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Übersicht Englisch Abitur

Übersicht Englisch Abitur

 Schriftliches Englisch Abitur 2020
Structure:
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III.
IV.
Listening Comprehension - 30 min; 20%
Questions on the text - Choose one of t

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Schriftliches Englisch Abitur 2020 Structure: I. II. III. IV. Listening Comprehension - 30 min; 20% Questions on the text - Choose one of the 2 given texts (Sachtext oder Literarischer ext) and answer the questions - 120 mi 35% Composition - Choose 1 of the given Composition tasks - 60 min; 20% a. Argumentative Essay b. Cartoon Mediation - 90 min; 25% I. Listening Comprehension – nothing to say about it II. Questions on the text Possible Questions: a. Language Question b. Style Question d. 1. 1. Quote the stylistic devices correctly (words in between also) 2. Give the effect of this device, but not in general. Refer on the content of the text - 3. Write one paragraph per device - c. Characterisation All three must be done: 1. Use of words (Language/Lexis) - Word fields, formal or informal, short forms 2. Syntax - are these simple sentences (to stress sth.) or complex (to convince/explain sth.) 3. Register - language: colloquial? familiar? formal? neutral? 4. Stylistic devices 1. Preparation - Collect relevant information about the character Personal data (name, age, gender) and appearance What the character says/does/thinks (main traits, behaviour, mood, views, language) What others say (or the narrator says) about him/her What do your findings reveal about the character? 2. Writing Introduction present the character (personal data and outward appearance) say what his/her function/role in the story is how he/she relates to the other characters Body - Describe the characters traits, behaviour and development, providing...

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details from your notes Do not forget to use examples and quotes to support your statements Conclusion Sum up the most important trait Short Story Analysis How is suspense created Reader should be able to relate with the characters and become curious Reader only gets to know one side of the story (→ first person narrator) → reader wants to find out more A limit time which puts the hero under pressure Lot of problems An unexpected twist and a surprise ending Night/darkness/mysterious place Short sentences and descriptive adjectives II. Typical features of a Short Story + Structure Definition of a short story „a story, that can be read in one sitting " General characteristics: A limited number of characters: often only one main character/protagonist and little/no development à mostly flat characters Limited period: only a few hours, days or weeks Only one single theme/plot Structure of a short story: 1. Exposition: introduction of the main characters and setting (place, time, general social background), hints at the theme and/or atmosphere, but often there is no or a very short exposition à story begins in medias res" 2. Rising action: development of the conflict 3. Climax: conflict reaches ist highest point 4. (Turning point: a change in the conflict) 5. (Falling action: reduction of suspense) 6. Ending: Denouement: conflict is resolved Surprise ending: reader's expectations are not fulfilled Open ending: conflict is not resolved à What happens next? III. Narrative perspective First-person narrator A character narrates the story from its own perspective, we only know what the character thinks, knows or hears Is often the main protagonist Effect: We understand and sympathise most easily with this type of narrator Third-person limited narrator: Tells the story from outside, but describes feelings and thoughts from the perspective of one particular character in the story Narrator is not identical with this character Effect: We sympathise more easily with the character we are told most about Third-person omniscient narrator: Narrator is not visible in the story and tells it from the outside, but he knows everything about the character's thoughts, feelings as well the background of the story Narrator can comment on events coming later in the story Effect: mainly neutral, more distanced than the other writing perspectives He does ... thinks... feels ... He does... She thinks ... I... (000) Hoo They feel IV. Characterisation of a person or a relation Direct characterisation: The narrator or a character tells the reader explicitly what a character is like Indirect characterisation: The reader interprets a character, by what the character thinks, says, feels or does and how he/she interacts with others Preparation: Collect information about the character: III. Personal data (name, age, gender) and appearance What the character says/does/thinks - behavior, mood, language ... What others or the narrator says about the character Introduction: Briefly present the character (basic personal data an outward appearance) State its function in the short story and how he/she relates to other characters Use Quotations and examples! Composition a. Argumentative Essay/Comment cf. page 321 Introduction: I. II. III. Paragraph: I. II. |||. IV. V. Plan first Write the plan down in 3 to 4 sentences Answer these questions: a. Which topic? Give a general idea b. What is the question? Become more specific VI. c. What is your opinion about the question? I believe d. What are the reasons for my opinion? Stay general Indent the paragraphs One paragraph one central idea - Write one topic sentence Stay general All details in the paragraph need to relate to the main idea of the paragraph (in most cases the topic sentence) Write 4 to 5 sentences per paragraph Details have to contain: Why are the details important - - - I think..., In my opinion Reasons Examples Connect all the sentences, to create a flow and avoid repetition Examples: in addition, moreover, furthermore, likewise, ... VII. Also connect the single paragraphs VIII. Write 2 to 3 paragraphs Conclusion: I. I. II. II. Introduction: III. IV. V. - II. b. Cartoon Analysis Use one of the following expressions: In conclusion ... To sum up ... As a result, people should ... Thus, with the above in mind, ... it is fair to conclude that ... In the final analysis ... Do not bring new arguments Optionally future prospects Get back to the introduction Keep it simple and short Description: Describe the cartoon in detail: Important elements Give available information on the context (e.g. author, date and first publication source) State the issue or the target group Analysis: I. II. III. What is the background like Use the present progessive to describe, what people are doing Use the simple past to describe objects and the setting Describe speech bubbles, captions, body language of the people and facial expressions Evaluation: I. Examine the people, the objects and the text Explain the message, they are conveying Keep the function of the characters in mind State whether the cartoon is effective and which elements are responsible for ist success/failure If asked, give your opinion or your thoughts on the topic presented by the cartoon IV. Mediation ca. 650 words In general, important for both 2 Possibilities: No direct speech Usually no indirect speech No examples Do not give personal opinion (exept it is asked for) Do not give extra information - a. An article Write a heading (heading can be translated from the original text) Short introduction

