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List of Final theses: English Language

Final thesis1.467 Words / ~6 pages HRW Mülheim Slavery in America The Beginning Slavery in the United States is the continuation and development of slavery that existed in the 13 colonies (The Thirteen Colonies were established by Great Britain on the Atlantic coast of North America between 1607 and 1733. In 1776 they declared their independence and formed the United States of America). The colonization of the Americas of 16 to 19 Century went with a mass enslavement of Africans that were used in all parts of the sparsely populated double continent as cheap labor. This concerns not only the British, Dutch, Swedish, French and Spanish colonies, from which the USA had emerged, but also the Brazilian and the European colonies in the Caribbean. In the North American continent, slavery forms of expression that were unique to the dual-continen­t and after the founding of the United…[show more]
Final thesis1.932 Words / ~6 pages Liberty High School, Las Vegas, NV 1 Mrs. Guerrero English 11 H 13 December 2013 Redemption Essay John Proctor, who lived in a village with other pilgrims in 1692, and Tim Thomas who lived in today’s society have one thing in common – guilt. John Proctor is a well-respecte­d man who lives together with his wife Elizabeth and two of his three children a little bit outside of the village named Salem. During the time Abigail Williams, a sixteen year old girl, was a house maid in their house, John had a sexual affair with her. In order to end this, Elizabeth fired her and put her out, but Abigail still loves John Proctor. “I know you clutched my back behind your house and sweated like a stallion whenever I come near (.) It´s she put me out, you cannot pretend it were you (.) you loved me (.).” (Arthur Miller, pg. 177). But for John Proctor it is over. “Abby, I may think of you softly from…[show more]
Final thesis5.011 Words / ~14 pages BORG Hartberg The History of the Ku-Klux-Klan by The History of the Ku Klux Klan It had begun in the town of Pulaski, Giles County, Tennessee, sometime between Christmas 1865 and June 1866. Even the founders of the Klan could never remember exactly when. Tennessee was a destroyed state after the war, the people were poor and unemployed. The war has taken most of their goods, but their pride remained. Pulaski´s citizens were proud of their town and especially of the purity of their Scottish ancestry. It was in the conditions of upheaval, suspicion, and desolation that six young returning soldiers found their hometown after the war. They were James Crowe, Richard Reed, Calvin Jones, John Lester, Frank McCord, and John Kennedy. All six had fought bravely for the Confederation cause. Kennedy, age twenty-five, had attained the rank of captain, was…[show more]
Final thesis1.607 Words / ~7 pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Cognitive and Affective Aspects of Learning English as a Foreign Language (PS2) SS 2011 Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Theory 2.1.1 Criteria to evaluate grammar activities 2.1.2 Cognitive view of learning stages 2.1.3 Communicative grammar activities 1. Introduction Like everything metaphysical, the harmony between thought and reality is to be found in the grammar of the language. Ludwig Wittgenstein How to teach languages and especially how to deal with grammar (e.g. in school textbooks) has been a highly debated topic among scholars and teachers for quite some time now. However, at the present time the way of teaching languages and language education in general is about to change. This can be seen even in the Austrian school curriculum which includes that grammar should always be taught within a context and according…[show more]
Final thesis487 Words / ~ pages Ernst-Reuter-Gund und Werkrealschule Karlsruhe Mario Götze: a wonderful player (oral exam) Introduction Hello, my name is and I am 17 years old. I have one brother and one sister. Together with our parents we live in Elgersweier. My hobbies are playing guitar, computer and football. So today I´ll tell something about my idol when it comes to football. He´s one of the biggest stars in German football. Maybe some of you know him. His name is Mario Götze. He is playing in the offensive of Borussia Dortmund. ­ life Götze was born in Memmingen, that’s just 120 kilometers away from Munich and about 150 kilometers from Stuttgart. So actually he had to go either to Bayern or to the VFB Stuttgart if there hadn´t been his father, Jürgen Götze. Just because of his job Mario and his family moved form Memmingen to Dortmund. So since the age of 6 years he lives and plays for Dortmund. So everybody says:,,…[show more]
Final thesis1.229 Words / ~ pages Kirkeparken videgående skole Moss British stereotypes and an essay Lovely cover, lousy book 1STUB 07.04.2014 All-day test in English, spring 2014 TASK 1B There are many typical British stereotypes floating around, especially these days where the UK is such a famous and discussed country. The most widely known stereotype revolving around the British is the one where they drink tea, a lot. British people are almost expected to drink a cup of tea, or fifteen, in the morning and especially in the afternoon. They prefer taking tea breaks, not coffee breaks (Hudson, 2013). This is one of the first stereotypes that comes to mind when thinking about what’s typically British. Although there are many false stereotypes out there, I’d say it’s reasonable to conclude with the fact that; yes, British people do drink a lot of tea. Each Brit consumes 1.89 kg of tea per year, according…[show more]
Final thesis5.268 Words / ~17 pages Leopold-Franzens- Universität Innsbruck Clash of Identity – Aboriginal and White Identity in Thomas Keneally´s The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith Introduction 3 2. What is Identity? 4 - 7 3. Clash of Identities – Aboriginal vs. White Identity 8 - 11 4. Jimmie Blacksmith – Aboriginal and White? 12 - 15 5. Conclusion 16 6. Bibliography 17 – 18 Introduction Thinking about Australia many people think about kangaroos, Sydney, Ayers Rock or maybe surfing. Some people also think about Aborigines and their remarkable arts. Still, few people really know what happened to the Aboriginal culture when Australia was colonized in the 18th century. The country was, when the white settlers came, not at all uninhabited land. Still for the white settlers, the Indigenous people were considered as savage and uncivilized – a lower race compared themselves. Therefore they were brutally persecuted,…[show more]
Final thesis3.649 Words / ~11 pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Famous Female Authors creation of meaning and fight for Canonicity Cultural Studies Seminar Intersectiona­lity as Identities and Interactions: Men, Women and Others 1. Introduction The true use of Shakespeare or of Cervantes, of Homer or of Dante, of Chaucer or of Rabelais, is to augment ones own growing inner self. [.] All that the Western Canon can bring one is the proper use of ones own solitude, that solitude whose final form is ones confrontation with ones own mortality. Harold Bloom in A Map of Misreading The concept of the literary canon, as it is used today, is associated with a collection of literary works which are generally considered as being great and timeless and therefore worthy for extensive academic studies in schools and universities all over the globe. However, just as Harold Bloom tellingly states in the quote…[show more]
Final thesis1.435 Words / ~ pages Marketing and Business School Executive Summary about the Alpha Company Introduction The Alpha Company is a medium sized component manufacturing organization based in Chur, Switzerland. They have 140 employees and their work involves machine operations to ensure that the end products are assembled correctly and are to the correct quality specification­s, also just-in-time. Production department The production department has good teams whose leaders’ reports directly to the production director. Just in one team they have a disruptive leader who questions all the management decisions. The team is intimidated because the leader uses mobbing against them to get his own way. Herzberg’s two factor theory Based on Herzberg’s two factor theory we are going to analyze this manner relating to his employees. The two-factor theory states that there are certain…[show more]






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