Corrigé Bac 2015 - Anglais LV1 - Techno

Corrigé Bac 2015 - Anglais LV1 - Techno

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Bac 2015 Anglais LV1 Séries Techno Corrigé Bac 2015 Anglais Lv1 Techno Document 1: A. Copy the sentence and fill in the blanks. The scene takes place in a school which is located in Cyangugu in Africa. B. 1) Who is Jean-Patrick? Choose the appropriate answer. Jean-Patrick is… a schoolboy 2) Who is Telesphore? Choose the appropriate answer. Telesphore is…an athlete. 3) The aim of Telephore’s visit is to speak to the students about his accomplishments and current representation of Rwanda as an Olympic runner. C. Answer the following questions. 1) What did the boy imagine about the visitor’s physical appearance? Jean-Patrick had imagined that the Olympic runner would be “a big man” (line 8). 2) What did the visitor really look like? Quote the text. The marathon runner “not much taller than Roger” (line 8) and as “thin as papyrus” (line 67). 3) How does Jean-Patrick feel in the document? Choose the appropriate answer. Jean Patrick feels a- first disappointed, then bored and finally excited. b- first excited, then disappointed and finally inspired. c- first annoyed, then amused and finally disappointed. D. Both statements are right. Justify by quoting the text. 1) Occasionally Telesphore can run without much effort. « Sometimes it is all I can do to go from one footstep to the next » l 23. 24 2) Telesphore is enthusiastic about his sport and proud of his country.

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Bac 2015 Anglais LV1 Séries Techno
Corrigé Bac 2015 Anglais Lv1 Techno
Document 1: A. Copy the sentence and fill in the blanks. The scene takes place in a school which is
located in Cyangugu in Africa. B. 1) Who is Jean-Patrick? Choose the appropriate answer. Jean-Patrick is… a schoolboy
2) Who is Telesphore? Choose the appropriate answer. Telesphore is…an athlete.
3) The aim of Telephore’s visit is to speak to the students about his accomplishments and
current representation of Rwanda as an Olympic runner.
C. Answer the following questions.
1) What did the boy imagine about the visitor’s physical appearance? Jean-Patrick had imagined that the Olympic runner would be “a big man” (line 8). 2) What did the visitor really look like? Quote the text.
The marathon runner “not much taller than Roger” (line 8) and as “thin as papyrus” (line 6-7). 3) How does Jean-Patrick feel in the document? Choose the appropriate answer. Jean-
Patrick feels a- first disappointed, then bored and finally excited. b- first excited, then disappointed and finally inspired. c- first annoyed, then amused and finally disappointed. D. Both statements are right. Justify by quoting the text.
1) Occasionally Telesphore can run without much effort. « Sometimes it is all I can do to go from one footstep to the next » l 23. 24 2) Telesphore is enthusiastic about his sport and proud of his country.
“the land of a thousand hills” (line 18) “and I belive I have conquered every one” (line 19).
Document 2: E. Who do the underlined pronouns refer to?
1) “I remember vividly” (l.1) The father.
2) “He had let down himself” (l.11) The son.
3) “We had risen early” (l.6) The father and the son.
4) Conclude: who is telling the story? Answer in your own words. The father is the narrator.
F. 1) Pick out the appropriate information. Copy the table onto your answer sheet and complete it with words from the text.
DAY OF MATCH
SPORT played on that day
Sunday Cricket
2) Pick out two elements from the text suggesting the context was not ideal for the game.
1) The weather was rainy
2) The boy was gloomy
3) Did the boy win? Answer the question and justify with one quote.
The father informed the reader that his son did not win the game and had not successfully lived up to his talent; “An 11-year-old boy had let down his team. He had let down his father. Above all, he had let down himself, for his character had failed to live up to his
talent.” G. 1) So, according to the father, what could the boy say after the match? Choose the TWO best
speech bubbles from below.
b- I was no good today.
d- Sorry, I’m really ashamed.
2) What could the father say? Choose the most appropriate answer.
a- Don’t worry, usually you’re good. H. Match the sentence that best sums up each person’s opinion. a) JohnH: 3- The sporting spirit is as important as results.
b) Orwell 2- 1- Sport has more negative aspects than positive aspects. c) benmoutter: 3- Human beings need to eliminate negative energy without risking their lives.
Documents 1 and 2:
I. In document 2, Dominic Hobson compares sport to war. Find one verb in document 1
that also associates sport with war.
In document one, the Olympian runner refers to running the hills of his country as
conquering them: ““and I believe I have conquered every one”, this verb conveys a message
strongly related to war.
J. Choose the right answer and justify for EACH document by quoting the texts. In both
documents, the children believe the ultimate motivation in sport is
1- having a nice body.
2- earning a lot of money.
3- being the winner. Document 1: The runner explains that in order to keep running, he makes himself remember “how it 25 feels to win” (line 24-25).
Document 2: The father justifies his son’s disappointment by outlining the true nature of
sports; “Sport is war - it is about the loss, as well as the gain” (line 14). Since failure has
upset his son, what motivates him to do better must be to win.
4- becoming famous.
II. EXPRESSION ÉCRITE
Choose ONE of the following subjects. (150 words minimum)
1) You are a student called Peter McAllister or Tanya Kapur and you are interviewing a sportsman or woman (from an English-speaking country) for a school project. Write the interview. Interview with Hope Solo; Goalie for U.S. Women’s Soccer Team and Two-Time Olympic
Gold Medalist
Peter: Thank you for allowing me to visit with you today! I have so many questions and am
so excited to hear what you have to say!
Hope: I am glad to be here, Peter. Thanks for inviting me.
Peter: First off, how old were you when you first realized your potential to be an amazing
soccer player?
Hope: My earliest memories involve playing with the soccer ball in my back yard! It was just very natural to me.
Peter: Had you ever dreamed that you would be and Olympic Gold Medalist?
Hope: Not at all! I am very enthusiastic about my sport; and I am very happy that I did win,
as I have put a lot of work and effort to be where I am today; however, as a child, I only thought it was a dream. Peter: If you were to give one piece of advice to all the youth soccer players in the world,
who want to be as great as you, what would it be? Hope: Always work hard to realize your dreams and never let one failure stop you. Peter: Thank you for your time! I cannot wait to see you in your next match!
2) Bien respecter les règles de présentation de la lettre de motivation. Se concentrer sur le
thème du sport. Ne pas oublier les alinéas etc... Choisir UNE équipe et se concentrer sur ce
sport en particulier. Parler de ses « accomplishments », de son expérience, et de ce que l'on
pourrait apporter à l'équipe.