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Excursion report1.911 Words / ~ pages HBLA Hollabrunn Journal about Brighton Introduction paragraph: On Tuesday, the third of may, our class and about 10 of the other class and three teachers met at the airport in Vienna. We delivered our suitcases and waited for our airplane. After one hour and 30 minutes flight, we arrived London. There we drove by bus to Brighton it lasted about two hours, many pupils slept in the bus because of the strenuous trip. In Brighton we drove to the ISIS school, the school which organized everything and where we went every day except Saturday and Sunday). In the school we waited for our host families to pick us up, Jessi and I just waited about 30 minutes. We were very excited, because we just knew how she’s named and where she lives. While we were sitting in the class, waiting for Debbie, a teacher came in and told us, that our host mother finally arrived. So we took…[show more]
Glossary14.499 Words / ~58 pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Fachprüfung Literaturwiss­ensch­aft I Terminologie: Literary Studies: General Terminology Basic terms Literature: (Literatur) writtenartist­icwor­ks,e­speciallythos­e with a high andlastingart­istic­valu­e Literary Criticism / Literary Studies: (Literaturwis­sensc­haft­) Literary criticism/stu­dies is the study, discussion, evaluation and interpretatio­n of literature: Interpretatio­n of literary texts; Development of theories, models and methods of textual analysis; Histories of British, Irish, American and Canadian literature; Biographies of authors; Development of book trade, media, censorship; reception and criticism of literature → Production, mediation, reception and processing or criticism (“literary system”) Study of literature is concerned with “literary” texts, but also…[show more]
Glossary2.225 Words / ~11 pages Universität Hamburg Glossar Allgemeine Grundbegriffe der (Englisch-)Di­dakti­k Bewertung(Bez­ugsno­rmen­) Leistungsbewe­rtung kann mit Bezug auf verschiedene Normen geschehen: mit Bezug auf eine soziale Norm (im Vergleich zu einer Gruppe), auf eine kriteriale Norm (gemessen an einen zuvor festgelegten Kriterium) oder auf eine individuelle Norm (den individuellen Leistungszuwa­chs bewertend). (Vorlesung 7) CLIL Das Content and Language Integrated Learning ist ein Begriff, der verschiedene Formen bilingualer Unterrichtsfo­rmen unter sich zusammenfasst­, „in which a foreign language is used as a tool in the learning of a non-language subject in which both language and the subject have a joint curricular role.“ (Marsh, zit. n. Surkamp 2017: 30). Es geht also bei CLIL im Zentrum um die Verschmelzung des Lernens von Inhalten und…[show more]
Protocol761 Words / ~ pages Joseph-König-Gymnasium Haltern Tasting Orange Juice after Cleaning the Teeth Chapter 1: Science Aspects of Tasting Orange Juice after Cleaning the Teeth In this science project we will examine closely why according to the book “Wie man mit einem Schokoriegel die Lichtgeschwin­digke­it misst” orange juice tastes so awful after cleaning the teeth shortly before. Have you ever made this experience? You have overslept and you are in a hurry. After cleaning your teeth you drink a glass of orange juice, but the flavour of the juice is awfully bitter instead of sweet. And then the whole breakfast may also taste disgusting. There’s something wrong! The bitter taste of orange juice after cleaning the teeth with a certain toothpaste is the consequence of the interaction of particular substances. The juice of the oranges contains a lot of substances of taste, among…[show more]
Travelogue542 Words / ~1 page BG BRG LB My stay in Dublin - Schülerberich­t Klassenfahrt Irland My stay in Ireland On April 23, 2012 we started our travel by bus at the Klostergasse in Leibnitz. We met at 4:45 there, so we were all very tired, but later in the bus on the way to Bratislava it was of course impossible to sleep. After we arrived after three hours in Bratislava we checked in, most of our suitcases fortunately weren’t too heavy and then we took the plane to Dublin. In Dublin we went by bus to the St. Anne’s Park were we met our host families the first time. Our first night was probably the one with the most sleep, because we were all so tired after the travel. The next day we took the bus to our meeting point, Tara Station. As you can imagine it took a couple of minutes till everybody arrived. We walked to our school, where we were split up in two groups and we met our…[show more]
Travelogue1.076 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Frankfurt am Main My trip to Australia Monday , the 15th July: Australia, the continent down under, is known as a place filled with kangaroos, koala bears, and many more unique creatures. The whole continent definitely sounds like a place I would like to go. By the way let me tell you, what I already know about Australia. Australia is the only country that is also a continent. In area, Australia ranks as the sixth largest country and smallest continent. It is said, that it is the oldest country in the world, but it was discovered last. Moreover it is located between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The part of the Indian Ocean that is south of Australia is called the Southern Ocean in the Australia. It has three distinct geographical regions; Great Western Plateu, Centeral Lowlands and Eastern Highlands (Great Dividing Range). Australia…[show more]
Lecture602 Words / ~ pages PMG Schmalkalden Child labor in the Industrial Revolution 1.Industrial Revolution generally 2.What means child labor? 3.Why there was child labor? 4.The circumstances of the child 5.Example for a typical working day 6.Healthy consequences 7.Laws to the elimination of child labor 1.Industrial Revolution generally The process of the Industrial Rrvolution starts in england at the end of the 18th century. There were made numerous technical, medicial and electronic inventions for example: -1766 blast furnance -1767 spinning machine by James Hargreaves -1769 steam engine by James Watt In addition to new economic changes such as the rapid and efficient production and capital formation were also far-reaching social restructuring­. Workers parties and trade unions have been formed, the population increased rapidly and the cities were bigger.…[show more]
Lecture1.002 Words / ~ pages Diesterweg-Gymnasium Plauen EINLEITUNG Willkommen zu meiner Präsentation über das Thema „From Empire to Commonwealth“ Jedes Jahr am zweiten Montag im März feiern weltweit 1.7 Milliarden Menschen den Commonwealth-­Tag. Gefeiert wird ein Staatenbündni­s, dem heute 54 Länder und insgesamt 30 Prozent der Weltbevölkeru­ng angehören - das Commonwealth. Dabei handelt es sich um einen freiwilligen Zusammenschlu­ss unabhängiger und souveräner Staaten, die ehemals dem so genannten “British Empire“ angehörten. Was versteht man unter dem British Empire?Als bis heute größte Kolonialmacht der Geschichte gilt das britische Empire. Es umfassteals Weltreich sämtliche Gebiete, die abhängig von der Herrschaft des VereinigtenKö­nigr­eiche­s waren. Hierzu zählen Mandatsgebiet­e, Dominions, Kronkolonien oderProtektor­ate. Hervorgegange­n waren diese…[show more]

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