Correction Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017 Pondichéry

Correction Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017 Pondichéry

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Ce sujet abordait sous l'angle de la fiction et de l'article la relation de différentes générations à la lecture. Il était important de bien s'appuyer sur le texte pour bien identifier les attitudes de chacun des personnages. Les sujets d'expression écrite, différents sur la forme (conversation ou argumentation) invitaient tous deux à poursuivre la réflexion sur le rapport à la lecture.

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Correction Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017 Pondichéry

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1) Statement c

2) a. l.6 Nadia “gets A's and B's at school” which means that she gets good grades.

b. Nadia's mother express her satisfaction l 7-8 by saying “I'm just pleased that she reads something”

c. The controversy has started a “passionate debate about what it means to read in the digital age” (l9-10)

3) The Internet can be threat because according to some people it “destroys a precious common culture that exists only through the reading of books”

4) Internet can encourage some teenagers to read about series or topics that they like, even if they do not read books. Maybe they will read forum posts or blog articles instead.

5) a. The three things that Nadia's mother did to encourage her to read were read to her when she was a child, take her to the library to listen to stories and bring books home.

b. According to Nadia's mother, reading is very important because it “opens up doors” to different “places, worlds, people and cultures”

6) Before, Nadia used to spend a lot of time watching anime, now she reads long fanfiction stories on the internet.


7) a. Matilda is described as having a “nimble” (l.1) mind and is a little girl who is “quick to learn” (l.1)

b. Her parents call her a “noisy chatterbox” which means that they think that she speaks too much.

8) correct order: young / a cook book / only / challenging

9) 1b / 2c / 3a

10) Independent and determined are the two adjectives which correspond to Matilda. She is independent because she teaches herself how to read and stays home alone in the afternoons, and since she doesn't give up but find solutions when she needs something (she goes to the library to find a book), we can call her determined.


11) Nadia's mother and Matilda's parents have completely opposite views about reading. Nadia's mother believes that it is extremely important for her daughter to read, while Matilda's parents see it as something which is useless and unnecessary.

12) a. Nadia / b. Matilda


1. It's 2017. Matilda is now an adult. She has a teenage daughter who is addicted to the Internet and who refuses to read books. Imagine their conversation.

'Betty? I'd like to talk to you about something.'

'Does it have to now Mom? I'm watching a hilarious kitten video on Youtu-”

'Yes, Betty. Now. Turn off your computer for five minutes, I promise you won't die. I really don't understand how you can waste so much time doing nothing on the Internet…'

'I'm not doing nothing, Mom. I'm chatting, sending photos, watching videos, listening to music…'

'And what about reading, sweetie? When I was your age-'

'I know, I know. When you were my age you had read every book in the library. So what?'

'So what? So I had learnt so many things, read so many novels and biographies and… Each book was like a door opened on a new world!'

'Good for you. But I find books so… limited. You can only do one thig when you read a book. When I'm on my computer, I can do half a dozen things at once! And sometimes I even read stories too. Just not in books.'

' You're right. When you read a book you can only do one thing, but what a thing! Books take you on journeys to different cultures, they take you on adventures. You can't appreciate the stories if you're doing several things at the same time. You have to trust the author to take you by the hand and introduce you to their world. Here, this is the second book I ever read and it changed my life. Do your mother a favour and try it?'

'Alright Mom, I'll read your book. But if it's boring, I'll go right back to cat videos!'

2. ''Reading opens up doors to places that you probably will never get to visit in your lifetime, to cultures, to worlds, to people''. Do you agree?

I absolutely agree with Nadia's mother when she says that reading is like opening doors onto new cultures, new world and new people. Whether you like reading fiction or non-fiction, every book is a journey, an opportunity to discover the author's world and imagination or point of view.

Reading automatically creates a relationship between the author and the reader, even if the author died years or even centuries ago. When we read texts from Greek or Roman philosophers for instance, it's as if they were speaking directly to us across the centuries. Isn't that fascinating?

Are books the only way to discover new cultures? Of course not, you can also watch films or actually travel to different places, to meet different people, if you can afford it. But when you read a book, you travel for free, just by letting your mind and your imagination follow the author's words. There is something magical and mysterious in being so completely absorbed by a story that you forget about all the rest.

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