Bac 2018 Pondichéry Anglais LV1 général
6 pages
Cet ouvrage peut être téléchargé gratuitement

Bac 2018 Pondichéry Anglais LV1 général

Cet ouvrage peut être téléchargé gratuitement
6 pages

Description

% $ & & $ / $ 85 e$ 7* e1e 5 $/ 6 HV V LRQ $ 1* / $ ,6 /DQJXH 9LYDQWH 'XUpH GH O¶pSUHXYH KHXUHV 6 pULHV( 6 6± FRHIILFLHQW 6 pULH/ ODQJXHYLYDQWH REOLJDWRLUH /92 ± FRHIILFLHQW 6 pULH/ /92 HWODQJXH YLYDQWH DSSURIRQGLH /9$ ± FRHIILFLHQW & HVXMHW FRPSRUWH SDJHVQXPpURWpHV GH j 'q V TXH FH VXMHW YRXV HVW UHPLV DVVXUH] YRXV TX¶LO HVW FRPSOHW /¶XVDJH GH OD FDOFXODWULFH HWGX GLFWLRQQDLUH Q¶HVW SDV DXWRULVp 5 pSDUWLWLRQGHV SRLQWV & RPSUpKHQVLRQ SRLQWV ( [SUHVVLRQ SRLQWV $1 *( ,1 3 DJH ϱ ϭϬ ϭϱ ϮϬ Ϯϱ '2& 80( 17$ ) RUPH LW VWDUWHG ZLWK 0XKDPPDG $OL , FDQ SHUIHFWO\ UHFDOO VLWWLQJ LQ WKH OLYLQJ URRP ZLWK P\ IDWKHU ZDWFKLQJ DV KH GDQFHG DURXQG WKH ULQJ ZLWK D UDUH PL[ RI IOXLGLW\ DQG SRZHU GLVSDWFKLQJ RQH URXJK SORGGLQJ RSSRQHQWDIWHU DQRWKHU +H VHHPHG WKH SHUIHFW HPERGLPHQW RI PDVFXOLQHVWULYLQJ %XW WKH EHVW SDUW ZDV DIWHU WKH PDWFK KDG HQGHG 7KDW¶V ZKHQ $OLZRXOG XQOHDVK RQH RI KLV YHUEDO UDQWV )XOO RI EUDJJDGRFLR KH ZRXOG SURFODLP WR WKH ZRUOG ³, DP WKH JUHDWHVW ´$QG , EHOLHYHG KLP %XW ZK\": K\ZDV ,VR ZLOOLQJ WR OLVWHQ WR $OL": K\GR ZH WDNH DQ\ JXLGDQFH IURP DWKOHWHV" ,QWKH PLGVWRI 7LJHU :RRGV¶ 7 KDQNVJLYLQJFDU ZUHFN DQG KLVDSSDUHQW LQILGHOLW\ ZLWK PXOWLSOH ZRPHQ , FDQ¶WKHOS EXW ZRQGHU ZK\ ZH ERWKHU WR PDNH KHURHV RI RXU VSRUWVPHQ >«@ : HOLYH LQ DQ HUD ZKHUH RXUVWDU DWKOHWHV² DQGRXU FHOHEULWLHV LQ JHQHUDO ²DUH WUHDWHG DV RXU

Sujets

Informations

Publié par
Publié le 04 mai 2018
Nombre de lectures 10 529

Exrait

B A C C A L A UR É A T G É NÉ R A L
S es s ion2018 A NG L A IS Langue V ivante 1 Durée de l’épreuve : 3 heures S éries E S /S – coefficient : 3 S érie L langue vivante obligatoire (LV O) – coefficient : 4 S érie L LV O et langue vivante approfondie (LV A) – c oefficient : 8 C e sujet comporte 6 pages numérotées de 1/6 à 6/6. Dè s que ce sujet vous est remis, assurez-vous qu’il est complet. L’usage de la calculatrice et du dictionnaire n’est pas autorisé. R épartition des points C ompréhension 10 points E xpression 10 points
18AN1GE IN1
P age 1/6




