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Séquence Évaluations Épreuve Note sur

Évaluation 1 Expression orale* 20


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Évaluation 2 Compréhension écrite 20

Évaluation 3 Compréhension orale* 20


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Évaluation 4 Expression écrite 20

Évaluation 5 Expression orale 20


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Évaluation 6 Compréhension écrite 20

Évaluation 7 Compréhension orale* 20


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Évaluation 8 Expression écrite 20

Évaluation 9 Compréhension orale* 20


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Évaluation 10 Expression écrite 20

Évaluation 11 Expression orale 20


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Évaluation 12 Compréhension écrite 20

Compréhension orale : 3 évaluations Expression orale : 3 évaluations

Compréhension écrite : 3 évaluations Expression écrite : 3 évaluations

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Expression orale ÉD
valuation
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 Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 40 minutes maximum

Expression orale
Vous devez enregistrer vos réponses aux trois activités suivantes sans les rédiger en entier auparavant.
Prenez connaissance de la situation avant de réagir aux différents supports. Le contenu (idées et langue)
de vos réponses doit démontrer que vous avez bien assimilé le contenu de la séquence.

Your situation
You are an enthusiastic supporter of your favourite English language radio station. You have a very strong
opinion about the role of celebrities in the media and the image they vehicle.

Your task
Read or listen to each of the following documents and record a voice message for your local radio expressing
your feelings and your reaction each time. (Each recording must last at least 1 minute 30 seconds, so you
need to justify your reaction with a detailed explanation of your feelings. You may include references to
other celebrities or famous events.)

 Attention 
Le but est bien d’exprimer votre réaction par rapport à chaque événement ou information, et non
pas de vous livrer à un exercice de description de document ! On vous propose 3 documents, vous
devez enregistrer 3 réactions séparées.
Veuillez vous reporter aux critères d’évaluation à la fin du devoir.

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  Rec. 1 

Document 1 radio recording


(La photo ci-dessous vous permettra de mieux comprendre la situation, mais vous devez réagir par rap-
port à l’enregistrement !)

John Lennon, Yoko


Ono “Bed-in for
peace”, May 26 to
June 2, 1969.
© Photo Ruud Hoff/
ANP MAG/AFP.

Document 2

Name Prince Harry (His Royal Highness


Prince Henry of Wales)
Date of birth 15 September 1984
Family back- Son to Prince Charles & Princess Dia-
ground na (died 1997)
Grandson to Queen Elizabeth II
Younger brother to Prince William
Achievements Education at Eton College
Gap year in Australia and Lesotho
Keen polo player and rugbyman
Lieutenant in the British Army
Served in Afghanistan
Charity work
Reasons for Smoked cannabis at 17
making the Clashed with paparazzi
news Wore a Nazi uniform at a fancy dress
party
Used a racist term to address a Pakis-
tani colleague
Filmed a mock mobile call to the
Queen, saying: ‘Granny I’ve got to go,
© dpa / RoyalPress Albert Nieboer / akg-images. got to go, send my love to the Corgis
and Grandpa. I’ve got to go, got to go,
bye. God Save You… yeah, that’s great.”

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Document 3

From the moment the two 8-year-old child stars, Azharuddin Is-
mail and Rubina Ali, stepped into the limelight of the film set, of
the multi Oscar Award winning film, Slumdog Millionaire, they
were doomed to becoming the center of controversy.
First there came the complaints from their families, that the child-
ren did not receive enough compensation for their acting roles, in
a movie that has already grossed over $80 million worldwide.
Controversy has raged over the studios decision to pay for the
children’s schooling, but not give them any large amount of mo-
ney until they are 18 years old. Two months ago Azharuddin’s
family were evicted from their slum hovel and the child star has
been forced to live underneath a plastic tarpaulin.
There have been a series of clashes with the parents over money,
as the studios want the children to have long term benefits from
their film debut. “People would rightly question whether giving
the children a large amount of money was responsible,” says the © Photo Sajjad Hussain/AFP.
film producer Christian Colson.
When the studio wanted to take the children to the Oscars, their
parents allegedly refused to sign the passport papers, saying they
would rather be paid airfares in cash. © Wendy Stenberg-Tendys.

