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Beitrag27.06.2010 um 11:33 (UTC)    
Titel: Dead Poets Society - Inhaltsangabe zu Kapitel 1-6

Hallo,
ich schreibe morgen eine Englischarbeit über die ersten 6 Kapitel von Dead Poets Society. Ich habe hierzu eine Inhaltsangabe verfasst, da ich denke, dass dies eine Aufgabe in der Arbeit sein wird. Könnte jemand mal bitte kurz drüberschauen und den Text verbessern? Vor allem in der Kommasetzung bin ich mir im Englischen nicht sehr sicher.

Hier ist der Text:
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Dead Poets Society – Summary Cap. 1-6

The story “Dead Poets Society”, written by Nancy H. Kleinbaum, is placed in 1959. It took place at the preparatory school Welton Academy which is an old boys elite school.
The story begin with a speech, spoken by the headmaster Dean Nolan, about the four pillars of the school. That are “discipline”, “honor”, “tradition” and “excellence”.
One of the new students at school is Todd Anderson.
During the first day, the boys get some extracurricular activities. Neil, a class mate of Todd, should do the school annual but his father has the opinion that Neil takes too many extracurricular activities, so he forbid him to do the annual.
The teachers at Welton are very strict expect for the new English teacher Mr. John Keating. His lessons impress the students. He teach them “Carpe Diem” which means “Seize the day”.
One day, Knox, another class mate, is invited to an eating from a friend of his father. There he sees the very good-looking girl Chris and he fell in love with her but she has already a boyfriend, the son of the friend of his father.
At last, Neil found an old school annual with an article about Mr. Keating. He was at Welton, too, and at his time he was a good pupil and a member of a club called “Dead Poets Society” which is a secret underground organization. Mr. Keating says that they read out poems in a cave near to the school and the aim is to “sucking the marrow out of life”. The boys decide to meet in the cave, too.


Vielen Dank schon mal!
mfg max
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Beitrag27.06.2010 um 19:44 (UTC)    
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Moin!
Okay, jetzt mal ein kleiner Beitrag, Student hilft Schüler...
Inhaltlich kann ich gar nichts dazu sagen, irgendwie war Dead Poets Society nie ein Thema bei uns im Englischunterricht. Deswegen mache ich mal reine Grammatik. Grundsätzlich ist der Text schon sehr gut, ich habe wenig ändern müssen, die Kommaregeln habe ich selbst nicht mehr so gut drauf, in dem Fall entschied mein Bauchgefühl (du machst konsequent keine Kommas vor "which", schaue bitte in deiner Grammatik nochmal nach, wie es ist. Ich habe da jetzt Kommas vor gesetzt.) Wenn ich die Vokabeln geändert habe, dann habe ich angegeben, warum. Schaue am besten nochmal kurz ins Wörterbuch.

Zitat:
Dead Poets Society – Summary Cap. 1-6

The story “Dead Poets Society”, written by Nancy H. Kleinbaum, is placed in 1959. It took place at the preparatory school Welton Academy, which is an old boys elite school.
The story begin with a speech, spoken by the headmaster Dean Nolan, about the four pillars of the school. They are “discipline”, “honor”, “tradition” and “excellence”.
One of the new students at school is Todd Anderson.
During the first day, the boys get some extracurricular activities. Neil, a class mate of Todd, should do the school annual, but in his father's opinion, Neil takes too many extracurricular activities, so he forbid him to do the annual.
The teachers at Welton are very strict, with the exception of the new English teacher, Mr. John Keating. His lessons impress the students. He teaches them “Carpe Diem”, which means “Seize the day”.
One day, Knox, another class mate, is invited to a meal (eating als Einzelwort kenne ich nicht)from a friend of his father. There he get to know(to see so. =jemanden besuchen) the very good-looking girl Chris and he fell in love with her, but she has already a boyfriend, the son of the friend of his father.
At last, Neil found an old school annual with an article about Mr. Keating. He was at Welton, too, and at his time he was a good student (pupil=Schulkind also jüngere Schüler, ältere Schüler bezeichnet man als student)and a member of a club called “Dead Poets Society”, which is a secret underground organization. Mr. Keating explains (klingt besser) that they read out poems, in a cave near to the school and the aim is to “sucking the marrow out of life”. The boys decide to meet in the cave, too.

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Gruß
Andres



Zuletzt bearbeitet von die-freien-soeldner-zu-oldenburg am 27.06.2010, 20:46, insgesamt 2-mal bearbeitet
Beitrag28.06.2010 um 11:22 (UTC)    
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OK vielen Dank Smile du hast mir echt geholfen Wink
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Beitrag28.06.2010 um 13:30 (UTC)    
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Freut mich, dass es dir geholfen hat Very Happy
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Gruß
Andres

Beitrag28.06.2010 um 17:35 (UTC)    
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Nicht vergessen:

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He, she, it, das s muss mit!!!

In deinem Text sind diesbezüglich einige Fehler!
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Gruß,
Modgar



Zuletzt bearbeitet von der-pott am 28.06.2010, 18:35, insgesamt einmal bearbeitet
Beitrag28.06.2010 um 17:56 (UTC)    
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Hast Recht, da sind noch ein paar Fehler drin. Das liegt vor allem daran, dass hier verschiedene Zeiten drin sind, ein paar Sachen sind in present, andere in den past Formen verfasst... Ich überleg grad, war Summary nicht immer in simple present gehalten? Boah ist wirklich zu lange her, dass ich in der Schule noch kostenlose Bildung erhielt und sowas mal nachfragen konnte...
Naja ich habe mal das ganze zeitlich geglättet, nur die Vergangenheit des Lehrers ist jetzt in Vergangenheitsform:
Zitat:

Dead Poets Society – Summary Cap. 1-6

The story “Dead Poets Society”, written by Nancy H. Kleinbaum, is placed in 1959. It zakes place at the preparatory school Welton Academy, which is an old boys elite school.
The story begins with a speech, spoken by the headmaster Dean Nolan, about the four pillars of the school. They are “discipline”, “honor”, “tradition” and “excellence”.
One of the new students at school is Todd Anderson.
During the first day, the boys get some extracurricular activities. Neil, a class mate of Todd, has/wants(ist es freiwillig?) to do the school annual, but in his father's opinion, Neil takes too many extracurricular activities, so he forbids him to do the annual.
The teachers at Welton are very strict, with the exception of the new English teacher, Mr. John Keating. His lessons impresses the students. He teaches them “Carpe Diem”, which means “Seize the day”.
One day, Knox, another class mate, is invited to a meal from a friend of his father. There he gets to know the very good-looking girl Chris and he falls in love with her, but she has already a boyfriend, the son of the friend of his father.
At last, Neil finds an old school annual with an article about Mr. Keating. He was at Welton, too, and at his time he was a good student and a member of a club called “Dead Poets Society”, which is a secret underground organization. Mr. Keating explains that they read out poems, in a cave near to the school and the aim is to “sucking the marrow out of life”. The boys decide to meet in the cave, too.

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Gruß
Andres

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