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Wer kann ein Englisch Referat überprüfen? Bitte um Hilfe!

Frage: Wer kann ein Englisch Referat überprüfen? Bitte um Hilfe!
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Hallo Ihr Lieben!

Ich bin eine Mama und mit dem Englisch etwas aus der Übung.
Mein Sohn soll ein Referat in und auf Englisch halten bin aber nicht sicher ob alles so stimmt.

Wäre lieb wenn ich da Hilfe bekäme.
Frage von avola0 | am 12.04.2016 - 08:21


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Antwort von Zal | 12.04.2016 - 15:38
Thinking Putty or Silly Putty

Thinking Putty is a toy based on silicone and boron. It has depending force of different consistencies.

The History:

During the 2nd World War - Japan occupied many areas in the South Pacific,
where rubber trees were common.

Consequently America suffered under a shortage of natural rubber, which is specifically needed for the production of tires and gaskets.

Therefore, the US industry began to look for a natural rubber replacement.

In 1943, Earl Warrick focused on a previous experimen(ted) with compounds of silicon and carbon.

His research on developing a synthetic replacement for rubber gave the allies an advantage in the war.

Although towards (hört sich besser an) the end of the war he couldn`t find no a suitable replacement, he managed to form a (er hat es hinbekommen) bouncy plasticine based on silicone.

Today Thinking Putty is primarily known as a toy.

Sold by various manufacturers, it has many trade names such as Bouncing Putty, Tricky Putty, Potty Putty or Thinking Putty.

The putty is available in different varities, including a putty with colour changing properties through/via heat influence, putty with glitter effects, phosphorescent putty or ferromagnetic putty that responds with super magnets.

Physical properties:

As a so-called non-Newotonian fluid, the putty can change its viscosity, if there is an influence of gravity. If a small force is applied to the putty, like gravity, it will slowly melt. If you form it into a ball, it will bounce off the ground like a ball and if the force is strong enough for example a swing of a hammer, it will shatter into pieces. Compared to starch-based clay, another non-newotonian fluid, the Silly Putty will never dry out and wont become brittle. (never ist schon eine Verneinung, mit won`t wären es 2 in einem Satz)

Application:

The Thinking Putty is an excellent therapy-plasticine. It serves as an aid to unlearn many unpleasant addictions. The possibilities are very diverse.

In which areas can the intelligent plasticine be used?
  • In physiotherapy
  • In psychotherapy


  • On which diseases/circumstances can the putty be used on as an ease? (als eine Art Erleichterung)

    - After a stroke
    - After surgery or injury of hands
    - children with concentration problems
    - and more

    What are the positive aspects of using a putty?

    - Promote the mobility of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - Promote blood circulation (by intensive kneading)
    - Strengthening of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - and much more ...

    Is the putty toxic?

    The putty meets the current EU standards EN 71 part 1, 2 and 3, which guarantee the safety of toys.

    Intelligent putty is completely non-toxic and harmless. It does not contain latex or wheat connections, hence there are no concerns for people, who are allergic to these substances.

    Für eine 9.Klasse ist es ganz gut.


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    Antwort von sophiemarie | 12.04.2016 - 13:07
    Bis wann hat er denn Zeit und was ist das Thema? Welche Klasse ist er? :)


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    Antwort von avola0 | 12.04.2016 - 13:13
    Hallo,

    mein Sohn ist in der 9. Klasse Realschule.

    Das Referat ist schon fertig, es würde mich beruhigen wenn jemand nur noch probe liest.

    Morgen muss er es halten.
    Ich finde es nicht schlecht, nur Grammatik bin ich nicht in Übung.


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    Antwort von Zal | 12.04.2016 - 14:21
    Fügen Sie das Referat hier ein, damit es angeguckt und eventuell verbessert werden kann.


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    Antwort von avola0 | 12.04.2016 - 14:41
    Hier das Referat.


    Thinking Putty or Silly Putty

    Thinking Putty is a toy based on Silicone with Boron. They had depending force of different consistencies.

    The History:

    During the 2nd World War - Japan occupied many areas in the South Pacific, where rubber trees were common.

    Consequently America suffered under a shortage of natural rubber, which is specifically needed for the production of tires and gaskets.

    Therefore, the US industry began to look for the natural rubber replacement.

    In 1943, Earl Warrick was concentrated on a previous experimented with compounds of silicon and carbon.

    His research on developing a synthetic replacement for rubber gives the Allies an advantage in the War.

    Although to the end of the war he could found no suitable replacement, but one of his research was a bouncy plasticine based on silicone.

    Today thinking putty is primarily known as a toy.

    Sold by various manufacturers, it has many trade names such as Bouncing Putty, Tricky Putty, Potty Putty or Thinking Putty.

    The Putty is available in different variants, including putty with colour changing properties by heat influence, putty with glitter effects, phosphorescent putty or Ferromagnetic putty that responds with Super Magnets.

    Physical properties:

    As a so-called non-Newotonian fluid, the putty can change its viscosity, if there is an influenc of gravity. If a small force is applied to the putty , like gravity , it will slowly melt. If you form it into
    a ball, it will bounce of the ground like a ball and if the force is strong enough for example a swing
    of a hammer it will fragmented into pieces. Compared to starch-based clay, another non-newotonian
    fluid, silly putty will never dry out and wont get brittle.

