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sujets Anglais bac 2015

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Sans les corrigés mais en entraînement ! Ce sont des sujets série Générale des centres d’examen situés à l’étranger et qui ont déjà planché !



s-es-l-anglais-lv2-2015-liban-sujet-officiel : ceci est un sujet LV2 : un  bon entraînement pr des STMG


bon courage pour la dernière ligne droite !

Anglais LV1 série S/ES ET STG les sujets LV1 et LV2

Saturday, July 6th, 2013

148746654-Bac-2013-LV1-Anglais  pour les séries S / ES et L en LV1

pour les séries S/ ES et L en LV2 : 148985632-Bac-2013-LV2-Anglais


pour les séries STG : en LV1 puis le sujet LV2



derniers conseils pour votre oral

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

tout d’abord, un petit rappel sur la définition de l’épreuve : vous devrez présenter la notion pendant 5 minutes (prise de parole en continu) puis vous allez dialoguer avec l’examinateur pendant 5 mn (interaction orale)


A. Votre présentation


1. Introduction

– définir la notion

– essayez de poser une problématique (sous forme de  question)

– annoncer votre plan


2. Développement

– un développement est organisé et va du plus évident, du plus simple vers le plus complexe.

–  il donne des exemples précis

– utilisez des mots de liaison et faites des transitions entre vos parties, même si c’est un peu “lourd”


3. Conclusion

– Répondre à la question posée en intro

– Donner votre avis personnel sur la question


B. L’entretien


Le professeur vous interrogera sur ce que vous avez dit. Pensez donc aussi à élargir le sujet, à aller plus loin.


Vous devez PARLER. C’est une épreuve de communication.

Utilisez des gaps fillers: hum … let me see … mais exprimez vous uniquement en anglais.

*parlez calmement, posément, lentement mais soyez convaincants, sûrs de vous et battez vous !




Friday, May 31st, 2013

et pour vous aider dans vos révisions :

ça a l’air génial !!!

la place des minorités dans les séries US

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

un lien ici vers cette émission en français mais terriblement instructive sur la question:

Women’s Rights Movement in the U.S.

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

links and info here

Timeline of Key Events in the American Women’s Rights Movement

have a good week-end and enjoy Deluxe !

Saturday, May 25th, 2013
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They are French and their song is called “Superman” !!

Can you ask for more ?

yes, you can !! Their single “Daniel” has just been released !

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a new revolution

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

the idea of progress : new technologies / home / environment + BTS SIO (

(various documents, articles to pick from for you oral exam)

Google office conference

3D printer makes edible food

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

–> the idea of progress !

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — A 3D food printer sounds like something out of Star Trek, but it’s not out of this world. It’s up and running at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan — and in five years, it could be in your home.

As part of a project at Cornell University, a group of scientists and students built a 3D printer and began testing it out with food. The device attaches to a computer, which works as the “brain” behind the technology.

It doesn’t look like a traditional printer; it’s more like an industrial fabrication machine. Users load up the printer’s syringes with raw food — anything with a liquid consistency, like soft chocolate, will work. The ingredient-filled syringes will then “print” icing on a cupcake. Or it’ll print something more novel (i.e., terrifying) — like domes of turkey on a cutting board.

“You hand [the computer] three bits of info: a shape that you want, a description of how that shape can be made, and a description of how that material that you want to print with works,” says Jeff Lipton, a Cornell grad student working on the project. Lipton is pursuing a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering.

The project came out of Cornell’s [email protected] venture, headed up by associate professor Hod Lipson. Started in 2005, the project aims to create do-it-yourself versions of machines that can manufacture custom objects on-demand. The group started experimenting with food fabrication in 2007.

Lipton thinks food printing will be “the killer app” of 3D printing. Just like video games fueled demand for personal computers 30 years ago, he thinks the lure of feeding Grandma’s cookie recipe into a printer will help personal fabricators expand beyond the geek crowd.

“It’s really going to be the next phase of the digital revolution,” he says.

David Arnold, director of culinary technology at the French Culinary Institute, has been testing out the technology since October 2009. He loves the experimentation it makes possible.

“One of the main things I hope this machine will let us do is create new textures that we couldn’t get otherwise,” he says. “This is the first time I’ve really seen this happen.”

That could draw in chefs and restaurateurs. But Arnold also thinks a 3D food printer will have mass appeal.

“This would be a slam dunk for cookies at holiday time,” he says. “Anything that requires a high level of precision that people don’t usually have with their hands, in terms of making icing or decorations, this thing can perform amazingly well.”

Because it’s an academic project, the 3D food printer isn’t commercially available — yet. The [email protected] project has the blueprints for free online, and dedicated hobbyists can use them to build their own. One retailer,, offers an assembled version for sale — starting at a mere $3,300.

Entrepreneur Jamil Yosefzai plans to be on the forefront of commercializing the technology. His New York City-based startup, Essential Dynamics, is working on a version that can be sold to the first wave potential customers: pastry chefs and tech early adopters.

Yosefzai thinks his version of the printer will kinetically retail for around $1,000, but he expects that price tag to eventually fall to $700 or so. And he predicts that the technology could become a household staple within a decade.

“It comes down to comfort level, and that will expand as the [technology] goes more and more into schools and everywhere else,” he says. “Sort of like computers — the kids picked it up first, then the parents picked it up, and once everybody has an acclimation to it, they’ll be printing left and right.” —> for the video (BTS SIO)

Les armes, une passion américaine

Sunday, May 5th, 2013

Les armes, une passion américaine un reportage  Interception à réécouter en 5.1 #f_inter