1G3 – 2019/20

Thursday, November 14th

Take a look at the word RULE in Wordreference.com

Apartheid was a political and social system in South Africa during the era of White minority rule. It enforced racial discrimination against non-Whites, mainly focused on skin colour and facial features. This existed in the twentieth century, from 1948 until the early-1990s. (…)
Under the system, the people of South Africa were divided by their race and the different races were forced to live separately from each other. There were laws in place to ensure that segregation was abided by. The apartheid system in South Africa was abolished in 1994. The last President who held office during the apartheid era was Frederik Willem de Klerk; who was responsible for holding negotiations with political prisoner Nelson Mandela to bring an end to apartheid. Following these successful negotiations, Nelson Mandela was elected to the Presidency of South Africa after multi-racial elections were held in April 1994, and became the first Black person to hold the position. The pair were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts. Today, the term apartheid is sometimes used for similar segregational systems in other countries.

from https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartheid

Thursday, November 7th

axe 1 : Identités et échanges (sur le site EDUSCOL on peut trouver un dossier contenant un sujet type sur cet axe)

Monday, November 3rd

A short overview of the history of the English language :

Use CC in English
USE CC in English