Corrigé Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017

Corrigé Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017

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Corrigé Anglais LV1 - Bac STMG 2017

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COMPREHENSION ECRITE

DOCUMENT 1 AND DOCUMENT 2

A. Choose one title that best applies to BOTH documents. Justify your answer by quoting one sentence from each text

1 Commemorating the First World War. ‘the remembrance of the First World War (l1 text 1) and ‘this tribute is (…) for all the dispatch riders of World War One’ (L19 Text 2)


DOCUMENT 1

B. 1) Copy the table onto your paper and complete it with elements from the text

• John Mc Crae contributed with his poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ in 1915. (l6) and Moina Mickael advertised the poppy as a commemorating symbol in 1918.

• Anna Guérin had been manufacturing the flowers in France to raise money before 1921.

• British Legion started producing the poppy in Britain in 1922.


2) Choose the photo which provided inspiration for the poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ and write your answer onto your copy.

Photo C ‘Fields’ (L6)


3) Pick out two sentences in the text which show that the poppy is still used as a symbol today.

The poppy is still used as a symbol today because ‘it continues to do so today’ (l 16) ‘The poppy continues to be sold worldwide’ (l20)


C. 1) Apart from being a symbol of remembrance, what was the poppy also used for? Answer the question by quoting the text.

2) Pick out TWO categories of people who benefited from the money raised by the sale of poppies.

The poppy is also used to ‘Raise money’ (l11) for ‘War orphans (l14) and ‘disabled ex-servicemen’. (l15)


D. Answer the following questions on your paper. Which poppy colour is supposed to commemorate

White poppies are for reconciliation and pacifism, purple poppies are for animals killed in the war and red poppies is for dead soldiers and civilians.


DOCUMENT 2

E. 1) Copy the following identity forms onto your paper and complete them.

David Holdway - Davis.

Age: 20

City, Country: Brisbane, Australia.

Job: Building apprentice

Hobby: Motorbike


Oswald Davis

City: Birmingham

Military rank: Corporal

Military mission: dispatch rider

Hobbies 1: Bike

Hobbies 2: Writing


2) Complete David’s family tree. Copy boxes A and B onto your paper and complete them with information about the following elements: 1) family relation, 2) name, 3) date of death, 4) name.

Box A

1) Great - grandfather

2) Oswald Davis

3) 1962


Box B 

Father: 4) Philip


3) Conclusion. Fill in the following sentence with your own words.

Although the men in the grey boxes belong to different ages, they have a similar passion.


F. Copy the table onto your paper and complete it with words from the text.

Countries of origin of the participants

 - England – Australia – France – New Zealand

Means of transportation: Motorbike

Itinerary: 

Departure: Abbeville

1st stop: Near Oswald’s first army muster site

2nd stop: Amiens

3rd stop: Senlis-le-Sec

Arrival: Thiepval


G. Choose the correct answer and copy it onto your paper

The main goal of the special journey is to honour soldiers.


H. 1) True or false? Answer the question and justify by quoting the text.a) False. Oswald “left an archive of work, including his war diary, newspaper articles and two novels” (l26).

b) True. The bike was “Oswald’s machine” (l30) and ‘he somehow managed to do all his own repairs’ (l32).

c) True. Oswald managed to “drive through mud-filled craters, dodging shrapnel and bombs, and deal with lice, hunger and constant fear”. (l33)


2) Explain in your own words how David considers Oswald. Justify with a quotation from the text. (maximum 40 words)

David is really proud and full of admiration toward Oswald. He said: “My generation can learn a lot from men like him” (l34). He also needs to know how it was for his great great uncle. 


DOCUMENT 1 AND DOCUMENT 2

I. How do people commemorate the war and honour its victims? Pick out five examples mentioned in document 1 and document 2.People have several ways to commemorate the war and honour its victims.

For example, they can create a symbol “the poppy’s origin as a popular symbol of remembrance” (l2). They can also “raise money” (l13) for “war orphans” (l14) or for “disabled ex-servicemen”. They can go further than this by experiencing the previous chaos by “completing a commemorative motorbike ride across the battlefield” (l2). Eventually, people can build a “memorial” (l18).


