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Presentation650 Words / ~ pages BG/BRG Lichtenfelsgasse Graz Today I have my book launch/presen­tatio­n: I want to present a detective story by Agatha Christie. The title of the book is “After the Funeral” It was first published in the US in 1953. Funeral is a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated. Before I begin to report I want to say something about Miss Agatha Christie. She was born in 1890 and died in 1976. She was an English crime writer of novels, short stories and plays. Her works “Miss Jane Marple” and “Hercul­e Poirot” have given her the title “Queen of Crime”. In this book is not only one main character. There are five characters, which I need that I can tell you the plot of the book. Therefore I will write the characters on the blackboard. There is a: Dead person Richard Abernethie (He does not make activities anymore) (of course he does not play an…[show more]
Presentation752 Words / ~2 pages Westfalenkolleg Dortmund My irish diary by Ralph Giordano As a confessing Ireland lover nothing lies closer, than selecting everything about Ireland, before travelling, as a later reading or only to read and dream about this beautiful island. From Dresden, in the direction of Cologne, straight through Belgium, a bit of France and than from Calais with the ferry to Dover, past London and straight through Wales to Fishguard. From there to Cork in the south of Ireland, then after Kerry one comes near Tralee, with peninsula Dingle before your eyes. Ralph Giordano was born in 1923 in Hamburg, had to flee with his parents because of the national- socialist race laws in the illegality, because his mother was a Jew. Later he became a journalist und television documentary presenter and published several books. My Irish diary appeared in 1996 and he writes in a way…[show more]
Presentation453 Words / ~ pages Schwabmünchen A contrasting analysis between Mr. Darcy and Mr. Wickham Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy - Main male character - 28 years old - Unmarried - Wealthy owner of the famous family estate of Pemberley in Derbyshire - An archetype of the aloof romantic hero à Handsome, tall, and intelligent - Not convivial, cold and aloof - uncomfortable around people he doesn’t know very well - seemingly arrogant character masks a sincerely generous and upright nature - early condemned as proud and gloomy à but after Elizabeths refusal of him, he takes her reproofs to heart and tries to change - Income: £10,000 a year - Primary residence: Pemberley House near Lambton in Derbyshire - Sister: Georgiana Darcy Scenes: - Mr. Darcy begins his acquaintance with smug condescension and proud distaste for all the country people - Mr. Darcy slights Elizabeth, saying…[show more]
Presentation1.184 Words / ~3 pages Frankfurt Einleitung: What is the American Dream? ­ààà Bild Freiheitsstat­ue!! · There is not a unified definition- any U.S. citizen probably has its very own dream. For some it is the dream of freedom and equality, for others it is the dream of a fulfilled life, and for others it is the dream of fame and wealth · In general, we can define the American Dream like this: · Everyone has the freedom to achieve his aims and bring it to fame and wealth if he works hard enough. · The idea of the American Dream is rooted in the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence which states that all men are created equal and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights including Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. · The term American Dream goes back to the American writer and historian James Truslow Adams. He used it first in his…[show more]
Presentation747 Words / ~ pages NRW Essen THE SIMPSONS General facts • American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening produced for Fox Broadcasting Company • Each episode deals with the American middle class family named “Simpso­ns” who lives in the town of Springfield, a city that can be found in every state of the USA • As Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie interact with each other the American lifestyle, its culture, religion and politics are parodied. • The show was first broadcasted on December 17th, 1989 and in September 2008 there were 20 seasons all together • It was first shown on German TV in 1991 by ZDF and in 1994 ProSieben took over and has been broadcasting the sitcom ever since • The enormous success also led to the production of several computer games, comics and the famous “The Simpsons Movie” •…[show more]
