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Part 2: Non-Fiction Text

$\blacktriangleright\;$ Thema:
Immigration Reform
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Aufgabenstellung
1.
Describe Valerie Jarrett’s views on immigration and her demands as presented in the official White House blog.
(Comprehension) (16 Punkte)
#description
2.
Analyse how she tries to convince the reader of her views. Consider structure,communicative strategies and stylistic devices.
(Analysis) (24 Punkte)
#analysis#stylisticdevices
3.
Choose one of the following tasks:
3.1
Using your knowledge about the American dream, discuss Jarrett’s claim that „America’s strength has always come from the rich diversity, and core decency“ (Text, line 39 f. )
(Evaluation:comment) (20 Punkte)
or
#americandream#discussion
3.2
Imagine you have just immigrated to the USA and had to wait for your Green Card for a long time. Write a critical letter to Jarrett.
(Evaluation:re-creation of text) (20 Punkte)
#lettertotheeditor#creativewriting

Valerie Jarrett: New Citizens and the American Dream

Valerie Jarrett is a Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama. Her text was first published in the official White House blog.
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Yesterday, I had the privilege of speaking at a naturalization ceremony for newly naturalized citizens of the United States of America.
There were over 700 representatives from 92 countries across 6 continents who became Americans. From the Philippines, to Germany, El Salvador, to Peru, to Australia, and every other corner of the globe,
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they embodied not just the face of the world, but the face of America.
Their presence is a testament to the promise of the American Dream. It’s the dream that says no matter who you are, where you came from, what your last name is, what you believe, or who you love, if you embrace the spirit of limitless possibilities, then in this great country, you can make it, if you try.
All Americans have the same dream – receive a good education, have a job, the ability to afford a home,
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send their kids to college, health care so they don’t have [to] worry about going broke if they get sick, or are in an accident, and the ability to retire with a little money in their pocket.
Our newest Americans came here in pursuit of that dream. And in so many ways, they are already woven into the fabric of our great country. They’ve gone to school here, worked here, been active in our communities, served, and defended our country through active military service, and made our nation
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stronger, safer, and better.
When the newest Americans stood tall, and faced our American flag, and pledged allegiance to the country they now official[ly] call home, my eyes swelled with tears, knowing that they were accepting both the privilege, and responsibility of citizenship in our great country. And they reminded me of how precious our citizenship is – of how much it is worth, why we should never take it for granted, and why it
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is worth protecting.
Simply put, they belong here. And they remind us again of the importance of fixing our immigration system, so that aspiring Americans can take the pathway that they have taken, and become full-fledged citizens.
That’s why President Obama has made immigration reform one of his top priorities this year.
25
Last month, the Senate passed an historic piece of legislation1 in an overwhelming bipartisan vote.Now it’s time for the House2 to take action.
Immigration reform is necessary because it speaks to our values as a country – a nation of laws, and a nation of immigrants. It’s the right thing to do because our system is broken. And we also know that economic costs of inaction are simply too high to delay.
30
If the Senate bill were passed, our economy’s GDP would grow nearly five and a half percent more over the next two decades, resulting in massive job creation.
We would see real wages will rise, federal deficits will fall by $850 billion, and our debt will shrink as a share of the economy.
We would see a stronger housing recovery, thanks to stronger demand and higher prices for homes in neighborhoods hardest hit by the recession.
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We would see foreign-born students educated in American universities stay in our country, and create jobs. […]
These are real impacts that would benefit everyone. And this is our best chance in a long time to finally get this done. We owe it to our heritage, to our country’s future, and to the next generation, to fix our broken system, today. After all, America’s strength has always come from the rich diversity, and core
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decency of our people.

1Last month, the Senate passed an historic piece of legislation: here: reference to a vote in the Senate on an immigration reform bill
2the House: here: reference to House of Representatives
Aus:Valerie Jarrett, New Citizens and the American Dream, The White House Blog, July 31, 2013 www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/07/31/new-citizens-and-american-dream
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$\blacktriangleright\;$ Thema:
Immigration Reform
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Aufgabenstellung
1.
Describe Valerie Jarrett’s views on immigration and her demands as presented in the official White House blog.
In dieser Aufgabe geht es um Textverständnis. Bringe zum Ausdruck wie Valerie Jarrett das Thema Einwanderung sieht und welche Schritte sie für notwendig hält. Nenne die wichtigsten Eckpunkte die Valerie Jarrett in ihrem Blog erwähnt.
