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FICHE D’EVALUATION ET DE NOTATION POUR LA COMPREHENSION DE L’ORAL (LV1)

TRIBUTE TO A MUSIC ICON

Comprendre un document de type monologue ou exposé.

L’élève n’a pas compris le document, il n’en a repéré que des éléments isolés sans parvenir à établir de liens entre eux. Il n’a 0
pas identifié le sujet ou le thème du document.

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du document.

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lacunaire ou partielle. L’élève a su identifier la nature de l’enregistrement et l’idée générale. Evocation du passé.

B1 Les informations principales ont été relevées, l’essentiel a été compris, compréhension satisfaisante.  L’élève a su 8
relever les points principaux et peut donner certains détails (notamment la personnalité de la Diva / son exemple / le
modèle/ la nostalgie du temps passé (would) / les souvenirs d’enfance / le ton )

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Le contenu informatif a été compris, ainsi que l’attitude et le point de vue du locuteur + ton (admiration/respect /volonté de
ne pas la décevoir/ fierté ) et ses intentions. Compréhension fine.

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Handscript  TRIBUTE TO A MUSIC ICON I
……………………………………… when I was a kid, people ………………… ……………… always ask
me ‘ What ………………… it ………………………………… like to be Aretha Franlkin’s grand-
daughter ‘? And I ………… always shrug my ………………………………… and go , ‘I don’t
know, it’s just my grandma’ and at that young age I ………………………… really
………………………………… what that really ………………………………… . I …………………………………she
was someone ………………………………… , I knew she was ………………………………… important,
but I didn’t really understand ……………………… big it ……………………… . As a kid, I’ve
………………………………… some of the ………………………………… things, I…………… ……………………
some of the greatest …………………………………and it was …………………… because these
………………………………… people were ………………………………… to meet me , and when I
………………………………… go to her shows and I’d ………………………………… her sing, it
………………………………… be the best feeling in the world. Nothing …………………………………
better to me than the way my grandma ………………………… . Her voice …………………………
you feel something, you …………………………… every ………………………… , every note and
every ………………………………… in the songs she………………………………… . Her voice
………………………………… peace , and watching her on ………………………………… from my
young ……………………… to the last ………………………………… I …………………… her at, I knew
that …………………………………was something I was ……………………… to ……………… . As a kid
I ………………………………… understand what it was ………………………… to be Aretha Franklin’s
grand-daughter. It ………………………………… amazing to see a woman so……………………………,
so…………………………………, ………………………………… , so ………………………………… and to be
……………………… to call that my grand-mother, to know that I have that
………………………………… through my ………………………………… and to know that she is a
………………………………… of who I ……………………… , there’s ………………………………… like that!
I’m so ……………………………to have had someone like her in my life to ………………………the
………………………for me. I love you grandma and I will make you ………………………………….
Handscript 

I remember when I was a kid, people used to always ask me ‘ What does it feel
like to be Aretha Franlkin’s grand-daughter ‘? And I’d always shrug my shoulders
and go , ‘I don’t know, it’s just my grandma’ and at that young age I didn’t really
understand what that really meant. I knew she was someone special, I knew she
was someone important, but I didn’t really understand how big it was . As a kid,
I’ve seen some of the greatest things, I’ve met some of the greatest people and it
was crazy because these amazing people were excited to meet me , and when I
would go to her shows and I watch her sing, it would be the best feeling in the
world. Nothing sounds better to me than the way my grandma sings. Her voice
made you feel something, you felt every word, every note and every emotion in the
songs she sang. Her voice brought peace , and watching her on stage from my
young age to the last performance I saw her at, I knew that performing was
something I was born to do. As a kid I couldn’t understand what it was like to be
Aretha Franklin’s grand-daughter. It feels amazing to see a woman so fierce, so
courageous, gifted , so respected and to be able to call that my grand-mother, to
know that I have that running through my blood and to know that she is a part of
who I am , there’s nothing like that! I’m so proud to have had someone like her in
my life to pave the way for me. I love you grandma and I will make you proud.