Corrigé Bac 2015 - Anglais LV1 - ES-L-S

Corrigé Bac 2015 - Anglais LV1 - ES-L-S

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Bac 2015 Anglais LV1 Séries L, S et ES Document A A.1 B1. They are presented like heroes. B2. « those who gave their lives during World War One » l.4 « the sacrifices made by the young men and women » l.9/10 C. The lights in London were switched off. Light was projected from Westminster. At Piccadilly Circus, the lights were replaced by photos from the war. People lit candles and reflected on the sacrifices made during the war. D. False. « The poignant commemoration...were paid across the UK and Europe » l. 17/18 E. The scene takes place during the First World War. The narrator is in the British Army. Together with other soldiers he is leaving England to go to France by boat. F. Yes, there is. l.9/10 « the crossing was roughish...we had to wear life-jackets in case of mines, or maybe submarines. » G. Uncertain. « I wondered how I should ever come back. » l. 5 « and maybe we'd come back in that white ship... or maybe we wouldn't come back » l. 7/8 Candidats qui ne composent pas au titre de LVA traitent question H H. 1. F « I wondered if the others thought of it, but no one said a word except when we'd have a newt brew. » l. 7/8 2. F « The crossing was roughish...had to wear life-jackets in case of mines...submarines» l. 9 3. T « my feet were still on solid earth » l.4/5 Seuls candidats qui composent au titre de LVA traitent question I I. Lines 10 to 14 reveal that the narrator is in a state of confusion and that he does not really understand what is happening.

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Bac 2015
Anglais LV1
Séries L, S et ESDocument A
A.2
B1. They are presented like heroes.
B2. « those who gave their lives during World War One » l.4
« the sacrifices made by the young men and women » l.9/10
C. The lights in London were switched off
Light was projected from Westminster
At Piccadilly Circus, the lights were replaced by photos from the war
People lit candles and reflected on the sacrifices made during the war
D. False. « The poignant commemoration...were paid across the UK and Europe » l. 17/18
E. The scene takes place during the First World War.
The narrator is in the British Army.
Together with other soldiers he is leaving England to go to France by boat.
F. Yes, there is. l.9/10 « the crossing was roughish...we had to wear life-jackets in case of
mines,
or maybe submarines. »
G. Uncertain. « I wondered how I should ever come back. »l. 5
« and maybe we'd come back in that white ship... or maybe we wouldn't come
back » l. 7/8
Candidats qui ne composent pas au titre de LVA traitent question H
H.
1. F « I wondered if the others thought of it, but no one said a word except when we'd have a
newt brew. » l. 7/8
2. F « The crossing was roughish...had to wear life-jackets in case of mines...submarines» l. 9
3. T « my feet were still on solid earth » l.4/5
Seuls candidats qui composent au titre de LVA traitent question I
I. Lines 10 to 14 reveal that the narrator is in a state of confusion and that he does not really
understand what is happening. It reveals that what is happening does not make much sense to
him and that he is trying to find a meaning, an explanation to the situation that he is in. He is
afraid because he does not know what is to come.
Tous les candidats : questions J à N
J. The narrator is shocked when he arrives in France because everything he sees is ordinary
and no one seems to be paying attention to the freshly-arrived soldiers, as if their presence
had become normal.
Document C.
K. 1. c)
2. b)
L. The men in the convoy can see a ghost town, with abandoned stores and cars, destroyed
houses,and dead bodies on the ground.
M1. 3 concerns :
He is concerned about who would care about what happened in that village.« who would
care ? »l. 2
He is concerned about how this disaster would be remembered : « describe this
confusion...village names and dates for the history books » l. 2/3
He is concerned about when the blame would be assigned: « begin to assign the blame » l. 4M2. He is trying not to pay attention to what he sees. « protectively folded in his thoughts » l.
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N. 1. Humble, courageous soldier who obeys orders
2. Soldier sacrifices his life to a cause
3. Ordinary soldier is celebrated and remembered for his sacrifice
O. Nowadays, soldiers are commemorated like heroes who behaved in exceptionally
courageous manners, like people who were necessary to the ending of the war whereas
during the World Wars, they viewed themselves as ordinary people who were simply obeying
orders.
EXPRESSION
A. Il fallait faire attention à bien respecter la présentation d'un article de journal (date, nom du
journaliste, titre...)
Ici, on peut évoquer le rôle de la Mémoire collective en société : notre passé forge notre
culture, les valeurs que nous défendons, et ce que nous sommes.
La commémoration est importante pour se souvenir du passé et ne pas refaire les mêmes
erreurs.
La est pour forger l'identité et l'unité nationale autour d'un
thème précis.
B. Il fallait ici bien faire attention à respecter la mise en page d'une lettre informelle, et à
garder le nom du personnage « Turner ».
On peut utiliser les descriptions présentes dans le texte : une ville bombardée, des corps...
SEULS LVA
A. Il fallait ici bien faire attention à respecter la mise en page d'une lettre informelle, et à
garder le nom du personnage « Turner ».
On peut utiliser les descriptions présentes dans le texte : une ville bombardée, des corps...
B. Ici, il fallait bien penser à établir un plan et à répondre à la question de manière organisée :
Intro, Développement, Conclusion. Sauter des lignes, alinéas...
Le rôle du souvenir, de la Mémoire est le sujet principal. Quelques arguments :
Le rôle de la Mémoire collective en société : notre passé forge notre culture, les valeurs que
nous défendons, et ce que nous sommes.
La commémoration est importante pour se souvenir du passé et ne pas refaire les mêmes
erreurs.
La est pour forger l'identité et l'unité nationale autour d'un
thème précis.