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Teil 1

Reading for Gist

Read the following headings and texts and do the tasks.
Find the appropriate heading for each text. Then write the corresponding letter (A, B, C, etc.) in the box on the right-hand side of each text.
There is only one correct solution per item.
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Headings:
A.
Keeping traditions alive
B.
Rich by chance
C.
Today's youth refuses religion
D.
Running wild in public
E.
Unforgettable moment for animal and child
F.
Zoo offers chance to play with baby animals
G.
Long-term strategy finally successful
H.
Clever pet discovers how to use a phone
I.
Unusual use of technical feature
J.
Unwanted customer inside store
Text 1
In Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, a pensioner was in danger when an angry goat ran amok in front of the local grocery shop. Mr. Smyth, the manager, explained how the drama began when the goat was denied entry into the store. He said: "I thought it was the bread man but when I turned around I just saw this massive goat standing on its two hind legs. It seemed like it wanted to come into the shop and was looking straight at me. It was running around the parking lot, chasing customers and jumping up on cars. It also butted one of our regular customers, Bill, who comes early every morning to get his newspaper. We had to quickly open the doors and drag Bill inside. The rampage was finally stopped when the animal's owner grabbed it by the horns and took it away.
Heading:
Text 2
A Japanese pet owner discovered that her iPhone's Touch ID can be unlocked using her hedgehog's paw print. A video posted on Twitter by user @ha_ri_a shows the woman repeatedly placing her hedgehog's paw on the home button of an iPhone 7 to register the animal's print for Touch ID. The phone allows the hedgehog's paw print to be registered and the woman shows how her pet can now unlock the phone with its paw. The Touch ID system was designed for a human finger, but the Twitter user wasn't the first to find it can register other things - an Oregon tech blogger using the first generation of Touch ID for the iPhone 5s was able to unlock his phone using the print from his nose.
Heading:
Text 3
The New Jersey Lottery announced that a player won the $ \$ $1 million jackpot. The man who won the jackpot only had the winning ticket because of a cashier's error. Robin Chauhen, 28, co-owner of the store, said her mother sold the winning ticket to the player, a 70-year-old man who is a regular customer. She said the man usually picks his own numbers for the lottery, but her mother accidentally sold him a quick pick ticket, which turned out to be the winner. "Money's not everything but he said he's very happy about it," Chauhen told the Asbury Park Press.
Heading:
Text 4
The Amish are the fastest growing religious group in the US. By 2050, there will be about one million Amish living in the country. Today, there are about a quarter of a million Amish living in the US and Canada. One of the reasons for such a rapid growth is that they have the highest birth rates in the country. They raise their children according to religious values, and their family traditions are not broken. However, as their traditional farmland is getting scarcer more and more of them have to find a new home to practice their religion. Especially younger Amish are leaving their traditional home states in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana and are moving west where land is still available.
Heading:
Text 5
A visitor to a Georgia zoo filmed a touching encounter. Her 11-month-old godson dressed in a lion costume and bonded with real lions through the glass of their enclosure. Cami Fanning posted the video on YouTube. The lions were immediately interested in our little lion cub, and it wasn't long before they couldn't stand their curiosity any longer and came right up to the glass. The kid touches the glass with his little hand and a few seconds later one of the lions does the same even following when the brave youngster crawls away along the ledge outside the glass wall.
Heading:
#reading

