TERMINALES - TOPIC ONE
Why India is said to be a country of contradictions?
PART ONE: DISCOVERING INDIA
I. Facts and figures about India (quiz)
a. A map of India
b. Oral comprehension: discovering India
2. Population (studying a line graph)
3. Religion in India
- Document one: a pie chart - the different religions in India
- Document two: Hinduism, the oldest religion in the world (extrait de New Briges)
II. From British dominion to the largest democrady in the world.
1. A quiz about India's domination.
2. A jewel in the crown (text)
3. Towards independence and Mahatma Gandhi (texts)
4. The world's largest democracy (text)
PART TWO: THE TWO INDIAS
I. Introduction ( a quotation from The Times of India and some figures)
II. Being a girl in India
- inconographic document
- text about the Dowry tradition
- oral comprehension: "no girls please, we're Indians"
III. The Caste system
- text about the Caste system
- grammar (to make, to let, exprimer "faire faire")
PART THREE: INDIA NOWADAYS
I. Changing India (written comprehension): Farewell to an India I hardly knew
II. Bollywood: oral comprehension.
III. High techs cities: inconographic document
Try to answer to the problematic: why is India said to be a country of contradictions?