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  • La réforme et l'anglais

    Par Berenice MARTIN (admin), publié le mercredi 20 février 2019 10:40 - Mis à jour le mardi 27 août 2019 10:51
    Mis à jour : les épreuves.
  • Can eco-leadership save the planet?

    Par admin condorcet, publié le vendredi 30 juin 2017 21:13 - Mis à jour le vendredi 30 juin 2017 21:17
  • Stay tuned!

    Par admin condorcet, publié le mardi 6 juin 2017 20:04 - Mis à jour le mardi 6 juin 2017 20:04
    Des conseils pour ne pas perdre votre anglais pendant l'été, tout en s'amusant. Lire et écouter une langue régulièrement permet de réduire les erreurs en habituant votre cerveau aux formes correctes. Easy-peasy!
  • Listening training (Terminales + every student)

    Par admin condorcet, publié le dimanche 19 mars 2017 11:34 - Mis à jour le dimanche 19 mars 2017 11:34


    Get some more training for your listening exam with BBC news videos!

    Stay tuned for hot topics, world news and much more...

    Terminales are strongly advised to visit the website, but every student should watch videos on a regular basis.


  • America takes to the streets!

    Par admin condorcet, publié le dimanche 22 janvier 2017 19:26 - Mis à jour le dimanche 22 janvier 2017 21:13


    Inauguration days 2009, 11 AM / 2017, 12 AM. ABC news.As you all know, Donald Trump was elected in November. Yet he had only been the "President-elect" during a phase of transition. On January 20th, he was officially sworn in as the 45th President.

    For his inauguration day, a polemic rose as top rated celebrities declined offers to perform at the event, and even House Democrats called for a boycott.

    Reports then showed a partially empty National Mall, while the audience seemed more important 8 years ago, for Barack Obama. See the picture comparing the two days (left: 2009, 11 AM / right: 2017, 12 AM. ABC news).

    Ironically, his election attracted a much larger crowd. But as a sign of protest.

    Thousands of people demonstrated in several cities all around the world for the "Women's March on Washington"1. Indeed, following Trump's degrading or radical comments, people feared women's rights might be reduced. The movement also tackled worrying issues like immigration reform or the environment, but the visual marker was a pink hat.

    Though the President first reacted with surprise, he also sent a message about the Freedom of Speech (see the Tweets below).


    The name of the movement echoes the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, a peaceful protest for African American civil rights. It ended with the famous speech "I have a dream" by Martin Luther King.

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