Reading for Detail

The following article deals with an author and an unusual story he has to tell. Read the article and do the task.
James Bowen and his street cat
If the last three years of my life have taught me anything, it is to expect the unexpected. Since swapping my job as a sales person for the charity newspaper The Big Issue for life as an author in 2012, it has felt like every day has been a source of surprise.
So when I travelled to Germany on my first book tour I knew that A Street Cat Named Bob, the book I wrote about my life-changing friendship with a ginger tomcat I met eight years ago, has been a huge bestseller in Germany, selling more than 1.5 million copies. But I had no idea of the impact the story had made there.
The first clue came in Berlin when I was walking through a quiet park with Bob and heard voices shouting "Bob, Bob!". I saw that it was a group of children sitting in a circle in the distance, and I simply thought they were playing some game. I shrugged my shoulders, thinking "Bob" must be a German word.
But then the same thing happened as we strolled around the city. Yet more schoolchildren appeared and this time they approached us, all eager to meet Bob. It was only when a teacher told me they recognized us from the classroom that I realized what was happening. To my amazement, I learned that a shortened edition of A Street Cat Named Bob is being used by German schools as a standard textbook for learning English.
Bob and I are back in London now. In a few weeks we will begin filming - a movie based on the book. Former James Bond director Roger Spottiswood is making the movie with the brilliant young British actor Luke Treadaway playing me. I accepted - even though I would have preferred seeing it as an animated movie.
We are obviously in the hands of the production team, and Roger Spottiswood in particular, but there's a strong possibility that Bob and I will make guest appearances in the film. Vov is not a trained 'actor' and the demands of being on a busy film set for seven intense weeks would be too much for him. I would not put him through it. He is also too old to play his younger self in the film, which is set when we first met back in 2007, eight years ago. So a group of cats that look like Bob have been specially trained in Vancouver, Canada, for the past few months.
More importantly, however, I hope that the film allows me to continue giving something back to the people who have helped me and Bob. I work regularly to support the homeless and animal charities, from The Big Issue Foundation to Blue Cross but I have also started my own project. I have raised more than £150,000 via a crowdfunding platform so that I can attempt to open a café where I also hope to run educational courses on caring for cats and animal welfare in general.
Getting the project off the ground has been incredibly hard, and the next phase - finding, obtaining and opening premises - will be the hardest. I am determined to give it my best shot however.
My life remains a busy and exciting one. I will be back 'on the road' again this fall and winter. A new children's picture book, Bob to the Rescue , has just been published and I will be travelling around the country doing signings for the paperback edition. Appropriately, the first will be held at Waterstones bookshop in Islington, near Angel Tube station where I used to sell The Big Issue with Bob at my side.
Tick the solution. There is only one solution per item.
1.
James Bowen went to Germany in order to
get ideas for a follow-up of his book 'A Street Cat Named Bob'.
meet his fans and sign autographs and read parts of his book.
check out opportunities to work for a German newspaper.
2.
The children in Berlin knew James' cat Bob
from the book they were reading at school.
from a popular children's game they liked.
from a German TV series they watched.
3.
James iis going to work with a film director who plans to
get James and Bob to play the leading roles.
have the main roles played by professionals.
tell James' and Bob's story in an animated movie.
4.
James Bowen is grateful to his supporters and hopes to
found a charity for homeless people with animals.
help them to start with their own small projects.
find a place to offer lessons on animal care.
5.
In the near future James Bowen will
write a new children's picture book.
advertise his work nationwide.
go back to selling charity newspapers.

