Headergrafik Startseite in Farbe
ExtLink Zum Kultusportal | ExtLink Zum Landesbildungsserver | ExtLink Zum Landesmedienzentrum    Seite drucken 

Druckansicht von http://lehrerfortbildung-bw.de/faecher/englisch/gym/nm/www/plagiat_finden.htm, Stand 26. May. 2016

Landesakademie für Fortbildung und Personalwentwicklung an Schulen
LehrerInnen Fortbildungs-Server
Sie sind hier: > Startseite > Fächer > Englisch > Gymnasium > Neue Medien im Englischunterricht


zurück zur Übersicht

Medienkompetenz: Plagiate vermeiden
  1. Kurze Vorstellung von Materialien zu einer Unterrichtseinheit "Plagiate vermeiden, richtig paraphrasieren und zitieren" 
  2. Vorstellung der Möglichkeiten des Auffindens von Plagiaten
  3. Plagiaten auf der Spur 
Plagiaten auf der Spur: [PDF]
Aufgabe 1
"...The laws were changed in 1863 (Emancipation Proclamation) and the slavery was officially forbidden, but in the reality it existed. The slaves were allowed to vote (not in all states). There were Civil Rights Movements, which were against the slavery. One leader of this Movements was Abraham Lincoln, who discharged all slaves (while the Civil Rights War). The blacks had to visit other school, restaurants, hotels and washrooms than the whites. Later, in 1929 was one man born, who was a famous man in the history of the USA: Martin Luther King. In 1955 did Mrs Rosa Parks, a black woman, an important thing: she didn’t stand up for a white man in the bus. Mrs Rosa Parks was the reason for a boycott of a lot of black bus-drivers in Montgomery/Alabama. ..." 
  • Finden Sie die Quelle dieser Schülerarbeit zum Thema "Martin Luther King". 
  • Tipp: Geben Sie einfach einen längeren Abschnitt dieses Texts in die Adresszeile des Browsers oder als Phrase ("....") in die Suchmaske der Suchmaschine (z.B. Google) ein.
Aufgabe 2
The optimistic and the pessimistic view of man
  • man and all Creation was made up of the four elements
  • a disturbed balance of the elements led to illness in the mind and soul
  • the elements could take control over man’s reason and encourage him to live sinfully --> unhappiness in life --> eternal damnation
  • struggle between reason and immoderate passion (man is not able to choose) = important motif in Shakespeare’s work
  • ability to appreciate the beauty and order of Nature despite pessimistic views
  • contradictory concepts of the Earth and man’s position in Nature: 
    1st:the Renaissance idea of man’s dignity and definite place in the universe
    2nd: medieval idea of a weak and sinful man (Adam’s fall)
  • hypothesis of sun-centred universe was not believed in
  • later: growing scepticism about the order of the universe, the harmony of society and the ability of man to act rationally
  • Auf welcher Webseite finden SchülerInnen diese Struktur für ein Referat zum Thema "The Elizabethan View of the World"?
Aufgabe 3
Renewable energy 

Fossil fuels are nonrenewable, they draw on finite resources that will eventually becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. Renewable energy resources (wind and solar energy) are will never run out. Most renewable energy comes from the sun.  Solar energy can be used for heating and lighting homes and other buildings, for generating electricity, and for hot water heating, solar cooling. The winds energy is captured with wind turbines.  Sunlight also causes plants to grow, and the organic matter that makes up those plants is known as biomass. Biomass can be used to produce electricity, transportation fuels, or chemicals. The use of biomass is called bioenergy. But not all renewable energy resources come from the sun. Geothermal energy taps the Earth's internal heat for electric power production and the heating and cooling of buildings. And the energy of the ocean's tides comes from the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun. 
  • Aus welchem Hausarbeitenarchiv stammt dieser Text ?
Aufgabe 4
A long way to freedom

The so-called Underground Railroad was the name of a system which helped slaves in their escape to the Northern States, Canada,Texas, Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. The UGRR was neither in the underground nor was it a railroad, but a secret network of safe houses, called stations, and antislavery supporters, who were people from different kinds of races and all walks of life. Although the UGRR was never formally organised, it consisted of 3,2000 members, who helped tens of thousands of slaves to escape to freedom. Even people who simply offered food or clothes were considered part of this complex system.
  • Suchen Sie den vollständigen Text dieser Schülerarbeit.
zurück zur Übersicht

Inhalt Fortbildungen


Quelle: SXC

Weitere Englisch-Seiten 
auf diesem Server:  
Englisch-Seiten der 
Beruflichen Schulen
Englisch-Seiten der 
Externer Linktipp
Linkliste Englisch:
Englisch-Themen auf dem 
Fachportal Englisch bei 

Zum Seitenanfang         Startseite | Impressum | © Copyright |

Zuständiger Redakteur: Rochus Frericks, frericks@lehrerfortbildung-bw.de
© Landesakademie für Fortbildung und Personalentwicklung an Schulen, für diese Seite gilt http://lehrerfortbildung-bw.de/impressum/copyright/urheber_standard.html
Letzte Änderung: 04.03.2005