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Berlin/die Großstadt
Georg Grosz: Friedrichstrasse in den 20ern
Du findest das Bild im Berlinkompendium (S. 6 im PDF): 1. Wähle 3 Personen auf dem Bild aus und beschreibe sie. 1.

Die erste Person sieht aus wie eine Obdachlose. Er sitzt auf der Straße mit seinem Hut und bettelt um Geld. Er sieht wirklich erschöpft. Es ist nach dem ersten Weltkrieg, so gab es wirtschaftliche Probleme in der Gesellschaft.


Diese Person sieht wirklich hinterhältig und Er sieht wirklich schlau. Viele Menschen haben nicht viele Geld, und gezwungen war, zu stehlen.


Die Letzte Person, die aussieht wie ein Polizist. Er sieht wirklich verwirrt. Vielleicht ist es, weil es so viele Menschen. Er ist da, um zu kümmern sich um all die anderen.

2. Welchen Gesamteindruck bekommst du von der Großstadt, wenn du dieses Bild siehst? Begründe deinen Eindruck (Analyse)!
Dieses Bild sieht sehr gestresst aus. Es ist in Deutschland an der Friedrichstraße. Es gibt sehr viele Leute an einem Ort zusammen. Das Bild ist gemalt nach dem ersten Weltkrieg. Nach dem ersten Weltkrieg war Deutschland geprägt durch die schlechte Wirtschaftslage, Arbeitslosigkeit und politischen Dissens. Sie können auch sehen, aus dem Bild. Es sind Obdachlose und Straßenhändler. Es sieht nicht wie ein Ort, den ich würde sein wollen.

3. Beschreibe mit Hilfe von Modalverben dein Verhältnis zu der Großstadt Aarhus.
Was kann man in Aarhus? Was soll/muss man in Aarhus? Was darf man in Aarhus? Was magst du an Aarhus? Was willst du in Aarhus (erleben)?
Ich denke, dass Aarhus ist eine schöne Stadt. Ich Lebe in Aarhus, seit ich geboren wurde, und ich Liebe Aarhus. Ich kaufe oft in Aarhus mit meinen Freundinnen oder der Familie. Ich gehe auch zur Schule in Aarhus. Sie können so viele verschiedene Aktivitäten in Aarhus.

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