] enumeration And here, I believe education is the first stepping stone to a better world. Through education, we pass on knowledge, learn from each other, better understand each other. It is a bridge metaphor between peoples and generations. It is the best investment in our children, no matter where we live, as it provides them with a passport to this new world. [...] You know the old dictum that the pen is mightier than the sword. I would go further and say the book is mightier than the bomb. [...] inclusive you Although you are graduating today, I believe true education is a lifelong endeavor - a life without learning is a life without meaning. Repetition Now you are about to step outside the academy into a world of multiple options. Each of you will be serving the common good of humanity. You will carry the values you learned at this university into the wider world of work. [...] inclusive you Repetition /inclusive you This generation your generation is the first truly global generation. You have a global Repention challenge and a global opportunity to make the world a better place. pepetition And so go forward, embrace the world, change the world. Shape your own future and our common global future. Keep up, and when the world says "give up," don't forget that hope whispers: try one more time...." Personifikation Thave full confidence in you. direct adress (685 words) Annotations Christine Lagarde - eleventh Managing Director of the IMF (2011-2019) The IMF - Created in 1945, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 188 countries, working to promote international economic cooperation and trade and to encourage high employment and exchange-rate stability. Its headquarters are in Washington D.C. Tasks 1. Outline Lagarde's ideas about young people's engagement in a better world. 2. Analyse how Lagarde's ideas are presented. Focus on her choice of words and rhetorical devices as well as the effects created. 3. Choose one of the following tasks: 3a. Comment on Lagarde's belief that the young generation has a "global challenge and a global opportunity to make the world a better place." (II. 54-55) 3b. The Model United Nations of Lübeck (MUNOL) is an annual student conference simulating the work of the United Nations (UN). Like the real United Nations, MUNOL deals with issues concerning world politics and tries to resemble the UN as authentically as possible. The MUNOL has invited you - as a delegate of the German National Committee - to attend a meeting to debate the following topic: "Opportunities and challenges for the 'global generation' in shaping a common global future". Prepare a speech in which you present and defend your ideas. Q1, Exam No. 3: Europe and a globalised world 16th March, 2021 name: Part B: Mediation (German → English) (40 minutes / 45 points) Task You are an exchange student at a British school. In an Economics class, the teacher asks you to prepare a short talk on the pros and cons of globalization from a German 's point of view. You have just read the article below. Write the part of your talk in which you summarize the information about the effects of globalization on Germany's economy. Where necessary, add information which may help to avoid possible misunderstandings. Globalisierung nützt vor allem reichen Staaten Industrienationen sind laut Bertelsmann-Stiftung die Gewinner der Globalisierung. Sie wachsen so schnell, dass sich der Abstand zu den Schwellenländern noch vergrößert. Diese bleiben auf der Strecke. Zu den größten Gewinnern der Globalisierung gehören Deutschland und andere Industriestaaten. Rein Rechnerisch nütze die Globalisierung allen Ländern, überall wachse das Pro-Kopf-Einkommen, heißt es in einer Prognos-Studie im Auftrag der Bertelsmann Stiftung. Allerdings wachsen die Industrienationen so schnell, dass sich der Abstand zu den Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern noch vergrößert. Wir müssen erkennen, dass die Globalisierung die Schere zwischen Arm und Reich eher noch weiter öffnet", sagte Stiftungsvorstand Aart De Geus. ,,Erst über einen längeren Zeitraum wird sie dazu beitragen, dass Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländer die Wohlstandslücke zu den Industrienationen verkleinern können." 