BG corrigé LV2 anglais
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BG corrigé LV2 anglais

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Corrigé Anglais LV2 – série L I. Compréhension de l’écrit (10 points) Document A A. 1.This document advertises the White Star Line steamers/boats. 2. This document targets working‐class/poor people. B. All three boats (steamer + the two boats on the left) are steamboats. The White Star Line steamer is much bigger than the other boats. The image of the steamer is much clearer. It gives an impression of greatness, strength, power, and safety. C. The Statue of Liberty is associated with the ship because Titanic was bound to New York City harbour and because the steamer has the capacity to take people from the Old World (Europe/England) to the land of Liberty/the American Dream. (Immigration‐ 1912) Document B D. 1. They are mother and son. 2. Helen is a protective, loving, proud, and caring mother: "Brushing...his jacket" (l.2/3) "Tugging...waistcoat" (l.7) "The unmistakable...face" (l. 4) "Especially pleased" (l.22) E. It is a special daybecause the departure date of Titanic's maiden voyage and because Harry is about to leave to work on the ship. F. Harry is a steward on Titanic: he assists/helps people. He is going to be assisting third‐class passengers (poor passengers). G. Helen feels: -honored "the unmistakable look of pride on her face...her son was to work on titanic's maiden voyage" (l.4/5) ‐ enthusiastic "she was absolutely delighted" (l.18) "Telling all her friends...about it" (19/20) "Now, you remember" "you hear?" (l.

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Corrigé Anglais LV2 – série L I.Compréhension de l’écrit (10 points) Document A A.1.This document advertises the White Star Line steamers/boats. 2. This document targets working‐class/poor people. B.All three boats (steamer + the two boats on the left) are steamboats. The White Star Line steamer is much bigger than the other boats.The image of the steamer is much clearer.It gives an impression of greatness, strength, power, and safety.
C.The Statue of Liberty is associated with the ship because Titanic was bound to New York City harbour and because the steamer has the capacity to take people from the Old World (Europe/England) to the land of Liberty/the American Dream. (Immigration‐ 1912)
Document B D.1. They are mother and son.
2. Helen is a protective, loving, proud, and caring mother:
"Brushing...his jacket" (l.2/3)
"Tugging...waistcoat" (l.7)
"The unmistakable...face" (l. 4)
"Especially pleased" (l.22)
E.It is a special daybecause the departure date of Titanic's maiden voyage and because Harry is about to leave to work on the ship.F.Harry is a steward on Titanic: he assists/helps people. He is going to be assisting third‐class passengers (poor passengers). G.Helen feels:
-honored "the unmistakable look of pride on her face...her son was to work on titanic's maiden voyage" (l.4/5)
‐ enthusiastic "she was absolutely delighted" (l.18)
"Telling all her friends...about it" (19/20)
"Now, you remember" "you hear?" (l.8/12)
H.1. False. (l.22) "assigned to steerage class"
2. True (l.18) "three hundred"
3. False (l.15) "business contacts"
4. False (l.28/29/30) "reassigned... Titanic"
I.1. Helen comes from the working‐class. 2. Advice 1: to work hard. Advice 2: to take care and respect third‐class passengers just as much as rich passengers. Her advice is related to her background because she's probably had to work very hard to make ends meet and because she wishes poor people were as respected as rich people. She might have experienced situations where she wasn't respected because of her social background. J.She's curious to see how they live/behave (l.20/21/22), she seems to despise them "stuck‐up American millionaires" (l.14) "those" (l.10). K.1. For Harry, it doesn't seem to be that important: it's just another job he was assigned to.
2. For Helen, it is very important. It makes her son special and different. She can use his experience to brag.
L.She feels as if this job could help him climb the social ladder. She sounds as if the Walsh family was an important/powerful one. Document C M.This document focuses on first‐class passengers. N.1. "a rare gathering of beautiful women and splendid men" (l.1/2) 2. "no other passenger list... celebrated names" (l. 2/3) 3. "those who made...list" (l. 7/8) O.Millet/artist/Washington/design of the Lincoln Memorial1. Franck Archie Butt/White House aide/home/election campaign Lady Duff Gordon/leading British couturiere/NYC/urgent business
2. This category of people: working people, traveling with a purpose, for business/working purposes. The fact that they are traveling for work/to go back to work makes them different from the other category that travels for fun/leisure "leisured rich on board" (l.10).
P.As explained in the note, Edwardian era is synonymous with the glorification of luxury. Titanic was full of the richest/most influential people. Documents A, B and C
Q.Primary function:
To work (Harry)
For leisure or business (first‐class)
To move to America/travel (1st document)
Social function:
To increase business (first‐class)
A job (Harry)
To start a new life (1st document)
R.The documents present theTitanicas an object of fascination: through the size of the ship compared to others; through the hope that poorer people get from having an opportunity to travel/work on Titanic; Titanic seems to be a stepping stone. S.The documents deal with the image of the Titanic and not Titanic itself. They focus on what it represents and the messages that it conveys.