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Barème et critères d’évaluation

Doc 1 Doc 2 Doc 3


• Ton dynamique et convaincant 3 3 3
Savoir faire/savoir être • Voix audible et claire 2 2 2
• Ton monocorde 1 1 1
• Cohérent et structuré 3 3 3
Cohérence du discours • Partiellement structuré 2 2 2
• Peu cohérent 1 1 1
• Fluide et tout à fait compréhensible 3 3 3
Qualité de l’intervention • Des erreurs mais on comprend 2 2 2
• Difficilement compréhensible 1 1 1
• Riche et varié 3 3 3
Vocabulaire • Correct mais simple, voire répétitif 2 2 2
• Pauvre 1 1 1
• Bien employées et variées 3 3 3
Structures • Correctes mais simples et répétitives 2 2 2
• Mal employées 1 1 1
• Phonèmes, rythme et intonation plutôt corrects 3 3 3
Qualité phonologique • Problème de phonème ou d’intonation 2 2 2
• Phonèmes et intonation fautifs 1 1 1
• Riche 2 2 2
Contenu culturel • Existant 1 1 1
• Inexistant 0 0 0

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Compréhension écrite
Madonna adoption case heard amid paternity dispute
By Raphael Tenthani
Posted: 08:18 a.m. EDT, May 04, 2009

BLANTYRE, MALAWI – Malawi’s highest court began deliberating on Madonna’s bid


to adopt a 3-year-old girl from the southern African country, as a dispute erupted
over whether a man trying to stop the proceedings is the girl’s father.
Madonna was not at today’s closed-door hearing at the Malawi Supreme Court of
5 Appeal, and a ruling may not be announced for several days.
The 50-year-old pop star is fighting a lower court’s decision that she cannot adopt
Chifundo “Mercy” James because she had not been screened over time by Malawi
authorities. The court said the rules were bent when Madonna adopted her son David
from Malawi last year.
10 Madonna’s Malawian lawyer Alan Chinula said he was “hopeful” the appeal would
succeed, and argued the lower court had relied on outdated law to block the girl’s
adoption.
Madonna found the girl in 2006 at Kondanani Children’s Village, an orphanage in
the southern town of Bvumbwe just south of the commercial capital of Blantyre. It
15 was the same year she adopted David, whom she found at another orphanage in the
central Mchinji district.
On Sunday, a man told The Associated Press he was the girl’s father, and has sought
help from the Malawi Law Society to stop the adoption.
James Kambewa, a 24-year-old security guard, acknowledged he has never seen
20 the child, who according to court documents was placed in the orphanage when her
14-year-old mother died a few weeks after giving birth to her.
But Kambewa said he now wanted to claim custody of Chifundo.

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“I may be poor, but I think I have what it takes to raise a daughter,” he said. “I will
fight the adoption.”
25 The brother of the girl’s mother told the AP the family does not know Kambewa.
“How can he claim he is the father when he hasn’t been around all this time?” said
Peter Baneti, who explained that the girl was put in the orphanage because there
was no one to breast-feed the baby.
Baneti said he had agreed to the adoption on behalf of the family, and that Kambewa
30 was “just an opportunist.”
Madonna spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg said in an e-mail message she doesn’t know
if Kambewa is the father.
“All I know is that Mercy has been in an orphanage since the day she was born,”
Rosenberg said.
35 Kambewa, in an interview to be aired today on CBS’ The Early Show, said he has only
seen the girl “in newspapers and TV — not face to face.” But he told CBS the girl “is
a Malawian — so (I) need her to grow as a Malawian as well with our culture.”
On the show, Kambewa wore a necklace bearing the girl’s name.
Madonna has founded a charity, Raising Malawi, that helps feed, educate and provide
40 medical care for some of Malawi’s more than 1 million orphans, half of whom have
lost parents to AIDS.
© L’Agence de Presse AP.

