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Unit 5

Unit 5  –  Success stories Online-Link 5w499d

vorschläge
Kürzungs­

Übungen
Berufsfeldübergreifende Kompetenzen

des WB
Übungen
Kommunikationssituationen ([R]ezeption, [P]roduktion,
des SB
und Sprachhandlungen [I]nteraktion und [M]ediation)

Check-in Beschreiben des eigenen Um- [R]: die Informationen eines


1  ex. A–C ex. C felds; Planen und Durchfüh- Textes (newspaper article) mög-
ren von Aktivitäten im In- und lichst vollständig erfassen;
Ausland; Informationen über [M]: Übertragen von Texten
Arbeitsmöglichkeiten verglei- jeder Art von einer Sprache
chen in die andere
Training Beschreiben des eigenen Um- [R]: die Informationen eines WB
2  ex. A–E ex. D felds; Vergleichen von Leben Textes (magazine article, inter- ex.
3  ex. A–D und Arbeiten; Strukturen des view) möglichst vollständig er- 1–4
Abeitsmarktes beschreiben; fassen; [P]: Gesprächsergeb-
mündlich im privaten Bereich nisse sammeln und geordnet
kommunizieren darstellen; [I]: Gespräche über
persönliche Themen
More [P]: Erstellen von schriftlichen WB
please! Mitteilungen aller Art ex.
4  ex. A–G 5–7
Check-out Kontakte aufnehmen und [P]: Erstellen von schriftlichen WB
5  ex. A–B ex. B pflegen; auf alltägliche Fragen Mitteilungen aller Art (chat, suc- ex. 8
antworten cess story)
Video ex. 9
lounge

Check-in Seite 60f.

1  A new life  SB Seite 60f. 1.18

A  Read about Lukasz and answer the questions.


Die S erschließen den kurzen Text selbstständig, ggf. mithilfe des unitbegleitenden Vocabulary, SB Seite
135/136. Sie beantworten die vier Fragen in vollständigen Sätzen, möglich als vorbereitende Hausauf­
gabe.
Lösung:
1 He was born in Poland.
2 He moved to England in 2005. He lives in Danbury.
3 He worked first as a plumber.
4 Three years ago he started his own small building firm.

B  The article on the left is from the local newspaper in Danbury. Look at it now and find …
Imitative Verwendung des present perfect/Kontrastierung for und since.
Die S lesen den Artikel und finden die beiden Belegstellen für das present perfect. Die selbstständige
Produktion der neuen Zeitform erfolgt erstmals auf SB Seite 63, ex. C.
Möglicher Tafelanschrieb:
i
s nce = Zeitpunkt !
for = Zeitspanne

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Lösung:
Lukasz has lived in Danbury since 2005.
He has had his building firm for three years.

C  Your friend wants to know about the article but (s)he doesn’t speak English. …
Sprachmittlung Englisch-Deutsch. L erinnert daran, dass es dabei nicht um eine wörtliche, sondern
um eine sinngemäße Übertragung geht und um die Reduktion auf das Wesentliche.
Lösungsvorschlag: 
In dem Artikel geht es um die Erfolgsgeschichte von Lukasz Nowak. Lukasz – oder Lucas, wie ihn in
Danbury, England, jetzt alle nennen – kommt ursprünglich aus Polen. 2005 ging er nach England,
um Geld zu verdienen, und vor drei Jahren gründete er seine eigene (kleine) Baufirma. Ursprünglich
wollte er nur ein oder zwei Jahre bleiben, aber jetzt fühlt er sich so wohl, dass er in Danbury bleiben
möchte.

Training Seite 62–65

2  A magazine article  SB Seite 62f. 1.19


A  Read this magazine article about a famous British chef. Find out …
Jamie Olivers etwas andere Kochsendungen sind inzwischen auch aus dem deutschen Fernsehen
bekannt. L schreibt Jamie Oliver als stummen Impuls an die Tafel und ruft das Vorwissen der S ab.
Erstes Lesen:  Die S lesen den Zeitschriftenartikel jede/r still für sich und versuchen dabei, die neuen
Wörter, vgl. SB Seite 135/136, aus dem Zusammenhang zu erschließen.
Arbeitsteilige Alternative (Binnendifferenzierung):  Multiple-Choice-Aufgaben fallen den S meist leich-
ter als das Beantworten von Auswertungsfragen in ganzen Sätzen. Entsprechend können leistungs-
stärkere S ex. A bearbeiten, während leistungsschwächere S sich auf ex. B konzentrieren.
Lösung:
1 School was hard for Jamie because he’s dyslexic.
2 They are chefs in one of Jamie’s restaurants.
3 That’s his wife Juliette, ‘Jools’.

