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Big Mouth & Ugly Girl
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Dieses Unterrichtsmodell bezieht sich auf folgende Textausgabe: Ernst Klett Sprachen, ISBN: 978-3-12-577780-4Im Klima der Hysterie, das nach den Massakern von Columbine und an anderen US Highschools in den USA herrscht, gerät der 16-jährige Matt Donaghy nach der flapsigen, als Witz gemeinten Bemerkung, er würde seine Schule in die Luft sprengen, in die Mühlen der Justiz. Während ihn alle seine bisherigen Freunde im Stich lassen, unterstützt ihn die gleichaltrige Ursula Riggs, Einzelgängerin und Basketballstar ihrer Schule. Die beginnende, ungewöhnliche Freundschaft der beiden muss dabei eine Vielzahl von Widrigkeiten und Feindseligkeiten überstehen.Joyce Carol Oates erster Roman für junge Erwachsene, erschienen im Jahre 2002, ist von ungebrochener Aktualität, zumal es seit seinem Erscheinen in Winnenden und Erfurt auch in Deutschland bis dahin kaum für möglich gehaltene Schulmassaker gegeben hat. Die ebenfalls im Buch thematisierten Aspekte wie (wahre) Freundschaft und erste Liebe sind für Schülerinnen und Schüler dauerhaft von hoher Relevanz.Oates Roman ist geeignet als Schullektüre der Jahrgangsstufen 10 und 11. Dieses Unterrichtsmodell liefert einen praxisorientierten Leitfaden zur Behandlung im Unterricht.Contents:Die Personen - Der Inhalt - The Author - Vorüberlegungen zum Einsatz des Romans im Unterricht - Klausuren - Konzeption des Unterrichtsmodells - AnhangComponent 1: January - Suspicion and Responsibility: The protagonists - Small town hysteria after the Columbine massacre and causes of teenage violence - Characterization and point of view - Civil courage - Further means of characterization - Teenagers living in suburbiaComponent 2: February - On the Road to Depression: Coping with emotions - Reverend Brewer and the religious right in the USAComponent 3: March - Friendship Against All Odds: The dictatorship of hormones - Sleepless in Rocky River: a phone-in - Jocks and other meanies - Suburban parents - The first "I love you"Component 4: April - New Identities: A novel of initiation - Evaluation

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Animal Idioms and their Use in Foreign Language...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,7, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: Idioms are quite pleasant and fascinating linguistic phenomena to me. I connect idioms to a creative and competent use of language. Therefore, I can still remember the first idiom I learnt at school: It's raining cats and dogs. At that time, it was just a funny gimmick during the English lesson. Today the study of English opens new vistas to this. Why isn't it raining fish? Or one could as: Why isn't it raining cats and dogs in Germany, but 'Bindfäden' (twines)?In this presentation I want to engage in the field of idiomatic expressions containing animal names. As this group is unmanageably wide, I will concentrate on phraseological units that are connected to cats and dogs. After having given a short general linguistic overview of the field concerning idioms, I will concentrate on the possibilities of using idioms in primary class. I will not only give arguments for it but also present material one could use in class.

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The play within the play: Ovid's 'Metamorphoses...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Erfurt, 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: '[By Reading Ovid's Metamorphoses, the Elizabethans could](...) dig beneath its layers of fiction in an effort to recover the most precious secrets of the ancient world, whether moral, philosophical, historical, or scientific.' It is beyond all doubt, that the great poetry of Ovid (43 BC - 17 AD) had a strong influence on William Shakespeare's work. Understandably enough, as Ovid's work is a classical masterpiece of Latin literature. It fascinates with its formal perfection, urban humour and Ovid's creative fantasy. His outstanding opus is of course the Metamorphoses, the magnificent epic poem containing about 250 transformation legends of Greek and Roman mythology. Ovid's interests in myths show also the heroides, which include fictitious love letters. Love - this is undoubtedly a central theme in Ovid's literature. His writings Amores, Ars amatoria and Remedia amoris display that. Although Ovid's literature was banished from public libraries by emperor Augustus after the poet's death, his posthumous fame could not be prevented - fortunately. Ovid's work had a great influence on medieval literature and during renaissance his mythological stories had been example for many novellas . The role of Ovid's greatest opus, the Metamorphoses in Shakespeare's work, especially in his comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream, is going to be discussed in this paper. At first the focus lies on Ovidian literature in Elizabethan times. Then, the parody of Pyramus and Thisbe in A Midsummer Night's Dream will be analysed. A special kind of metamorphosis - the one of Bottom brings up the third main emphasis. By the way - what is a metamorphosis? It is said to be a process in which somebody or something changes completely into something different - for example a caterpillar that becomes a beautiful butterfly...