2.
Analyse how she tries to convince the reader of her views. Consider structure, communicative strategies and stylistic devices.
Es gilt die Argumentationsstruktur in dieser Aufgabe heraus zu arbeiten. Erkenne und benenne mit welcher Struktur Valerie Jarrett ihr Anliegen vertritt. Beachte dabei ihre Gesprächsführung und Stilmittel die sie für diesen Zweck einsetzt.
3.
Choose one of the following tasks:
3.1
Using your knowledge about the American dream, discuss Jarrett’s claim that „America’s strength has always come from the rich diversity, and core decency“ (Text, line 39 f.).
Bei dieser Aufgabe ist dein bereits vorhandenes Wissen wichtig. Du sollst dich kritisch mit dem Zitat aus dem Text von Valerie Jarrett auseinandersetzen. Du musst erst eine ausgewogene Argumentation präsentieren und diese mit deiner persönlichen Meinung abschließen.
or
3.2
Imagine you have just immigrated to the USA and had to wait for your Green Card for a long time. Write a critical letter to Jarrett.
Bevor du mit dieser kreativen Schreibaufgabe beginnst, solltest du dir detailliert die Person vorstellen, welche du in deinem Brief vertrittst. Diese Sichtweise gilt es dann einzuhalten. Es verleiht deinem Brief einiges an Wertigkeit wenn du dich kontinuierlich am Text von Valerie Jarrett orientierst.
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$\blacktriangleright\;$ Thema:
Immigration Reform
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Aufgabenstellung
1.
Describe Valerie Jarrett’s views on immigration and her demands as presented in the official White House blog.
Tipp
In dieser Aufgabe geht es um Textverständnis. Bringe zum Ausdruck wie Valerie Jarrett das Thema Einwanderung sieht und welche Schritte sie für notwendig hält. Nenne die wichtigsten Eckpunkte die Valerie Jarrett in ihrem Blog erwähnt.
Tipp
In dieser Aufgabe geht es um Textverständnis. Bringe zum Ausdruck wie Valerie Jarrett das Thema Einwanderung sieht und welche Schritte sie für notwendig hält. Nenne die wichtigsten Eckpunkte die Valerie Jarrett in ihrem Blog erwähnt.
Valerie Jarrett shares in her blog an opinion which is very supportive of immigration. Already in the first line she uses the phrase „I had the privilege of speaking at a naturalization ceremony“ (Text, line 1). If someone perceives it as a „privilege“ to speak somewhere, the person is most likely in favor what is happening there.
Einleitung
positive Einstellung gegenüber Immigration
For her the presence of immigrants in the USA is proof that the American Dream is intact. She expresses this with the sentence„[t]heir presence is a testament to the promise of the American Dream“ (Text, line 6).
Immigranten als Beweis für die Attraktivität der USA
Fixing what is broken, is the right thing in a country where law reigns supreme and not injustice. This is why Valerie Jarrett mentions „the importance of fixing our immigration system “ (Text, line 21 f.). For her immigration is closely connected to America's values and the promise of the American Dream. She also wants to remind the reader that the US are a „ nation of immigrants “ (Text, line 28). So historically the acceptance of immigrants was always a part of the American nation.
Werte in den USA
Nation von Einwanderern
She makes her statement clear with her calling out the House to act. Because a law has to first pass the Senate and then the House of Representatives in order to be valid, she states „ Now it's time for the House to take action.“ (Text, line 26). Obviously she is demanding the House to also pass the bill so the immigration reform will come into action.
Erste Forderung Ratifizierung des Gesetzes
Valerie Jarrett explains in another part how the newly naturalized citizens are „already woven into the fabric“(Text, line 12 f.) of the USA. She mentions examples how they have contributed to the society that welcomed them and from these examples she deduces their right to be a citizen. Clearly demanding this right for them.
Zweite Forderung:
Bereits Teil der Gesellschaft
She adds another demand where she skillfully weaves in here view. When she says „they belong here“(Text, line 21) she does demand that the immigrants are not to be deported and that she is of the opinion that the immigrants shall stay in the US.
Dritte Forderung:
Keine Deportationen
Bleiberecht
At the end of the text she lists four reasons how the economy could benefit from her proposed immigration reform. With this one sided argument she highlights her support for immigration again. The economical reasons she cites are a growing GDP, rising wages, improvements in the housing market and a stop to brain drain. Because of these factors Valerie Jarrets expects that immigration reform „would benefit everyone“ (Text, line 37).