Presentation634 Words / ~ pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU SCHOOL Systems School systems: British System: à Basic information: Years 1-2 are spent in infant schools Years 3-7: junior schools Years 7-11: Secondary schools (aka High schools) Main exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) = taken at the age of 16 From age 16 to 18, many students stay in the school system to study for A (advance) levels. If they have good results, they can go to one of the 89 universities in the country. à Different types of schools: o State schools (94% of the 9 million schoolchildre­n) = free o Private schools (6%) = you have to pay for it State schools: o Comprehensive schools: = most common type of school (90%) = non-selective (anyone can go to them) à Specialist schools (specialized in a particular area, e.g. modern languages, technology, sports o Grammar schools and secondary modern schools…[show more]
Presentation783 Words / ~2 pages Gymnasium The British Empire and the Commonwealth · Spain, England, portugal, France, Holland struggeled in the 16th century. England was the last that join the colonial powers but became the most important. The British Empire was the largest colonial empire in history it´s peak (at the beginning of the 20th century) comprised 1/5 og the land surface and 1/4 of the world´s population. British colonialism from the 16th to the 19th century basically pursued economic interests · Its aim was economy independence The Empire proceeded in it´s making 3 stages: dicovery -> trading posts -> settlements. · The most important trading companies: East India Company, 1600; Lodon (Virginia) Company, 1606. · Emigration from Britain was because of religious struggle -> “refuge in the New World” e.g. May Flower, 1620 The First British Empire…[show more]
Presentation1.992 Words / ~7 pages Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München - LMU Contrastive linguistics and language teaching I. Introduction As you already know, Contrastive linguistics is a branch of linguistics which seeks to compare the sounds, grammars and vocabularies of two languages with the aim of describing the similarities and differences between them. Such a description’s purpose may be to contribute to the task of foreign language teaching. The aim of my presentation is to show how and why contrastive linguistics can be useful to the teacher of English as a second language. First I will give you a short overview over today’s presentation. After that, I am going to explain each of the three different linguistic fields that contribute to language teaching: Contrastive analysis, error analysis and Interlanguage­. I am also going to analyze, in what way each one of these topics is useful for a…[show more]
Presentation1.439 Words / ~3 pages Gymnasium Landkreis Teltow Fläming(Brandenburg) Speech: Ethnic diversity Welcome Ladies and Gentleman, today I would like to give you a speech about ethnic diversity - a blessing or a curse and to come to the most important thing first: In my opinion its a blessing. Many people, especcialy here in Germany, where everybody wants to be on time and accurate, think, that multicultural­ism means people from different countries dancing around on their front lawn. But this is not right, ethnic diversity is not only celebrating! It means people working together and not caring about their origins. A good example are the restaurants from immigrants . Imagine a world without asian food and a world without Kebab. We still would eat our sourcrout and meatballs. I would hate that, you know what I mean. If they would not work with us, we would miss a lot of inventions and ways to work! One person alone…[show more]
Presentation1.369 Words / ~6 pages TGM Wien Historical background of the Industrial Revolution in England Queen Victoria I Inhalt 1. Queen Victoria. 1 2. Population in the Victorian Era. 2 3. Culture. 3 4. technology and engineering. 4 5. Child Labour 4 6. Status of Woman. 5 1. Queen Victoria Queen Victoria born on 24 May 1819 and died on 22 January 1901 was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1 May 1876, she used the additional title of Empress of India. She inherited the throne at the age of 18, after her fathers three elder brothers had all died leaving no legitimate, surviving children. The United Kingdom was already an established constitutiona­l monarchy, in which the Sovereign held relatively little direct political power. Privately, Victoria attempted to influence government policy and ministerial…[show more]
Presentation609 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Bochum The University of Oxford 1. Facts and figures Motto in Latin Dominus Illuminatio Mea Motto in English The Lord is my Light Established Unknown, but teaching existed since 1096 Type public Total students about 20 000 undergraduate­s 11 917 postgraduates 7 350 Chancellor Baron Patten of Barnes 2. Organisation - The University has 39 independent and self-governin­g colleges as well as 6 private halls --> advantages: - small number of students --> each student gets specaial attention - students belong on the one hand to a large institution with all its benefits (University) and on the other hand to a small, academic community (Colleges) - All students studying for a degree of the university must belong to one of the colleges or Permanent Private Halls (PPHs) - These colleges are not only houses of residence, but have substantial responsibilit­y…[show more]
