Problems of Megacities at the example of Mexico City, New York, London, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro 1) Definition – What is a mega-city? 2) Problems which can occur in a big city. 3) Why do cities grow? - Urbanization 4) Slums 5) Examples: · Mexico City · New York · London · Tokyo · Rio de Janeiro 1) Definition
Analysing two different newspaper articles Task: analysing and comparing the two different given newspaper articles. Firstly, it is important to take a closer look at the structure of the two different articles and also the fonts that are used for the texts. As it can be seen on the left article, the
J. D. , 12EN2 Analysing tasks ( Frankenstein” – Nick Dear) ① In scene 12, De Lacey, his son and daughter-in-law are introduced. They live peacefully together in a cottage on the country side between fields. Agatha and Felix leave De Lacey alone when moving out to work on a field. The blind, old man
Analysing two cartoons: “Welcome to All” and “Looking Backward” by Joseph Keppler
The cartoon at hand entitled “Welcome to All”, made by Joseph Keppler and published in the newspaper “Puck” in the year 1880, shows several refugees being on their way into an ark.
First, at the arks entrance there is standing a man called Uncle Sam (Vater Staat).
Next to the refugees is a sign with the inscription “no oppressive taxes, no expensive kings, no compulsory military service, no knouts on dungeons”. Next to “uncle Sam is a second shield entitled “free speech, free lunch aso.”. In the background there is a sea. Above it you can see a scary looking ghost, who is looking towards the refugees.
Secondly I am going to analyse symbols which are used in this cartoon.
One of it might be the ark, it might have been used as a link to the ark of Noah, which carried all species of animals and brought them to a safe spot. Another important aspect is the pose of Uncle Sam, due to the fact that his arms are wide open he is making clear that he welcomes all refugees. Showing his arms like this might as well support t.....[read full text]