Englisch & Sport am Gymnasium ... und ein bisschen Tango

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HW Linking Expressions

Go to Floe-Joe and do all four exercises.

HW Titles & Introductions

Go to this page and brow­se through the topics to get an impres­si­on of what kind of topics we alrea­dy had in the past. 

HW The Paragraph

Watch the fol­lowing video care­ful­ly until 6:30 (in the rest of the video he gives and exp­lains an example): 

Write about 200 to 250 words.

… lau­tet die Anwei­sung im baye­ri­schen Abitur für den Com­po­si­ti­on. Schau­en wir uns mal an, wie so ein Auf­satz aus­sieht. Neh­men wir das ers­te The­ma des Abitur 2015/I: „Gro­wing migra­ti­on to urban are­as in the 21st cen­tu­ry: dis­cuss the impli­ca­ti­ons for rural communities.“

My Gizmo

In unse­rem Eng­lisch­buch für die 10. Klas­se ist ein Aus­zug aus Alan Ayck­bourns Stück „Giz­mo“. Aus die­sem Grund lau­te­te eine Auf­ga­be in der Schulaufgabe:

Ima­gi­ne you are an inven­tor and can invent any ‘giz­mo’ you like. What would you crea­te? Think of an inte­res­ting / sui­ta­ble name and descri­be what you could do with your giz­mo, how it would work and why it would be a gre­at inven­ti­on. Wri­te about 250 words.

Ich mag sol­che Auf­ga­ben­stel­lun­gen, weil man lau­ter unter­schied­li­che Text bekommt und nicht (wie sonst so häu­fig) x‑mal den mehr oder weni­ger den­sel­ben Text. Auch dies­mal hat­ten mei­ne Schü­ler wie­der schö­ne Ideen:

A Day for All (M)others

Abitur 2014/I Topic 1: “Mother’s Day should be abolis­hed. Do you agree?” Von Kai Zenk.

Not only last year, also the year befo­re I reg­rett­ab­ly for­got Mother’s Day. Surely I was merely one out of many. When have YOU last remem­be­red Mother’s Day? Alrea­dy a few years ago? Don’t be asha­med, you are not alo­ne. Should­n’t Mother’s Day be abolished?


The revi­si­on must be done auto­ma­ti­cal­ly for the next lesson.

All mar­ked words / pas­sa­ges must be care­ful­ly revised.

HW Clarity’s a‑coming!

Watch the fol­lowing video: 

Running Late

… war der Titel des dies­jäh­ri­gen lite­ra­ri­schen Abitur-Tex­tes (zip). Das drit­te Com­po­si­ti­on-The­ma lau­te­te: „What might hap­pen next? Con­ti­nue tel­ling the story.“

Hier die tol­le Fort­set­zung mei­ner Schü­le­rin Cari­na Urban (Klick zum Vergrößern):

Good Childhood Opens All Doors

Abitur 2013 Text I Com­po­si­ti­on Topic 1: Does social sta­tus affect a person’s opti­ons? Discuss.

Von Kon­rad Heidler

Good Childhood Opens All Doors

You have pro­bab­ly seen “Slum­dog Mil­lion­aire”, a movie about a young Indian who grew up in the slums of Mum­bai but then made a for­tu­ne on a TV quiz show. It is a gre­at examp­le of a per­son with litt­le to no edu­ca­ti­on suc­cee­ding in life. Sad­ly, rea­li­ty is dif­fe­rent in most cases. In real life, your future is deter­mi­ned by your social sta­tus from a very ear­ly age on.

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