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Tâches d'encre : French composition /
H. Jay Siskin, Cheryl L. Krueger, Maryse Fauvel.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c2004
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ix, 207 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
0618230475
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Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c2004
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0618230475
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5147915
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"An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, andTaches d'encreis very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own.Taches d'encrecontains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar inTaches d'encreis well selected and clearly presented and explained....Taches d'encreincludes an in-depth stylistic analysis of selected passages (both literary and other), in addition to useful vocabulary pertaining to a particular theme. I also like the functional approach to different genres (such as essay, explication de texte, correspondence, etc.) The inclusion of journal writing, free-writing, and guidelines for writing are also very good....I like this feature: it prepares the students for the kind of writing that they will be looking at and discussing. I also like 'Reflexions,' found at the conclusion of the passage, which assists students in developing their critical thinking skills [Pour discuter]....I like very much the 'Analyse structurelle' because it gets to the very heart of what students need to be able to see in others' writing in order for them to improve their own writing....Very well done in the textbook and super important as far as helping students to develop their writing skill. Once again, it is important for students to be able to analyze and identify the stylistic features of others in order to then work on their own person writing style" [Analyse stylistique]....Very good feature; helpful for students when they will be doing actual composing. Contains vocabulary and expressions that they will need as they write [Les Actes de parole]."
" The chapter on Explic. de texte is outstanding. Our majors need more literary analysis writing like that chapter....Great beginning to each chapter. (I) like this section a lot ["Pour discuter"]....Useful, interesting vocabulary ["Les Actes de parole"]."
"In particular, the chapter on explication de texte in A vous d'ecrire contains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument is made, where its turns or moves are, what its structure is, and so on....Taches d'encre includes exercises for using the newly introduced vocabulary, and this has great appeal....A vous d'ecrire shine in this aspect [emphasis on process writing] and in the next [guidance]....The model texts are very well chosen, providing interesting and absorbing reading....This is one of the most useful sections for most chapters. [Analyse structurelle]...This section is very strong, providing really useful lessons in style. [Analyse stylistique]...I like this category the best [La Stylistique]."
" " Taches d'encre" covers all the genres we feel are essential for a course at this level....Well done ["Les Actes de parole"]."
"" Taches d'encre" covers all the genres we feel are essential for a course at this level....Well done ["Les Actes de parole"]."
& " Taches d'encre covers all the genres we feel are essential for a course at this level....Well done [ Les Actes de parole ].& "
"The chapter on Explic. de texte is outstanding. Our majors need more literary analysis writing like that chapter....Great beginning to each chapter. (I) like this section a lot [Pour discuter]....Useful, interesting vocabulary [Les Actes de parole]."
& " The model texts usually represent a big leap between what students have learned and read in second-year classes and what they are asked to read in the third year. But, the Comprehension du texte section is very helpful in leveling out the difficulties and really helps students focus better on what is essential for the understanding of the texts....The questions asked are excellent, since they raise the students' awareness of the specific functions of the various genres of written texts.& " The Mise en pratique section is & " Well conceived, taking students step by step through the important vocabulary, structures and stylistic devices that they are learning to master....Reminds students of organizational skills for the writing process and of what remains to be done for a controlled, finished product.& "
" User-friendly organization: the different sections are well-marked and the questions/instructions seem clear....Vocabulary expansion: This is very well done in "Taches d'encre" in the "Actes de parole" and the "Vocabulaire" sections....Writing guidance and instruction: This is concise and just enough in "Taches d'encre.""
"User-friendly organization: the different sections are well-marked and the questions/instructions seem clear....Vocabulary expansion: This is very well done in "Taches d'encre" in the "Actes de parole" and the "Vocabulaire" sections....Writing guidance and instruction: This is concise and just enough in "Taches d'encre.""
