1 Lösungen Hören Englisch (AHS) HT 2012/13, 7. Mai 2013 Hinweise zur Korrektur Bei der Korrektur werden ausschließlich die Antworten auf dem Antwortblatt berücksichtigt. Korrektur der Aufgaben Bitte kreuzen Sie bei jeder Frage im Bereich von der Lehrperson auszufüllen an, ob die Kandidatin/der Kandidat die Frage richtig oder falsch beantwortet hat. Falls Sie versehentlich das falsche Kästchen markieren, malen Sie es bitte vollständig aus (n ) und kreuzen das richtige an (T ). Gibt eine Kandidatin/ein Kandidat bei einer Frage zwei Antworten an und eine davon ist falsch, so ist die Antwort als falsch zu werten. Bei den Testmethoden Kurzantworten und Richtig/Falsch/Begründung zählen alle Wörter, die nicht durchgestrichen sind, zur Antwort. Es werden bei der Beurteilung nur ganze Punkte vergeben. (Die Vergabe von halben Punkten ist unzulässig.) Akzeptierte Antworten bei der Testmethode Richtig/Falsch/Begründung (nur Lesen B2) Bei der Testmethode Richtig/Falsch/Begründung müssen beide Teile (Richtig/Falsch und Die ersten vier Wörter) korrekt sein, um mit einem Punkt bewertet werden zu können. Beim Begründungsteil zählen nur Antworten als korrekt, die die ersten vier Wörter des Satzes, der die Antwort enthält, angeben. Akzeptierte Antworten bei der Testmethode Kurzantworten Das Ziel der Aufgaben ist es, das Hör- bzw. Leseverständnis der Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten zu überprüfen. Grammatik- und Rechtschreibfehler werden bei der Korrektur nicht berücksichtigt, sofern diese die Kommunikation nicht verhindern. Um die Verlässlichkeit der Testergebnisse österreichweit garantieren zu können, ist eine Standardisierung der Korrektur unerlässlich. Die Antworten Ihrer Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten sind vielleicht richtig, auch wenn sie nicht im erweiterten Lösungsschlüssel aufscheinen. Falls Ihre Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten Antworten geben, die nicht eindeutig als richtig oder falsch einzuordnen sind, wenden Sie sich bitte an unser Team aus Muttersprachlerinnen und Muttersprachlern sowie Testexpertinnen und Testexperten, das Sie über den Online-Helpdesk bzw. die telefonische Korrekturhotline erreichen.
2 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 2 Online-Helpdesk Ab dem Zeitpunkt der Veröffentlichung der Lösungen können Sie unter Anfragen an den Online-Helpdesk des BIFIE stellen. Beim Online-Helpdesk handelt es sich um ein Formular, über das Sie Antworten der Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten, die nicht im Lösungsschlüssel enthalten sind, an das BIFIE senden können. Sie erhalten von uns zeitnah eine Rückmeldung, ob die Antworten als richtig oder falsch zu bewerten sind. Sie können den Helpdesk bis zum unten angegebenen Eingabeschluss jederzeit und beliebig oft den in Anspruch nehmen, wobei Sie nach jeder Anfrage eine Bestätigung per erhalten. Jede Anfrage wird von uns garantiert beantwortet. (Die Antwort- s werden zum unten angegebenen Zeitpunkt zeitgleich an alle Lehrer/innen versendet.) Anleitungen zur Verwendung des Helpdesks für AHS und BHS finden Sie unter: (AHS) (BHS) Online-Helpdesk Englisch Eingabe Helpdesk: 7. Mai 2013 bis 9. Mai 2013 Eingabeschluss: Versand der Antwort- s: 9. Mai 2013 um Uhr 11. Mai 2013 bis Uhr Telefon-Hotline Die Telefon-Hotline ist ausschließlich zu den unten angegebenen Zeiträumen besetzt. Bitte ordnen Sie Ihre Anfragen nach Fertigkeit, Aufgabe und Fragenummer, um dem Hotline-Team eine rasche Bearbeitung zu ermöglichen. Vielen Dank! Telefon-Hotline Englisch Telefon-Hotline Termin 1: Telefon-Hotline Termin 2: Telefonnummern: 11. Mai Uhr bis Uhr 13. Mai Uhr bis Uhr oder
3 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 3 Task 1: Apted s film experiment Key 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 D A A C D B C Justifications 0/D The speaker says: The film was called 7Up, and every seven years since, Apted has made another film charting the children's progress. Therefore the correct answer is: D (the development of some children over time). A is not correct because all children were selected in the same year and the film charts their progress in time. So they all grow older. B is not correct because it is never said that the focus is on friendships. In fact, the speaker says that this series was meant to explore the extent to which Britons were defined by class. C is not correct because the series follows those children over four decades. Q1/A The speaker says: [The film] was meant to explore the degree to which Britons were defined by class. In addition, Michael Apted says: It was my job to go out and find the children, and I was instructed, really, to find them from the margins of society, from the very empowered not the reasonably empowered and from the very impoverished. Therefore the correct answer is: A (social background). B is not correct because neither the speaker nor Michael Apted ever mention the aspect of gender although they do talk about a girl and her development. C