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Pro and contra arguments of the American dream and the American nightmare, Americas history to The American dream, Pro an contra Arguments of Gun Control, Cartoon Analysis, Comment, Stylistic devices

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The American Dream Americas Timeline: → early 1th century: First Europeans come to America → 1492: Columbus „discovery of America → 1600: European colonists began to arrive in America →early 17th century /1807: African people were transported against their will and were put to work as slaves on plantations → 17th century: Settlers came (excape from poverty/religous oppression) →1770: thirteen British colonies on the north eastern coast →1770: Britain set heavy taxes on certain goods → 1770: Clashes with British soldiers → Boston Tea party: ship full of tea sonte → 1776: Thomas Jefferson: Americans were bom with un allenable rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" > idea of American Dream → July 4th 1776: Founding Fathers drafted the Declaration of independence →1775-1783: Revolutionary war against Britain. →1787: Constitution was written →1791: benamendments to the constitution (Bill of rights) guranteed freedom Creligous; freedom of speech, equal rights,...) →1861-65: Civil war 1865: ablition of slavery was abolished → mid 19th century: immigration from Northern and North-western Europe / Germans after failed revolution / Irish immigrants) →1896: introduction of "Jim Crow" racial segregation laws → inequality for African Americans → early 20th century: immigration from southern / Eastern Europe →1931: complete idea of American Dream ( life should be better, richer and fuller for everyone) →1950-1960: Civil rights movement →...

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post 1965: changed immigration laws: more non Europeans entering the country → 1970: idea of multicultural and diverse America (salad bowl") →2008: US has its first Black president. → 2021: First blach vice president Idea of American Dream: ideal, that every citizen in the US should have an equal opportunity to achieve success in life Cregardless of family history or social status) through hard work, determination and intinative → a happy way of living that is thought of by many Americans as some thing that can be achieved by anyone in the us. ↳especially by working hard and becoming succesful with good jobs, two (2.5 children), a house with white picket ferice and plenty of money. → started during the 1920's →→ 1931 full idea of American Dream ↳7 started because the Founding Fathers declared Americas indepence from England. → was started by James Trus low Adams (in 1931) → individuals of all nations are melled into a new race: ↳ today "salad bowl "→ all nations mixed together (melting pot) Pro/Con American Dream: • Pro: - American Dream is possible for some people - mixed culture → everyone should be welcome • many possibilities to reach success Pro/Con Gun Control: Pro: -reduces crime rate se cond Amendment refers to Militia, not civilians - rarely used in self defense in creases safety in general - helps prevent suicides - more tourism/less foreigners afraid less mass shootings by teens conflicts wont escalate quickly! less homocides are made to hill people guns - guns loose their thread → Con: - economic factor → people would (antigun loose their jobs control) tourism industry → shooting range ban them and only criminals will guns have unarmed civilians are easy targets - people. people (no matter which Will weapon) -"My safety is my responsibility" deterrence in case of crime people are afraid of gun. More gun violence people buy guns violence for self defense R → Massshootings in the Us out of the last years: Las Vegas shooting in 2017 → 61 people dicing Lshooting in a elementary school in Texas 19 children and 2 teachers dieing shooting in a supermarket in Buffallo (10 people dieing). (2022) Stylistic Devices: →Allegory (symbol with a hidden meaning) →Alliteration ( At least two consecutive words beginn with the same letter) → Enumeration (list of words) → Hyperbole (Exxegeration) Con: Not all people have same chances · gap between. poor and rich high danger of poverty → No more even more difficult to get rich today racism /violence (concept of classless sociely does not work) - Education became a "luxury" → no chance of getting a well paid job without education security → bad health care - no standard school system, but a system out of expensive private schools La poor people don't get good education →no good jobs ↳ low education → poor jobs → low security → low payments → "poor marriage" immigrants have lower chances to fullfill their dream Pressure of having to achieve the American Dream result in deaths of despair The American Dream under Trump Tax cut for the rich founded the poor ↳ More for money ↳ people don't have the same opportunities ( lack of money) ↳ education secretarys don't care about public schools for each student who goes private school →→ less money immigrants suffered untv racism (weren't welcomed in the US) 47 immigrants were getting shipped out of the US to Haiti /El Salvador (before Trump immigrants fleed from these countrys to the us process to avoid → Dreamers had to go through. court by ↳ Love and potential are needed by a diversity rich country (Trump's rule didn't encourage that) 2) description (what/who do you see? Cartoon Analysis: 1) indroduction sentence ( title, cartoonist, date, where was it published?, topic) what actions are shown? are there text elements?) getting shipped away. public schools → metaphor →Parallelism L Parallel or same syntax in several sentences) →Personification (Humanisation of things) → Rhetorical question →simile (comparison) 3) Interpretation: → analysing visual and textual elements → explaing the message of the cartoon LWhat does the author criticize and how does he do so?) 4) Comment: → is the cartoon convincing? why (not)? → cormmenting on the central message Comment: 1) Introduction into the topic Lintroduce question) 2) main body: pro/con arguments 3) summary of the most important questions