& " User-friendly organization: the different sections are well-marked and the questions/instructions seem clear....Vocabulary expansion: This is very well done in Taches d'encre in the Actes de parole and the Vocabulaire sections....Writing guidance and instruction: This is concise and just enough in Taches d'encre. & "
Chapitre préliminaire. Vers la CompositionIndividual Writing SurveyThe Process of WritingResourcesChapitre 1. La descriptionTexte: Jean-Marie Le Clézio, DésertLes Actes de parole. Pour parler des mouvements, des perceptions; Pour parler de la nature; Pour parler de ses impressions; Pour décrire: les couleursLa stylistique. La comparaison; La métaphore; Pour éviter les verbes platsChapitre 2. Le PortraitTexte: Michel Tournier, Portrait de NestorLes Actes de parole. Pour raconter des souvenirs; Pour décrire l'aspect physique; Pour renforcer le rapport entre l'aspect physique et le caractère; Pour décrire: la position des adjectifsLa stylistique. Pour varier l'expression; Pour nuancer l'expressionChapitre 3. La NarrationTexte: Simone de Beauvoir, La Prise de ConscienceLes Actes de parole. Pour situer un événement dans le temps; Pour exprimer un laps de temps; Pour parler des moments; Pour narrer chronologiquement; Pour narrer au passé; Discours direct et discours indirectLa stylistique. Ellipse sujet/verbe; Pour rapporter le discoursChapitre 4. L'essaiTexte: Albert Camus: La ContagionLes Actes de parole. Pour exposer un problème; Pour présenter une opinion personnelle; Pour donner des exemples; Pour exprimer la cause; Pour exprimer la conséquenceLa stylistique. Pour mettre en relief; L'oppositionChapitre 5. La DissertationTexte: Exemple de Dissertation du Niveau du BaccalauréatLes Actes de parole. Les transitionsLa stylistique. L'emploi adverbial du participe présent; L'infinitif substantivéChapitre 6. Le Compte RenduTexte: Si mon Laberge, Magie d'AfriqueLes Actes de parole. Pour parler des livres; Pour parler de musique classique; Pour parler de musique populaire; Pour émettre un jugement sur une oeuvre artistique; Pour donner un jugement globalLa stylistique. La phrase nominale; L'infinitif comme sujet; Le participe passé pour éviter la voix passiveChapitre 7. L'explication de TexteTexte I: Guillaume Apollinaire, "Mai"; Texte II: Explication de Texte du Poème "Mai"Les Actes de parole. Pour analyser la poésieLa stylistique. Pour varier le langage analytiqueChapitre 8. La CorrespondanceTexte: Lettre de Demande d'EmploiLes Actes de parole. Pour désigner l'expéditeur et le destinataire; Pour saluer: les formules de politesse; Pour entrer en matière; Pour clore; Pour formuler l'adresse sur l'enveloppe; Pour s'identifier et se présenter: rédiger un CVLa stylistique. Conseils générauxAppendicesLes temps littérairesLexique français-anglaisCrédits
" The model texts usually represent a big leap between what students have learned and read in second-year classes and what they are asked to read in the third year. But, the "Comprehension du texte" section is very helpful in leveling out the difficulties and really helps students focus better on what is essential for the understanding of the texts....The questions asked are excellent, since they raise the students' awareness of the specific functions of the various genres of written texts." The "Mise en pratique" section is " Well conceived, taking students step by step through the important vocabulary, structures and stylistic devices that they are learning to master....Reminds students of organizational skills for the writing process and of what remains to be done for a controlled, finished product."
"User-friendly organization: the different sections are well-marked and the questions/instructions seem clear....Vocabulary expansion: This is very well done in Taches d'encre in the Actes de parole and the Vocabulaire sections....Writing guidance and instruction: This is concise and just enough in Taches d'encre."
"The model texts usually represent a big leap between what students have learned and read in second-year classes and what they are asked to read in the third year. But, the "Comprehension du texte" section is very helpful in leveling out the difficulties and really helps students focus better on what is essential for the understanding of the texts....The questions asked are excellent, since they raise the students' awareness of the specific functions of the various genres of written texts." The "Mise en pratique" section is "Well conceived, taking students step by step through the important vocabulary, structures and stylistic devices that they are learning to master....Reminds students of organizational skills for the writing process and of what remains to be done for a controlled, finished product."