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Schriftliches Englisch Abitur 2020 Structure: I. II. III. IV. Listening Comprehension - 30 min; 20% Questions on the text - Choose one of the 2 given texts (Sachtext oder Literarischer ext) and answer the questions - 120 mi 35% Composition - Choose 1 of the given Composition tasks - 60 min; 20% a. Argumentative Essay b. Cartoon Mediation - 90 min; 25% I. Listening Comprehension – nothing to say about it II. Questions on the text Possible Questions: a. Language Question b. Style Question d. 1. 1. Quote the stylistic devices correctly (words in between also) 2. Give the effect of this device, but not in general. Refer on the content of the text - 3. Write one paragraph per device - c. Characterisation All three must be done: 1. Use of words (Language/Lexis) - Word fields, formal or informal, short forms 2. Syntax - are these simple sentences (to stress sth.) or complex (to convince/explain sth.) 3. Register - language: colloquial? familiar? formal? neutral? 4. Stylistic devices 1. Preparation - Collect relevant information about the character Personal data (name, age, gender) and appearance What the character says/does/thinks (main traits, behaviour, mood, views, language) What others say (or the narrator says) about him/her What do your findings reveal about the character? 2. Writing Introduction present the character (personal data and outward appearance) say what his/her function/role in the story is how he/she relates to the other characters Body - Describe the characters traits, behaviour and development, providing...