II.
Expression écrite (10 points)
1. Il fallait que vous rédigiez une entrée dans un journal intime. Attention donc à bien respecter le format et le niveau de langue. Respectez bien le thème et ce dont on vous demande de parler : le contexte (vous êtes un passager "third‐class", ce qui indique que vos ressources financières sont limitées, les raisons de votre voyage, et vos impressions sur la vie à bord (pensez donc bien à décrire la vie à bord).
2. Ici, vous deviez rédiger un discours : le niveau de langue formel est de rigueur. Incluez, dans votre discours, tous les type de passagers, faites l'éloge du Titanic, de sa différence par rapport aux autres. Pensez à bien structurer le discours.
LVA
1. Il fallait rédiger un "essay". Vous deviez commenter la citation proposée sur les raisons du voyage. On attendait de vous que vous fassiez un plan structuré avec intro et conclusion. Vous pouviez évoquer les différentes raisons qui poussent les gens à voyager.
2. Ici, vous deviez rédiger un discours : le niveau de langue formel est de rigueur. Incluez, dans votre discours, tous les type de passagers, faites l'éloge du Titanic, de sa différence par rapport aux autres. Pensez à bien structurer le discours.
Corrigé Anglais LV2 – séries S‐ES I.Compréhension de l’écrit (10 points) Document A A.1.This document advertises the White Star Line steamers/boats. 2. This document targets working‐class/poor people. B.All three boats (steamer + the two boats on the left) are steamboats. The White Star Line steamer is much bigger than the other boats.The image of the steamer is much clearer.It gives an impression of greatness, strength, power, and safety. Document B C.1. They are mother and son.
2. Helen is a protective, loving, proud, and caring mother:
"Brushing...his jacket" (l.2/3)
"Tugging...waistcoat" (l.7)
"The unmistakable...face" (l. 4)
"Especially pleased" (l.22)
D.It is a special daybecause the departure date of Titanic's maiden voyage and because Harry is about to leave to work on the ship.E.Harry is a steward on Titanic: he assists/helps people. He is going to be assisting third‐class passengers (poor passengers). F.Helen feels:
-honored "the unmistakable look of pride on her face...her son was to work on titanic's maiden voyage" (l.4/5)
‐ enthusiastic "she was absolutely delighted" (l.18)
"Telling all her friends...about it" (19/20)
"Now, you remember" "you hear?" (l.8/12)
G.1. False. (l.22) "assigned to steerage class"
2. True (l.18) "three hundred"
3. False (l.15) "business contacts"
4. False (l.28/29/30) "reassigned... Titanic"
H.1. Helen comes from the working‐class. 2. Advice 1: to work hard. Advice 2: to take care and respect third‐class passengers just as much as rich passengers. Her advice is related to her background because she's probably had to work very hard to make ends meet and because she wishes poor people were as respected as rich people. She might have experienced situations where she wasn't respected because of her social background. I.She's curious to see how they live/behave (l.20/21/22), she seems to despise them "stuck‐up American millionaires" (l.14) "those" (l.10). Document C J.This document focuses on first‐class passengers. K.1. "a rare gathering of beautiful women and splendid men" (l.1/2) 2. "no other passenger list... celebrated names" (l. 2/3) 3. "those who made...list" (l. 7/8) L.1. Franck Millet/artist/Washington/design of the Lincoln Memorial Archie Butt/White House aide/home/election campaign Lady Duff Gordon/leading British couturiere/NYC/urgent business
2. This category of people: working people, traveling with a purpose, for business/working purposes. The fact that they are traveling for work/to go back to work makes them different from the other category that travels for fun/leisure "leisured rich on board" (l.10).
Documents A, B and C
A.Primary function:
To work (Harry)
For leisure or business (first‐class)
To move to America/travel (1st document)
Social function:
To increase business (first‐class)
A job (Harry)
To start a new life (1st document)
II.
Expression écrite (10 points)
1. Il fallait que vous rédigiez une entrée dans un journal intime. Attention donc à bien respecter le format et le niveau de langue. Respectez bien le thème et ce dont on vous demande de parler : le contexte (vous êtes un passager "third‐class", ce qui indique que vos ressources financières sont limitées, les raisons de votre voyage, et vos impressions sur la vie à bord (pensez donc bien à décrire la vie à bord).
2. Ici, vous deviez rédiger un discours : le niveau de langue formel est de rigueur. Incluez, dans votre discours, tous les type de passagers, faites l'éloge du Titanic, de sa différence par rapport aux autres. Pensez à bien structurer le discours.