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Sächsisches Staatsministerium Geltungsbereich: Schüler der Klassenstufe 10 an

für Kultus allgemein bildenden Gymnasien

Schuljahr 2006/2007 ohne Realschulabschluss

Besondere Leistungsfeststellung Englisch

Material für Schüler

Allgemeine Arbeitshinweise

Die besondere Leistungsfeststellung besteht aus den obligatorischen Teilen A, B und C, die
innerhalb von 90 Minuten zu bearbeiten sind.
Zeitliche Orientierung und organisatorischer Ablauf:
Teil A: Listening Comprehension ca. 15 Minuten
Teil B: Text production ca. 55 Minuten
B 1 Working with the text
B 2 Composition
Teil C: Mediation ca. 20 Minuten

Die Aufgaben des Teils A sind auf dem Arbeitsblatt zu lösen. Für die Aufgaben von Teil B und
Teil C wird eigenes Papier benötigt.
Die Reihenfolge für die Bearbeitung der Aufgaben in den Teilen B und C ist freigestellt. Die
einzelnen Aufgabenteile sind deutlich sichtbar zu kennzeichnen und voneinander zu trennen.
Erlaubte Hilfsmittel:
- zweisprachiges Wörterbuch Deutsch-Englisch / Englisch-Deutsch
- einsprachiges Wörterbuch
- Wörterbuch der deutschen Rechtschreibung

Name, Vorname: Klasse:

Erreichte BE-Anzahl: Note:

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A Listening Comprehension Erreichbare BE-Anzahl: 10

An interview about ecotourism

You will hear an interview with Justin Francis, who runs, an online
travel agency in Brighton, England and who is talking about eco-friendly tourism.
You now have 5 minutes to read the following statements.
Then listen to the interview. Tick (9) what is said in the interview. Only one sentence is
correct in each of the ten tasks. You will hear the text twice.

Annotation: carbon trading (hier) – Handel mit CO2-Emissionsrechten

1. For Justin Francis, the travel agent, ecotourism …
a) takes tourists to exciting metropolitan places.
b) is a marketing name for holidays involving nature.
c) takes members of Greenpeace to natural places.
d) focuses mainly on the local communities’ economic situation.
2. ‘Responsible tourism’ means that …
a) people are responsible for their own security.
b) tourists look after the environment.
c) travel agents offer conservative travelling.
d) local people behave in a responsible way.
3. Holidays for eco-tourists allow them to …
a) feel the warmth of the sun and the responsibility for nature.
b) enjoy more Fairtrade coffee and tea.
c) give something to the local people.
d) have a more authentic experience.
4. Most people who travel as eco-tourists are …
a) hippies who spend their money before having children.
b) families going on adventure trips.
c) ageing professionals with a lot of money.
d) retired elderly couples without children.
5. One of the most popular destinations is …
a) South America with its beautiful nature.
b) Australia whose government has adopted a strategy for responsible tourism.
c) South Africa which was first to support responsible tourism.
d) Asia with its a long tradition of responsible tourism.
6. According to Justin Francis air travel is the …
a) least influential cause of global warming.
b) quickest growing cause of global warming.
c) main cause of global warming.
d) only cause of global warming.
7. Carbon trading means that the airlines have to buy carbon credits to …
a) get environmentally-friendly kerosene.
b) be allowed to travel longer distances.
c) stop releasing their emissions.
d) finance research and alternative energies.
8. The so-called ‘carbon calculator‘ is used to …
a) find out how much of the polluting gas is emitted during your flight.
b) count the miles you are flying to your holiday destination.
c) tell you how much money you have to pay for your flight.
d) count how many miles the passengers on the plane are travelling altogether.

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Name, Vorname: _________________________________________________ Klasse: _______

9. Justin Francis says that if we all did not travel around the world any longer …
a) global warming could be stopped completely.
b) conservation in many parts of the world could be improved.
c) many national parks in developing countries would have to close.
d) local people in developing countries would not suffer from poverty.
10. When booking a “responsible holiday“ the travel agent points out that it is important to
ask …
a) whether there are local guides available for the tourists.
b) what the locally produced food tastes like.
c) whether you need to sign a written contract about eco-tourism.
d) what the local weather will be like at your holiday destination.