42 Länder hatte Prognos genauer untersucht. Demnach hat sich die Wohlstandslücke in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten nicht verkleinert, im Gegenteil: ,,Während durch Globalisierungseffekte das Bruttoinlandsprodukt pro Kopf in den Industrienationen um bis zu 1500 Euro jährlich stieg, wuchs es in Ländern wie Mexiko, China oder Indien um weniger als 100 Euro je Einwohner." Finnland profitiert am stärksten Selbst der Abstand zwischen Deutschland und dem wegen seiner Wachstumsraten oft beneideten China hat sich vergrößert. Betrug der Abstand zwischen dem realen Bruttoinlandsprodukt pro Kopf 1990 der Studie zufolge 20.879 Euro, so waren es 2011 sogar 25.630 Euro. Deutschland hat nach Finnland, Dänemark und Japan am stärksten von der Globalisierung profitiert. So ließ die Globalisierung zwischen 1990 und 2011 das reale deutsche Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) im Durchschnitt jedes Jahr um rund 100 Milliarden Euro wachsen", haben die Autoren der Studie berechnet. Die Verflechtung auf politischer, wirtschaftlicher und sozialer Ebene sei somit für 20 Prozent des Wachstums der deutschen Volkswirtschaft verantwortlich gewesen, hieß es. Der durchschnittliche jährliche Einkommensgewinn pro Kopf betrug in Deutschland demnach 1240 Euro. Am geringsten waren die absoluten Zuwächse der Pro-Kopf-Einkommen in den großen Schwellenländern Brasilien und Russland (je 120 Euro), Mexiko (100 Euro), China (80) und Indien (20). Der Stiftungsvorsitzende de Geus forderte die Industriestaaten auf, ihre Entwicklungspolitik zu verstärken und ihre Märkte für Produkte aus weniger entwickelten Ländern zu öffnen. (342 words) Annotations From: www.welt.de, 24. März 2014 Bertelsmann-Stiftung group of experts who provide advice on social, economic, etc. issues; created in 1977; largest private non-profit foundation in Germany Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) gross domestic product (GDP) Correction The speech "the new world of interconnections: a world in progress", which was held by Christine Lagarde on the occasion of a graduation. addressed in 2012 at the John F. Kennedy school of Government at Harvard university is about the ways our the world to become a better place. generation has to change Christine Lagarde talks about that in this new world, communication all over the world is easy and cheap, also that our generation is constantly in contact with many people but also with the current issues in the world. Lagarde says that our -generation has the challenge but also the chance to do something good for the world. She talks about the different opportunities our generation has to fight for, for example for the equality between men and women or rich and poor. She says that this. generation has to has to fight for peace all over the world. In the following i'm going to analyze how Lagarde's ideas are presented. The text is written in informal language. The choice of words underlines the trust in this generation and the necessary change for many things in the world. christine Lagarde starts with an inclusive we: "We stand at the entrance....." (ll.6-7). With this inclusive we she wants to give the audience the feeling of unity, that they are part of something. Then she uses an at the entrance of a new world, a whole new way of Giving, of communicating, of crossing borders" (1.6-7) to underlines that we are facing many new opportunities. Moreover she uses the enumeration: "today communication. is cheap, instantaneous, mulitfaceted and global" (1.17) to show the various enumeration: characterisis of communication. The enumeration: " to your family, your friends, your colleagues, and indeed to the issues of the day and the concerns of the world" (ll. 18-19) underlines. that this generation always stands in Contact with so many people and also current issues. In the following Lagarde uses a metaphor: 'the internet brings the global "( family to the kitchen table" (1.20) to visualize that due the internet the families have to talk to each other or if they want also eat with each other in a digital way. By using this two hyperboles It is truly the screen of a billion dreams" (ll.20-21) and "the portal of a billion possibilities" (1.21) to make it more important and make it more impressive than it already is. Also, to show how mang are and how many possibilities this generation