Presentation809 Words / ~2 pages Realschule Hirschaid AUSTRALIA Australia is not just a country it is a whole continent and it´s also a land of great contrasts. There is the crowded south-east coast with the big cities of Sydney and Melbourne, and there is also the hot dry outback with his huge empty spaces. But first of all i want to tell you some facts about Australia. Australia is almost 21 times bigger than Germany but has only 20 million inhabitants. 86 % of the population lives at the coast especially at the east coast. So it is sometimes difficult for the children who live in the outback to go to school. Because all the schools are at the big cities at the coasts but not in the midland, so the next school would be 1000 km away. But for these children there are special schools called „ Schools of the Air“. This organization allows the kids to go virtually to school. They have a computer…[show more]
Presentation1.780 Words / ~4 pages Gymnasium-Wien COLOR OF WATER Biography of the author James McBride James McBride is an award-winning writer and composer. He was born in 1957 and was the eighth of twelve children. He was raised in Brooklyn´s Red Hook housing projects. He received a degree in music composition in Ohio. He also pursued a master´s degree in Journalism at the Columbia university. His book The color of water won the 1997 Anisfield-Wol­f Book Award for Literary Excellence. The book spent more than two years on The New York Times bestseller list. The color of water has sold more than 1.7 million copies in the United States alone. It has been published in 16 languages and in more than 20 countries. McBride is a former staff writer for The Washington Post, People Magazine and Boston Globe. His work has also appeared in Essence, Rolling Stone and The New York Times. James McBride…[show more]
Presentation568 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium waldkirchhen Mississippi civil rights activist murder Persons: - James Earl Chaney (21 years old black man from Meridian , Mississippi) - Andrew Goodman (20 years old Jew from New York) - Michael Schwerner (21 years old Jew from New York) - Cecil Price (Deputy Sheriff and member of the faction White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan) - Edgar Ray Killen (organizer of the faction White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan who was involved in the murder of the three civil rights activists) - Lyndon B. Johnson (President) - J. Edgar Hoover (FBI-Chef) - Sam Bowers (Imperial Wizard of the faction White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan) The true case: Today I want to tell you the real story about the civil rights activist murder in Mississippi. A civil rights movement in 1964, named Freedom Summer, was a campaign to get African Americans in the southern United States registered…[show more]
Presentation1.155 Words / ~ pages Freie Waldorfschule Frankenthal Sir Francis Drake The eldest of twelve children was born in Crowndale, in about 1540 (the exact date of his birth is not known). He grew up in a protestant farmer-family who was banished from his land by a catholic unrest. At the age of thirteen Drake started to work on a small coast ship. From his captain he learned how to navigate and later he became captain of this ship. But soon he gets into financial difficulties with his ship. So he joined his cousin John Hawkins on a voyage to Spain. 1567 the two men started capturing black people on the west coast of Africa to sell them as slaves to Spanish settlers in the Caribbean. Because it was illegal for the Spanish settlers to deal with foreigners Drake and Hawkins soon came into conflict with the Spanish. On the 4th of July 1569 Drake married Mary Newman, but this marriage was childless and twelve…[show more]
Presentation729 Words / ~ pages Centennial High School 3/11/10 Period 5 After the First Death In everyday society, thousands of normal people get up on the brink of situations. They are recognized as the heroes of today and tomorrow. Achieving the status of hero is seen through many traits. For instance, in the book After the First Death, heroism is displayed through traits. In the book After the First Death, heroism is displayed through intelligence. For example, Artkin is an intelligent, sly person. “Miro slitted his eyes, studying Artkin, trying to determine if Artkin were really serious about his name or whether he was playing some kind of game” (Cormier 20). Artkin being smart gives the sense of leadership. Although Raymond is a kid, he’s surprisingly smart. “They were bright and alert, transforming his fat baby face into the visage of an intelligent little…[show more]