1.  General comprehension  (6,5 pts)


1.  The article is about:  (1pt)
¨  a dispute between Madonna and the father of her children
¨  a father who wants to stop Madonna adopting his child
¨  two fathers who dispute the paternity of a child Madonna wants to adopt
¨  a father who wants Madonna to return the child she has adopted

2. Complete the table with information about the principal actors in this news item.  (5 pts)

Name Age Profession Relationship with other


Pop star
Madonna’s adopted son
3
James Kambewa
Peter Baneti

3.  Pick out information in the text to complete this table about the geographic elements.  (0,5 pt)

Name of country Geographic location

……………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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2.  Detailed comprehension  (13,5 pts)
4.  Indicate the name of Malawi’s highest court:  (0,5 pt)
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

5.  True or false? Justify each time by quoting the text.  (5 pts)

True False Justification

a. It’s the first time Malawi justice has


considered the legality of Madonna’s adoption
bid.

b. It’s the second time Madonna has tried to


adopt a child in Malawi.

c. David and Mercy grew up together.

d. Mercy has been separated from her mother


almost all her life.

e. Mercy went to an orphanage because her


family were too poor to look after her.tt

6.  In this legal dispute, there are two sides. For each side indicate the name of the person and of their
legal aid (person or organisation).  (1 pt)

Person Legal aid

Side one

Side two

7.  Explain Liz Rosenberg’s role in your own words.  (1 pt)


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

8.  List the arguments of the different actors as regards Madonna’s wish to adopt Mercy. Indicate
(between brackets) the actor’s name for each argument.  (5 pts)

Arguments for Arguments against

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9.  In your opinion, whose side does the journalist take? Explain why.  (1 pt)
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Total des points sur 20

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Compréhension orale  (20 pts)

  Rec. 2 

Répondez aux questions en écoutant le document un maximum de quatre fois.


(Vous pouvez marquer des pauses.)

1.  Complete the table.  (8 pts)

Number of speakers Total ........ Male ........ Female ........

Where does the scene probably


take place? (justify)

Speaker 1 Speaker 2
Details about each speaker’s family.
(Indicate jobs when mentioned.)

(Speaker 1 = 1st voice;


Speaker 2 = 2nd voice)

Details about each speaker’s job

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2.  Answer the following questions.  (8 pts)

a. What is Speaker 2 looking for?


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

b. Does Speaker 2 find what he’s looking for? Why / why not?
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

c. How does Speaker 2 prove what he’s looking for?


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

d. Why does Speaker 1 say ‘I can’t be your mother, can I?’?


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

e. What does Speaker 1 say she should remember?


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

f. In fact, does she remember? (Justify your answer.)


......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

g. What does Speaker 1 refuse to tell Speaker 2? (She says ‘I can’t tell you that’.)
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

h. What is the most important difference between Speaker 2 and the other children in his family?
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

3.  True or false? Justify your answer with elements from the dialogue.  (4 pts)

a. Speaker 1 regrets not being present for Speaker 2. True False


....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

b. Speaker 1 is surprised Speaker 2 is single. True False


....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

c. Speaker 1 likes her job. True False


....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

d. Speaker 1 thinks Speaker 2 has made a success of life. True False

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Expression écrite
You are participating in a competition to recruit a director’s assistant for JAMES CAMERON (the director
of Titanic and Avatar). Read the competition rules carefully (and send your completed work to the Cned
for assessment).

  Wanted 

Director’s Assistant
for
JAMES CAMERON
(director of Titanic and Avatar)

Competition rules:
►  Each candidate must create a storyboard for a film of his
imagination.
►  Each storyboard must consist of 2 stills.
►  Each still must include a drawing to represent the decor, an
indication about the camera shot, a description of the decor,
a description of the characters’ appearance (clothing) and
their actions.
►  Each still must be accompanied by a script containing at
least 10 cues (répliques).

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Barème et critères d’évaluation
Critères d’évaluation – note attribuée en fonction du degré de réussite
(peu satisfaisant – moyen – bien) pour chaque critère.

Still 1 Still 2

Représentation graphique du décor 0à2 0à2

Représentation verbale du décor 0à2 0à2

Plans cinématographiques 0à1 0à1

Description des personnages 0à3 0à3

Authenticité du dialogue 0à3 0à3

Correction grammaticale 0à5 0à5

Richesse lexicale 0à4 0à4

Total des points sur 40, ramenés à 20 par le professeur correcteur.