has. To show that this is the challenge of this generation and that they have to do something she applies a direct address:" It will be your challenge". (125) dreams there to Then she uses a rhetorical question: " what do I mean by this? " (1.32) get their attention and make the aksdience think about it. By repeating : "It means" (ll. 33-42) she emphasizes what it all means for her when she says that this generation has to become another greatest generation. In addition, the repetition makes the sentences more memorable. The metaphor : "their rightful seat at the table of prosperity" (1.36) visualize that also the poorest countries have a right to prospery. In the following she applies an antithesis:" between men and women, rich and poor, young and old "(ll. 40-44) and an anaphora:" in our world, in our countries, in our lives". (1.42). The anthithesis should clarify how many people do not have the same equality of opportunity. The anaphora should underline where in the world they have to work for peace. Then she makes we of a metaphor :" It's a bridge between people and generations' (ll. 44-45) to visualize that education connects people and generations. ; 71 forget that In the last paragraph she uses a personification: "don't hope whispers" lll. 57-58) to visualize the sentences and create a mental picture. Lagarde often uses in the end a direct addres to get the attention of the audience. In conclusion, I would say that Christine Lagarde has many hopes and expectations in this generation. She wants to convince that the generation can achieve something and change the world and also that they have to do it. She often speaks to the audience personally can feel a bond and closeness between them. so that you I am of the opinion that she was quite convincing through her choice of words and the use of rhetorical devices and that it aroused trust in this generation. task 3al young In the following I want to comment on Lagarde's belief, that the generation a global challenge and a global opportunity has to make the world a better place. In my opinion it is correct that lagarde belives so much in the young generation, because thanks to globalization there are so many to find out about problems around the world. new ways For example there are post on instagram where people talk about various problems all over the world, regardless of whether it is about racism, a war, an attack, global warming or poverty in other countries, almost everything is included. Because the majority of the young generation is very much on social media like instagram, they are often automatically confronted with the problems in the world. There are also many people in the young generation who have a lot of influence on the internet and this people can also mak other people aware of the problems. But that alone is not enough to make a difference in the world. The young generation can bring many new ideas with them that may be only be possible through globalization and the internet. Nevertheless you can't just rely on the young generation, because in order to really change something in the world, everyone has to help and not just the young generation. In addition, there are certainly many older people who have good ideas to do something about the problems and also older people who are good with the interner. But I think the young generation will play an important role when it comes to making the world a better place. In summary, I am of the opinion that the young generation can achieve a lot and also have many opportunities. This generation has the chance to make the world a beffer place and should make good use of it and give their best to change the world. I think if all people stick together and work together, the young generation and also the older generation, then we could really achieve something and maybe also make the world a better place. mediation Hello everyone, today I want to talk about the effects that globalization has on germany's economy. The study by the Bertelsmann foundation from germany shows that globalization has a really big effect on Germany and also on other industrial nations. However, only the rich countries have great advantages from globalization and developing countries tend to benefit Less from globalization. mistake correcer sentence changed / added As to the effect of globalization grew, the domestic product annually gross increased by up to 1500 euro per capita. Globalization has advantages. and also disadvantages. For industrial nations globalization is a really good thing but due to globalization the difference between rich and poor countries becomes bigger. That means that the rich counties get richer and the poor countries get poorer. Because in Germany the gross domestic product grew due to globalization but in countries like China or India the number doesn't the same way. There it was groto less than 100 euroes per capita. In Conclusion, the influence of globalization is good for inclustrial nations like Germany but the influence is not that good for other countries like China, India or Mexico. If the industrial states made expanded their developement policie they could help the weaker countries a little bit. Thank you for your attention! 3rd exam in Q1: Europe and a globalised world Bewertungsbogen für Part A: Reading/Writing (105 P.) 1. Inhaltliche Leistung (42 P.) Teilaufgabe 1: Comprehension Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler ... nennt in einem Einleitungssatz... • den Redner (Christine Lagarde, at that time Managing Director of the IMF) • die Adressaten (students) . den Anlass (graduation) • 1 den Ort (John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University) das Thema (the "new" world of globalization and the resulting opportunities and challenges for the 'global generation') 2 skizziert kurz die sich verändernde globalisierte Welt mit ihren neuen Chancen, aber auch Unsicherheiten, die die jungen Leute vor neue Herausforderungen stellt. 3 skizziert Lagardes Vorstellungen über das Engagement junger Leute für eine bessere Welt: Streben nach einem verbesserten Lebensstandard für alle Bekämpfung von Armut in der Welt ✔ • Einsatz für Umweltschutz • Streben nach mehr Gerechtigkeit und Chancengleichheit Einsatz für den Frieden ✔ benennt Bildung als Grundlage für diese bessere Welt und appelliert an die Studenten, die an der Universität erworbene Bildung zum Wohle der Menschheit in ihrer zukünftigen Arbeitswelt einzusetzen. SUMME Tellaufgabe 1 er- max. Punkt reichte Punkte zahl 2 2 2 1 8 6 12 3 Teilaufgabe 2: Analysis Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler 1 benennt die Sprachebene Lagardes (register/style) 2 analysiert die Ausdrucksweise und sprachlichen Mittel, derer sich Lagarde bedient, um dem Publikum ihr Anliegen nahe zu bringen, z.B. Emotive language (positively / negatively connotated words) "new", "great" (ll.6,7), "knowledge", "prosperity" (1.8) · • Hyperbole (121). "extreme poverty" (1.35), "billion dreams/possibilities (1.21), "full confidence" (1.59) ● ● Superlative "the worst..." (1. 28); "the greatest ..." (I. 31) ● Comparative "bigger" (l. 7); "smaller" (1.8), ... ✓ Inclusive language (use of personal pronouns) "In our world, in our countries, in our lives" (1.42) Repetition "new world... new way..." (1.6) "people and places... people and places" (ll. 8-9) "You are the generation..." (I. 18, 20, 22) "in our ..., in our... In our..." (1. 42), "each other" (1. 44) Alliteration "people and places" (l. 8); "stepping stone" (1. 43); "... the wider world of work" (1.53) Antithesis/contrast you are J "the world gets bigger ...; and the world gets smaller... (II. 7-9) "between men and women, rich and poor, young and old" (II. 40-41)) "... your own future and our common global future" (II. 56-57) max. Punkt zahi • Anaphora "It means... It means... It means... It means ..." (II. 33, 35, 37, 40, 42) our...(V) • Dictum "... the pen is mightier than the sword", "the book is mightier than the bomb" (II. 47-48) . Quotation George Bernard Shaw, II. 13-14, John F. Kennedy, N. 30-31 10 reichte Punkte 14 10 • Enumeration communication is cheap, instantaneous, multifaceted, and (1. 17) to your family, your friends, your colleagues" (1.18-19) "a whole new way of living, of communication, of crossing borders" (11-6-7) V • Direct address to the listeners "You are the generation..." (1. 18), "You are the generation..." (1. 20). "You are the generation." (1. 22) Personification "hope whispers" (ll. 57-58). an infinity... dances" (1.10) Parallelism "a life without learning is a life without meaning" (1.1. 