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The American Dream Americas Timeline: → early 1th century: First Europeans come to America → 1492: Columbus „discovery of America → 1600: European colonists began to arrive in America →early 17th century /1807: African people were transported against their will and were put to work as slaves on plantations → 17th century: Settlers came (excape from poverty/religous oppression) →1770: thirteen British colonies on the north eastern coast →1770: Britain set heavy taxes on certain goods → 1770: Clashes with British soldiers → Boston Tea party: ship full of tea sonte → 1776: Thomas Jefferson: Americans were bom with un allenable rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" > idea of American Dream → July 4th 1776: Founding Fathers drafted the Declaration of independence →1775-1783: Revolutionary war against Britain. →1787: Constitution was written →1791: benamendments to the constitution (Bill of rights) guranteed freedom Creligous; freedom of speech, equal rights,...) →1861-65: Civil war 1865: ablition of slavery was abolished → mid 19th century: immigration from Northern and North-western Europe / Germans after failed revolution / Irish immigrants) →1896: introduction of "Jim Crow" racial segregation laws → inequality for African Americans → early 20th century: immigration from southern / Eastern Europe →1931: complete idea of American Dream ( life should be better, richer and fuller for everyone) →1950-1960: Civil rights movement →...

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post 1965: changed immigration laws: more non Europeans entering the country → 1970: idea of multicultural and diverse America (salad bowl") →2008: US has its first Black president. → 2021: First blach vice president Idea of American Dream: ideal, that every citizen in the US should have an equal opportunity to achieve success in life Cregardless of family history or social status) through hard work, determination and intinative → a happy way of living that is thought of by many Americans as some thing that can be achieved by anyone in the us. ↳especially by working hard and becoming succesful with good jobs, two (2.5 children), a house with white picket ferice and plenty of money. → started during the 1920's →→ 1931 full idea of American Dream ↳7 started because the Founding Fathers declared Americas indepence from England. → was started by James Trus low Adams (in 1931) → individuals of all nations are melled into a new race: ↳ today "salad bowl "→ all nations mixed together (melting pot) Pro/Con American Dream: • Pro: - American Dream is possible for some people - mixed culture → everyone should be welcome • many possibilities to reach success Pro/Con Gun Control: Pro: -reduces crime rate se cond Amendment refers to Militia, not civilians - rarely used in self defense in creases safety in general - helps prevent suicides - more tourism/less foreigners afraid less mass shootings by teens conflicts wont escalate quickly! less homocides are made to hill people guns - guns loose their thread → Con: - economic factor → people would (antigun loose their jobs control) tourism industry → shooting range ban them and only criminals will guns have unarmed civilians are easy targets - people. people (no matter which Will weapon) -"My safety is my responsibility" deterrence in case of crime people are afraid of gun. More gun violence people buy guns violence for self defense R → Massshootings in the Us out of the last years: Las Vegas shooting in 2017 → 61 people dicing Lshooting in a elementary school in Texas 19 children and 2 teachers dieing shooting in a supermarket in Buffallo (10 people dieing). (2022) Stylistic Devices: →Allegory (symbol with a hidden meaning) →Alliteration ( At least two consecutive words beginn with the same letter) → Enumeration (list of words) → Hyperbole (Exxegeration) Con: Not all people have same chances · gap between. poor and rich high danger of poverty → No more even more difficult to get rich today racism /violence (concept of classless sociely does not work) - Education became a "luxury" → no chance of getting a well paid job without education security → bad health care - no standard school system, but a system out of expensive private schools La poor people don't get good education →no good jobs ↳ low education → poor jobs → low security → low payments → "poor marriage" immigrants have lower chances to fullfill their dream Pressure of having to achieve the American Dream result in deaths of despair The American Dream under Trump Tax cut for the rich founded the poor ↳ More for money ↳ people don't have the same opportunities ( lack of money) ↳ education secretarys don't care about public schools for each student who goes private school →→ less money immigrants suffered untv racism (weren't welcomed in the US) 47 immigrants were getting shipped out of the US to Haiti /El Salvador (before Trump immigrants fleed from these countrys to the us process to avoid → Dreamers had to go through. court by ↳ Love and potential are needed by a diversity rich country (Trump's rule didn't encourage that) 2) description (what/who do you see? Cartoon Analysis: 1) indroduction sentence ( title, cartoonist, date, where was it published?, topic) what actions are shown? are there text elements?) getting shipped away. public schools → metaphor →Parallelism L Parallel or same syntax in several sentences) →Personification (Humanisation of things) → Rhetorical question →simile (comparison) 3) Interpretation: → analysing visual and textual elements → explaing the message of the cartoon LWhat does the author criticize and how does he do so?) 4) Comment: → is the cartoon convincing? why (not)? → cormmenting on the central message Comment: 1) Introduction into the topic Lintroduce question) 2) main body: pro/con arguments 3) summary of the most important questions