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Expression orale Évaluation
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Expression orale
Vous allez enregistrer un discours que vous prononcerez avec conviction en le déclamant comme si vous
étiez devant un public. Vous pouvez donc le rédiger en entier auparavant, mais la prestation orale doit
être vivante. Le contenu de votre discours et la manière de le livrer doivent démontrer que vous avez bien
assimilé le contenu de la séquence.

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Your situation   Rotary* Club 

Young Orators’ Competition

Send your entry to your local Rotary today !


*Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, profes-
sional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians,
provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations,
and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
* runner up = second
© akg-images/De Agostini Pict. Library.
You have entered The Young Orators’ competition run by the Rotary
Club. To be selected for the finals to be held at the United Nations Building in New York in June, you must
be the winner or the runner up* in your local competition.

Your task
Participate in the local competition run by your neighborhood Rotary Club:

  Rotary club 
Local competition
Record a three-minute-long-speech in defence of the cause you think the Rotary Club (on a local,
national or global level) should defend in priority.

Entries will be judged for


■  the rhetorical quality of your performance (content and delivery);
■  the degree of conviction in your voice and in your arguments and;
■  the originality of the cause you choose to defend.

Win your chance to fly to New York


and speak at the United Nations Building!
Don’t delay! Speak today!

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  Attention  
Le but est de bien prononcer un discours en défense de la cause de votre choix. Votre prestation
devra durer environ 3 minutes.

Barème et critères d’évaluation 

• Ton dynamique et convaincant 3


Savoir faire/savoir être • Voix audible et clair 2
• Ton monocorde 1
• Cohérent et structuré 3
Cohérence du discours • Partiellement structuré 2
• Peu cohérent 1
Qualité de l’intervention sur le plan • Recours systématique à des effets rhétoriques 3
rhétorique (allitérations, répétitions,
• Recours ponctuel à des effets rhétoriques 2
opinions, statistiques, appels à l’émotion
etc.) • Peu de recours à des effets rhétoriques 1
• Riche et varié 3
Vocabulaire • Correct mais simple, voire répétitif 2
• Pauvre 1
• Bien employées et variées 3
Structures • Correctes mais simples et répétitives 2
• Mal employées 1
• Phonèmes, rythme et intonation plutôt corrects 3
Qualité phonologique • Problème de phonème ou d’intonation 2
• Phonèmes et intonation fautifs 1
• Riche & original 2
Contenu culturel et originalité • Riche ou original 1
• Inexistant 0

Total sur 20 points

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Compréhension écrite
Mrs. Mongella, Under Secretary Kittani, distinguished delegates and
guests:
I would like to thank the Secretary General of the United Nations for
inviting me to be part of the United Nations Fourth World Conference on
5 Women. This is truly a celebration – a celebration of the contributions
women make in every aspect of life: in the home, on the job, in their
communities, as mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, learners, workers,
citizens and leaders.
It is also a coming together, much the way women come together
10 everyday in every country.
We come together in fields and in factories. In village markets and
­supermarkets. In living rooms and board rooms.
There are some who question the reason for this conference.
Let them listen to the voices of women in their homes,
15 neighborhoods,and workplaces.
There are some who wonder whether the lives of women and girls
matter to economic and political progress around the globe.
Let them look at the women gathered here and at Huairou1 – the
­homemakers, nurses, teachers, lawyers, policymakers, and women
20 who runtheir own businesses.
It is conferences like this that compel governments and people
­everywhere to listen, look and face the world’s most pressing problems.
What we are learning around the world is that if women are healthy and
educated, their families will flourish. If women are free from violence,
25 their families will flourish. If women have a chance to work and earn as
full and equal partners in society, their families will flourish.
And when families flourish, communities and nations will flourish.