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B Text production Erreichbare BE-Anzahl: 40

Wildlife threatened by tourist souvenirs

Up to 600,000 Britons have bought souvenirs made from animals while holidaying abroad in
the last five years, a survey revealed today. International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
said this represented 1.5% of all those who travelled abroad within that period.
Elephant ivory, rhino horn, animal teeth and claws, big cat skins and reptile skins as well as
5 coral are among the items that have been purchased by holidaymakers and brought back to
the UK. Tourists who come home with some of these products risk heavy fines and jail terms
if they are caught with them at the airport.
The group’s UK director, Robbie Marsland, said: “Tourists need to remember if they don't
buy, animals won't die.”
10 Wildlife campaigner Nikki Kelly said: “Most of these souvenirs are being bought unwittingly
simply because travellers are confused by the complex laws governing trade in wild animals
or because they just aren’t aware of them. Worse still, wildlife souvenirs are often sold so
openly abroad many tourists mistakenly believe they must be legal.”
To tackle the problem, the group has launched a “Think Twice” campaign with the
15 Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) to encourage people not to buy wildlife products.
In particular it will be targeting the 500,000 British tourists who make their way to South
Africa each year, where it said the souvenir trade is endangering not just native wildlife, but
animals in Western and Central Africa too.
Keith Richards, from ABTA, said the organisation would brief the 6,500 travel agents
20 and 850 tour operators it represents in the UK and ask them to give advice to customers
about what they can bring back. Mr Richards added: “Unless the travel industry acts now,
some of the very animals so many people go abroad to see may soon only be found on our
mantelpieces or in our jewellery boxes.”
(307 words)

Abridged from:,,1865375,00.html
[download / 02 Feb 2007]

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Name, Vorname: _________________________________________________ Klasse: _______

B1 Working with the text

Describe how tourism threatens wildlife and outline the measures that are being taken to
improve the situation.
Write a short text using your own words.

B2 Composition

Choose one of the following tasks. Write a text of about 180 words.
2.1 The GUARDIAN invites its readers to participate in a debate about the following statement:
“Tourism is disastrous. That’s why travelling should be forbidden.” on their internet platform.
Do you agree? Write a contribution giving convincing arguments that illustrate your point of

2.2 “Human behaviour threatens life on earth.”

Support this quotation from the journal “Global Youth” with one or more examples. Write a
letter to the editor.

B 1: Inhaltliche Reichhaltigkeit und Textstruktur 10 BE

B 1: Sprachliche Korrektheit 05 BE
B 1: Ausdrucksvermögen und Textfluss 05 BE
B 2: Inhaltliche Reichhaltigkeit und Textstruktur 10 BE
B 2: Sprachliche Korrektheit 05 BE
B 2: Ausdrucksvermögen und Textfluss 05 BE
Erreichbare BE-Anzahl Teil B 40 BE

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C Mediation Erreichbare BE-Anzahl: 10
Methoden von Umweltorganisationen
Die Methoden, mit denen die Organisationen versuchen, ihre Ziele zu erreichen, sind unter-
schiedlich. Sie reichen von Infoständen auf der Straße bis hin zu spektakulären Aktionen wie
der Blockade von Walfängern. Auch Demonstrationen werden veranstaltet.
Im Bereich Walfang und Fischerei sind auch viele Naturschutzorganisationen aktiv. Als
5 international tätige Organisation ist hier z. B. Greenpeace zu nennen. Häufig greift Green-
peace zu der für die Aktivisten sehr gefährlichen Methode, mit eigenen Schiffen die Wal-
fänger und Fischerboote zu blockieren.
Extreme Gruppierungen gehen auch mit Gewalt gegen die von ihnen wahrgenommenen
Missstände vor. Physische Gewalt gegen Personen wird jedoch ebenso grundsätzlich ab-
10 gelehnt wie Gewalt gegen Tiere. Ebenso problematisch ist die Freisetzung von Tieren im
Sinne des Tier- und Naturschutzes, da das plötzliche, möglicherweise massenhafte Auftre-
ten einer neuen, nicht heimischen Tierart schwerwiegende Folgen für die heimische Fauna
haben kann.

(135 Wörter)

Adapted from:
[download / 02 Feb 2007]

Your school takes part in a COMENIUS project on “Environmental initiatives around the
world.” You are in charge of environmental groups and their methods.
Sum up the relevant information given in the article above for your partner schools in Spain
and Poland. Keep the following questions in mind.
• What methods are used by environmental organisations?
• Which methods are criticized? Why?

Sprachliche Gestaltung: 5 BE
Inhaltliche Gestaltung: 5 BE
Erreichbare BE-Anzahl Teil C 10 BE

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