Wirtschaftliche Gründe für Reform des Einwaderungsgesetzes
#description
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Aufgabenstellung
2.
Analyse how she tries to convince the reader of her views. Consider structure, communicative strategies and stylistic devices.
Tipp
Es gilt die Argumentationsstruktur in dieser Aufgabe heraus zu arbeiten. Erkenne und benenne mit welcher Struktur Valerie Jarrett ihr Anliegen vertritt. Beachte dabei ihre Gesprächsführung und Stilmittel die sie für diesen Zweck einsetzt.
Tipp
Es gilt die Argumentationsstruktur in dieser Aufgabe heraus zu arbeiten. Erkenne und benenne mit welcher Struktur Valerie Jarrett ihr Anliegen vertritt. Beachte dabei ihre Gesprächsführung und Stilmittel die sie für diesen Zweck einsetzt.
Jarrett built her text to convince the reader of the urgency of reforming the immigration process. She starts her text with an emotional recount of a „naturalization ceremony“ (Text, line 1). This emotionality is transported through expressions as „privilege of speaking“ there or through the metaphor of the people taking part in this ceremony being „not just the face of the world, but the face of America“ (Text, line 5).
Lenkende Textstruktur Schilderung der Einbürgerungszeremonie
Afterwards she paints the picture of the common American Dream as the big driving force behind everyones motivation to do good.„It's the dream that says […] in this great country, you can make it if you try.“ (Text, line 6+8). In her words all „Americans share the same dream“ (Text, line 9) and are thus equal.
Gleiche Beweggründe und Appell an Gleichheit
Jarretts goal is to captures her audiences attention and to reinforce her point about how important the topic is she is expressing emotions. She writes about how her „eyes swelled with tears“(Text, line 17) and how „precious our citizenship is“(Text, line 19 f.).
Emotionaler Ansatz
To evoke positive feelings for the new citizens Jarett beginns to mention how many valuable contributions they shared with the American society. By mentioning that they „have gone to school here, worked here“ (Text, line 13) she wants the mainstream to recognize that they basically already have paid their dues and are therefore equal citizens.
Beträge zur Leistungsgesellschaft
With these emotional appeals in place the stage is set for Jarrett to explain her political agenda. She is proposing President Barack Obamas immigration reform first of all to the general public and secondly to the House of Representatives. The House still has to vote on it and she wants to win support for the bill.
Politische Agenda
One of her main points is that it makes economically sense to enact the new law. She sights a potential GDP growth that would bring about a „massive job creation“ (Text, line 31). This is just one of many points she brings forward to justify how indispensable this action is.
Unverzichtbarkeit der Reform
In the paragraph about how indispensable the reform is Jarrett points to the history of the USA as a „nation of immigrants“(Text, line 28). Her blog includes several references to patriotic themes that arouse positive emotions. The American Dream in line 6 is one of them. Adding to this patriotic theme, the phrase the „pursuit of that dream“ (Text, line 12) is a rephrasing from the Declaration of Independence. She also mentions „our American flag“(Text, line 16), a very important symbol in the USA.
Gemeinschaftsgefühl wecken
In her closing statement Jarrett again uses the patriotic theme and grounds her support for the immigration reform in „our heritage“(Text, line 38). Here she weaves in the narrative of America as a nation of immigrants.
Geschichtliche Verantworung
In correlation with the patriotic notion of „our American flag“(Text, line 16) it is visible that there is a frequent usage of including personal pronouns such as „our…us…we“. This is done to reinforce the patriotic feeling and to include the newly naturalized citizes.
Häufige Nutzung von wir, uns & unsere
Including personal pronouns are one way through which a feeling of unity can be transported. When Jarrett writes about why the reform is inevitable she mentions „our country's future, and […] the next generation“ (Text, line 38). Showing the responsibilty for the well being of the next generations and how this can only be achieved together and through the reform.
Zukunftsverantwortung
With all these patriotic items she is trying to conjure up a sense of unity. Furthermore, in the political discourse in the USA it is a common strategy to attack an opponents argument by saying it is un-American. Valerie Jarrett is building up a defense strategy in advance in case someone wants to play this card.