"The model texts usually represent a big leap between what students have learned and read in second-year classes and what they are asked to read in the third year. But, the Comprehension du texte section is very helpful in leveling out the difficulties and really helps students focus better on what is essential for the understanding of the texts....The questions asked are excellent, since they raise the students' awareness of the specific functions of the various genres of written texts." The Mise en pratiq
"The model texts usually represent a big leap between what students have learned and read in second-year classes and what they are asked to read in the third year. But, the Comprehension du texte section is very helpful in leveling out the difficulties and really helps students focus better on what is essential for the understanding of the texts....The questions asked are excellent, since they raise the students' awareness of the specific functions of the various genres of written texts." The Mise en pratique section is "Well conceived, taking students step by step through the important vocabulary, structures and stylistic devices that they are learning to master....Reminds students of organizational skills for the writing process and of what remains to be done for a controlled, finished product."
& " The chapter on Explic. de texte is outstanding. Our majors need more literary analysis writing like that chapter....Great beginning to each chapter. (I) like this section a lot [ Pour discuter ]....Useful, interesting vocabulary [ Les Actes de parole ].& "
"The chapter on Explic. de texte is outstanding. Our majors need more literary analysis writing like that chapter....Great beginning to each chapter. (I) like this section a lot ["Pour discuter"]....Useful, interesting vocabulary ["Les Actes de parole"]."
"Taches d'encrecovers all the genres we feel are essential for a course at this level....Well done [Les Actes de parole]."
& " I am very pleased with the organization and general content of the chapters. The grammar exercises are particularly well conceived....I like the leading questions in the sections 'Comprehension du texte, ' 'Analyse structurelle, ' and 'Analyse stylistique.& " ...I like the vocabulary exercises in 'Les Actes de parole' and 'Vocabulaire'& " ...I find the grammar component ('La Stylistique') very well formulated in Taches d'encre with an emphasis on discrete rules that pose problems for advanced students.& "
& " In particular, the chapter on explication de texte in A vous d'ecrire contains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument is made, where its turns or moves are, what its structure is, and so on.... Taches d'encre includes exercises for using the newly introduced vocabulary, and this has great appeal....A vous d'ecrire shine in this aspect [emphasis on process writing] and in the next [guidance]....The model texts are very well chosen, providing interesting and absorbing reading....This is one of the most useful sections for most chapters. [ Analyse structurelle ]...This section is very strong, providing really useful lessons in style. [ Analyse stylistique ]...I like this category the best [ La Stylistique ].& "
" In particular, the chapter on explication de texte in "A vous d'ecrire" contains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument is made, where its turns or moves are, what its structure is, and so on...."Taches d'encre" includes exercises for using the newly introduced vocabulary, and this has great appeal....A "vous d'ecrire" shine in this aspect [emphasis on process writing] and in the next [guidance]....The model texts are very well chosen, providing interesting and absorbing reading....This is one of the most useful sections for most chapters. ["Analyse structurelle"]...This section is very strong, providing really useful lessons in style. ["Analyse stylistique"]...I like this category the best ["La Stylistique"]."
"In particular, the chapter on explication de texte in "A vous d'ecrire" contains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument is made, where its turns or moves are, what its structure is, and so on...."Taches d'encre" includes exercises for using the newly introduced vocabulary, and this has great appeal....A "vous d'ecrire" shine in this aspect [emphasis on process writing] and in the next [guidance]....The model texts are very well chosen, providing interesting and absorbing reading....This is one of the most useful sections for most chapters. ["Analyse structurelle"]...This section is very strong, providing really useful lessons in style. ["Analyse stylistique"]...I like this category the best ["La Stylistique"]."