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The speech act of apology in an American soap o...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt (Philosophische Fakultät), course: Sprachstruktur und Sprachgebrauch II, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Across all languages there are more or less conventionalized linguistic means to be found, e.g. to form a question, make a request, express gratitude or utter an apology. The crucial question is how these conventions look, what kind of language behavior is adequate in a certain situation and if it is understood in the context; these conventions differ interculturally. The speech act theory, whose pioneer is clearly John Austin (1955 'How to do things with words'), is an adequate approach to gain a deep insight in speech acts like greeting, promising or apologizing. This paper deals with the speech act set of apology. Apologies are clearly performative and expressive. They establish and maintain social contacts. All speakers of a language know certain patterns of speech act sequences, i.e. they know what has to follow after an apology and what is inappropriate. The ability to apply these patterns constitutes a part of communicative competence. In my paper I will focus on apologies made in an American soap opera, trying to find out the structure of this speech act also considering factors like social relationships and afterwards compare it to the dubbed German version. The aim of this paper is to draw a conclusion on whether cultural factors play a significant role for the translated edition and if the genuine is a prime example for this culture.

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Case Study: Regulation of Electric Power in Ger...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - Micro-economics, grade: 1,7, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: Table of Content1. Introduction 2. Historical background 2.1 History of Energy supply 3. European Perspective 4. Current Situation 5. Why Regulation is needed 6. Liberalisation 6.1 Legal background of liberalization 6.1.1 European Single Market policy 96/92/EG 6.1.2 European Single Market policy 200/54/EG 7. Regulation 7.1 Cost-based Regulation 7.2 Why changing it to incentive regulation 8. Incentive Regulation 9. Conclusion 10. References Regulation of Electric Power in Germany1. IntroductionThe electricity market in Germany was faced with loads of changes since the 19th century, when it all began due to Werner von Siemens (and among others) and his first electric generator. But soon electricity became a public good and the governments realized, that it needed to be provided to every citizen. Therefore many different systems, regulations and deregulations were implemented over time. After a historical overview and a European perspective on the electricity market, we present you the Liberalization process and its cost-based regulation and, as a last point, the change to incentive regulation.2. Historical background2.1 The History of Energy Supply in GermanyWith the first street light in Berlin in 1884 the history of public energy supply in Germany begun. Following the example of Berlin and other cities in the world, in the next decades other German cities developed an urbanized network of several power stations. Already at the beginning of the 20th century there was laid out the first long-distance cable and there were several German power stations which offered a cheaper price for power at night for consistent capacity utilization. In 1938 the German Energy Industry Act mandated the electricity supply under the supervision of the German Reich, therefore the National Commissioner was then responsible for the price and introduced the first basic fee. Quick after World War II the biggest electricity suppliers reached again the pre-war level, but in 1954 the separation of the electricity grid network of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) was conducted and still inflicts some problems today. After that, the first German nuclear power plant 'Grunremmingen A' (1966) started supplying electricity to the grid. In 1974...

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An analysis of Ernest Hemingway's  'Hills like ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt, course: The American Short Story, language: English, abstract: Can the reader of 'Hills like White Elephants' experience the success of the male character, known as 'the American', or the triumph of Jig, the female character, at the end of the story? The argument of the American couple waiting at a junction between Barcelona and Madrid represents the centre of Ernest Hemingway's short story. Heming-way published this short story as part of the story collection 'Men without Women' in 1927 (ANONYMOUS, 1996). Therefore, it can be assumed that the setting of the story is also conceived for the 1920ies. It is never directly mentioned that both discuss the abortion of their unborn child, although it becomes clear through implications within the text. Whereas the man tries to convince her in a manipulating manner to undergo surgery, she dreams of a future with the child (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 249ff). LAMB even states that: 'Much of the conversation is so obscure that on the literal level it can be comprehended only in light of the entire story' (LAMB, 1996: 469). Sev-eral metaphors, images and other literary devices, such as the simile being present in the title and in its several repetitions in the story, add to the reader's perception of the shown conflict. Apparently, the male character represents the dominant part in the relationship and the successful one in the conversation. As the girl states 'But I don't care about me. And I'll do it and then everything will be fine' (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 251) after being talked at by her boyfriend, it seems that she gives up and sac-rifices her wishes. However, scholars discuss whether the American or the girl can force their individual points in the end. The aim of this research paper is to examine this question. An analysis of the structure of the

