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Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 11 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission
Anglistics Study Programme TEKST 1 Deca iz siromasnijih delova centra grada (Innner city) se suocavaju sa mnogobrojnim problemima i poteskocama. Ova deca cesto nemaju uobicajeno detinjstvo jer im roditelji mozda rade prekovremeno ponekad nema nikoga kod kuce posle podne. Nije neuobicajeno da ih vidimo kako tumaraju ulicama u kraju u kome zive I cesto upadaju u nevelje iz dosade. Programi posebne podrske koji uce vaznim vestinama osmisljeni su kako bi motivisali I inspirisali ove mlade ljude. Na primer, liderske vestine, izmedju ostalog, mogu da im pomognu da napreduju u zivotu. Ove vestine ce dobro doci da pomognu mladim ljudima da se nose sa odnosima I pristiscima vrsnjaka. Mladi imaju priliku da upoznaju druge ljude i ponekad se razvijaju priijateljstva. Stoga, ovi programi podrske mogu da pomognu mladima da razviju osecaj samopostovanja, nade i da se osecaju optimisticnije u vezi sa buducnoscu. Key words: economically disadvantaged/lower income residential districts/Inner City problems/hardships/difficulties/suffering/distress/misfortune Work overtime/ work long hours To wander/stroll/roam/ramble (ways of leisurely or aimless walking) Come in handy/useful/be of use Develop/make/strike up/form friendships Self-worth/self-esteem/self-respect Feel optimistc/hopeful/positive
Anglistics Study Programme Prevedite teskst i obratite paznju na upotrebu inverzije Only occasionally did she find herself reading someone else’s newspaper, over their shoulder, as she sat in the station waiting room. Mostly she was just not very interested, nor was she willing to risk getting caught. Why is it so embarrassing to get caught doing that, she wonders to herself. It isn’t against the law or anything. But facing her today was something that really caught her attention. One of our greatest fears in modern life, the headline said, was having to speak in public. The article offered ways to develop your confidence. Seldom, had she ever had to speak to an audience, but it was her turn to give a ten minute presentation in her Spanish class that afternoon. Not only would she have to speak to an audience, she would have to do it in a foreign language. She felt the room getting hotter and she leaned forward to get a closer look. Suddenly blocking her view was part of a large black beard and the big nose of the newspaper’s owner. Oops. Oh, here comes my train, she said quickly, as she stood up and stumbled towards the door. Public speaking isn’t scary, she thought to herself, it is public reading that makes me really nervous.
Anglistics Study Programme Prevedite recenice koristeci inverziju: • Tek sto je bio dao znak za uzbunu, vatrogasna kola su vec stigla. (hardly) • Cim mu je dala svoju adresu zazalila je. (no sooner) • Uzalud su pokusavali da ga ubede. (in vain) • Ukoliko se kanap prekine, dusek ce otplutati. (should) • Da je kolin obavestio policiju, sada bi bio na sigurnom. (had) • Toliko je malo znao o njoj, da nije bio siguran ni kako se zove. (so) • Toliko sam bio ljut, da sam pocepao pismo. (such) • Retko su ucestvovalu u tako velicanstvenoj ceremoniji. (seldom) • Uzalud sam pokusao da ga umilostivim. Bio je odlucan. (in vain) • Posao nece biti ponudjen gospodjici Viver ni pod razno. (under no circumstances) • Ni na trenutak nisam pomislio da ce posledice biti tako dalekosezne. (never) • Ne samo da smo bili mokri, vec smo izgubili I pasose. (not only) • Macka skoci. (up) • Veliki covek je sedeo u cosku. (in the corner) • Ode autobus. (there)
Anglistics Study Programme TEKST 3 Patnja prouzrokovana nasilnickim ponasanjem je nesto je poynato velikom broju dece. Najcesce mesto gde se odigrava nasilnicko ponasanje je skola. Mozda pretpostavljate da bi drugi djaci mogli da primate nasilnicko ponasdanje i urade nesto po tom pitanju. Medjutim, retko se ukljucuju drugi djaci, iz straha da ce I oni postati zrtve. Ovo moze da ucni problem jos vecim jer se deca koja trpe nasilnicko ponasanje mogu osecati osetavljenim od strane drugim djaka. Cesto se zrtve nasilja osecaju bespomocno da bilo sta ucine jer im je neugodno da to podele sa bilo kim. Vise vole da se pretvaraju da je sve uredu, nadajuci se da ce problem samo da nestane. Medjutim, moraju da se pomire sa cinjenicom da se nasilnik nece zaustaviti osim ako se nesto ne ucini. Kako bi se problem u potpunosti preokrenuo, deca moraju da osecaju da mogu da razgovaraju sa drugim ljudima. Zbog toga, decu uvek treba hrabriti da iskazu svoja osecanja u vezi sa nasilnickim ponasanje a ne da pate u tisini. The suffering (pain/anguish)caused by bulling (abusive/violent/aggressive behavior) is something many children are familiar/acquainted with. The most common place where bullying occurs/happens is at school. You might assume that other students would notice/recognize/spot/identify bullying and do something about it. However, seldom/rarely do other students get involved because they fear they will become a victim/fall victim to it too. This can make the problem worse (aggravate the problem) as the children being bullied/suffering bullying/experiencing bullying feel abandoned (deserted/left in the lurch) by their fellow students. Victims of bullying often feel powerless/helpless/impotent/as if they have no power to do anything because they don’t feel comfortable telling anyone about it. They prefer to pretend that everything is OK/fine/normal and hope that the problem will just go away/vanish/disappear. However, they need to come to terms with / accept/ face/ acknowledge/ recognize the fact that the bully won’t stop unless something is done. In order to turn the problem around/ reverse/solve/resolve/combat the problem, children need to feel they can talk to other people. For this reason / Therefore, children should always be encouraged/motivated to communicate/express/show/articulate their feelings about bullying and not suffer in silence.
Anglistics Study Programme HOMEWORK TEKST 4 Ukraine's teen bullying drama that shattered taboos and stirred a nation It has become a TV hit, a drama that has shattered taboos and given Ukraine's teenagers the courage to open up about their lives. Early Swallows tells stories about teenagers struggling with bullying and online harassment; they question their sexual identity and even consider taking their own lives. Issues like these are rarely dealt with in Ukraine in public. Six million viewers watch the show on TV and millions more have seen it online. A key part of the programme is a nongovernmental health helpline detailed at the end of every episode. Within the first month of the drama going out, the number of calls to the helpline went up by 600%. It is based on the lives of teenagers in a secondary school class. Five teens are subjected to online harassment from an anonymous user pretending to be their friend. They struggle with various forms of bullying and lack parental support.