is not correct because neither the speaker nor Michael Apted ever mention the aspect of education. Michael Apted links class with empowerment and impoverishment. D is not correct because the aim of the film was to explore the degree to which Britons were defined by class. Q2/A The speaker says: Thought to be too British for any other audience, it has instead become the blueprint for what film can do, and a kind of unlikely prototype for our own reality-tv culture. Apted's newest iteration, just released, is called 49Up, and he joins us now. Therefore the correct answer is: A (has only just come out). B is not correct because neither the speaker nor Michael Apted ever mention any award even though the speaker calls this series historic. C is not correct because the speaker says that every year since [Michael Apted] has made another film charting the children s progress. So it is not a remake. D is not correct because although the speaker says that this series has instead become the blueprint for what film can do, and a kind of unlikely prototype for our own reality-tv culture, this does not mean that Apted starts a new reality TV show with 49Up. In fact, Apted only continues what he started in the sixties. Q3/C Apted says: Had I started the film five, ten, fifteen years later, it would have been different not substantially different, but nonetheless different. England s still governed by, you know, the accident of birth, but to a lesser and lesser extent. Therefore the correct answer is: C (different in some details). A is not correct because Apted says that the film would not have been substantially different. B is not correct because Apted says that the film would have been different. D is not correct because Apted talks about the content of the film in this context and not about style.
4 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 4 Q4/D The speaker says: There was this one little girl who looked like she was going to turn into some future Margaret Thatcher nightmare who has actually turned out quite well. And Apted adds: I thought she was toffee-nosed, and she was extremely difficult when she was 14 and 21, and you can see it on the film. But then at 28, she clearly had an epiphany and got a grip of herself and grew up, or whatever you want to call it, and got married, had children and was a whole different character. And in some cases, I think, she's been, you know, very inspirational to people. Therefore the correct answer is: D (changed for the better). A is not correct because Michael Apted only says that she got married, had children and was a whole different character. It is Neil, the boy, who became a politician. B is not correct because Michael Apted only says that she was extremely difficult for a while. It is Neil, the boy, who had serious mental problems. C is not correct because it is never mentioned that she separated from her family. In fact, it is implied that she did not separate from her family when Michael Apted says that she got married, had children and was a whole different character. Q5/B Apted says: You know, I had no idea that they would become such rich characters. Now, is that telling me some great truth, that everybody has a story, that everybody has poetry in their voices? I don't know. I'd like to think in some ways it does. Therefore the correct answer is: B (if all people are, in fact, equally interesting). A is not correct because this film made Apted wonder whether everybody has a story. C is not correct because Apted never mentions this aspect. D is not correct because although it is mentioned that the girl and the boy had some problems in life, Apted only points out that their life has taken a change for the better. Q6/C Apted says: Well, I mean, his life, as you describe, is a roller coaster. I think that those of us, you know, who saw him at 28Up and 35Up, you really did wonder whether he was going to make it to the next film. But then at 42, we see him back in society, and, in fact, a politician, which is, I suppose, ironic and whatever. And at 49 again, you know, he seems to have a much more positive view of the world, and you begin to get flashes of that seven-year-old twinkle and that vitality. Therefore the correct answer is: C (a life of ups and downs). A is not correct because only a period of his life is marked by his mental disease. As he gets older, he is back in society and even becomes a politician. B is not correct because Apted describes it as a roller coaster and he points out that Neil s life took a turn for the better around 42. D is not correct because Apted points out that there are good periods in Neil s life. Task 2: Ken Follett Key 0 Q7 Q8 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 I A D K C L F H J G Justifications 0/I Ken Follett says: [ ] and my car broke down radically as they say in California. And I couldn t get it fixed. I went to the bank and asked for a loan and they said no! The correct answer is I (did not want to lend him any money).