Selective Reading

You are planning a family visit to the Saint Louis Science Center in the United States.
Read the items and find the information you need in the text.
RRP GALLERY
Discover how energy becomes electricity and and learn why energy efficiency makes a difference. Learn the different forms that energy can take, what physical laws govern energy and get a hands-on experience with generating electricity and building electrical grids!
The gallery for our Responsible Resources Project (RRP) presents alternate methods of electrical generation and ideas to conserve energy. It features exhibits that show how wind, coal and solar power are converted to electricity and interactive stations that explain the energy efficiency of new and old appliances. Learn the pros and cons of electric vehicles, biofuels and combustion engines.
THE HUMAN ADVENTURE
Sight, smell, sound, perception and reality - the human body and the systems that help us relate tot he world around us is a fascinating machine.
Spend some time with the fun and interactive exhibits in The Human Adventure and learn more about your own brain, mind and body, and how they navigate the world around you. Your senses and memory are the results of some complicated processes, but these fun exhibits will help you learn more about what makes them work. See how your hearing, memory and vision stack up against your friends and family and then learn the reasons behind those differences. It is all part of the Human Adventures.
The Human Adventure is located on the first floor of the Science Center.
PLANETARIUM SHOWS
THE JAMES S MCDONNELL PLANETARIUM HAS REOPENED WITH NEWER, BRIGHTER STARS!
Shows are hourly on the half hour and include a 25 minute Dark Sky Planetarium Show in the Orthwein StarBay.
A self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space is offered directly after each show. All Boeing Space Station exhibit areas are closed during the dark sky Planetarium Shows.
We have breakfast and lunch options avalaible. Start your visit to the Saint Louis Science Center with breakfast in the Loft Café inside the Planetarium building, next to the OMNIMAX® Theater. As early as 9 am, come enjoy a hearty breakfast with complimentary coffee, juice and water. Then stick around for the 10 or 11 am film playing in the OMNIMAX®.
Breakfast and a Movie is available for everybody. We ask that you make reservations at least 7 days in advance.
Cost: $ \$ $14 Child/Seniors. $ \$ $15 Adults.
10 person minimum
FOOD & DRINK
If you are planning on bringing your own food to the Science Center, you're premitted to eat outside of the Planetarium in Forest Park. Only food bought on the premises can be consumed inside.
The Science Center has three different locations that offer a variety of food and drinks, including sandwiches, salads, pizza and much more.
Food Service is available 12:30pm until 4pm Monday through Saturday and 13:30pm to 5:30pm on Sundays. Visitors can enjoy the meals and snacks they bought in two sitting areas next to the Energizer Ball Machine.
CAN I TAKE PICTURES IN THE SCIENCE CENTER?
Yes, photography is permitted with the exception of specified areas or exhibitions. Most of the times traveling special exhibitions do not allow photography within the actual exhibition space.
Commercial photographers or videographers are advised to contact our media relations department.
CONVENIENCE
In case you run out of money there is an ATM located in the front lobby near the Information Desk at the entrance.
Lockers are available for 25 cents on the Lower Level.
The Explore Store has products for kids of all ages.
Tick the right solution. There is only one solution per item.
1.
One of the people in your group uses a wheelchair. A special car park for visitors with wheelchairs can be found
at the planetarium.
on the Boeing Hall parking deck.
in one of the main parking areas.
2.
You would like to start your visit with a morning meal.
You have to book your breakfast in advance.
You cannot eat in the Planetarium building.
You can have breakfast before 9 am.
3.
You would like to have a look at a space station
You can do this during the Planetarium Show.
You can go there after the Dark Sky Planetarium Show.
You can join a guided toour every half hour.
4.
Your parents want to bring their own packed lunch.
They can eat it in Forest Park.
They can eat it near the Energizer Ball Machine.
They cannot bring their own packed lunch to the Science Center.
5.
For travelling inside Forest Park,
there are a number of bus routes.
there is a park and ride system.
there are reduced family tickets.
6.
You are interested in the Mission Mars exhibition. There you can
drive and build a Mars vehicle.
have a talk with astronauts about life on Mars.
help design a future NASA laboratory.
7.
If you need cash, you will find a cash machine
on the lower level.
in the food area.
close to the entrance.
8.
You would like to know what the Teen Science Café is. There you can
find out how scientists work.
watch how teenagers present projects.
see films about famous scientists .
9.
For information on environmental issues, you should visit
the Mission Mars exhibition.
the RRP Gallery.
the Human Adventure exhibition.
10.
You want to take photos in the Science Park
It is not allowed to take photos in the Science Center.
All visitors have to ask for permission.
Photography is generally allowed; signs show where it is not possible.
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Part 1