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That is why every woman, every man, every child, every family, and every
nation on our planet has a stake in the discussion that takes place here.
30 As an American, I want to speak up for women in my own country
– women who are raising children on the minimum wage, women
who can’t afford health care or child care, women whose lives are
threatened by violence, including violence in their own homes.
I want to speak up for mothers who are fighting for good schools, safe
35 neighborhoods, clean air and clean airwaves; for older women, some
of them widows, who have raised their families and now find that their
skills and life experiences are not valued in the workplace; for women
who are working all night as nurses, hotel clerks, and fast food cooks
so that they can be at home during the day with their kids; and for
40 women everywhere who simply don’t have time to do everything they
are called upon to do each day.
It is a violation of human rights when women and girls are sold into
the slavery of prostitution.
It is a violation of human rights when women are doused with gasoline,
45 set on fire and burned to death because their marriage dowries are
deemed too small.
It is a violation of human rights when individual women are raped in
their own communities and when thousands of women are subjected
to rape as a tactic or prize of war.
50 Now it is time to act on behalf of women everywhere. If we take bold
steps to better the lives of women, we will be taking bold steps to
better the lives of children and families too.
Families rely on mothers and wives for emotional support and care;
families rely on women for labor in the home; and increasingly, families
55 relyon women for income needed to raise healthy children and care for
other relatives.
As long as discrimination and inequities remain so commonplace
around the world – as long as girls and women are valued less, fed
less, fed last, overworked, underpaid, not schooled and subjected to
60 violence in and out of their homes – the potential of the human family
to create a ­peaceful, prosperous world will not be realized.
Let this Conference be our – and the world’s – call to action.
And let us heed the call so that we can create a world in which every
woman is treated with respect and dignity, every boy and girl is loved
65 and cared for equally, and every family has the hope of a strong and
stable future.
Thank you very much.
God’s blessings on you, your work and all who will benefit from it.

Remarks by Hillary Rodham Clinton while First Lady


to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women.
Plenary Session in Beijing, China: 5 September 1995.

1. Huairou : a district in Northern Beijing where NGOs gathered during the World Conference on Women.

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1.  General Comprehension  (5 pts)
1.  Nature of the document:  (0,5 pt)
¨  a letter ¨ an article ¨ an extract from a novel ¨ a speech

2.  Complete the table with the appropriate details.  (1,5 pt)

Author:

Event associated with the document:

Subject of the document:

3.  The document can be divided into six parts. Complete the table to indicate its structure.  (3 pts)

Lines Key idea

Part One 1-

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

2.  Detailed Comprehension  (15 pts)


4.  True or false? Justify each sentence by quoting the text.  (3 pts)

True False Justification

a. The conference is a form of reunion.

b. The writer only talks about women in cities.

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True False Justification

c. Everyone applauds the conference.

d. The writer believes conferences play a vital


role in society.

e. The conference only concerns women.

f. American women are different.

5.  Quote the part of the text where the writer speaks about the following points.  (3 pts)

education:

parity in
employment:

ill-treatment:

pollution:

poverty:

unsocial hours:

6.  Complete the following table with one example of each of the techniques present in the document.  (3,5 pts)

Technique Example

A Alliteration

F Facts

O Opinions

R Repetition

E Emotive language

S Statistics

T Three (rules of)

Pronouns

Flattery

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7. Explain the use of the following pronouns.  (1,5 pt)
l.4 “me” refers to

l.11 “we” refers to ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

l.14 “them” refers to ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

8.  From line 57 to the end (last three paragraphs), pick out:  (2,5 pts)
- Three references to forms of discrimination: .............................................................................................................................................................
..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

- Two references to forms of exploitation: ..........................................................................................................................................................................


..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

9.  In your opinion, is this a good example of this type of document? Explain why.
(about 40 words)  (1,5 pt)
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Compréhension orale Évaluation
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 Important   Veuillez réaliser ce devoir après avoir étudié la séquence 4.

►  Temps à consacrer : 40 minutes maximum.

Compréhension orale

  Rec. 3 

Répondez aux questions en écoutant le document un maximum de quatre fois.


(Vous pouvez marquer des pauses.)

1.  Complete the table:  (7 pts)

…………… male …………… female


Number of speakers:
………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………
Name & profession of speakers:

Where the scene probably takes


place: (justify)

Topic of the conversation:

Principal male speaker: Female speaker:


¨ hesitant ¨ hesitant
Tones of voice
¨ self-assured ¨ self-assured
(more than 1 answer possible):
¨ exasperated ¨ exasperated
¨  calm and collected ¨  calm and collected

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2.  Answer the following questions:   (3 pts)
a. What is the name of the programme?
b. What must the listeners do?
c. Why does the presenter let the woman speak first?

