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Texte schreiben (Summary, Analysis, Characterization, ...)

Texte schreiben (Summary, Analysis, Characterization, ...)

 Writing paragraphs (The structure)
1) topic sentence: main idea
2) supporting sentences: explanation, examples, body of the
paragraph
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Writing paragraphs (The structure) 1) topic sentence: main idea 2) supporting sentences: explanation, examples, body of the paragraph 3) concluding sentence: summary, link to the next paragraph Writing a comment (The five steps) 1) referring to a statement 2) argument(s) in favor of the statement (paragraph writing) 3) argument(s) against the statement (paragraph writing) 4) the writer's own opinion 5) conclusion Writing a characterization (The structure) Explicit: what we learn directly from a person's speech / the text Unexplicit/Indirect: what we learn from a character's action / behaviour outword appearance (Aussehen) explicit characterization (character traids) inexplicit characterization - conclusion (What kind of a person?) - use linking words (connection) present tense Relationships: to build up / develop to continue / maintain to handle / manage to strengthen / improve to break off/ end a friendly / trusting / close a steady / lasting / long-term a relationship a relationship a waking /business / professional a brief / casual / superficial (oberflächlich) a poor / troubled / strained (bemüht) Writing a summary The (Textsorte) (Titel) written by (Autor) in year (Erscheinungsjahr) informs about / deals with / is about (Hauptthema). Hauptteil: - - wichtigsten Infos W-Fragen (Wer?, Was?, Wann?, Wo?, Wie?, Warum?) Fiktionaler Text: Ablauf der Ereignisse beschreiben Ausgang der Geschehnisse, offenes Ende? Schluss: - Hauptaussagen Wichtige Infos: simple present, Bindewörter The author thinks / argues... keine Wiederholungen, direkte Rede, Zitate Spannung vermeiden, sachlich keine eigene Meinung aber eigene Worte 1/4 length of the original text Useful phrases for a summary: The author...

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points out that/ supports the view that / discusses the argument that ... According to the author ... from the author's point of view ... In the author's opinion... Point of view: Analysis 1. introduces the narrator (type and personality) 2. addresses the reader's reaction to the narrator 3. analyzes other narrator options and why this narrator was used instead Point of view: Overview 1. Is there a character in the story speaking as ,,I"? NO - third person point of view YES - first person point of view 2. Are you informed (from outside the story) about the emotions and thoughts of...? all characters - omniscient (to know everything) narrator, unlimited perspective, often comments on and evaluates what happens (bewerten, kommentieren) one (or two) characters - selective narrator, limited perspective, limited omniscient narrator no character - objective narrator, limited perspective, is impersonal, he/she repeats for the outside 3. Is the narrator (who is a character in the story) ...? the protagonist - protagonist narrator, limited perspective, is the central character of the story not the protagonist - witness narrator, limited perspective, often is very close to the protagonist (e.g. a friend or a relative) (Critically comment on the text and refer to similar texts that you have dealt with as well as additional information!) Plot analysis (short story) 1. Examine the Exposition setting, main characters, no backstory what events and potential difficulties the characters are facing 2. Trace the rising action conflict incoming identify each event and how it functions to escalate the conflict 3. Investigate the climax emotional and intense high point wie ist es dazu gekommen?, moment of truth 4. Wrestle with the resolution - ending (bzw. falling action) insight the character gains from the action Analyzing non-fictional texts 1. Analyze the structure and the content of the text: Text type / topic: The text informs about / describes / comments on ... It's main purpose to inform us ... The general topic / theme / subject of the text is ... The text deals with ... The author discusses the question of whether ... Heading: The heading is worded in a baffling / provocative / ambiguous / dramatic ... manner. The authors purpose is to arouse the reader's interest / baffle the reader / ... Intention: The author intends to ... change the readers attitude towards ... draw the readers attention towards ... convince us of ... Structure: The text divides into / falls into / consists of ... parts / paragraphs. In the first / second third paragraph, the author deals with / compares ... The fourth / fifth paragraph forms a contrast to ... The main problem / solution / conclusion can be found in the passage ... Author's attitude: The author claims / implies that / is certain that / doubts whether ... He blames ... for ... / dislikes / sympathizes with / is annoyed with ... She shows/takes an objective / biased / is open-minded / has a neutral attitude towards ...