DOC UME NT A F or me, it started with Muhammad Ali. I can perfectly recall sitting in the living room with my father, watching as he danced around the ring with a rare mix of fluidity and power, dispatching one rough, plodding opponent after another. He seemed the perfect embodiment of masculine striving. But the best part was after the match had ended. T hat’s when Ali would unleash one of his verbal rants. F ull of braggadocio, he would proclaim to the world, “I am the greatest.”A nd I believed him.
But why? W hy was I so willing to listen to Ali? W hy do we take any guidance from athletes? In the midst of T iger W oods’ T hanksgiving car wreck and his apparent infidelity with multiple women, I can’t help but wonder why we bother to make heroes of our sportsmen.[… ]
W e live in an era where our star athletes — and our celebrities in general — are treated as our cultural elite. W e yearn for a conne ction to them. It is the height of absurdity that so many people actually feel let down by T iger’s infidelities, just as it always struck me as bizarre when public hordes gather outside the homes of recently deceased celebrities, sobbing uncontrollably (think Michael J ackson or P rincess Diana). S omehow, we have come to value our celebrities so much that we feel an actual sense of personal connection to them — even when we’ve never met them.
T he danger is that we have come to admire celebrities more than real heroes. C harles Barkley famously made this point in 1993 when he declared, “a million guys can dunk a basketball in jail; should they be role models? ”
Later that year, Barkley filmed a self-written Nike commercial in which he argued that athletes should not be considered role models: “I a m not a role model,” Barkley said. “I am not paid to be a role model. I am paid to wre ak havoc on the basketball court. P arents should be role models. J ust because I dunk a basketball, doesn’t mean I should raise your kids.”
18AN1GE IN1
T he Washington T imes, December 14, 2009
P age 2/6






DOC UME NT B [T he narrator, Holling Hoodwood, meets Mickey Mantle.]
He was sitting at a table, dressed in his street clothes. Behind him, Mr Mercutio Baker, who owned the E mporium, had put up a bulletin board full of Y ankee photographs, most of Mickey Mantle swinging away. Above them was a jersey with Number 7. Mickey Mantle had signed his name below it. He was bigger than he looked on television. He had hands as large as shovels, and the forearms that came from his sleeve s were strong as stone. His legs struck out from beneath the table, and they looked like they could run down a train on the Long Island R ail R oad. He yawned a couple of times, big yawns that he didn’t even try to hide. He must have had a long day. In front of me, standing at the table all by themse lves with Mickey Mantle, were Danny Hupfer and his father. Mickey Mantle was just handing a baseball back, and Danny was just taking it into his hands. It was sort of a holy moment, and the light that shone around them seemed to glow softly, like something you’d see in one of the stained glass windows at S aint Andrew’s. “T hanks,”said Danny. He said it in awe and worship. “Y eah, kid,”said Mickey Mantle. T hen I came up. I held out the new perfect white baseball and whispered, “C an I please have your autograph? ” And he took the ball from my hand and held his pen over it. And then Mickey Mantle looked at me. Mickey Mantle, he looked at me! And he spoke. “W hat are you supposed to be? ”he said. I froze. W hat was I supposed to say? 1 “Y ou look like a fairy ,”he said. I coughed once. “I’m Ariel,”I said. “W ho? ” “Ariel.” “S ounds like a girl’s name.” “He’s a warrior,”I said. Mickey Mantle looked me up and down. “S ure he is. L isten, I don’t sign baseballs for kids in yellow tights.” Mickey Mantle looked at his watch and turned to Mr Baker. “It’s past nine thirty. I’m done.” He tos sed my new perfect white baseball onto the floor. It rolled past my feet and into the folds of my blue cape. T he world should split in two. T he world should split in two, and I should fall into the crack and never be heard from again. Holling Hoodwood. Me. T he boy in yellow tights with white feathers on the butt and a blue floral cape. T he boy Mickey Mantle wouldn’t sign a baseball for.
T he narrator is dressed as a fairy as he has just played the part of Ariel, a spirit, in S hakespeare’s T he T empest.
18AN1GE IN1
P age 3/6