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details from your notes Do not forget to use examples and quotes to support your statements Conclusion Sum up the most important trait Short Story Analysis How is suspense created Reader should be able to relate with the characters and become curious Reader only gets to know one side of the story (→ first person narrator) → reader wants to find out more A limit time which puts the hero under pressure Lot of problems An unexpected twist and a surprise ending Night/darkness/mysterious place Short sentences and descriptive adjectives II. Typical features of a Short Story + Structure Definition of a short story „a story, that can be read in one sitting " General characteristics: A limited number of characters: often only one main character/protagonist and little/no development à mostly flat characters Limited period: only a few hours, days or weeks Only one single theme/plot Structure of a short story: 1. Exposition: introduction of the main characters and setting (place, time, general social background), hints at the theme and/or atmosphere, but often there is no or a very short exposition à story begins in medias res" 2. Rising action: development of the conflict 3. Climax: conflict reaches ist highest point 4. (Turning point: a change in the conflict) 5. (Falling action: reduction of suspense) 6. Ending: Denouement: conflict is resolved Surprise ending: reader's expectations are not fulfilled Open ending: conflict is not resolved à What happens next? III. Narrative perspective First-person narrator A character narrates the story from its own perspective, we only know what the character thinks, knows or hears Is often the main protagonist Effect: We understand and sympathise most easily with this type of narrator Third-person limited narrator: Tells the story from outside, but describes feelings and thoughts from the perspective of one particular character in the story Narrator is not identical with this character Effect: We sympathise more easily with the character we are told most about Third-person omniscient narrator: Narrator is not visible in the story and tells it from the outside, but he knows everything about the character's thoughts, feelings as well the background of the story Narrator can comment on events coming later in the story Effect: mainly neutral, more distanced than the other writing perspectives He does ... thinks... feels ... He does... She thinks ... I... (000) Hoo They feel IV. Characterisation of a person or a relation Direct characterisation: The narrator or a character tells the reader explicitly what a character is like Indirect characterisation: The reader interprets a character, by what the character thinks, says, feels or does and how he/she interacts with others Preparation: Collect information about the character: III. Personal data (name, age, gender) and appearance What the character says/does/thinks - behavior, mood, language ... What others or the narrator says about the character Introduction: Briefly present the character (basic personal data an outward appearance) State its function in the short story and how he/she relates to other characters Use Quotations and examples! Composition a. Argumentative Essay/Comment cf. page 321 Introduction: I. II. III. Paragraph: I. II. |||. IV. V. Plan first Write the plan down in 3 to 4 sentences Answer these questions: a. Which topic? Give a general idea b. What is the question? Become more specific VI. c. What is your opinion about the question? I believe d. What are the reasons for my opinion? Stay general Indent the paragraphs One paragraph one central idea - Write one topic sentence Stay general All details in the paragraph need to relate to the main idea of the paragraph (in most cases the topic sentence) Write 4 to 5 sentences per paragraph Details have to contain: Why are the details important - - - I think..., In my opinion Reasons Examples Connect all the sentences, to create a flow and avoid repetition Examples: in addition, moreover, furthermore, likewise, ... VII. Also connect the single paragraphs VIII. Write 2 to 3 paragraphs Conclusion: I. I. II. II. Introduction: III. IV. V. - II. b. Cartoon Analysis Use one of the following expressions: In conclusion ... To sum up ... As a result, people should ... Thus, with the above in mind, ... it is fair to conclude that ... In the final analysis ... Do not bring new arguments Optionally future prospects Get back to the introduction Keep it simple and short Description: Describe the cartoon in detail: Important elements Give available information on the context (e.g. author, date and first publication source) State the issue or the target group Analysis: I. II. III. What is the background like Use the present progessive to describe, what people are doing Use the simple past to describe objects and the setting Describe speech bubbles, captions, body language of the people and facial expressions Evaluation: I. Examine the people, the objects and the text Explain the message, they are conveying Keep the function of the characters in mind State whether the cartoon is effective and which elements are responsible for ist success/failure If asked, give your opinion or your thoughts on the topic presented by the cartoon IV. Mediation ca. 650 words In general, important for both 2 Possibilities: No direct speech Usually no indirect speech No examples Do not give personal opinion (exept it is asked for) Do not give extra information - a. An article Write a heading (heading can be translated from the original text) Short introduction