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Hanif Kureishi's 'The Buddha of Suburbia' and t...
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Erfurt (Literaturwissenschaft), course: Multicultural Britain: Class & Ethnicity in Recent Fiction, language: English, abstract: I am interested to find out within Hanif Kureishi's 'The Buddha of Suburbia' if Kureishi made racism a topic in the novel and if it is intended or if he might think along different lines. To find an answer to these questions I will start with a definition of racism. Therefore, a short look into the history of the term will lead us to the current understanding of racism and the topics connected to it. When the understanding of racism within the bound of this work is defined, the work on the novel starts and I will quote different passages where racism becomes obvious. The third part of this work examines if Kureishi intended to write about racism or if it happened unintended. To find an answer for this part I will focus on Kureishi's biography to find probable parallels, and at the society in London at the time, as well as the politics. After these three steps a conclusion will be drawn to answer the question of the beginning.

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Financialization. The power of the financial ma...
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: 2.3, University of Erfurt, course: International Relations, language: English, abstract: Finacialization is a process by which financial markets, financial institutions and its actors have gained a major influence, or indeed Hegemony, over economic policies, economic outcomes, and the social field. It mainly impacts the behavior between financial sector and real sector, promoting the first, through numerous phenomena: Deregulation of the financial sector and the development of new instruments, capital flow liberalization as well as exchange rate instability, the emergence of new powerful institutional investors, shareholder-Value-orientation and changes in the enterprises' corporate governance, an easier access to credits for the underbanked social groups, a higher level of real interest rate in comparison to the post-war period. Income transfer from the real sector to the financial sector as well as an increased debt, increasing income inequality and wage stagnation are among financialization's consequences. Additionally, the financial process operates through changes in the operation of financial markets as well as in the behavior of non-financial corporations, and through changes in economic policy. But where does this financialization process come from? We can argue that its roots are to be traced back in the U.S. after the collapse of the Fordist compromise in the early 1970s, but it clearly develops throughout the 1980s and 1990s. On the other hand some intellectuals argue that it has been brought by the emergence of Neoliberalism at the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s, which, by advocating free trade, deregulation, liberal economy, privatization as well as an overall reduction in government control of the economy, set the stage for Financialization's growth.

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An analysis of Ernest Hemingway's  'Hills like ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt, course: The American Short Story, language: English, abstract: Can the reader of 'Hills like White Elephants' experience the success of the male character, known as 'the American', or the triumph of Jig, the female character, at the end of the story? The argument of the American couple waiting at a junction between Barcelona and Madrid represents the centre of Ernest Hemingway's short story. Heming-way published this short story as part of the story collection 'Men without Women' in 1927 (ANONYMOUS, 1996). Therefore, it can be assumed that the setting of the story is also conceived for the 1920ies. It is never directly mentioned that both discuss the abortion of their unborn child, although it becomes clear through implications within the text. Whereas the man tries to convince her in a manipulating manner to undergo surgery, she dreams of a future with the child (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 249ff). LAMB even states that: 'Much of the conversation is so obscure that on the literal level it can be comprehended only in light of the entire story' (LAMB, 1996: 469). Sev-eral metaphors, images and other literary devices, such as the simile being present in the title and in its several repetitions in the story, add to the reader's perception of the shown conflict. Apparently, the male character represents the dominant part in the relationship and the successful one in the conversation. As the girl states 'But I don't care about me. And I'll do it and then everything will be fine' (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 251) after being talked at by her boyfriend, it seems that she gives up and sac-rifices her wishes. However, scholars discuss whether the American or the girl can force their individual points in the end. The aim of this research paper is to examine this question. An analysis of the structure of the

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