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 Writing paragraphs (The structure)
1) topic sentence: main idea
2) supporting sentences: explanation, examples, body of the
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Writing paragraphs (The structure) 1) topic sentence: main idea 2) supporting sentences: explanation, examples, body of the paragraph 3) concluding sentence: summary, link to the next paragraph Writing a comment (The five steps) 1) referring to a statement 2) argument(s) in favor of the statement (paragraph writing) 3) argument(s) against the statement (paragraph writing) 4) the writer's own opinion 5) conclusion Writing a characterization (The structure) Explicit: what we learn directly from a person's speech / the text Unexplicit/Indirect: what we learn from a character's action / behaviour outword appearance (Aussehen) explicit characterization (character traids) inexplicit characterization - conclusion (What kind of a person?) - use linking words (connection) present tense Relationships: to build up / develop to continue / maintain to handle / manage to strengthen / improve to break off/ end a friendly / trusting / close a steady / lasting / long-term a relationship a relationship a waking /business / professional a brief / casual / superficial (oberflächlich) a poor / troubled / strained (bemüht) Writing a summary The (Textsorte) (Titel) written by (Autor) in year (Erscheinungsjahr) informs about / deals with / is about (Hauptthema). Hauptteil: - - wichtigsten Infos W-Fragen (Wer?, Was?, Wann?, Wo?, Wie?, Warum?) Fiktionaler Text: Ablauf der Ereignisse beschreiben Ausgang der Geschehnisse, offenes Ende? Schluss: - Hauptaussagen Wichtige Infos: simple present, Bindewörter The author thinks / argues... keine Wiederholungen, direkte Rede, Zitate Spannung vermeiden, sachlich keine eigene Meinung aber eigene Worte 1/4 length of the original text Useful phrases for a summary: The author...

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points out that/ supports the view that / discusses the argument that ... According to the author ... from the author's point of view ... In the author's opinion... Point of view: Analysis 1. introduces the narrator (type and personality) 2. addresses the reader's reaction to the narrator 3. analyzes other narrator options and why this narrator was used instead Point of view: Overview 1. Is there a character in the story speaking as ,,I"? NO - third person point of view YES - first person point of view 2. Are you informed (from outside the story) about the emotions and thoughts of...? all characters - omniscient (to know everything) narrator, unlimited perspective, often comments on and evaluates what happens (bewerten, kommentieren) one (or two) characters - selective narrator, limited perspective, limited omniscient narrator no character - objective narrator, limited perspective, is impersonal, he/she repeats for the outside 3. Is the narrator (who is a character in the story) ...? the protagonist - protagonist narrator, limited perspective, is the central character of the story not the protagonist - witness narrator, limited perspective, often is very close to the protagonist (e.g. a friend or a relative) (Critically comment on the text and refer to similar texts that you have dealt with as well as additional information!) Plot analysis (short story) 1. Examine the Exposition setting, main characters, no backstory what events and potential difficulties the characters are facing 2. Trace the rising action conflict incoming identify each event and how it functions to escalate the conflict 3. Investigate the climax emotional and intense high point wie ist es dazu gekommen?, moment of truth 4. Wrestle with the resolution - ending (bzw. falling action) insight the character gains from the action Analyzing non-fictional texts 1. Analyze the structure and the content of the text: Text type / topic: The text informs about / describes / comments on ... It's main purpose to inform us ... The general topic / theme / subject of the text is ... The text deals with ... The author discusses the question of whether ... Heading: The heading is worded in a baffling / provocative / ambiguous / dramatic ... manner. The authors purpose is to arouse the reader's interest / baffle the reader / ... Intention: The author intends to ... change the readers attitude towards ... draw the readers attention towards ... convince us of ... Structure: The text divides into / falls into / consists of ... parts / paragraphs. In the first / second third paragraph, the author deals with / compares ... The fourth / fifth paragraph forms a contrast to ... The main problem / solution / conclusion can be found in the passage ... Author's attitude: The author claims / implies that / is certain that / doubts whether ... He blames ... for ... / dislikes / sympathizes with / is annoyed with ... She shows/takes an objective / biased / is open-minded / has a neutral attitude towards ...