"I am very pleased with the organization and general content of the chapters. The grammar exercises are particularly well conceived....I like the leading questions in the sections 'Comprehension du texte,' 'Analyse structurelle,' and 'Analyse stylistique."...I like the vocabulary exercises in 'Les Actes de parole' and 'Vocabulaire'"...I find the grammar component ('La Stylistique') very well formulated in Taches d'encre with an emphasis on discrete rules that pose problems for advanced students."
" I am very pleased with the organization and general content of the chapters. The grammar exercises are particularly well conceived....I like the leading questions in the sections 'Comprehension du texte, ' 'Analyse structurelle, ' and 'Analyse stylistique." ...I like the vocabulary exercises in 'Les Actes de parole' and 'Vocabulaire'" ...I find the grammar component ('La Stylistique') very well formulated in "Taches d'encre" with an emphasis on discrete rules that pose problems for advanced students."
"I am very pleased with the organization and general content of the chapters. The grammar exercises are particularly well conceived....I like the leading questions in the sections 'Comprehension du texte, ' 'Analyse structurelle, ' and 'Analyse stylistique.."..I like the vocabulary exercises in 'Les Actes de parole' and 'Vocabulaire'."..I find the grammar component ('La Stylistique') very well formulated in "Taches d'encre" with an emphasis on discrete rules that pose problems for advanced students."
"An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, and Taches d'encre is very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own. Taches d'encre contains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar in Taches d'encre is well selected and clearly presented and explained....Taches d'encre includes an in-depth stylistic analysis of selected passages (both literary and other), in addition to useful vocabulary pertaining to a particular theme. I also like the functional approach to different genres (such as essay, explication de texte, correspondence, etc.) The inclusion of journal writing, free-writing, and guidelines for writing are also very good....I like this feature: it prepares the students for the kind of writing that they will be looking at and discussing. I also like 'Reflexions,' found at the conclusion of the passage, which assists students in developing their critical thinking skills [Pour discuter]....I like very much the 'Analyse structurelle' because it gets to the very heart of what students need to be able to see in others' writing in order for them to improve their own writing....Very well done in the textbook and super important as far as helping students to develop their writing skill. Once again, it is important for students to be able to analyze and identify the stylistic features of others in order to then work on their own person writing style" [Analyse stylistique]....Very good feature; helpful for students when they will be doing actual composing. Contains vocabulary and expressions that they will need as they write [Les Actes de parole]."
"In particular, the chapter on explication de texte in A vous d'ecrire contains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument i
"In particular, the chapter on explication de texte inA vous d'ecrirecontains a very good authentic text, an excerpt from La Bruyere, and an excellent model of an analysis of it, after many pages devoted to a variety of exercises preparing an understanding of the passage in small segments. Another very good instance is an argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argumentative essay to which a guided reading is supplied, helping students see how the argument is made, where its turns or moves are, what its structure is, and so on....Taches d'encreincludes exercises for using the newly introduced vocabulary, and this has great appeal....Avous d'ecrireshine in this aspect [emphasis on process writing] and in the next [guidance]....The model texts are very well chosen, providing interesting and absorbing reading....This is one of the most useful sections for most chapters. [Analyse structurelle]...This section is very strong, providing really useful lessons in style. [Analyse stylistique]...I like this category the best [La Stylistique]."
& " An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, and Taches d'encre is very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own. Taches d'encre contains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar in Taches d'encre is well selected and clearly presented and explained.... Taches d'encre includes an in-depth stylistic analysis of selected passages (both literary and other), in addition to useful vocabulary pertaining to a particular theme. I also like the functional approach to different genres (such as essay, explication de texte, correspondence, etc.) The inclusion of journal writing, free-writing, and guidelines for writing are also very good....I like this feature: it prepares the students for the kind of writing that they will be looking at and discussing. I also like 'Reflexions, ' found at the conclusion of the passage, which assists students in developing their critical thinking skills [ Pour discuter ]....I like very much the 'Analyse structurelle' because it gets to the very heart of what students need to be able to see in others' writing in order for them to improve their own writing....Very well done in the textbook and super important as far as helping students to develop their writing skill. Once again, it is important for students to be able to analyze and identify the stylistic features of others in order to then work on their own personwriting style& " [ Analyse stylistique ]....Very good feature; helpful for students when they will be doing actual composing. Contains vocabulary and expressions that they will need as they write [ Les Actes de parole ].& "
"An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, and Taches d'encre is very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own. Taches d'encre contains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar in Taches d'encre is well selected and clearly presented and explained...
