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05 Apr

CORRECTION BAC BLANC NUMERO DEUX

Publié par Sandrine CHARAVY  - Catégories :  #TERMINALES S LV2

TERMINALES LV2 – BACCALAUREAT BLANC CORRIGE


COMPREHENSION


1.

            1. The two characters who are not members of the family circle are Debbie Suffling and Julie Edmunds.

            2. l2-3 “At school, Jordan has been lashing out at other kids […]. He punched and kicked Debbie Suffling”.

               l.6 “Julie Edmunds, his teacher”

            3. Maria is Rosa’s kitten.

            4.

 

GROUP 1 : Adults / grown-ups / parents

 

 

GROUP 2 : Children

 

-      Mick

-      The mother (the narrator)

 

 

-      Nat

-      Liv

-      Jordan

-      Rosa / Rose

 

 

2.

            1. “our” refers to the parents, i.e (= that is to say) Mick and the narrator.

            2. b. Mike is probably Rosa’s father.

3.

            1. It took place / it occurred at school.

            2. Debbie Suffling and Jordan took part in ‘the incident”.

4.

            1. “Heartless” and “uncooperative” best apply to the boy after “the incident”.

            2. heartless : “stony-eyed” (l.7) – “his total lack of remorse” (l.9)

               Uncooperative : “refusing to say sorry” (l.7) – “he’s just too proud to say it” (l.10)

            3. “I” refers to Mick

               “He” refers to Jordan

               “Her” refers to Julie Edmunds

            4. He tried to convince the teacher that Jordan was full of remorse / remorseful. He tried to apologize for Jordan and to tell the teacher how sorry Jordan was.

 

5.

            1. False. “Rosa, who’s loud and difficult at home” (l.16).

            2. False. “in trouble more than once for talking in assembly” (l.19-20)

            3. True. “her shoelaces are fraying” (l.22) – “her shirt’s perpetually splattered with ink” (l.22-23) – “her fingers are grubby” (l23) – “her arms covered in strange itchy spots” (l.23-24).

            4. True. “she says flatly” (l.27) – “she makes an ugly face at me” (l.29) – “Rosa’s almost shouts” (l.32) – “you leave my kitten out of this” (l.31-32) – “leave me alone” (l.37).

 

6. Nat is one of the narrator’s kids / children

 

7.

            1. According to the narrator, nat used to be loveable. But now she thinks he has become bad-tempered at home.

            2. loveable: “once the sunniest, easiest boy” (l.48)

               Bad-tempered: “I’ll ask him to do a simple thing […] and he’ll immediately attack me”. (l.42-45) – “he slouches around the house complaining” (l.51).

 

8.

            1.  Nat refused / didn’t want to eat his scrambled eggs because he hated them.

            2.  His mother tries to argue with him whereas Mick just orders him to eat his eggs.

 

9.  l.1 “everyone’s behavior has altered for the worse”.

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