Presentation1.269 Words / ~ pages Desert Choral High The History of American Education For centuries, character education played a central role in the curriculum of higher education institutions in the United States (Christian Higher Education, 295). A majority of education institutions were religion-base­d and emphasized the importance of a “charac­ter-d­evel­opment education.” Most notably, Christians founded the Ivy League. Harvard in 1636, Yale in 1701, Princeton in 1769, and Dartmouth in 1754 all had significantly Christian roots (Anthony, 303). In essence, education was founded upon Christian fundamentals and although separation of church and state was not originally included in the constitution, it was soon applied and had an effect on the foundation of education. What does it mean to have Christianity as a foundation upon educational institutions?­…[show more]
Presentation730 Words / ~ pages BRG Wels THE HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Lots of languages are spoken in the world. These languages can be divided into groups of which they come from, for example the Indo- Chinese group, the Semitic group, the Malayo- Polynesian group or the Indo- European group which was spoken about 5000 years ago in Europe. During many centuries this language divided into several branches where the modern Indo- European languages come from. English, for example, comes from the Germanic branch. Until now Britain has not been invaded since 1066. But every time Britain was invaded before the language changed as well. At about 300 BC the Celts lived in Britain and there are still a few words now that are derived from Celtic, for example the names of some places. The word “avon” means river and there exists still a town called “Stratf­ord-u­pon-­Avon”.…[show more]
Presentation576 Words / ~ pages 10. KlasseCenter Vesthimmerland 1. New York Never Again It was a new day, of course it was a new day, every day is a new day, but something new was going on for Joey. She had decided to spend her summer holiday in New York, life was starting to use last day’s happenings, and Joey was sick of it. “I really want to try something new, something exciting!” Joey said with a raised voice. “But it’s expensive and who would you go to for guidance over there?” Joey’s mom applies, continuing washing the vegetables as if no one was in the room. “I don’t need guidance, I’m 18. I can take care of myself!” Joey assured by putting her arms across and winked at her mom. “If your dad approves, I guess I will as well” Her mom applied, not even paying attention to what Joey was doing. Joey went into the living room where her dad was watching…[show more]
Presentation1.205 Words / ~6 pages Berufskolleg Brave New World Aldous Huxley • partly a statement of ideas ( expressed by characters with no more depth than cartoon characters) • First three chapters present most of important ideas or themes of the novel • Director of Hatcheries and conditioning explains that people are breed • The society is devided into five classes from the Alphas, the most intelligent, to the Epsilons, morons bred to do the dirty jobs nobody else want to do • The scope of the society is the persue of happiness in every aspect of life from loving for example ones job to avoid suffering • Director also makes clear that sex is a source of happiness, a game people play with anyone who pleases them • The controller, one of the ten men who run the world, explains some of the most profound principles on which the Utopia is based.…[show more]
Presentation893 Words / ~2 pages Gymnasium Sinsheim Englisch Referat - The Southern States of the USA Today I tell you something about the south of the USA = Here you can see a map of the south of the USA The south of the USA hat eleven states : Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Missouri, Kentucky and Virginia don’t know if they belong to the south or the north of the USA. The South has 73.269.000 (thirty-seven million two hundred and sixty-nine thousand) inhabitants (Einwohner). The biggest state of the USA is Texas. The south of the USA has a humid (feuchtwarmes­) climate. It’s a region of rivers, plains (Ebenen) and swamps (Sümpfe). The agriculture (Landwirtscha­ft) is very fruitful because of cattle posture(Viehh­altun­g) and mixing cultivation (Mischanbau).­The Mississippi, the…[show more]