49-50) Metaphor "the fruits of knowledge and prosperity" (1.8) "global marketplace of "The internet brings the global family to the kitchen table✔✔ "global family" (1. 20) "bridge between peoples and generations" (1. 44) "at the table of prosperity" (1. 36): "passport to this new world" (1.46) Strong nouns "new world" (1. 6), "knowledge and prosperity" (1. 8). "infinity" (1.10). "economic insecurity" (1. 28), "self-induced destruction" (1. 37) Strong adiectives 3 arbeitet die Funktion dieser sprachlichen Mittel heraus, z.B. make words / sentences more memorable ✔ "multi-layered and textured process" (1.23) "grave challenges and uncertainties" (1.27) "extreme poverty" (1.35), "urgent action" (1. 37) strong verbs e.g. "condemn future generations" (1. 38) put emphasis on a statement / focus on sth. appeal to the audience's emotion (✓) ● make the speech / description more vivid create a sense of unity / identity ✓ • • convince the audience of the speaker's position • criticize sth. claim urgency produce an effective contrast 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabenbezogenes Kriterium direct addons (2) 16 SUMME Teilaufgabe 2 met. question 4 16. Tellaufgabe 3a: Evaluation Anforderungen: 1 2 1 2 Die Schülerin/der Schüler... führt mit Bezug zum Text auf das Thema hin und leitet die Diskussion ein. ● benennt die im Text genannten Argumente und bezieht sich auf sie ● präsentiert weiter Proargumente führt Kontraargumente an • erläutert beide Positionen anhand von Beispielen . legt die eigene Meinung zum Thema klar dar und erläutert diese anhand von Beispielen 3 Fasst die im Haupttell genannten Argumente zusammen und kommt zu einer logischen Schlussfolgerung und einer eigenen begründeten Stellungnahme. 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabengezogenes Kriterium SUMME Tellaufgabe 3 Teilaufgabe 3b: Creative writing Anforderungen: Die Schülerin/der Schüler... eröffnet die Rede mit einer inhaltsbezogenen Ansprache ans Publikum. • stellt die Chancen der global generation dar und begründet und erläutert diese anhand von Beispielen. • stellt die Herausforderungen und Aufgaben der neuen Generation dar und begründet und erläutert diese. 3 schließt die Rede mit einer deutlichen zusammenfassenden Stellungnahme ab. 4 erfüllt ein weiteres aufgabengezogenes Kriterium SUMME Tellaufgabe 3 SUMME INHALT max. Punkt- zahl 2 8 14 reichte Punkte max. Punkt- reichte zahl Punkte 2 9 3 ( ) 7 42 / 25 2. Sprachliche Leistung/Darstellungsleistung (63 P.) Die Bewertung erfolgt orientiert an den in den Lehrplänen ausgewiesenen Referenzniveaus des Gemeinsamen europäischen Referenzrahmens (GeR). Kommunikative Textgestaltung Anforderungen: Der Prüfling... 1 Aufgabenbezug: richtet seinen Text konsequent und explizit im der Sinne der Aufgabenstellung auf die Intention und den Adressaten aus. (z.B. bei Nr. 2: Beachtung aller Analyseaspekte, nicht nur einiger weniger generell: stringenter Aufgabenbezug, keine unnötigen Exkurse) 2 Textformate: beachtet die Textsortenmerkmale der jeweils geforderten Zieltextformate. (1: Quellenangabe zum Ausgangstext Im Einleitungssatz; keine Zitate + Verweise, stattdessen eigene Worte; keine Analyse/wertende Kommentare; 1+2: sachlich-neutraler Stil, verdichtetes Wiedergeben, Darstellen und Erläutern, Präsens als Tempus der Textbesprechung, keine short forms; 3: subjektiv-wertender Still/Register + argumentativ sinnvolle Textstruktur) 3 Textaufbau: erstellt einen sachgerecht strukturierten leserfreundlichen Text (Geschlossenheit des Gesamttextes, Herstellung eindeutiger Bezüge, Untergliederung in grafisch erkennbare Sinnabschnitte, X leserfreundliche Verknüpfungen der Sinnabschnitte und Gedanken (z. B. durch Konnektoren, Vor-+ Rückverweise, zusammenfassende Wiederaufnahme zentraler Punkte etc.) 4 Ökonomie: gestaltet seinen Text hinreichend ausführlich, aber ohne unnötige Wiederholungen und Umständlichkeiten. 6 Belegtechnik: Belegt seine Aussagen durch eine funktionale Verwendung von Verweisen und Zitaten. Ausdrucksvermögen / Verfügbarkeit sprachlicher Mittel Anforderungen: Der Prüfling... 6 Eigenständigkeit: löst sich vom Wortlaut des Ausgangstextes und formuliert eigenständig. eigene Worte", keine reine Wiedergabe von Auswendiggelerntem oder Übernahme aus dem Originaltext) Punkt- zahl 6 3 21 max. Punkt zahl reichte Punkte 6 3 3 4 3 18 reichte Punkte 2