Reading for Gist

Read the following headings and texts and do the tasks.
Find the appropriate heading for each text. Then write the corresponding letter (A, B, C, etc.) in the box on the right-hand side of each text.
There is only one correct solution per item.
$\blacktriangleright\;$ Headings:
A.
Keeping traditions alive
B.
Rich by chance
C.
Today's youth refuses religion
D.
Running wild in public
E.
Unforgettable moment for animal and child
F.
Zoo offers chance to play with baby animals
G.
Long-term strategy finally successful
H.
Clever pet discovers how to use a phone
I.
Unusual use of technical feature
J.
Unwanted customer inside store
Text 1
In Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, a pensioner was in danger when an angry goat ran amok in front of the local grocery shop. Mr. Smyth, the manager, explained how the drama began when the goat was denied entry into the store. He said: "I thought it was the bread man but when I turned around I just saw this massive goat standing on its two hind legs. It seemed like it wanted to come into the shop and was looking straight at me." It was running around the parking lot, chasing customers and jumping up on cars. It also butted one of our regular customers, Bill, who comes early every morning to get his newspaper. We had to quickly open the doors and drag Bill inside. The rampage was finally stopped when the animal's owner grabbed it by the horns and took it away.
Heading: D
Text 2
A Japanese pet owner discovered that her iPhone's Touch ID can be unlocked using her hedgehog's paw print. A video posted on Twitter by user @ha_ri_a shows the woman repeatedly placing her hedgehog's paw on the home button of an iPhone 7 to register the animal's print for Touch ID. The phone allows the hedgehog's paw print to be registered and the woman shows how her pet can now unlock the phone with its paw. The Touch ID system was designed for a human finger, but the Twitter user wasn't the first to find it can register other things - an Oregon tech blogger using the first generation of Touch ID for the iPhone 5S was able to unlock his phone using the print from his nose.
Heading: I
Text 3
The New Jersey Lottery announced that a player won the $ \$ $1 million jackpot. The man who won the jackpot only had the winning ticket because of a cashier's error. Robin Chauhen, 28, co-owner of the store, said her mother sold the winning ticket to the player, a 70-year-old man who is a regular customer. She said the man usually picks his own numbers for the lottery, but her mother accidentally sold him a quick pick ticket, which turned out to be the winner. "Money's not everything but he said he's very happy about it," Chauhen told the Asbury Park Press.
Heading: B
Text 4
The Amish are the fastest growing religious group in the US. By 2050, there will be about one million Amish living in the country. Today, there are about a quarter of a million Amish living in the US and Canada. One of the reasons for such a rapid growth is that they have the highest birth rates in the country. They raise their children according to religious values, and their family traditions are not broken. However, as their traditional farmland is getting scarcer more and more of them have to find a new home to practice their religion. Especially younger Amish are leaving their traditional home states in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana and are moving west where land is still available.
Heading: A
Text 5
A visitor to a Georgia zoo filmed a touching encounter. Her 11-month-old godson dressed in a lion costume and bonded with real lions through the glass of their enclosure. Cami Fanning posted the video on YouTube. The lions were immediately interested in our little lion cub, and it wasn't long before they couldn't stand their curiosity any longer and came right up to the glass. The kid touches the glass with his little hand and a few seconds later one of the lions does the same even following when the brave youngster crawls away along the ledge outside the glass wall.
Heading: E

Reading for Detail

Tick the solution. There is only one solution per item.
1.
James Bowen went to Germany in order to
get ideas for a follow-up of his book 'A Street Cat Named Bob'.
meet his fans and sign autographs and read parts of his book.
check out opportunities to work for a German newspaper.
2.
The children in Berlin knew James' cat Bob
from the book they were reading at school.
from a popular children's game they liked.
from a German TV series they watched.
3.
James is going to work with a film director who plans to
get James and Bob to play the leading roles.
have the main roles played by professionals.
tell James' and Bob's story in an animated movie.
4.
James Bowen is grateful to his supporters and hopes to
found a charity for homeless people with animals.
help them to start with their own small projects.
find a place to offer lessons on animal care.
5.
In the near future James Bowen will
write a new children's picture book.
advertise his work nationwide.
go back to selling charity newspapers.

Selective Reading

Tick the right solution. There is only one solution per item.
1.
One of the people in your group uses a wheelchair. A special car park for visitors with wheelchairs can be found
at the planetarium.
on the Boeing Hall parking deck.
in one of the main parking areas.
2.
You would like to start your visit with a morning meal.
You have to book your breakfast in advance.
You cannot eat in the Planetarium building.
You can have breakfast before 9 am.
3.
You would like to have a look at a space station
You can do this during the Planetarium Show.
You can go there after the Dark Sky Planetarium Show.
You can join a guided tour every half hour.
4.
Your parents want to bring their own packed lunch.
They can eat it in Forest Park.
They can eat it near the Energizer Ball Machine.
They cannot bring their own packed lunch to the Science Center.
5.
For travelling inside Forest Park,
there are a number of bus routes.
there is a park and ride system.
there are reduced family tickets.
6.
You are interested in the Mission Mars exhibition. There you can
drive and build a Mars vehicle.
have a talk with astronauts about life on Mars.
help design a future NASA laboratory.
7.
If you need cash, you will find a cash machine
on the lower level.
in the food area.
close to the entrance.
8.
You would like to know what the Teen Science Café is. There you can
find out how scientists work.
watch how teenagers present projects.
see films about famous scientists .
9.
For information on environmental issues, you should visit
the Mission Mars exhibition.
the RRP Gallery.
the Human Adventure exhibition.
10.
You want to take photos in the Science Park
It is not allowed to take photos in the Science Center.
All visitors have to ask for permission.
Photography is generally allowed; signs show where it is not possible.
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