Presentation1.262 Words / ~ pages Universität Erfurt What is the European Language Portfolio? Most of the people associate the word “portfolio” with the world of art and design: it evokes the samples of work, sometimes presented in a large folder, that artist and designers use to introduce their skills to potential clients But we are talking about a portfolio for students, especially for primary school pupils The ELP is a document in which those who are learning or have learned one or more languages - whether at school or outside school - can record and reflect on their language learning and intercultural experiences. Further: „A language portfolio is an organized collection of documents, in which individual learners assemble over a period of time and display in a systematic way, a record of their qualification­s, achievements and experiences in language learning, together with…[show more]
Presentation659 Words / ~1 page BORG Dreierschützengasse Graz · Englisch Kernstoff: food Food It is important for your health what you eat, where you eat and why you eat. As a teenager you have to eat a variety of foods that give you the nutrients your growing body needs. It is not wrong if you eat burgers and pizza but you have to eat smaller amounts and balance them with other foods. Eating while doing other things makes it easy to lose track of how much you have eaten. By eating at a table you can pay more attention to what you are eating (so you cannot overeat). Even if you are watching TV you should take a small amount of food with you, not the whole bag. For most people, reasons to eat are time of day, hunger, food looks tempting, boredom, frustration, nervousness or sadness. The best reason to eat is because your body tells you that you are hungry. If you are eating, instead of not being hungry try to get the…[show more]
Presentation769 Words / ~ pages Majorstuen Skolen Experiment of Salt Nr.05 - Vi påviser og spalter stivelse Dato: 02/02/12 Navn: På gruppe med: Johann Utstyr: Reagensrør, reagensrørhol­der, jodløsning, glukose, sukrose, potetmel (stivelse), fruktbit, makaroni, brødbit, hvitost, vann og spytt. Hypotese: Hensikt: Hensikten med dette forsøket er å se om amylase i spyttet i munnen vår klarer å spalte stivelse. Sjekke hvordan stivelse fungerer og hvis alle maten innholder stivelse. Å vite hvordan fordøyelsesys­teme­t fungerer Fremgangsmåte­: Vi hentet fram alt utstyret, jeg hentet sju reagensrørene mens Johann hentet reagensrørhol­der, også flyte vi dem med halvfulle vann sammen Etter det så skrev vi navnene på alle syv reagensrørene og hadde vi litt av hver matvare i hvertsitt reagensrør. Vi hadde 5-6 dråper jod nedi hvert av reagensrørene­, vi gjorde det sammen, og…[show more]
Presentation2.658 Words / ~21 pages Stiftsschule Einsiedeln Australia With approximately 7.7 million Km², is Australia the largest island of the world and the sixth-biggest state. In Australia, lives 22.3 million people which is circa a quarter of the population of Germany. More than 70% of the population lives along the coast, because a big part of the continent is very dry. A big part of Australias population belongs to the Christian community. The capital is Canberra and not Sydney what many people believes. Australia is divided into 7 states: Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania. The official language of Australia is English, but the pronunciation is different from the traditional English. On left side of the flag of Australia you can see the British flag, this should remind the time when Australia was still…[show more]
Presentation473 Words / ~1 page HLW Deutschlandsberg GROWING UP Today I´m going to talk about what for me means to grow up. I have two points I especcially want to talk about: The first point is how the responsabilit­y grows with the age, as my second point that I took is how I experienced my growing up till now. When you are still a little child u nerly have no responsabilit­y, but at the latest at the age of fourteen you have to accept responsabilit­y for your acts in austria. Then 2 years later at the age of sixteen u can buy alcohol and cigarettes (fortunatly the age limit for cigarettes gets raised to 18) wich is also very hard to handle. End finally at the age of 18 your totally on your own. For example I am now fifteen years old, and as I established most of the Sellers think that I am over 16 years old and they don´t check my ID. In my case I don´t smoke or drink alcohol, but if I would want to do it I could do…[show more]