And Danny Hupfer had seen it all. T he yellow tights . T he cape. T he ball. E verything. Danny Hupfer, who stepped to the table and slowly placed his baseball - his baseball signed by Mickey Mantle - back in front of the greatest player to put on Y ankee pinstripes since Babe R uth. “I guess I won’t need this after all,” Danny said. He lifted his hand from it, and I could tell it was n’t easy. G ary D. S chmidt, T he Wednesday Wars, 2007
18AN1GE IN1
P age 4/6
I.
NOT E IMP OR T A NT E A UX C A NDIDA T S Les candidats traiteront le sujet sur la copie qui leur est fournie et veilleront à :
--
---
répondre en anglais aux questions ; respecter l’ordre des questions en faisant appara ître la numérotation sur la copie ; faire toujours suivre les citations du numéro de la ligne ; répondre briè vement aux questions en l’absence d’indications ; composer des phrases complè tes.
C OMP R E HE NS ION E C R IT E
DOC UME NT A
1. How did the journalist feel towards Muhammad Ali when he was a child? G ive two reasons why he felt that way. 2. E xplain why, according to the journalist, people feel like him towards celebrities. (2 elements) 3. a. How have the journalist’s feelings towards athletes evolved? b. T o what extent does C harles Barkley share the journalist’s point of view? (20-30 words)
DOC UME NT B
4. W hat does Mickey Mantle do for a living?
5. S ay what the narrator expects from Mantle.
6. a. F ocus on lines 5 to 9. How does the narrator’s perception of Mantle compare to the way he imagined him?
S euls les c andidats de la s érie L c ompos ant au titre de la L V A (L ang ue V ivante A pprofondie) traitent les ques tions 6b et 7
b. “He yawned a couple of times, big yawns that he did not even try to hide. He must have had a long day.” (lines 8-9) C omment on the way the narrator perceives Mantle’s attitude.
7. S how that, in the eyes of the narrator, Mantle a ppears like a god to Danny Hupfer. Answer by quoting from the text.
18AN1GE IN1
P age 5/6
8. a. Describe and comment on Mantle’s attitude towards the narrator as they talk. (+/- 50 words)
b. S ay what impact Mantle’s attitude has on the narrator.
9. W hat does Danny Hupfer do as a result? In your opinion, why does he react that way?
DOC UME NT S A E T B
10. T o what extent do both texts illustrate the difference that may exist between being a celebrity and being a hero?
II.
E X P R E S S ION E C R IT E
A fin de res pec ter l’anonymat de votre c opie, vous n e devez pas s ig ner votre c ompos ition, c iter votre nom, c elui d’un c amarade o u c elui de votre établis s ement.
L es c andidats des s éries E S , S , et c eux de la s érie L qui c ompos ent au titre de la L V O (L ang ue V ivante Oblig atoire) traitent le s uj et 1 ou le s ujet 2
1. Document B: “‘I guess I won’t need this after all,’Danny said. He lifted his hand from it, and I could tell it wasn’t easy.”(lines 43-44)
Mickey Mantle cannot believe Danny’s reaction. He s tarts a conversation with him. W rite the scene. (300 words +/- 10%)
OU
2. Document A: “T he danger is that we have come to admire celebrities more than real heroes.”(line 18)
T o what extent do you agree with this statement? (3 00 words +/- 10%)
L es c andidats de la s érie L qui c ompos ent au titre de la L V A (L ang ue V ivante A pprofondie) traitent oblig atoirement le s ujet s uiv ant.
Document A: “T he danger is that we have come to admire celebrities more than real heroes.” (line 18) T o what extent do you agree with this statement? (350 words +/-10%)
18AN1GE IN1
P age 6/6
  • Accueil Accueil
  • Univers Univers
  • Ebooks Ebooks
  • Livres audio Livres audio
  • Presse Presse
  • BD BD
  • Documents Documents