B  Which is right? Note down a, b or c.


Lösung:
1–c  Jamie Oliver was born in the south-east of England.
2–b  He first worked in a kitchen in his parents’ pub.
3–a  Jamie trained to be a chef in London.
4–c  He was first on TV in 1998.
5–c  Jamie trained 15 unemployed young people for his Fifteen restaurant in London.
6–b  Jamie now has Fifteen restaurants in three countries.
7–c  Jamie first met his wife at school and they have four children.

C  Finish the How long …? sentences about Jamie.


Bewusstmachung der Kontrastierung von simple past und present perfect.
Möglicher Tafelanschrieb:

  2000 now

Jamie married He has been married


Jools in 2000. to Jools since 2000/
for over 13 years.
Lösung:
1 He has worked as a chef since 1992.
2 He has been famous since 1998.

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3 He has had a Fifteen restaurant in London since 2002.


4 He has had a Fifteen restaurant in Australia for XY years. (je nach aktueller Jahreszahl; seit 2006)
5 He has been married to Jools for XY years. (je nach aktueller Jahreszahl; seit 2000)

D  Ask and answer questions with a partner like those on the right.
Alternative: Auch möglich als S-S-Kette; die S rufen sich gegenseitig durch Zuwerfen eines Softballs Softball o. Ä.
auf.
Lösungsvorschlag:
How long has Jamie Oliver worked as a chef? – He has worked as a chef since 1992.
How long has he been famous? – He has been famous since 1998.
How long has he been married to Jools? – He has been married to her since 2000.
How long has he had a Fifteen restaurant in Australia? – He has had a Fifteen restaurant there since 2006.

E  Can you give the missing forms? WB ex. 1–4

Die Grammar box  Das present perfect fasst die neue Struktur noch einmal zusammen.
Lösung:
he/she/it has worked
we/you/they have worked

3  We have our own firm!  SB Seite 64f.


A  Read about Kate, Annie and Ruth.
Die S erschließen den einleitenden Text, der auf die nachfolgende Hörverstehensaufgabe vorberei-
tet, jede/r still für sich. Zügiges Abrufen der Ergebnisse im Plenum; danach direkter Übergang zum
Hörverstehen in ex. B.
Lösung:
1 They live in Danbury in England.
2 They were all students at Danbury FE college.
3 After college, they started their own firm in the town.
4 It organises parties for schools, local firms and local kids.

B  A reporter from the Danbury newspaper is interviewing Kate, Annie and Ruth about their firm. … 1.20

L entscheidet, ob die S als Kate, Annie und Ruth antworten (also in der 1. Person Singular/Plural)
oder als außenstehende Dritte (also in der 3. Person Singular/Plural).
Arbeitsteilige Alternative (Binnendifferenzierung):  Die sechs Fragen können unter den S aufgeteilt
werden. Die Fragen 2, 4 und 5 erfordern längere Antworten und gehen daher an leistungsstärkere S,
bei den Fragen 1, 3 und 6 genügt meist eine Zahl/Zeitangabe, sie eignen sich daher für schwächere S.
Lösung:
1 We’re all 23./They’re all 23.
2 Kate was on a business course. Annie was on an electronics course. Ruth was on a cookery course.
3 We’ve had our firm for five years./They’ve had their firm for five years.
4 Kate is the ‘businesswoman’ in the firm. (She organises the parties, talks to the customers, looks after the
money and so on.) Annie is the DJ, the disk jockey. (She plays the music at the parties.) Ruth cooks the food for
the parties.
5 At first, they didn’t have an office and they didn’t have a kitchen. They worked in Kate’s parents’ house. It was
a bit small, but it was OK. Kate’s parents were great and they helped them a lot.
6 They’ve been there for two years now.
Alternative (Binnendifferenzierung):  Kopiervorlage 6 Questions for Kate, Annie and Ruth bietet eine Aus- Kopiervorlage 6
wertung des Hörtextes auf einfacherem Niveau (Multiple Choice). (auch auf Service-
CD-ROM für L)
KV 6 – Lösung:  1–b  23.  2–b  She was on a business course.  3–c  She was on an electronics course. 
4–a  She was on a cookery course.  5–c  They’ve had their firm for five years.  6–c  She’s the ‘businesswoman’. 