Presentation543 Words / ~ pages Realschule Baiersbronn Report about Bali Hello, my name is . Im here to give you some information about Bali and its sights. I have been living in Bali for 3 years and so I know the island quite well. First of all I want to talk about some general facts. Balso, also called Paradise Isalnd or Island of the Gods belongs to the Lesser Sunda Islands and lies between Java and Lombok, as you can see here. Its capital is Denpasar. The Island covers an area of 5551 square kilometers. About 4 million people live on the island and 1,4 million tourists visit Bali every year. The main tourist area is in southern Bali, where there is an average temperature of about 30 degrees centigrate. The nothern area has cooler temperatures and a lot of rain forests and rivers. Bali is an vulcanic Island. Mount Agung is on the east side of the island and about 3000 meters high. It is famous for its…[show more]
Presentation614 Words / ~ pages Realschule Balingen THE WHITE HOUSE General facts: The White House is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. The White House is a building in Washington, DC and it has been the official residence of all the presidents of the United States with the exception of George Washington. Washington served from 1789 to 1797. By the time the White House was completed in 1800, John Adams was President. The house was rebuilt and restored after it was burned by the British in August 1814.It still houses the office of the Vice President.It formally received his name in 1901 by Theodore Roosevelt(14. September 1901 im Alter von 42 Jahren der 26. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten und damit der jüngste Inhaber dieses Amtes in der amerikanische­n Geschichte.) because of its white exterior paint. The location and building: It is located at Pennsylvania…[show more]
Presentation1.634 Words / ~8 pages Scheffel-Gymnasium Lahr Class 10D Zero Tolerance in Schools In order to properly present the chosen topic Zero Tolerance, a term that has grown to become important in international educational policy during the last century, I have formulated the following structure. 1. Definitions of Zero Tolerance 2. The History of Zero Tolerance 3. Benefits and disadvantages of Zero Tolerance 4. Opinions on Zero Tolerance 5. Examples for Zero Tolerance 6. Vocabulary/ Glossary 7. Sources 1. Definitions of Zero Tolerance The term of Zero Tolerance can be applied to both educational policy and law enforcement. The definitions given describe different forms of the usage of Zero Tolerance. “A zero-toleranc­e policy in schools is a policy of punishing any infraction of a rule, regardless of accidental mistakes, ignorance, or extenuating circumstances­. In schools,…[show more]
Presentation3.556 Words / ~14 pages Gymnasium Dresden The World Trade Center’s sad story Introduction In September in 2001 something happened that no one would forget.. It was a morning like all the others before(it seemed to be one but it was not)which was interrupted when terrorists attacked the United States.A date which no one would forget.On September 11th 2001 2,996 people, including the 19 hijackers and 2,977 victims died.246 victims were on the planes and there were no survivors.19 terrorists from the al-Quaeda (an Islamist militant group)hijacke­d four passenger jets.Two of these airplanes crashed into the north and south towers of the World trade center in NewYork.The third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Vriginia and the fourth plane almost flew into the United States Capitol Building in Washington D.C. when some passengers attempted to take control of the jet from…[show more]
Presentation1.023 Words / ~ pages Liceo scientifico G. Sulpicio Veroli Italy Ulysses by James Joyce Analysis PUBLICATION : Ulysses is a novel by the Irish authorJames Joyce. It is an experimental novel in the modernist tradition. It was first serialised in parts in an American journal in 1920, but it was censored because of obscenity. Then the ban was lifted and it was published in its entirety in February 1922, in Paris. TITLE : Ulysses is the latinised name of Odysseus, the hero of Homers poem Odyssey, and the novel establishes a series of parallels between its characters and events and those of the poem. Joyce makes his hero, Leopold Bloom, a sort of modern-day Ulysses. In fact we find the correspondenc­e of Leopold Bloom to Odysseus, his wife Molly Bloom to Penelope, and Stephen Dedalus to Telemachus. STRUCTURE : Ulysses was originally going to be a short story in Dubliners, but then it grew. It is Joyces third…[show more]
Presentation1.157 Words / ~ pages Justus-Liebig Gymnasium, Darmstadt Nicolas Sparks – “The Lucky” Presentation Today I want to present you the book The Lucky One which was written by Nicolas Sparks. First some facts about the author: Nicholas Charles Sparks was born on 31st December 1965 PICTURE he is an American novelist and scene writer he is known as a writer of sentimental romance novels with dashes of magic and suspense Maybe you know A Walk to Remember, The Last Song (which is “Das Leuchten der Stille” in German) these books are written by Nicolas Sparks. He already published 17 novels eight of them have been adapted to films including The Lucky One. The novel deals with the themes of fate and destiny. Despite the allusions to such themes made in the novel, Sparks admitted that he does not necessarily believe in either. He adds, however, that he is a big believer in the fact that…[show more]
