1 Lösungen Hören Englisch (HLFS) 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 (HLFS) 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 (HLFS) HT 2012/13 3 Task 1: The necessity of internet access Key 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 G E A H K L F J B D Justifications 0/G The speaker says: More and more, having access to the internet is becoming a basic necessity for everyday life. The correct answer is G (become a basic requirement of everyday life). Q1/E The speaker says: But more than a third of Philadelphia residents don t have internet access in their homes. The correct answer is E (have access to the internet). Q2/A The speaker says: And at the same time that many households can t afford the bills for internet access or a computer, electricity is also said to become more expensive across Pennsylvania in the next year. The correct answer is A (will increase). Q3/H The speaker says: [ ] and in a lot of the classes, we were not able to get our homework unless we go on the internet to access the homework. The teachers put homework online and if we don t go online and get it, we won t know what the homework is. The correct answer is H (be able to do their assignments). Q4/K The speaker says: Philadelphia student union members did a survey of their school, and they found that they had only four working computers in the whole school for a total of 500 students to share. The correct answer is K (are only a few computers for a lot of learners). Q5/L The speaker says: Fight works with many people who struggle with many things, aside from their HIV diagnosis. They struggle with intense poverty, often homelessness or unstable housing, they struggle with often mental illness, addiction, incarceration. The correct answer is L (have various kinds of problems). Q6/F The speaker says: She gave another example for the importance of internet access for poor communities: One of the things that, in the early HIV and AIDS epidemic, that happened, was that people actually used, activists used the internet very very early on to share information and learn about how to, like, find out new cures [ ] and information that was absolutely necessary for them to live. The correct answer is F (gather and distribute news).
4 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 4 Q7/J The speaker says: And Fight provided that service up until about a year and a half ago, connecting over about people in 15 years to the internet. The correct answer is J (supplied internet for thousands of Philadelphians). Q8/B The speaker says: The structure of our society will change, and those people who do not have access will not have access to the infrastructure of society. The correct answer is B (will lead to exclusion from society). Q9/D The speaker says: Wages in the US have not gone up since the 1970s, but the cost of basic necessities from food to rent to energy has been increasing steadily. The correct answer is D (have not increased). Task 2: Online shopping boosts economy before Christmas Key 0 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 F H B G J E D C Justifications 0/F The speakers say: AUDIE CORNISH, host: "According to spending polls, which tracks retails sales, Americans spent about $584 billion in the 50 days leading up to Christmas." ROBERT SIEGEL, host: "That amount is not all in gifts. It does include things like gasoline and food. But it's an increase of 5.5 percent over the same period last year. The correct answer is F (more money than the previous year). Q10/H The speaker says: And that is the biggest gain since Online sales saw an even bigger boost this holiday season with a 15.4 percent increase over last year. The correct answer is H (increased much more than shopping in general). Q11/B The speaker says: Well, we were spending a lot of it on clothes, certainly. [ ] Computers, obviously, brands like Apple continue to gain. The correct answer is B (fashion and electronics). Q12/G The speaker says: Well, basically online sales now make up about six to seven percent of overall retail sales. The correct answer is G (are made via the internet).