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7–b  She’s the DJ, the disk jockey.  8–a  She cooks the food for the parties.  9–a  At first, they had no office and
no kitchen. They worked in Kate’s parents’ house.  10–c  They’ve been there for two years now.
Hörtext
Reporter:  Kate, Annie, Ruth, hi. I’m Mike from the Danbury News. Thanks very much for this interview.
Women:  Hi. No problem. You’re welcome.
Reporter:  Great. OK, can I ask you first: how old are you?
Kate:  We’re all 23.
Reporter:  You were all friends at Danbury FE College, is that right?
Annie:  Yes, that’s right.
Reporter:  What courses were you on at college? Kate?
Kate:  I was on a business course.
Reporter:  Were you on a business course too, Annie?
Annie:  No, I was on an electronics course.
Reporter:  And you, Ruth?
Ruth:  I was on a cookery course. I wanted to be a chef.
Reporter:  And now you have the firm PartyPeople together. How long have you had the firm?
Annie:  Well, we started the firm when we left college, when we were 18. So we’ve had the firm now for five
years.
Reporter:  What do you all do in the firm? What’s your job, Kate?
Kate:  I was on a business course at college, so I’m the ‘businesswoman’ in the firm. I organise the parties,
talk to our customers, look after the money and so on.
Reporter:  Right. And what about you, Annie?
Annie:  I’m the DJ, the disk jockey. I play the music at the parties.
Reporter:  And you, Ruth?
Ruth:  Well, I was on a cookery course. I cook the food for our parties.
Reporter:  How did you start the firm? I mean, where did you cook the food and so on at first?
Kate:  At first, we didn’t have an office and we didn’t have a kitchen. We worked in my parents’ house. It
was a bit small, but it was OK. My parents were great and they helped us a lot.
Reporter:  But you have an office and a kitchen now?
Ruth:  We use an old pizzeria in the town. We cook the food in the kitchen and the restaurant is our office.
Reporter:  How long have you been there, in the old pizzeria, I mean?
Annie:  We’ve been there for two years now.
Reporter:  OK, that’s all. Thanks again.

C  You’re the reporter now. Finish your article about Kate, Annie and Ruth.
Es empfiehlt sich, die S den gesamten Text abschreiben zu lassen, nicht nur die Lösungswörter.
Lösung:
Kate, Annie and Ruth are now (1) 23 years old. They were all friends and students at (2) Danbury FE college.
Kate was on a (3) business course, Annie on an (4) electronics course and Ruth wanted to be a (5) chef. When
they left college, they started their firm, PartyPeople. They have had the firm now for (6) five years.
The three women all have different jobs in the company. (7) Kate is the ‘businesswoman’, (8) Annie is the disk
jockey who plays the music, and (9) Ruth cooks all the food for the parties.
PartyPeople is very successful now. But it was small when it started. At first, Kate, Annie and Ruth organised the
parties and cooked the food in Kate’s (10) parents’ house. Now the three women use an old pizzeria in Danbury.
They cook the food in the kitchen and the (11) restaurant is their office. They have been in the pizzeria for (12)
two years.

D  Interview your partner.


1 Die S übernehmen die Tabelle ins Heft und beantworten die Fragen auf sich bezogen.
2 In Partnerarbeit stellen die S einander die Fragen in der Tabelle. Sie notieren die Antworten des
Partners/der Partnerin in Stichpunkten in ihrer Tabelle.
3 Die S versprachlichen die Ergebnisse ihrer Befragung in mindestens fünf Sätzen. L kann die S mit
Satzstrukturhilfen unterstützen (Tafelanschrieb), z. B.:
My partner lives in … He’s/She’s lived there for XY years/months/since …
My partner’s favourite band is … He’s/She’s liked them for XY years/months/since …
My partner’s favourite piece of clothing is his/her (black coat/…) … He’s/She’s had it for XY years/months/since …
My partner has a (car/bike/scooter). He’s/She’s had it for XY years/months/since … My partner doesn’t have a …
My partner has learned English for XY years/months/since …

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Der Text wird dem Partner/der Partnerin zur Korrektur/„Freigabe“ vorgelegt. Danach werden einige
Texte im Plenum vorgelesen.
Alternative/Erweiterung:  Die Texte können eingesammelt, gemischt und ohne Namensnennung vor-
gelesen werden. Die Mit-S stellen Vermutungen an, wer in dem Text beschrieben wird.