Presentation497 Words / ~ pages BORG Wolfsberg The Olympic Games Great Britain at the Olympics Team Great Britain is one of the most successful Olympic teams all around the world. They were one of the 14 countries which competed at the first Olympics of the modern time and participated all games ever since. This successful team hasn’t just collected an incredible number of more than 700 Olympic medals (only in summer games!!), but it also won at least one gold medal every single Olympic Summer Games. They are not that successful in winter though. Concerning the Winter Games team GB only counts 22 medals all together. In 1908 the United Kingdom got the name “Team Great Britain” assigned. This caused Problems with the inhabitants of Northern Ireland, who didn’t feel like being a part of the team. So they wanted it to be renamed into “Team UK”. But instead…[show more]
Presentation643 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Stadthagen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Story: -Vanger family, big family with complicated ties, owns one of Sweden’s biggest industries- Vanger group, everyone wants more influence to the concern, so everyone despise each other -most family members want to live for their own or have dark backgrounds, which no one should know (Nazis.) -Henrik Vanger is the head of the Vanger family and the ex-boss from the group, he gathered Harriet, his niece from her father and his brother, because he was an alcoholic and mother wasn’t able to nurture her -1966 Harriet disappeared during a Group/family meeting at Hedeby, the Swedish Island which belongs to the Vangers. -Special / The mysterious was that the sole access was blocked while Harriet disappeared -Henrik Vanger thought it was someone of his family which murdered her, because he preferred…[show more]
Presentation1.076 Words / ~8 pages Schwäbisch Hall AC/DC - “simple rock ’n’ roll” The Band: Malcolm and Angus Young - Bon Scott Inhaltsverzei­chnis The band name. 2 The band members 2 Band members through the years: 3 Malcolm and Angus Young. 3 Bon Scott 3 The awards and successes 4 The concerts 5 The trademarks 5 Sources: 6 Quiz. 8 AC/DC is a band from Australia. They always classified their music as “simple rock ’n’ roll” but commonly they are told a hard rock band. The band name AC/DC is the short form for alternative current/ direct current electricity. The Young brothers decited to call their band like this after their sister Margret read the letters on a sewing machine label and told them she thought it would be a good band name. In Australia the band is also known under the name “Acca Dacca”. The band members AC/DC was foundet in 1973 by the brothers Malcolm and Angus Young who are the only…[show more]
Presentation440 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Stuttgart Fast Food: Der Untergang Amerikas Referat Contents 1. History. 1 2. Fast-Food Today. 2 3. Health Aspect 2 4. Statistics 3 5. Sources 4 1. History · the first shops similar to the Fast-Food restaurants like McDonald’s we know today were already found in the ancient world in Naples. · in Greece and Rome eating out for fun got popular a lot earlier than in the Western society. · the first official Fast-Food chain “White Castle” was founded in 1921 in Wichita, Kansas · the first Fast-Food restaurants had a very hard time because people thought that they would use low quality meat · thats why White Castle had the idea to build open kitchens so that everyone was able to see how the food was prepared and to satisfy themselves of their quality · they put the color white in their name, which usually gets associated with cleanness · after the success…[show more]
Presentation1.257 Words / ~7 pages Gymnasium Nürtingen Ennglish & Geography The Geography of Australia Presentation / Referat Contents Physical Geography. 2 Geology. 3 The highest Mountains In Australia. 4 The biggest Deserts in Australia. 5 Big Cities in Australia. 6 Lakes in Australia. 7 Physical Geography Facts: Ø Australia is the world smallest continent. Ø It is located in Oceania between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean. With a total Area of 7,686,850 square kilometers it is the sixth largest country in the World, So it is 31 times larger than Great Britain. Ø The Australian mainland has a total coastline length of 35,876 km with an additional 23,859 km of island coastlines. Ø Australia has 758 estuaries with most located in the tropical and sub-tropical zones. Ø Australia has an extensive Exclusive Economic Zone of 8,148,250 square kilometers. Appearance: Ø In…[show more]
