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English Exam Paper No. 1 Topic: The impact of Shakespearean drama on young audiences today PART A: Viewing (Audio-visual) comprehension You are going to watch a scene from Baz Luhrmann's Romeo+Juliet. You will watch the scene twice. Watch it carefully! Then answer the following questions in complete sentences. Серилећ 1. Where does the scene take place? (5P.) The scene tahes place is... and ? ....Mannos 2. Describe what is happening in the scene. (10P.) his fatends go the party at Ma 10 .. Capulet's... Mannish Rames leaves the past hall juliet behind an quantum for the.... Romeo and his friends. and...s first time the weste cello Juliet and they go back to the parting the awes a stos song, there. Juliet is dances with the man who shers promised to. Juliet's counn rees Romeo 3. What kind of mood is created? How? Are there any changes throughout the scene? and gets angry. (10P.) At the beginning is in very hard and the people are Marting fun y des dessing and Eligwysig.....me. When... Romeo. ..... th party Anastasse , the mond changes dhe place where he 10 is guiet and the people in the hall are not dancing anymore. They are listening - 4. At what point in the movie(and in the play) is this scene located? Give reason. (5P.) 8 This aseme is located. Becaure at frest each other. Them first time. Romeo and Julist das wat each other. the ? know y for...

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the 3 0 PART B: Reading and Writing Text: Douglas Bruster, William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing. (April 23, 2014, excerpt), https://news.utexas.edu/2014/04/23/shakespeares-relevance-in-todays-society-is- changing/ Note: This online article was published on the University of Texas's website. Task 1: Comprehension (AFB I) Sum up the author's opinion given in the text. Task 2: Analysis (AFB II) Analyse how the author gets his point of view across by displaying his line of arguments. Considering the tone of the article, what is the author's intention? Task 3: Evaluation: comment (AFB III) Choose one: Either: In his article Bruster asks: "Is the status of Shakespeare's writing settled for all time?" Discuss his question. Take into account the work done in class about Elizabethan Theatre and also the Excerpt you have seen in Part A where necessary. OR: Write a letter to the Schulministerium discussing wether or not Shakespeare should be taught as topic in the "Oberstufe" and in the "Abitur". Do you think it should still be taught or are there more modern topics that should replace Shakespeare? Operator discuss: Give arguments or reasons for and against, especially to come to a well-founded conclusion. to a woman who is singing a show and romanter song. When Romeo rees Juliet the etmospheress very romantic. 5 10 15 20 25 30 PART B: Douglas Bruster: William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing If anniversaries are a good time for taking stock¹, Shakespeare's 450th birthday on April 23 offers the perfect reason to ask about his plays and poems, and what the future may hold for them. The writings of this country boy from Stratford are legendary. Thoughts and images came so easily from his pen that other writers have found his talent almost criminal. English had never sounded so good and has rarely sounded that way since. But will this always be the case? Is the status of his writing settled for all time? Not at all. In fact, Shakespeare's next century is likely to be less kind to him than the last, and the century after that less forgiving still. This is partly because his words get harder every year. Looking back, the past four centuries have been good to Shakespeare. School children can no more avoid his plays than a trip to the dentist both of which are supposed to be good for them, although stressful in different ways. Shakespearean playhouses have been reconstructed around the world, making it easy to see his dramas performed in complementary settings. For those wishing to access his writings in other ways, there are not only countless printed editions, but also versions available on smartphones and tablets. Read, watch or listen. Your choice. Shakespeare was a star of the movies almost from the time that movies began, so it is no surprise that he has made it into 21st century forms of culture. This is a man, after all, who helped define our sense of culture in the first place. Small wonder that he seems a monument able to withstand the passing years. In his 55th sonnet, Shakespeare suggested that his writings could last when other things wouldn't. His "powerful rhyme" would be eternal. But he also realizes, in this poem, that everything changes. [...] As Renaissance led to Enlightenment, Industrial Revolution to the Digital Age, computers have changed our lives in ways that Shakespeare could not have imagined. What he did imagine was time changing everything, something that has come true for his writing. As our language changes, older forms of English become more difficult. And words themselves are harder, as glowing screens and convenient apps make the visual image, and having things done for us, the norm rather than the exception. 1 to draw a conclusion 35 40 This is why Shakespeare's place will be increasingly hard to defend. It is pleasant to think that he will remain central to our culture. But the high-water mark of his influence has already passed. It lasted for just a century, between 1870 and 1970. Since that time, his works have declined in relative popularity [...]. People know his reputation more than his words. This is regrettable, for Shakespeare seems like one thing that we shouldn't have to give up in order to have our electronic conveniences. He wrote the most eloquent version of the code we call human character. But he is the most anti-digital of authors. His complexity and richness ask for exceptional literacy, concentration and quiet, things not typically associated with the Computer Age. Shakespeare's 450th birthday comes in a brave new world. May his writings live to see his 500th (550 Words) The online article "William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing" written by Dougles Bruster was published on the University of Texe's website on the 23rd of April 2014, it deals with... The Author published the article on Shekespeacels 4.50th birthday. Bruster explains that Shakespeare and his wikings were very popular and relevand in his time and in the century between 1870 and 1870. This opinion is that the more time goes by the harder it gets for people to understand Shakespeare's words. In the last four centuries. children could not avoid Shakespeare's plays wen though it stressed them whe a dentist appointment. Playhoures have been reconstructed to perform * or even when