3.  True or false? Justify your answer with elements from the dialogue.  (3 pts)
a. The two speakers can speak for an unlimited time.
b. The woman’s attitude is negative.
c. The two speakers are in disagreement.

4.  Complete the table with key words for each speaker’s ideas on the subject:  (7 pts)

The woman’s ideas: The man’s ideas:

No fashion = no shops No fashion  = …

Total des points sur 20

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Expression écrite Évaluation
8
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  Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 1 heure maximum

Expression écrite

Your task
Write a letter to defend a campaign.

The situation
You are President of your local Students Against Sweatshops Organisation and you want the International
Olympic Committee (IOC) to make sure sportswear and merchandise (bags, caps and paper products) sold
to promote the next Olympic Games are manufactured in working conditions that respect ethical trading.
You are going to write a letter to present your point of view and to convince the IOC to act accordingly.

The facts
The information you have already studied in this sequence + the press cuttings below.

A campaign for a Fair Olympics


Sponsorship and merchandise along the production chain to the (half the legal minimum wage
for the Olympic Games is worth point of ­distribution. in China), and employees made
hundreds of millions of pounds. to work up to 15 hours per day,
New research published today
Meanwhile, workers who produce seven days a week producing
shows that licensed goods
sportswear and merchandise, Olympic merchandise.
bearing the logo of the 2012
wherever they are, are denied
games have been made in The report, based on interviews
their basic rights. Campaigners
factories where child labour and with 320 workers in China, India,
want the IOC to guarantee ethical
gross exploitation are common. Thailand and Indonesia, has
trading for all goods bearing
­
The report finds evidence of found that workers in China are
the Olympic logo, ensuring that
children as young as 12 years making shoes for £1 per day and
workers’ rights are respected all
old, adults earning 14p per hour footballs for 25p each.
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Barème et critères d’évaluation

Note attribuée en fonction du degré de réussite (insatisfaisant –


peu satisfaisant – moyen – bien – très bien) pour chaque critère.
Adéquation du contenu par rapport au contexte 0à4
Respect du format lettre 0à4
Correction grammaticale 0à4
Richesse lexicale 0à4
Degré de fluidité et d’authenticité 0à4

Total des points sur 20

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9
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 Important   Veuillez réaliser ce devoir après avoir étudié la séquence 5.

► Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 40 minutes maximum.

Compréhension orale

  Rec. 4 

Répondez aux questions en écoutant le document un maximum de quatre fois.


(Vous pouvez marquer des pauses.)

1.  Complete the table:  (5 pts)

Number of speakers: …………… male …………… female

Name of principal speaker:

Role of other speakers:

Name of one of the other speakers:

Topic of the conversation:

2.  Complete the table with information about the principal speaker.  (5 pts)

Date he joined the Communist Party:

His approximate age at the time:

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Where he attended Party meetings:

Date he left the Communist Party:

Number of years ago:

3.  True or false? Justify your answer with elements from the dialogue.  (4 pts)
a. The principal speaker is always honest.

b. The principal speaker was forced to leave the Communist Party.

c. He insists on the wrongness of Communism.

d. He claims to be patriotic.

4.  Pick out the characters’ arguments concerning “cooperating”.  (8 pts)

The principal speaker’s argument The other speakers’ arguments

- -

5.  Pick out the characters’ arguments concerning ‘innocence’.  (4 pts)

The principal speaker’s argument The other speakers’ argument

- -

6.  Answer the following questions about the end of the extract:  (4 pts)
a. What risk is the principal speaker not prepared to take?

b. What “game” does he accuse the other characters of playing?

Total des points sur 30, ramenés sur 20 par le correcteur

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10
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►  Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 2 heures maximum.

Expression écrite

Your task
Write the script for the scene of a play (= a “playlet”) about a witch-hunt.

The situation
You are the scriptwriter for an association called ‘WITCH!’ (Witch-hunting Is Totally Contrary to Human
rights). Your association tries to heighten the public’s awareness to the totalitarian aspect of collective
witch-hunts by presenting short scenes from plays about witch-hunts that have marked the history of the
western world. The members of your association perform these “playlets” at public events across the
globe.