EXPRESSION ÉCRITE

A) You have been selected to speak at the opening ceremony of a war exhibition about “World War One: Women during the War”. Write a speech to honour one of the following women.

1. Jane Ann Jones

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am glad to be here with you tonight at the “World War One: Women during the War” exhibition. 

I would like to talk to you about Jane Ann Jones. I suppose most of you don’t know her but she is one of the most famous heroine of all times.  

Born in 1894, she joined the Army Auxiliary Corps as a young woman. Her missions were tough as they consisted in managing soldier’s equipment and sending official messages to soldiers. 

As a woman on the battlefield, she experienced numerous tragic events that she reported in her memoirs. Read by millions of people, they have inspired generations of people, especially young women. She was awarded a title of officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE).

Unfortunately, her trace was lost. She had no family of children but she definitely is an example of heroism. 

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2. Ethel Betty Stonehouse

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am glad to be here with you tonight at the “World War One: Women during the War” exhibition. 

I would like to talk to you about Ethel “Betty” Stonehouse. I suppose most of you don’t know her but she is one of the most famous heroine of all times.  

Born in 1898, she was an MI5 intelligence service agent. She did not go on the battlefield but her missions were crucial. They, indeed, consisted in supervising soldiers’ leave and delivering soldiers’ permits to visit families. She did not go on the battlefield, she did not kill anyone, she just put all her heart and soul to make soldiers’ life easier … or less hard, should I say. 

She died in 1974, at the age of 76 and left numerous letters to her descendants explaining how she managed to become a symbol of all women’s courage in World War one. 

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3. Grace Mitchell

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am glad to be here with you tonight at the “World War One: Women during the War” exhibition. 

I would like to talk to you about Grace Mitchell. I suppose most of you don’t know her but she is one of the most famous heroine of all times.  

Born in 1897, she was a territorial Force nurse. She worked in French, Belgian and German hospitals. Her mission consisted in evacuating victims to Britain. Her job was tough because she saw terrible wounds and suffering people. She had to be very strong both mentally and physically. 

As a woman on the battlefield, she experienced numerous tragic events. She took photos of her daily life during the War and left an album. Seen by millions of people, it has inspired generations of people, especially young women.

She died in 1963, at the age of 66. Her whole family is proud of what she did during this terrible war. 

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B) Choose an element from the list below and explain why it would be an appropriate symbol of the 2010s.

Nous avons choisi le sujet des Youtuber. 

• Vous pouviez également choisir robot-assisted- surgery en accentuant sur l’aide qu’ils pourraient apporter sur les champs de batailles ou dans le milieu médical.

• Avec 3-D printers, vous pouviez vous concentrer sur la création multiple apportée par cet outil technologique révolutionnaire (abris, nourriture, jeux).

• Pour ce qui est du Cloud gaming ou jeu à la demande, il était possible de se tourner vers la représentation de ces jeux et quels sens ils pourraient apporter afin de donner au monde, une vision nouvelle.

• Avec electric or hybrid devices vous pouviez vous penchez sur l’utilité qu’ils apportaient. Par exemple, l’apparition de la lumière dans un endroit pourtant dit inaccessible à l’électricité, ou encore, le chauffage dans un endroit très froid.

• Pour finir, avec les smart devices, il était intéressant de se pencher sur le rapport direct, facile que l’on entretient avec internet au niveau de la communication et par conséquent du savoir, l’héritage historique.


Youtubers would be an appropriate symbol of the 2010’s.

First, it is important to understand this generation in order to be able to tell its story. Nowadays, people are online approximately one hour a day. I think it would be marvellous if they could learn things from their past.

Here is the matter: how can we use technology in a good way?

History is fading because people started to believe it was too far from them. We cannot let our history disappear. It could be a youtuber (a teacher, an old lady) fond of history popularizing war languages. 

What people need is communication. They need to feel that they are connected. So why cannot we mix past and future?

Besides, maybe we can use YouTube to stream visits of memorials, commemorations, and tributes to the dead.

To conclude, we have to use YouTube as a tool, a smart one. Let’s not be diminished by technology but let’s raise our mind because of it. 

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