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Tema di attualità - Traccia AAppena pronta troverai qui la soluzione alla traccia A.
PROPOSTA DI SOLUZIONE PER LA SECONDA PROVA DI MATURITÀ 2018
ARGOMENTO: Attualità – Tipologia A
COMPREHENSION AND INTERPRETATION
1. Policymakers should envisage both the good and the bad outcomes of AVs effects on society, since such observations had not been made when horseless carriages were introduced.
3. AVs provide the same basic service as cars, which is transportation. Yet, it is the way this service is delivered that changes, since they need no driver and, thus, everyone being transported may rest undisturbed.
4. The article envisages a driverless era where AVs would function as robot axis owned by fleet operators and where everybody would have to use them in case of need. That would make people highly dependent on them if AVs became the only way to get around.
5. The writer refers to the annoying expenses and tariffs one would face when travelling on his own, such as those for toll roads or controlled traffic zones.
6. It refers to a balanced pricing scheme that implies different charges according to the interested area.
7. The writer believes that such benefits would not come without drawbacks: the conveniences would be offset by a limitedness of freedom.
8. The major issue would concern people living under authoritarian countries, where some areas could be restricted to specific targets, leading to discrimination and segregation. Moreover, AVs would have a record of all their movements, and that would clearly affect the privacy of the passengers.
9. The risk of AVs, again, is a limitation of people’s freedom of choice, of being able to go wherever they please and whenever they want to.
10. The texts tries to elucidate all the aspects concerning AVs, focusing not only on the practical and technological advantages but also on the drawbacks, so as to make policymakers aware of them and, somehow, to make them able to operate accordingly.
PRODUCTION – 1
Every choice we make, even the slightest and smallest during our daily routine, has some sort of consequences and impacts, be them only minor or dramatic. We could just think about how we start the day: we make some choices concerning our breakfast, an article we would rather read or not, the clothes we would put etc. and, ultimately, the means of transportation to go to school, university or work.
There are, of course, several aspects we consider when we are about to make such choices. As for the means of transportation, a lot of people, especially among my friends and fellows students, prefer using their own car simply because it is more convenient, flexible and faster than, for instance, a bus. The same applies to many commuters, who prefer going to work by car, even if that implies higher expenses. These costs are not solely bound to their wallet: they could be translated into traffic congestions, air and noise pollution, time spent in a traffic jam and time “stolen” to our fellow drivers.
As we can see, people are more than willing to sacrifice their own money and to “harm” others for their own personal freedom. If that of the AVs became a reality, there would be huge advantages in terms of pollution, traffic, etc. but people’s freedom would be dramatically affected. Being dependent on something or someone else that goes beyond their control would make them feel powerless and miserable.
As considered by the text, these cars, being shared by the community, would have to record everything – probably for security purposes – leading to a limitation of privacy. All this limitations, along with a sense of powerlessness and deprivation, would lead to massive changes in how people behave and how they arrange their lives, turning a simple choice as that made after breakfast into something more binary: an obligation.
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Traccia C Inglese – LetteraturaQuando sarà pronta caricheremo qui la soluzione della traccia C
Traccia D Inglese - ArtisticoPROPOSTA DI SOLUZIONE PER LA SECONDA PROVA DI MATURITÀ 2018
ARGOMENTO: Artistico – Tipologia D
COMPREHENSION AND INTERPRETATION
1. Cultural placemaking concerns the aspects of urban planning that are led by cultural elements in order to create cultural and social value for a place.
2. The focus of cultural placemaking has changed from wanting to make just “nice-looking” places into wanting to create wealthy, efficient, healthy and nice-looking exciting places.
3. The first one is the work on Sneinton Market Squared, which attracted the local community thanks to artistic events and by starting an apple tree adoption network. The second initiative concerns Angel Court site in the city of London, where artist Sara Barker contrived an artwork that could the tailoring tradition of the city with its modern façade.
4. Their main function was to instil awareness in audiences so as to create public engagement in artistic events and educational programs.
5. The author points out that mere marketing campaigns are not efficient for the success of such projects, since that may just lead to disagreements and delays. On the contrary, what is really efficient, is an artistic-lead approach that could create emotional responses to the project, engaging people and making them bound to places.
6. According to Roger Taylor, the innovation lies in the fact that artists are considered as the “indigenous” people of a place; thus, their role is to raise awareness of the importance and significance of such place to audiences.
7. They should ask themselves where the cultural elements really is, this being of pivotal importance so as to efficiently communicate with audiences of the cultural value of a place.
8. The author believes that cultural animation implies also functional and design changes, such as lighting and street furniture.
9. In this context, “forensic examination” refers to a highly detailed and punctual investigation into the elements that confer importance and cultural value to a place.
10. The phrase underlines the importance of taking inspiration from the past as a starting base for what the future will be.
PRODUCTION – 1
When we talk about art, there are many definitions we can give to the term. It is highly unlikely that everyone will agree on it. The importance of a piece of art, which somehow can inform its definition on a case-by-case basis, could probably lie on the significance the artist puts in it and/or the perceived value from the audience.
The same approach can be transferred to places: we always tend to be bound to places that are meaningful to us, where we have had particular situations or relations with people. Thus, we will associate those places to feelings, emotions and to something of value. Yet, to a person that does not know that place, or has not had the same experiences, it will not have the same value. Maybe it will not have value at all.
With this premise it is quite obvious where the role of the artist lies in public places: s/he has to raise awareness of a place that has some experience-based meaning for him, so that all the community could enjoy it. This way, the artist will not only be altruistic, but he will also share his own personal experience to the others.
Sometimes, artists can also raise topics and feelings which we might have somehow overlooked: for instance, artist Fabio Santacroce brought Paris into a different light when he organised his recent exhibition “Parigi è meravigliosa ma con te sarebbe magica”, where he questioned, by means of well-know cliché and stereotypes, the highly valued image of Paris, arising questions as to the validity of such common ideas.
It is clear that the artist, and art in general, can affect how we perceive a place and how we enjoy it, changing our point of view or, even, trying to efface it.
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