5 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 5 Q7/A Ken Follett says: [ ] one of my colleagues had written a thriller and got it published which we were all very excited about and I asked him how much he got and he said 200 pounds [ ]. The correct answer is A (earned money by writing). Q8/D Ken Follett says: [ ] and I asked him how much he got and he said 200 pounds and that s what I needed to get the car back. [ ] I went home and started writing a thriller. It wasn t very good, I wrote it very quickly, but I sent it to that same publisher and they gave me 200 pounds and I got the car back. The correct answer is D (made him take up writing). Q9/K Ken Follett says: It [the first book] was good enough to be published which I was very pleased about, it was good enough to get a car fixed but it was not a best seller. The correct answer is K (enabled him to pay the garage bill). Q10/C Ken Follett says: I had to find out all about everyday life in the Second World War. [ ] It was also the first book that I planned. [ ] with Eye of the Needle I learned to plan everything so that the suspense is drawn out and moves at the right sort of pace. The correct answer is C (was well organized and carefully drafted). Q11/L Ken Follett says: It was the first book in which I managed to slow down. All my early books had been very short and written in a rather frantic style and Eye of the Needle was paced correctly. I had learned all of those things by writing ten unsuccessful books. The correct answer is L (taught him to take his time writing). Q12/F Ken Follett says: I was enjoying it [ ] although they [the first books] were not best sellers I still kind of believed this was where my future was going to be. The correct answer is F (was meant to be a writer). Q13/H Ken Follett says: It s a big step to write a book good enough to get published. As we know there are millions of people out there who d love to get a book published. The correct answer is H (is to see his work in print). Q14/J The Interviewer asks: Have you always been good at assessing its [the latest book s] value? Follett answers: No, I need other people to do that. When I read something I ve written I think, gee, this is great. The correct answer is J (is his overconfidence). Q15/G The interviewer says: I read that you are very easily edited. Follett answers: I seek input from my editors, yes, you know. What harm can it do? It can only make the book better. The correct answer is G (is his readiness to follow other people s advice).
6 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 6 Task 3: Dr. Auma Obama: Yes she can! Key accepted 0 a big organization Q16 boxing sport boxing female boxing girl(s) boxing boxing for girls girls learn boxing box courses use boxing for sport Q17 can defend themselves (spelling variations: theirself, themself, themselfes, theirselfes, theirselv, themselves; defand, defense, defence, devend) could defend themselves can protect themselves defend and empower themselves feel to defend themselves feel to protect themselves feel safer are save feel strong(er) are strong enough Q18 getting fund(s) collecting funds funds funding (it) funding the projects fund raising supporting them with money financial support giving funds collecting money sponsoring it funds and supports not accepted boxing girls boxing of girls box girls a part of care box (not clear, box has got a different meaning) domestic violence should defeat themselves define themselves can defend (It is about self-defence) are part of care care are cared care about them (The project was begun to teach girls self-defence.) that they are useful need(ed) feel strong against vailence should be against violence are against violence can feel defendent can reach something need to defend themselves need to protect themselves (Not accurate because the girls learn how to defend themselves if they want to protect themselves.) are not sexual victims use boxing as sport care about themselves they support supporting founds founding them fonds going to their schools visiting schools helping girls boxing spending money teaching boxing making fans education pay teacher working with 500 girls growing be a partner professional training encouraging the girls working with them together
7 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 7 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 compete (spelling variations: compeite, compeed) compete for Kenya compete abroad compete internationally compete in tournaments go to competition represent Kenya (abroad) represent Kenya in boxing representing their state box for Kenya (abroad) compete in fights take part in competitions compete and representing abroad watching watching the girls watching the females watching the women watching through the windows looking through the windows (spelling variations: throug, trough) crowding at the windows standing before the windows standing at windows watching at the windows watching in awe watching interested watching the girls participate wanting to participate wanting to join about her work about herself and work about what she does about her project about the project about this organization about what she does what she is doing of her work improve the world make the world better make a better world make a better (world) create a better world make things better reach a better world change the world change something in future become professional boxers (They are taught the professional way of boxing, but whether they become professional boxers is not stated.) are girls support Kenya by boxing may become professionals go abroad represent boxing learn real boxing complete abroad with boxing compete a team have success abroad have training compete in races compete Kenya uproad will become champs become a little famous represent Kenya as professional learn boxing properly presents Kenya boxing get rich represent themselves in Kenya watching throw the windows giving stunning reactions the training naming them champs about herself (The idea of work must be mentioned.) about her expectations in the public what is achievable about helping each other by talking in public about women problems create a better place have a better place make a better place (place is too narrow; the idea of world in general must be included) do it (not precise enough) make the word better achieve a lot (she talks about qualitative improvement not about quantitative) achieve everything reach very much reach whatever we want help
