Epreuve E3C : Langues vivantes A et B - Anglais
Voie : Bac général et techno
Niveau d'études : Classe de première
Session : Première 3ème trimestre E3C2
Années : 2021-2020
Durée de l'épreuve : 1 heure 30
Calculatrice : Interdite
Numéro du sujet : 03972
Axe du programme :
- Territoire et mémoire
Extrait de l'annale :
The book tells the story of three young Aboriginal girls: Molly (the author's mother), Daisy (Molly's half-sister), and Gracie (their cousin), who were taken from their families at Jigalong by the authorities, but escaped and took a long journey across the desert to get back home.
Doris Pilkington, née Nugi Garimara, Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence, 1996.
Compréhension de l'écrit :
Give an account of the text in English, taking into consideration the writer's cultural and family background, its influence on the way the story is told and the way in which time is represented in the Aboriginal culture.
Expression écrite :
A) On the hard journey through the Australian desert, Gracie wants to give up and walk back to the government settlement they escaped from. Molly doesn't agree. Imagine their conversation.
B) Is it important to keep traditions, memories and cultural knowledge alive? Why or why not?
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(246 ko) Code repère : C1CANGL03972