5 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 5 Q13/J The speaker says: Even myself, I went into Rockefeller Center this week. I pulled out my smartphone. There was a Lego sale. I noticed immediately that it was much cheaper on Amazon. People are going to be doing that more and more, standing in the stores and actually comparing prices. The correct answer is J (they are out shopping). Q14/E The speaker says: I think it also is something that may be troubling in terms of job growth, and especially when you look at commercial retail. Basically what's happened in the real estate sector suggests that perhaps this is still a country that is, quote, over-stored. There are chances we're going to see more store closures, as more Americans feel comfortable just doing a lot of their shopping by computer. The correct answer is E (will go out of business). Q15/D The speaker says: Because shopping online employs fewer people on the other end, and it requires less high-rent commercial retail space. Towards the end of the text, the speaker adds: We re taking jobs away from the people who used to fold our sweaters for us and used to check out our goods. The correct answer is D (will not be needed anymore). Q16/C The speaker says: When you look at survey after survey, consumers who shop online tend to report higher satisfaction levels. The correct answer is C (they are content with the service). Task 3: A new kind of snowboard pants Key 0 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 Q23 C B A A D D B C Justifications 0/C The speaker says: You may not be able to attack the side of a mountain like the snowboarder Shaun White but you can at least attempt to look like the Olympic gold medalist. This fall, for $250, you'll be able to get a pair of the snowboard pants that he and the U.S. team wore at the Vancouver Olympics, the ones that you may have thought were ripped up jeans. The correct answer is C (buy pants that look torn). A is not correct because you just have to wear the pants, not the entire outfit. B is not correct because the pants cost $250. D is not correct because it says that snowboarding well is not a precondition. Q17/B The speaker says: They were based, actually, on a pair of my own denim, one of my favorite pairs. The correct answer is B (a pair of pants that belonged to him). A is not correct because Shaun White is mentioned as the person who wore the new snowboard pants. C is not correct because it just says that the jeans are high tech, and that they were based on his own. D is not correct because the jeans look as if they had been taken out of the laundry basket.
6 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 6 Q18/A The speaker says: And through a process called photo sublimation, we were actually able to print them onto a very sort of high tech Gore-Tex fabric. The correct answer is A (a highly developed product). B is not correct because it does not say that all girls will like them. C is not correct because it just says that they look like a pair of jeans. D is not correct because it does not say that they are ideal for older snowboarders. Q19/A The speaker says: You actually take a picture of an actual full pair of denim, almost like a giant photograph. And then through a process of extreme heat, you actually print a photograph directly onto a pair of pants. The correct answer is A (use high temperatures). B is not correct because bright colors are not mentioned. C is not correct because you need to have a giant photograph, but it does not say that it has to be waterproof. D is not correct because the picture is printed onto high-tech Gore-Tex material. Q20/D The speaker says: We wanted to do something that was really very American, but again, was very true to snowboarding and this idea of there's nothing more quintessential or iconic to American fashion is a great pair of jeans. The correct answer is D (believed the style of them is typical of the USA). A is not correct because it does not say that Shaun White asked them to do so. B is not correct because it says they wanted to do something American, but the team is not mentioned. C is not correct because it does not say that they wanted to challenge other companies, but that the making was a challenge. Q21/D The speaker says: And we just received hundreds of calls from consumers and initially we weren't planning on selling the pant, but being a rider-driven company, we really want to do things that our customers want us to do. The correct answer is D (customer demand). A is not correct because the fashion trend is not mentioned. B is not correct because no kids are mentioned. C is not correct because the effort they put into them is not mentioned as a reason for selling the pants. Q22/B The speaker says: 250, that's right. And I think anyone that sort of gets them will be incredibly happy with not only the aesthetic of them, but the performance on them. The correct answer is B (their fantastic quality). A is not correct because it does not mention the number of pants produced. C is not correct because it does not say that people like them because of the Olympics. D is not correct because it does not say that people like them because of the label but because they are something different.
7 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 7 Q23/C The speaker says: No, I made very, very clear that those that pair of jeans had to come back intact. The correct answer is C (had to be returned undamaged). A is not correct because it does not say that they are exhibited but they are still worn. B is not correct because it says that they are still in rotation and an essential part of the speaker s wardrobe. D is not correct because they are still worn by their owner. Task 4: Dr. Auma Obama: Yes she can! Key accepted 0 a big organization Q24 boxing sport boxing female boxing girl(s) boxing boxing for girls girls learn boxing box courses use boxing for sport Q25 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 Q26 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 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
8 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 8 Q27 Q28 Q29 Q30 funds and supports 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 making fans education pay teacher working with 500 girls growing be a partner professional training encouraging the girls working with them together 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
9 Lösungen Hören E (HLFS) HT 2012/13 9 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 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 do a lot better make it better live a better life get it right world better place Justifications 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 [...]. Q24 Auma Obama says: The organization is called Box Girls because they actually box. The girls use boxing as their sport. Q25 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. Q26 Auma Obama says: [ ] we work with them together, we we fund, we get funds so that they can do projects [ ]. Q27 Auma 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. Q28 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 [...]. Q29 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 [...]. Q30 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.