" An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, and "Taches d'encre" is very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own. "Taches d'encre" contains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar in "Taches d'encre" is well selected and clearly presented and explained...."Taches d'encre" includes an in-depth stylistic analysis of selected passages (both literary and other), in addition to useful vocabulary pertaining to a particular theme. I also like the functional approach to different genres (such as essay, explication de texte, correspondence, etc.) The inclusion of journal writing, free-writing, and guidelines for writing are also very good....I like this feature: it prepares the students for the kind of writing that they will be looking at and discussing. I also like 'Reflexions, ' found at the conclusion of the passage, which assists students in developing their critical thinking skills ["Pour discuter"]....I like very much the 'Analyse structurelle' because it gets to the very heart of what students need to be able to see in others' writing in order for them to improve their own writing....Very well done in the textbook and super important as far as helping students to develop their writing skill. Once again, it is important for students to be able to analyze and identify the stylistic features of others in order to then work on their own person writing style" ["Analyse stylistique"]....Very good feature; helpful for studentswhen they will be doing actual composing. Contains vocabulary and expressions that they will need as they write ["Les Actes de parole"]."
"An analysis of the authentic passages is a very important part of the composition text, and "Taches d'encre" is very effective in addressing this element of the writing process. Students clearly need to be to be able to analyze others' writing in order to then analyze their own. "Taches d'encre" contains ample treatment of stylistic analysis, and this is a feature that is not included in either of the texts that I am using....The grammar in "Taches d'encre" is well selected and clearly presented and explained...."Taches d'encre" includes an in-depth stylistic analysis of selected passages (both literary and other), in addition to useful vocabulary pertaining to a particular theme. I also like the functional approach to different genres (such as essay, explication de texte, correspondence, etc.) The inclusion of journal writing, free-writing, and guidelines for writing are also very good....I like this feature: it prepares the students for the kind of writing that they will be looking at and discussing. I also like 'Reflexions, ' found at the conclusion of the passage, which assists students in developing their critical thinking skills ["Pour discuter"]....I like very much the 'Analyse structurelle' because it gets to the very heart of what students need to be able to see in others' writing in order for them to improve their own writing....Very well done in the textbook and super important as far as helping students to develop their writing skill. Once again, it is important for students to be able to analyze and identify the stylistic features of others in order to then work on their own personwriting style" ["Analyse stylistique"]....Very good feature; helpful for students when they will be doing actual composing. Contains vocabulary and expressions that they will need as they write ["Les Actes de parole"]."
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Summaries
Main Description
Using a process-writing approach, this third-year composition text helps students master writing skills and gain confidence as writers. The text is set up in a workbook format and is written entirely in French, except for the first chapter. Students broaden their repertoire of related speech acts, vocabulary, grammatical structures, and stylistic elements through three major sections. Each chapter features a model text--a literary piece, journalistic selection, or informal writing--that represents the Francophone world.
Long Description
Using a process-writing approach, this third-year composition text helps students master writing skills and gain confidence as writers. The text is set up in a workbook format and is written entirely in French, except for the first chapter. Students broaden their repertoire of related speech acts, vocabulary, grammatical structures, and stylistic elements through three major sections. Each chapter features a model text--a literary piece, journalistic selection, or informal writing--that represents the Francophone world.In "Analyse stylistique" and "Analyse structurelle" exercises, students analyze writing style, organization, techniques, the role of images, and the use of verb tenses. Writing strategies checklists have been added to reinforce key points students should remember when composing essays in French.Model essays written by their peers help students gain confidence that they can compose essays in French without having to be professional writers.Supported by writing strategy instruction, application exercises, and editing activities, each chapter guides students through the stages of pre-writing and drafting, from generating, selecting, and ordering ideas, to revising, editing, and analyzing the final product.