The facts
The association already has “playlets” about most witch-hunts listed on their pamphlet (see page 34),
except for the Rosenbergs or Sacco & Vanzetti.
Choose ONE of the remaining witch-hunts.
Research into it, to identify key characters and the type of argument used by “the witch-hunters”.
Write your “playlet” as you learnt to do in Sequence 5. (You should aim to write at least 300 words).

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Witch-hunting is totally contrary


to human rights!

WITCH-HUNTS IN HISTORY THAT SHOULD


NEVER HAVE HAPPENED!

• Socrates (Greece)
• Martin Luther (Germany)
• Galileo (Italy)
• Joan of Arc (France/GB)
• Dreyfus (France)
• The Rosenbergs (USA)
• Sacco & Vanzetti (USA)
• Japanese-American internment camps (USA-WW2)
• Rom gypsies (EUROPE)

Barème et critères d’évaluation

Critères d’évaluation - note attribuée en fonction du degré de réussite (insatis-


faisant – peu satisfaisant – moyen – bien – très bien) pour chaque critère.
Adéquation du contenu par rapport au contexte et à la consigne
0-4
(thème, longueur)
Respect du format d’une pièce de théâtre (didascalies, noms,
0-4
ponctuation – voir Act. 8)
Correction grammaticale 0-4
Richesse lexicale 0-4
Degré de fluidité et d’authenticité 0-4

Total des points sur 20.

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Expression orale Évaluation
11
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  Remarques techniques 
Ce devoir est composé de deux parties. Ces deux parties doivent être déposées conjointement sur
votre espace inscrit pour faire corriger ce devoir.

►  Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 40 minutes maximum.

Expression orale
Vous devez enregistrer votre réponse à la tâche suivante en parlant comme si vous la livriez à un jury de
sélection pour entrer dans une université américaine. Vous pouvez donc la rédiger en entier auparavant,
mais la prestation orale doit être vivante. Le contenu de votre message et la manière de le livrer doivent
démontrer que vous avez bien assimilé le contenu de la séquence.

Your situation
You have applied to a prestigious American university to follow the course of your choice.
The university has sent the following note with the application form (remember Activity 2):

  For the attention of international students 


As part of the admission procedure, American students must write a 1000 word essay to convince the
admissions committee that they should accept their application.
All international students must send the admissions committee a recording of their talk on these
two different subjects:
1. “ How I think attending an American university can contribute to my self-fulfilment.”
2. “ Why I think this university should consider my application.”
Each talk must last at least 1 min. 30. The entire recording must not exceed 4 mins.

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Your task
Record your talk on both subjects. (Remember that the objective is to convince the admissions committee
that you are a particularly interesting person with original ideas and / or exceptional academic or sporting
skills, who would be a valuable addition to the university community.)

 Attention 
le but est bien de défendre votre point de vue pour chaque question de manière convaincante et ori-
ginale. Chaque « réponse » devra durer entre 1 ½ et 2 minutes.

Barème et critères d’évaluation

•  ton dynamique et convaincant 3


Savoir-faire/savoir-être •  voix audible et claire 2
•  ton monocorde 1
•  cohérent et structuré 3
Cohérence du discours •  partiellement structuré 2
•  peu cohérent 1

Qualité de l’intervention •  recours systématique à des effets rhétoriques 3


sur le plan rhétorique (opinion, •  recours ponctuel à des effets rhétoriques 2
exemples, appel à l’émotion, etc.) •  peu de recours à des effets rhétoriques 1
•  riche et varié 3
Vocabulaire •  correct mais simple, voire répétitif 2
• pauvre 1
•  bien employées et variées 3
Structures •  correctes mais simples et répétitives 2
•  mal employées 1
•  phonèmes, rythme et intonation plutôt corrects 3
Qualité phonologique •  problème de phonème ou d’intonation 2
•  phonèmes et intonation fautifs 1
•  riche & original 2
Contenu culturel •  riche ou original 1
• inexistant 0

Total des points sur 20

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12
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►  Temps à consacrer à l’évaluation : 1 heure maximum.