    Application:

    The thinking putty is an excellent therapy-plasticine. It serves as an aid to unlearn many unpleasant addictions. The possibilities are really diverse.

    In which areas can the Intelligent plasticine be used?
    • In Physiotherapy
    • In psychotherapy


    What diseases the Putty can help?

    - After a stroke
    - After surgery or injury of hands
    - children with concentration problems
    - and more

    What can cause the Putty?

    - Promote the mobility of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - Promote blood circulation (by intensive kneading)
    - Strengthening of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - and much more ...

    Is the putty toxic?

    The Putty meets the current EU standards EN 71 part 1, 2 and 3, which guarantee the safety of toys.

    Intelligent Putty is completely non-toxic and harmless. It does not contain latex or wheat connections, so there are no concerns for people who are allergic to these substances.


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    Antwort von Zal | 12.04.2016 - 15:38
    Thinking Putty or Silly Putty

    Thinking Putty is a toy based on silicone and boron. It has depending force of different consistencies.

    The History:

    During the 2nd World War - Japan occupied many areas in the South Pacific,
    where rubber trees were common.

    Consequently America suffered under a shortage of natural rubber, which is specifically needed for the production of tires and gaskets.

    Therefore, the US industry began to look for a natural rubber replacement.

    In 1943, Earl Warrick focused on a previous experimen(ted) with compounds of silicon and carbon.

    His research on developing a synthetic replacement for rubber gave the allies an advantage in the war.

    Although towards (hört sich besser an) the end of the war he couldn`t find no a suitable replacement, he managed to form a (er hat es hinbekommen) bouncy plasticine based on silicone.

    Today Thinking Putty is primarily known as a toy.

    Sold by various manufacturers, it has many trade names such as Bouncing Putty, Tricky Putty, Potty Putty or Thinking Putty.

    The putty is available in different varities, including a putty with colour changing properties through/via heat influence, putty with glitter effects, phosphorescent putty or ferromagnetic putty that responds with super magnets.

    Physical properties:

    As a so-called non-Newotonian fluid, the putty can change its viscosity, if there is an influence of gravity. If a small force is applied to the putty, like gravity, it will slowly melt. If you form it into a ball, it will bounce off the ground like a ball and if the force is strong enough for example a swing of a hammer, it will shatter into pieces. Compared to starch-based clay, another non-newotonian fluid, the Silly Putty will never dry out and wont become brittle. (never ist schon eine Verneinung, mit won`t wären es 2 in einem Satz)

    Application:

    The Thinking Putty is an excellent therapy-plasticine. It serves as an aid to unlearn many unpleasant addictions. The possibilities are very diverse.

    In which areas can the intelligent plasticine be used?
  • In physiotherapy
  • In psychotherapy


  • On which diseases/circumstances can the putty be used on as an ease? (als eine Art Erleichterung)

    - After a stroke
    - After surgery or injury of hands
    - children with concentration problems
    - and more

    What are the positive aspects of using a putty?

    - Promote the mobility of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - Promote blood circulation (by intensive kneading)
    - Strengthening of the fingers, hands and forearm muscles
    - and much more ...

    Is the putty toxic?

    The putty meets the current EU standards EN 71 part 1, 2 and 3, which guarantee the safety of toys.

    Intelligent putty is completely non-toxic and harmless. It does not contain latex or wheat connections, hence there are no concerns for people, who are allergic to these substances.

    Für eine 9.Klasse ist es ganz gut.


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    Antwort von Zal | 12.04.2016 - 15:53
    Ich habe auch kurz beim überfliegen die Groß-und Kleinscheibung angeschaut (nur überflogen), auch wenn es ein Referat ist. Es kann sein, dass er es abgeben muss, damit auch diese Sache einigermaßen richtig gechrieben ist und die Fehler sich nicht anhäufen.


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    Antwort von avola0 | 12.04.2016 - 17:40
    Danke für die Hilfe! DANKE!

    Was haltet ihr inhaltlich vom Referat?
    Ich persönlich finds ganz gut.
    Bin aber auch die Mama


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    Antwort von Zal | 12.04.2016 - 19:35
    Ich würde es als ein ungewöhnliches Thema ansehen. Es ist inhaltlich vielleicht ein wenig schwer für den einen oder anderen es nachzuvollziehen (physikalische Größen, Werkstoffkunde usw). Sollten die Grundlagen vermittelt worden sein, so sollte es passen.

    Sollte er diese Kneten zufällig besitzen, um diese zu visualisieren, wäre es natürlich umso besser. Es ist oft sehr wünschenswert, Gegenstände rumzugeben, um das Verständnis bzgl eines Themas richtig rüberzubringen oder diese mit Bildern/Videos zu gliedern.

    Wenn ihm das Thema aber gefällt und darüber was halten möchte, so muss der Lehrer es auch akzeptieren und fair benoten. Inhaltlich wie gesagt ist es gut.


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    Antwort von avola0 | 12.04.2016 - 19:45
    Hallo!

    Das Thema durften sie aus eine Auswahl aussuchen.

    Ich habe 2 Stück im Spielwarenladen besorgt.

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