More please! Seite 66–68

4  More please!  SB Seite 66f.


A  since / for Since or for? Finish the sentences.
Lösung:
1 Lukasz Nowak has lived in England since 2008.
2 He has had his own firm for the last 3 years.
3 Jamie Oliver has been a famous chef for over 20 years.
4 He has been married to Jools since 2000.
5 Greg is an English college student. He has been at college since last September.
6 He’s at college now. He has been there since 9.00 this morning.
7 It’s midday now so he has been there for 3 hours.

B  Present perfect with since / for Answer the questions with complete sentences. Be careful with …
Lösung:
1 How long has Lukasz Nowak lived in England?  He has lived in England since 2008.
2 How long has Jamie Oliver been a chef?  He has been a chef for over 20 years.
3 How long have you been married, Jamie?  I’ve been married since 2000.
4 How long have Jamie and Jools lived in London?  They have lived in London for 12 years.
5 How long have you worked in a Fifteen restaurant, Laura?  I’ve worked in a Fifteen restaurant since 2011.
6 How long has David been a chef?  He has been a chef for 3 years.

C  Present perfect / simple present / simple past  In sentences a), b) and c), one verb is in the …
L lässt die S benennen, welcher Satz jeweils im simple present, simple past und present perfect steht.
Lösung:
1 a  Lukasz lives in Danbury.
b  He moved to Danbury in 2008.
c  He has lived in Danbury since 2008.
2 a  Jamie Oliver left college in 1992.
b  He is a chef now.
c  He has been a chef since 1992.
3 a  Laura is a chef in a Fifteen restaurant..
b  She started working there 18 months ago.
c  She has worked there now for 18 months.

D  Present perfect / simple present / simple past  I live in America now! Read the ‘quick facts’ about …
Lösung:
1 Where was Nadine born?  She was born in Krefeld, Germany.
2 Where does she live now?  She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, in the USA now.
3 When did she leave Germany?  She left Germany three years ago.
4 What city in the USA did she move to?  She moved to St. Louis, Missouri.
5 What is her father’s job there?  Her father is a police officer.
6 How long has he had that job?  He has had that job for three years.
7 What is her mother’s job?  Her mother is a nurse in a hospital in St. Louis.
8 How long has she had that job?  She has had that job for six months.
9 What kind of school did Nadine go to first in St. Louis?  She went to a high school in St. Louis first.
10 Where is Nadine a student now and what course is she on?  She’s a student at a community college in St. Louis
now and she’s on a business course.

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11 How long has she been a student there?  She has been a student there for one year/since last year.
12 How long has Nadine known Ben? Why is he important in her life?  She has known Ben for six months, he’s
important in her life because he’s her ‘true love’.

E  Present perfect / simple present / simple past (negative)  Look again at the quick facts about …
Lösung:
1  false – She hasn’t been Ben’s girlfriend for three years. She has been his girlfriend for six months.  2  false –
She didn’t move to the States last year. She moved to the States three years ago.  3  false – Her dad doesn’t work
in a hospital in St. Louis. He’s a police officer.  4  true  5  false – Nadine isn’t on a sports and leisure course.
She’s on a business course.  6  false – She loves Ben.  7  false – Nadine didn’t become a student on her course
two years ago. She started her course last year.