Compréhension écrite
Long Journey Ends For Seantrel Henderson
Bill Greene Feb 3, 2010
A year-long recruiting journey for Scout.com’s top-rated player has ended, with Seantrel Henderson
deciding to play college football at USC. Henderson, from St. Paul (MN) Cretin Derham Hall, chose
the Trojans over Ohio State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Florida, and Miami, in a nationally televised
ceremony. Henderson began the year as one of the highest rated prospects in the country, and he
did nothing to dispel that ranking.
His senior season culminated in being selected as Parade Magazine’s Player of the Year. He was also
named the nation’s top offensive lineman at the United States Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
Henderson afterward discussed his experience playing in the prestigious All-Star game.
“I had a tremendous week here in San Antonio,” Henderson began. “Everyone treated us so great
all week and the fans really came out and supported us. I didn’t know too many of these players
at first, but I knew they were the best players in the nation, and by the end of the week we were all
great friends. Coming out with the win in the end was just perfect.”
The United States Army All-American Bowl is a unique experience, and the military tie-in was not
lost on Henderson.
“It meant a lot to me being a part of the game sponsored by the Army,” he said. “Our Army does so
much for our country, and the whole world really, and it was great having our own soldier-hero with
us. I think our military people should get noticed far more than football players, so I was glad to be
able to be around them all week.”
The journey to select his college was not an easy choice for Henderson, and he admitted that in an
interview with Scout.com in January.
“I just try to take things in stride really, but at the same time, it is pretty stressful,” he admitted.
“Every time I think things are starting to fall in place, something happens, and then I’m kind of
thrown for a loop. It’s hard for me to narrow it down where I want to go because there have been so
many coaching changes, and other things happening.”

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Henderson was aided in the selection process by his father, Sean, who also discussed the toll his
son’s recruitment took on the family, but also the lessons he wanted his son to learn from this
process.
“I would say we know how blessed we are to see our son in this position, and we’re quite proud of
him,” Sean Henderson told Scout.com in January. “It has been a little stressful, but we have tried
to teach Seantrel that with high expectations and praise, come responsibilities, such as dealing
cordially with people like yourself. We know people are interested in the recruiting process, and
we’ve tried to be fair with everybody. The bottom line is that not every kid gets to meet these great
coaches, or have so many great universities recruiting you, so all of us look at it as a blessing, and
we’re quite thankful.”
On the first Wednesday in February, the recruitment of Seantrel Henderson ended, but at the same
time, his college career is now just months away from beginning.
Once the glow of National Signing Day wears off, Seantrel Henderson will head back to the weight
room at Cretin Derham Hall, because he knows that the announcement of a college selection
doesn’t end the pressure he felt as a high school superstar, it increases it dramatically.
adapted from Scout.com

1.  General Comprehension  (5 pts)


1.  Nature of document  (0,5 pt)
¨  a letter ¨  an article ¨  a speech ¨  an extract from a novel

2.  Complete the table with the appropriate details.  (1 pt)

Author:

Subject of the document:

3.  Complete the identity card for the ‘hero’ of the story:  (3,5 pts)

Full name:

Present school:

Present class:

Future school:

Sport:

Why he is famous in the States:

Father’s name:

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2.  Detailed Comprehension  (15 pts)
4.  Pick out one name in the text for each of the following categories:  (1,5 pt)

An American college

An American town

An American state

An American high school

An American team

A high school football all-star game

5.  Answer the following questions and justify each time with a quote from the text.  (4 pts)
a. Who made the final choice: Henderson or the college?
b. How long is the selection process?
c. What is Henderson’s attitude towards the Army?
d. What does Henderson find difficult about choosing a college?

6.  True or false? Justify by quoting the text.  (7 pts)


a. Henderson’s performance during the year was not always the best.
b. Henderson’s team lost the All-Star game.
c. The selection process is simple and straightforward.
d. Henderson’s father has mixed feelings about the selection process.
e. He believes the selection process has contributed to his son’s personal development.
f. He doesn’t realize how lucky his son is.
g. Now that the selection process is over, Henderson can relax.

7.  Pick out a word or expression in the text showing that:  (1,5 pt)
a. Henderson is considered to be a very good football player.
b. The footballers in the All-Star game are of exceptional quality.
c. Henderson tries to manage stress in a positive way.

8.  This passage shows the importance of college sports in American culture. What other aspect of
American culture does it illustrate?  (1 pt)

Total des points sur 20.

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