Präemptiv werden Argumente abgwehrt
#stylisticdevices#analysis
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Aufgabenstellung
3.
Choose one of the following tasks:
3.1
Using your knowledge about the American dream, discuss Jarrett’s claim that „America’s strength has always come from the rich diversity, and core decency“ (Text, line 39 f.).
Tipp
Bei dieser Aufgabe ist dein bereits vorhandenes Wissen wichtig. Du sollst dich kritisch mit dem Zitat aus dem Text von Valerie Jarrett auseinandersetzen. Du musst erst eine ausgewogene Argumentation präsentieren und diese mit deiner persönlichen Meinung abschließen.
Tipp
Bei dieser Aufgabe ist dein bereits vorhandenes Wissen wichtig. Du sollst dich kritisch mit dem Zitat aus dem Text von Valerie Jarrett auseinandersetzen. Du musst erst eine ausgewogene Argumentation präsentieren und diese mit deiner persönlichen Meinung abschließen.
If you had to pick one sentence from Valerie Jarrett's pro Immigration Reform text to sum up her point of view it would be „America’s strength has always come from the rich diversity, and core decency“(Text, line 39 f.). With these words she brings together motives as compromise, variety and moral strenght. These elements are also found in the definition of the American Dream.
Einleitung
Pro-Argumente
When the american colonies declared their independence from Great Britain in 1776 the 13 states were quite different from each other. A state dominated by Quakers as Pennsylvania was about to abolish slavery and could still find common ground with a slave holding society such as Virginia. Finding compromise even though there are many differences between groups are key factors for success and harmony. These factors allowed the newly found state to rise to its current position as a world power.
Notwendigkeit von Kompromissbereitschaft in einer multikulturellen Gesellschaft
Erfolgsgeschichte USA
As a world power America used its strenghts several times to fight dictatorships and to spread democracy. Rooted in a „core decency“ (Text, line 39 f.) America has freed Europe for example from the Nazi dictatorship.
Verantwortung
The dominating society group that exerted most influence over the USA during its founding phase were male White-Anglo-Saxon-Protestants. Their religion demanded a hard work ethic and public service. From this attitude derives the concept of the American Dream: You can make it here if you work hard.
WASP elite
Especially immigrants made the American Dream to their dream. Immigrants from all over the world took their chance in America to start businesses or made a career in politics. Valerie Jarrett herself was born in Persia or the former Mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani is a descendant of Italian immigrants.
Leistungen von Einwanderern
You can apply the „core decency“ (Text, line 39 f.) quote also to the judicial system in the US. Since its foundation citizens were able to sue and claim their rights. Making it possible for everyone to get justice and a fair case.
Wertigkeit der Rechtssicherheit
Here we have to insert a break and ask ourself, is all of that true? Is the American Dream available for everyone? Was everybody able to get a fair case in the American judicial system?
Contra-Argumente
Since the settlement of the American continent by european Nations non-whites have been discriminated or even thrown into slavery. It took until the Civil-Rights Movement in the 1960s and 1970s to get equal citizen rights to all Americans. To highlight how the systematicall discrimination worked, here is an example: Up until 1968 it was not unlawful to withhold an appartment to a possible tenant because of his race.
Systematischer Rassismus
This law was one of many which enabled the white majority to hold back other Americans. Even though the American Dream is a synonym for equal chances, the dreamt of equality is not a fact. To start a career with a high salary a degree from a prestigious college is necessary. If you or your family are able to pay the high tuition fees, you might be able to get into such a school. But the majority of Americans can not afford this.
Chancenungleichheit
Many Americans have even problem to pay for health insurance. At the same time there is close to no unemployment insurance provided by the state. If you are so unfortunate to have lost your job or get a serious diseas, chances are high you will end up homeless. On one hand it is lucrativ for a company if they do not have to contribute to welfare, on the other hand a worker is faced with huge problems if he is out of work for whatever reason.
Mangelnde soziale Absicherung
While looking at the quote and at where the text was published first, you have to keep in mind that it was written with a political aim. Valerie Jarrett wants to gain support for President Obama's Immigration Reform and politicals do not hesitate to twist the truth.
Schluss
Persönliche Meinung
Politische Agenda
It is untrue that „America's strength has […] come from the rich diversity“(Text, line 39 f.) but rather from the exploitation of minorities. This contradicts the apparent „core decency“ at the same time. The American Dream has always been janus-faced. Some groups were excluded from the start and the ones that still made it deserve even more respect. Respect because of the threats that could endanger you along the way. The chance to strike it rich is always accompanied by the threat of hitting rock bottom.