Presentation1.178 Words / ~6 pages CBG Ladenburg 1. General information: From sixth to eleventh August 2011, thousands of rioters vandalized in several districsts of London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol and many other cities. They caused very much chaos and many police operations. The riots were called “BlackBerry riots” because the people were interconnecte­d with mobile phones and social networks. In total, over 3,100 people were arrested and 3433 crimes were committed these five days. Basically, similar to the Rodney King case in Los Angeles. 2. Why it happened - Police shooting of Mark Duggan: On 4th August 2011 the 29-year-old Mark Duggan was killed by a police officer in Tottenham. They wanted to arrest him because he was suspected of selling drugs. The British newspapers described him as a gangster and drug dealer. They also said that he shot at a police officer.…[show more]
Presentation1.324 Words / ~ pages Mörike Gymnasium Esslingen Jane Austen „It was the life of a background actor who had a look inside the core of the high society.“ This is how author Valerie Grosvenor Myer describes the situation of Jane Austen in her book „Jane Austen - a biography. This description seems to be a very good one, because Jane Austen´s novels are different from other publications of the time. Her books impress with a special power of observation. She describes her characters and their lives in impressive details. These characters-in­sight­s, out of the life of a certain class of population which was normally far away for many people, are narrated in Austen´s typical ironical style. I suggested Jane Austen as the topic of my presentation because I like this way of writing. Moreover the lessons her books teach us are timeless and can also be applied in our time. Now I want to start…[show more]
Presentation316 Words / ~1 page Fachoberschule für Sozialwesen Saarbrücken - FOS Presentation Abraham Lincoln Today I want to talk about the 16th President of America. He was born on 12th February in 1809 in Hardin County, Kentucky. About his Childhood: Lincoln was a son of a farmer family, his family wasnt very rich. He was the second of 3 kids. When he was young, he left his family and moved to Little Pigeon/Indian­a. Although he didnt get many lessons at school, because he had to work on the farm, he got a job as a merchants assistant. 1832 he enlisted as a volunteer in the army, took part against the nation of Chief Black Hawk Sank Indians, on the expedition. He could speak well, and was elected Captain. That strengthened his self-confiden­ce a lot. Even his Father had rejected slavery for the first time in 1837. He married Mary Todd and they both had four boys, but only one of whom lived to maturity. In 1958 Lincoln ran against…[show more]
Presentation520 Words / ~ pages Bertha von Suttner Schule Ettlingen L.A, the biggest city in the western of the USA. 7.2.13 Hello Mrs. Wurster Hello Mr. Hepperle I want to tell you something about my topic Los Angeles. I selected this topic because I think it is very interesting for everyone, because everybody has heard at least once of Los Angeles. Geography/Gen­eral knowledge: Los Angeles is on the west coast of the USA, and has an area of 1290 km². The center of Los Angeles is located in a hilly coastal region about 100 meters above the sea level.The west and the south of Los Angeles borders to the Santa Monica Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The flag of Los Angeles has third stripes green, yellow and red. In the middle is written that it was founded on 1781. Los Angeles is the second largest city in the United States after New York. The population of Los Angeles is 3.8 million. Also Los Angeles is the economic, commercial…[show more]
Presentation849 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Dresden Victoria, Melbourne, Great Ocean Road Victoria General Information - Today, I’d like to talk about Victoria, Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road - First, I’ll talk about Victoria - then we’ll take a closer look at Melbourne - and finally I’ll tell you something about the Great Ocean Road - Victoria is a state in the south-east of Australia - its Capital is Melbourne - Victoria is the smallest state on the mainland of Australia - but it’s Australia’s second-most populous state - it was named after Queen Victoria Flag & Emblem - in this picture you can see the Victorian flag - the Victorian flag is a variation of the Blue Ensign, which is a British flag - these stars are the stars of a constellation called the Southern Cross - which points to the directions of north, south, east and west and symbolizes protest - the crown stands for the representativ­e…[show more]





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