8 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 8 Justifications do a lot better make it better live a better life world better place get it right 0 Auma Obama says: I m always very careful about how I talk about these organizations because very often, because we are such a big international organization [...]. Q16 Auma Obama says: The organization is called Box Girls because they actually box. The girls use boxing as their sport. Q17 Auma Obama says: [ ] and he thought if the girls can find a way to feel that they can defend themselves, even if they don t use force, if they can have that possibility this will become less. Q18 Auma Obama says: [ ] we work with them together, we we fund, we get funds so that they can do projects [ ]. Q19 Dr. Obama says: And what they do is they teach the girls to box. So the girls literally have boxing lessons and they actually would do professional boxing; so they would learn it properly. And some of the girls now actually compete, and represent Kenya abroad with boxing. Q20 Auma Obama says: [ ] when they are training in this little hall, you have the windows and the windows are plastered with boys and men watching, who, you can see in their eyes, want to participate [...]. Q21 Auma Obama says: I tend to talk a lot about my work because that is really the important for me and also especially when I m talking about myself in public [...]. Q22 Auma Obama says: I really feel that if everybody kind of does a little bit towards making things better for each other the world can become a better place. Task 4: On Jane Austen Key 0 Q23 Q24 Q25 Q26 Q27 Q28 Q29 C A C D B D A B Justifications 0/C The speaker says: But when you look into her manuscripts you certainly do not see this polished print perfection. You see something very different. The correct answer is C (fairly careless). A is not correct because intellectuality is not mentioned. B is not correct because repetition is not commented on. D is not correct because complexity is not referred to.
9 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 9 Q23/A The speaker says: It s been an extensive collaboration between libraries around the world, digital technologists and academics like me. The correct answer is A (computer experts). B is not correct because the extent of student contribution is not mentioned. C is not correct because publishers are not mentioned in this context. D is not correct because illustrations are not referred to. Q24/C The speaker says: We ve reunited virtually [ ] all of Jane Austen s manuscripts. And nobody has ever been able to look at this collection of manuscripts as a body since [ ] They were dispersed when her sister Cassandra died. The correct answer is C (were divided up more than a 100 years ago). A is not correct because they belonged to her sister Cassandra until her death. B is not correct because they do not say who sold off the manuscripts. D is not correct because they were dispersed when her sister Cassandra died. Q25/D The speaker says: They are showing us that [ ] she is a novelist who largely achieves her effects through conversation. And she is transcribing speech, transcribing conversation. The correct answer is D (people s way of talking). A is not correct because the class system of her time is not mentioned. B is not correct because moral problems are not referred to. C is not correct because gender role models are not commented on. Q26/B The speaker says: [ ] in print [ ] her manuscript is turned into grammatically ordered structures [ ] It s her editor who s responsible for it. The correct answer is B (language). A is not correct because endings are not mentioned. C is not correct because illustrations are not commented on. D is not correct because the structures mentioned are grammatically ordered; chapters are not grammatically ordered structures but defined by content. Q27/D The speaker says: William Gifford [ ] who we know from many letters, including letters from Byron himself, we know he re-punctuated Byron. The correct answer is D (had his punctuation changed). A is not correct because Gifford was the one who worked as a talent scout for John Murray. B is not correct because it does not say who Byron s letters were addressed to. C is not correct because Byron s attitude to being re-punctuated is not mentioned.
10 Lösungen Hören E (AHS) HT 2012/13 10 Q28/A The speaker says: [ ] of the manuscript of Mansfield Park [ ] it ll sell very well. It s very carelessly copied though the handwriting is excellently plain. The correct answer is A (the reproduction of the text). B is not correct because the speaker says the handwriting is excellently plain, showing that this is not a complaint. C is not correct because the publishing date is not mentioned. D is not correct because it ll sell very well and the offer to work on the manuscript shows that Gifford liked the story. Q29/B The speaker says: I think she is one of our first writers really to attempt to produce conversation as it really is [ ] so she is a more radical writer. The correct answer is B (a revolutionary writer). A is not correct because the speaker is talking about how Jane Austen tried to reproduce conversation, not about her style in general. Reproducing conversation does not make the style intimate. C is not correct because they do not talk about how dramatic her stories are. D is not correct because they do not comment on how difficult it is to read the texts.