Große Chance verknüpft mit großem Risiko
or
#americandream#discussion
3.2
Imagine you have just immigrated to the USA and had to wait for your Green Card for a long time. Write a critical letter to Jarrett.
Tipp
Bevor du mit dieser kreativen Schreibaufgabe beginnst, solltest du dir detailliert die Person vorstellen, welche du in deinem Brief vertrittst. Diese Sichtweise gilt es dann einzuhalten. Es verleiht deinem Brief einiges an Wertigkeit wenn du dich kontinuierlich am Text von Valerie Jarrett orientierst.
Tipp
Bevor du mit dieser kreativen Schreibaufgabe beginnst, solltest du dir detailliert die Person vorstellen, welche du in deinem Brief vertrittst. Diese Sichtweise gilt es dann einzuhalten. Es verleiht deinem Brief einiges an Wertigkeit wenn du dich kontinuierlich am Text von Valerie Jarrett orientierst.
Dear Ms Jarrett,
as a newly arrived foreigner in your country I have to tell you that the Immigration Reform endorsed by you will not fix a thing. I find it honourable that you are trying to right what is wrong, but what is right and wrong? Is it right to come illegaly into the USA and then apply for pardoning? Or is it right to apply for a Green Card, then having to wait for nearly two years and then having to pay 1.000$?
Einleitung
Legale oder Illegale Einwanderung
As a citizen of Mexico I had to apply for a Green Card so I could work as a Food Scientist in Washington State. One year before I was through with my PhD Thesis at the University of Guadalajara I started to apply for the Green Card. At that point I could not imagine that it would take so long to get it done.
Frustration über zeitlichen Aufwand
Additionaly to all the time it consumed, I ask you Ms. Jarrett to understand that it did also cost a lot of money. During the strenuous process I more than once considered just flying to the US and staying there without papers. With your proposal I would maybe even get legalized after some time. I have to tell you it was very tempting and it is probably still tempting to many people out there. Especially if you look at the standard of living in the US, it is so peaceful and safe compared to many other countries around the world. Including my native country Mexico.
Einfacher Illegal als Legal?
Sicherheitslage im Heimatland
If you want to fix Immigration then create more efficient ways for people to come and work in the US. Kick those out that came in illegaly, that would be fair and a fix to what is broken. If I break a vase and I then say it is not broken, I have not fixed the problem.
Forderung nach schnellerer Visa Vergabe
Before you fix the United States Immigration process, you should seriously fix the prevailing racist attitude in your country. When I take public transportation to get to work people look at me like I am some kind of freak. This kind of behaviour is very frustrating. I can not see how the USA has moved into a colour-blind society since President Obama got elected.
Alltagsrassismus
If this kind of misbehaviour would be atleast restricted to my way to work, but it does follow me all the way to my desk. A co-worker asked me, „ If it was hard to cross the desert?“! Like I am some kind of crook who illegaly crossed the border. I get treated as a second-rate person. I do not see any reason why my pay check is significantly smaller than that of before mentioned co-worker. Except that he is an American citizen and I am not.
Situation Arbeitswelt
When I get home from work I just want to forget about things like that. It is close to a mockery that you mention in your blog that the real estate market would benefit from immigration and above all that people would pay higher prices for homes in neighborhoods hardest hit by the recession. You are basically suggesting that migrants should move to the Ghetto! I earn a decent wage and want to live in a tidy place.
Wohnungsmarkt
It was actually pretty hard to find a place like that. I had the impression landlords turned me already down after they had read "Carlos Fabian" on the letterhead. Now I have a nice place but most of my neighbors are Hispanics. Isn't it a promise that the US is a big melting pot, to me it looks more like a salad bowl.
Melting Pot vs. Salad Bowl
My hope is that the US holds its promise and I can stay for an unlimited period of time in the US. My ultimate goal is it to become a US citizen so I can stay outside of the country for as long as I want and still return. I can not imagine starting a family here, my future children then being US citzens and me still being an alien.
Wunsch nach Perspektive
I will keep on working hard so I can buy a house one day and start a family. I want to live my own American Dream! I hope that the next government will not change the current Immigration policy, but that it will provide me with a path to citizenship.
Wunsch nach Rechtssicherheit
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