Langue anglaise – examen 18 corrigé, Examens de Langue Anglaise. Université Denis Diderot (Paris VII)
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Langue anglaise – examen 18 corrigé, Examens de Langue Anglaise. Université Denis Diderot (Paris VII)

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Langue anglaise – examen 18 corrigé. Les principaux thèmes abordés sont les suivants: compréhension, expression, traduction.
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CORRIGE BAC STI/STT SESSION 2000

N.B. : Le corrigé ci-dessous a été transmis par un collègue et puis corrigé par un autre collègue ayant participé à la commission d’entente. Il devrait être donc aussi fiable que possible. Merci à D. Simonnet et B. Longre

1. COMPREHENSION SUR 24 POINTS RAMENES SUR 12General Comprehension 3 points (0.5x6) Fill in the blanks in the following summary with wordsfrom the text : (one blank = one word). The narrator is a young ____INDIAN_(1)___ who returned to live on his ___RESERVATION___

after a few years in a __CITY__(2)_ First, he was unable to do anything, then he started to

__PLAY____BASKETBALL____ again, which he ____LIKED_(3)___ very much.

(1) student / kid ne sont pas acceptés. Majuscule obligatoire.

(2) college n'est pas accepté ; town non plus

(3) refuser le demi point si le verbe n'est pas au prétérit)

Detailed comprehension (1 point x 9)A. True or False ? Tick the correct answer and justify it with a brief quotation. 1 point ou zéro. Pas de demi points. Dans le cas de 2 justifications données, compter faux si une des deux est incorrecte.. On accepte les points de suspension à l'intérieur d'une justification dès lors que les bornes (début/fin) sont clairement délimitées. Ne pas pénaliser l'absence de guillemets. Les passages entre parenthèses ne sont pas obligatoires. Tout le reste l'est. True False 1 - The narrator's family had always thought that he would not enjoy life in the city". ........ X "(When I got back to the reservation), my family wasn't surprised to see me. Ou : "They'd been expecting me since the day I left (for Seattle)". 2 - The narrator was very passive for some time. ............................................................... X "Mostly I watched television". ou "For weeks I flipped through channels (searched for answers in the game shows and soapoperas)" 3 - His mother observed him and did not worry about his future. . ...................................... X "What are you going to do with the rest of your life?" "My mother would ..... hand the paper to me" lines 6-7 (la phrase entière étant obligatoire) 4 - The narrator had never been to university. . .................................................................. X

"A former college student". Ou : "At the college (I attended for a couple of years)". 5 - He was impatient to find a job. ...................................................................................... X "For a few months I didn't even look at the wants ads (my mother circled)" et: "just left the newspaper where she had set it down". 6 - TV stopped interesting him. ........................................................................................... X "(after a while, though), I got tired of television". 7 - The narrator was a beginner at basketball. . .................................................................. X "I'd been a good player in high school". ou : "Since I had been good before." Ou : "I also wanted to learn the game again." On accepte aussi : "I started to play ...again" (lines 14- 15) 8 - Basketball gave him pleasant sensations. .................................................................... X "I liked the way the ball felt in my hands (and the way my feet felt inside my shoes)". 9 - For the narrator there is great solidarity between Indians. ............................................ X "The most intense competition is Indians versus Indians." B. Tick the narrator's reasons for playing basketball alone : 3 points (1 x 3) Oter un point par réponse fausse (une réponse fausse annule une réponse juste). Ne pas descendre au dessous de zéro). He had no friends. He was afraid of the others.  He was not as good as he used to be. He had stopped playing for some time. He did not like playing ina team.  He preferred to train before playing with others. The others refused to play with him.

C .- Pick out two passages showing that there was pressure on the narrator from the tribe. 2 points (2 x 1) Ne pas retirer de points pour une réponse fausse. la phrase entière est obligatoire Lines 10 to 12 : I was one of those Indians who was supposed to make it, (to rise above the rest of the reservation like a fucking eagle or something. I was a new kind of warrior) Lines 20 to 21 : Since I had been good before and embarrassed fellows, I knew they would want to take revenge on me. On peut ajouter toute la fin du paragraphe, mais on ne donnera qu'un demi point (car ce dernier passage est générique) D.Tick the correct answer. 3 point (3 x 1)

Une seule réponse (sans quoi compter faux).1 - "Indians can reside in the city, but they can never live there " means that : Il y a une erreur à la 4ème proposition (no comment !!). Ne pas en tenir compte dans la mesure ou il est clair que ce n'est pas la bonne réponse ! (J’avais corrigé cette erreur dans la version en ligne (« a » au lieu de « is ». J.D.) Indians are not allowed to live in the city.  Indians can never really adapt to city life. Indians only work in the city but go home to the reservation even, night. Indians need is special permission to go to the city.

2 - "I was the new kind of warrior " means that. The narrator was a soldier. The narrator wanted to fight against non-Indians. The narrator was a symbol for the others on the reservation. The narrator was at war with other Indians.

3 - 'I'd been too out of shape from drinking and sadness " means that : The narrator was in poor physical condition after drinking too much because lie was depressed. The narrator had been depressed and had started to drink after losing his physical condition. The narrator had been too sad to drink anything. The narrator always felt sad when he drank too much.

E. Vocabulary. Find in the text equivalents of these words:4 points (8 x 0.5) 1. zapped (in 2 words): ............ flipped through On refusera "Flip" : le -ed est obligatoire 2. job offers (in 2 words): ......... want ads 3. intelligent: ............................ smart 4. to succeed (in 2 words): make it (accepter "to make it" qui fait 3 mots … Merci aux vérificateurs du sujet !! Refuser "to make" seul) 5. a moment: ............................. a while 6. alone (in 2 words ): ............... by myself 7. egoistic: ............................... selfish 8. against: ................................ versus2. EXPRESSION ECRITEAnswer the two questions 1. Imagine a conversation between the narrator and his mother about his attitude. Use expressions of advice and reproach (80 words). Sur 6 points. adéquation à la tache (dialogue) .......... 1 point correction de la langue .................... 2 points respect des structures (conseils/reproches) 1 point Richesse et prise de risques .............. 2 points

Candidat qui récite des formules toutes faites ou qui se contente de reprendre le texte : zéro. 2. In your opinion what benefits can sports bring to people's lives ? Give examples from your own experience.(120 words). Sur 10 points. Le sujet est traité (répond à la question posée).: ................ 2 points Qualité de la présentation (ponctuation, etc.) Qualité de la langue : ............................................................. 6 points (Richesse, précision, prise de risques) (erreurs de lexique, de temps, de syntaxe) Suit un développement logique, une progression, ............. 2 points s'efforce de démontrer quelque chose ; les articulations sont bien marquées.

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