F  Present perfect / simple present / simple past  The world skateboarding championship is in … 1.21

1 Write six sentences about Andy. Use the simple present in two sentences, the simple past …
Lösungsvorschlag:
Andy is the world champion at the moment. (simple present)
He started skateboarding when he was 12. (simple past)
He has known that he wanted to be a professional skateboarder since he was 16. (present perfect)
Andy became a pro after high school, when he was 18. (simple past)
He has been world champion for two years. (present perfect)
He usually trains about six hours every day. (simple present)

2 You are a journalist and this is your interview with Andy. Write a short article about him …
Lösungsvorschlag:
Meet Andy Lewis, the world champion!
One of the most important people at the World Skateboarding Championships here in Germany next week will
be the world champion, American Andy Lewis. Andy is 21 years old and he has been the world champion for two
years. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and started skateboarding when he was 12 years old. He didn’t
know then that he wanted to be a professional skateboarder. “It was just fun”, he says. That changed when he was
about 16. He won a competition. “This is great!”, he thought. “I can earn money like this!” Two years later, when
Andy was 18, he left Boston and moved to California. He became a pro then. So, how hard do you have to work to
be the world champion? Easy – very hard! Andy trains about six hours every day!  (143 words)

G  Key words  Look at the key words at the bottom of pages 61–65 and translate the sentences … WB ex. 5–7

Lösung:
1 They have their own firm.
2 When you have a job, you will earn money – that’s great!
3 At the moment she doesn’t have a job – she’s unemployed.
4 He has been a famous singer for ten years.
5 Please fill in the form your name and address.
Erweiterung:  Die S können sich Vokabellernkärtchen zu den unregelmäßigen Verben basteln: Infini- Kärtchen
tiv, 2. Form (simple past) und 3. Form (past participle) auf die Vorderseite, den deutschen Infinitiv auf
die Rückseite. So können sie sich selbst und gegenseitig abhören.

Check-out Seite 69

5  Now you  SB Seite 69


A  Work with a partner. You are two college students who are chatting online. One of you … WB ex. 8

Textproduktion unter Anwendung des present perfect. Mit leistungsschwächeren Klassen oder S erar-
beitet L zunächst zu jeder Frage Satzstrukturhilfen:
I live in …
I’ve lived here since (1999/2007/…) / for XY years/months.

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I’ve learned English since (2007/…) / for XY years.


My favourite band/singer is …
I’ve liked them/him/her since (1999/2007/…) / for XY years/months.
I’m on a/an (XY) course at college. I started my course in (2008/…).
Yes, I have my own computer. I’ve had it since (2009/…) / for XY years/months. / No, I don’t have my own
computer.
Lösungsvorschlag:
A (You live e.g. in the States.) What town do you live in Germany?
B I live in Cologne. What about you? Where do you live?
A I live in Chicago.
B How long have you lived there?
A I have there for ten years now. We moved to Chicago ten years ago. What about you? How long have you lived
in Cologne?
B I have lived here for two years.
A etc.

Ergebnissicherung Pass the text:  Die entstandenen Texte werden durch die Reihen gereicht, sodass am
Ende alle S (auch die leistungsschwächeren S, die selbst keinen Text geschrieben haben) alle Texte
gelesen haben. Einige Texte können zudem vorgelesen werden.

B  Work in small groups. Choose one of the tasks below and give a short talk to the class.
Lösung:
Individuelle Lösungen.

Video Lounge  Introducing people


In Unit 4 you met Jasmine, Ms Kennedy’s PA. This is Ms Kennedy. She is now in her office. … V 5
Lösung: WB ex. 9
1 I’d like to introduce John Carter and Paul Rogers.
2 Nice to meet you!
3 Please, call me Diane.
4 This is my colleague Paul Rogers.
5 (Diane) I’m very sorry I’m late.
6 (John) Oh, don’t worry. Jasmine took care of us.
7 Please have a seat. (= please sit down)
Skript
Jasmine:  Here she is! Diane, I’d like to introduce John Carter and Paul Rogers from Australian Power
Utilities.
Diane:  Nice to meet you!
John:  Nice to meet you too, Ms Kennedy. I’m John Carter.
Diane:  Please, call me Diane!
John:  Fine, Diane. And I’m John. this is my colleague Paul Rogers.
Paul:  Pleased to meet you, Diane.
Diane:  Pleased to meet you too, Paul. And I see you’ve met my assistant Jasmine already. I’m very sorry
I’m late. I’m afraid my last meeting went on for a while.
John:  Oh, don’t worry. Jasmine took care of us.
Diane:  Good. So, please have a seat.
Paul:  Thanks.

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