Main Description
Using a process-writing approach, this third-year composition text helps students master writing skills and gain confidence as writers. The text is set up in a workbook format and is written entirely in French, except for the first chapter. Students broaden their repertoire of related speech acts, vocabulary, grammatical structures, and stylistic elements through three major sections. Each chapter features a model text--a literary piece, journalistic selection, or informal writing--that represents the Francophone world. In "Analyse stylistique" and "Analyse structurelle" exercises, students analyze writing style, organization, techniques, the role of images, and the use of verb tenses. Writing strategies checklists have been added to reinforce key points students should remember when composing essays in French. Model essays written by their peers help students gain confidence that they can compose essays in French without having to be professional writers. Supported by writing strategy instruction, application exercises, and editing activities, each chapter guides students through the stages of pre-writing and drafting, from generating, selecting, and ordering ideas, to revising, editing, and analyzing the final product.
Table of Contents
Chapitre preacute;liminaire. Vers la Composition Individual Writing Survey The Process of Writing Resources Chapitre
La description Texte: Jean-Marie Le Cleacute;zio, Deacute;sert Les Actes de parole. Pour parler des mouvements, des perceptions; Pour parler de la nature; Pour parler de ses impressions; Pour deacute;crire: les couleurs La stylistique. La comparaison; La meacute;taphore; Pour eacute;viter les verbes plats Chapitre
Le Portrait Texte: Michel Tournier, Portrait de Nestor Les Actes de parole. Pour raconter des souvenirs; Pour deacute;crire l'aspect physique; Pour renforcer le rapport entre l'aspect physique et le caractegrave;re; Pour deacute;crire: la position des adjectifs La stylistique. Pour varier l'expression; Pour nuancer l'expression Chapitre
La Narration Texte: Simone de Beauvoir, La Prise de Conscience Les Actes de parole. Pour situer un eacute;veacute;nement dans le temps; Pour exprimer un laps de temps; Pour parler des moments; Pour narrer chronologiquement; Pour narrer au passeacute;; Discours direct et discours indirect La stylistique. Ellipse sujet/verbe; Pour rapporter le discours Chapitre
L'essai Texte: Albert Camus: La Contagion Les Actes de parole. Pour exposer un problegrave;me; Pour preacute;senter une opinion personnelle; Pour donner des exemples; Pour exprimer la cause; Pour exprimer la conseacute;quence La stylistique. Pour mettre en relief; L'opposition Chapitre
La Dissertation Texte: Exemple de Dissertation du Niveau du Baccalaureacute;at Les Actes de parole. Les transitions La stylistique. L'emploi adverbial du participe preacute;sent; L'infinitif substantiveacute; Chapitre
Le Compte Rendu Texte: Si mon Laberge, Magie d'Afrique Les Actes de parole. Pour parler des livres; Pour parler de musique classique; Pour parler de musique populaire; Pour eacute;mettre un jugement sur une oeuvre artistique; Pour donner un jugement global La stylistique. La phrase nominale; L'infinitif comme sujet; Le participe passeacute; pour eacute;viter la voix passive Chapitre
L'explication de Texte Texte I: Guillaume Apollinaire, "Mai"; Texte II: Explication de Texte du Poegrave;me "Mai" Les Actes de parole. Pour analyser la poeacute;sie La stylistique. Pour varier le langage analytique Chapitre
La Correspondance Texte: Lettre de Demande d'Emploi Les Actes de parole. Pour deacute;signer l'expeacute;diteur et le destinataire; Pour saluer: les formules de politesse; Pour entrer en matiegrave;re; Pour clore; Pour formuler l'adresse sur l'enveloppe; Pour s'identifier et se preacute;senter: reacute;diger un CV La stylistique. Conseils geacute;neacute;raux Appendices Les temps litteacute;raires Lexique franccedil;ais-anglais Creacute;dits
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