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English Exam Paper No. 1 Topic: The impact of Shakespearean drama on young audiences today PART A: Viewing (Audio-visual) comprehension You are going to watch a scene from Baz Luhrmann's Romeo+Juliet. You will watch the scene twice. Watch it carefully! Then answer the following questions in complete sentences. Серилећ 1. Where does the scene take place? (5P.) The scene tahes place is... and ? ....Mannos 2. Describe what is happening in the scene. (10P.) his fatends go the party at Ma 10 .. Capulet's... Mannish Rames leaves the past hall juliet behind an quantum for the.... Romeo and his friends. and...s first time the weste cello Juliet and they go back to the parting the awes a stos song, there. Juliet is dances with the man who shers promised to. Juliet's counn rees Romeo 3. What kind of mood is created? How? Are there any changes throughout the scene? and gets angry. (10P.) At the beginning is in very hard and the people are Marting fun y des dessing and Eligwysig.....me. When... Romeo. ..... th party Anastasse , the mond changes dhe place where he 10 is guiet and the people in the hall are not dancing anymore. They are listening - 4. At what point in the movie(and in the play) is this scene located? Give reason. (5P.) 8 This aseme is located. Becaure at frest each other. Them first time. Romeo and Julist das wat each other. the ? know y for...

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the 3 0 PART B: Reading and Writing Text: Douglas Bruster, William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing. (April 23, 2014, excerpt), https://news.utexas.edu/2014/04/23/shakespeares-relevance-in-todays-society-is- changing/ Note: This online article was published on the University of Texas's website. Task 1: Comprehension (AFB I) Sum up the author's opinion given in the text. Task 2: Analysis (AFB II) Analyse how the author gets his point of view across by displaying his line of arguments. Considering the tone of the article, what is the author's intention? Task 3: Evaluation: comment (AFB III) Choose one: Either: In his article Bruster asks: "Is the status of Shakespeare's writing settled for all time?" Discuss his question. Take into account the work done in class about Elizabethan Theatre and also the Excerpt you have seen in Part A where necessary. OR: Write a letter to the Schulministerium discussing wether or not Shakespeare should be taught as topic in the "Oberstufe" and in the "Abitur". Do you think it should still be taught or are there more modern topics that should replace Shakespeare? Operator discuss: Give arguments or reasons for and against, especially to come to a well-founded conclusion. to a woman who is singing a show and romanter song. When Romeo rees Juliet the etmospheress very romantic. 5 10 15 20 25 30 PART B: Douglas Bruster: William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing If anniversaries are a good time for taking stock¹, Shakespeare's 450th birthday on April 23 offers the perfect reason to ask about his plays and poems, and what the future may hold for them. The writings of this country boy from Stratford are legendary. Thoughts and images came so easily from his pen that other writers have found his talent almost criminal. English had never sounded so good and has rarely sounded that way since. But will this always be the case? Is the status of his writing settled for all time? Not at all. In fact, Shakespeare's next century is likely to be less kind to him than the last, and the century after that less forgiving still. This is partly because his words get harder every year. Looking back, the past four centuries have been good to Shakespeare. School children can no more avoid his plays than a trip to the dentist both of which are supposed to be good for them, although stressful in different ways. Shakespearean playhouses have been reconstructed around the world, making it easy to see his dramas performed in complementary settings. For those wishing to access his writings in other ways, there are not only countless printed editions, but also versions available on smartphones and tablets. Read, watch or listen. Your choice. Shakespeare was a star of the movies almost from the time that movies began, so it is no surprise that he has made it into 21st century forms of culture. This is a man, after all, who helped define our sense of culture in the first place. Small wonder that he seems a monument able to withstand the passing years. In his 55th sonnet, Shakespeare suggested that his writings could last when other things wouldn't. His "powerful rhyme" would be eternal. But he also realizes, in this poem, that everything changes. [...] As Renaissance led to Enlightenment, Industrial Revolution to the Digital Age, computers have changed our lives in ways that Shakespeare could not have imagined. What he did imagine was time changing everything, something that has come true for his writing. As our language changes, older forms of English become more difficult. And words themselves are harder, as glowing screens and convenient apps make the visual image, and having things done for us, the norm rather than the exception. 1 to draw a conclusion 35 40 This is why Shakespeare's place will be increasingly hard to defend. It is pleasant to think that he will remain central to our culture. But the high-water mark of his influence has already passed. It lasted for just a century, between 1870 and 1970. Since that time, his works have declined in relative popularity [...]. People know his reputation more than his words. This is regrettable, for Shakespeare seems like one thing that we shouldn't have to give up in order to have our electronic conveniences. He wrote the most eloquent version of the code we call human character. But he is the most anti-digital of authors. His complexity and richness ask for exceptional literacy, concentration and quiet, things not typically associated with the Computer Age. Shakespeare's 450th birthday comes in a brave new world. May his writings live to see his 500th (550 Words) The online article "William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing" written by Dougles Bruster was published on the University of Texe's website on the 23rd of April 2014, it deals with... The Author published the article on Shekespeacels 4.50th birthday. Bruster explains that Shakespeare and his wikings were very popular and relevand in his time and in the century between 1870 and 1870. This opinion is that the more time goes by the harder it gets for people to understand Shakespeare's words. In the last four centuries. children could not avoid Shakespeare's plays wen though it stressed them whe a dentist appointment. Playhoures have been reconstructed to perform * or even when