Broad Ways 1ère – Worksheet on 'School.dom' – page 62 1.Before reading the text, complete the following: Type of document Origin Published Author Country Number of paragraphs 2 Who's who? What's what? Match the two columns. Orlando Sara BARNES Maitland Class.com The Florida Online High School Florida, Kentucky, Illinois and Utah Barbara Stein the American Federation of Teachers Dr BARNES Lisa GUERNSEY a journalist a member of the National Education Association a public online program a trade union (un syndicat) a young American student an American city four American states Sara's father Sara's hometown Sara's new 'school' 4.True, False, We don't know? When the sentence is false, rewrite it so as to make it true Sara Barnes is a former student of a public school near Orlando. T (l.4 last fall) She doesn't attend this school any more. T She stays at home because she has a handicap. F l.7 useless … She was expelled from school because she lied and gossiped. F More and more students are following online courses. Class.com was created 27 years ago. The Florida Online High School is run by parents. All 50 American states are concerned by this revolution. It will soon be possible to have a diploma without going to school. T l.11 growing numbers F l.14 three-year old F l.19 state-run F l.23 at least 4 states T l.29 students can get Teachers and administrators approve of the trend. (tendance) F l.32 worry Students need to be with other students their age. T l.34 peer interaction The American Federation of Teachers wants online courses to develop. F l. 41-42 no more than half Some parents blame the teachers for their children's bad results ??? Sara comes from a privileged social background. She stopped going to school 6 weeks ago. In fact, she gets the same results as before. She enjoys homeschooling because she hates rules. T l.47 Dr Barnes T l.52 F l.52-53 improved F l.57 don't like being told 5. Complete This ____________________deals with the development of homeschooling in the ____________________thanks to the development of ____________________courses and virtual schools. It is illustrated by the ____________________ o Sara Barnes, 15, who used to attend regular high ____________________but now takes her classes at ____________________and online. She is not the ____________________ one to do so. An increasing number of high-school students choose to ____________________ online courses. Yet teachers and educators ____________________ this new educational approach. They believe that interacting with people of the ____________________ age is stimulating and helps them to open their minds. They consider that peer pressure and teacher pressure are ____________________. As for Sara, her ____________________ have improved since she left school. She doesn't mind being away from her friends and agrees with her ____________________ that socializing and schoolwork should not be mixed. §1 the lunch break come to an end ninth graders giggle shuffle head to fall cross-legged barefooted high school homework assignments nagging lies gossip potins, ragots élèves de troisième devoirs à rendre, tâches en tailleur harceler l'automne la pause-déjeuner le lycée mensonges pieds-nus glousser, pouffer de rire se rendre à se terminer traîner les pieds §2 fully accredited provide full time state-run curriculum a diploma / a certificate the school's grounds à temps complet géré par l'état le programme les locaux de l'école proposer, offrir reconnu un diplôme, une certification §3 the emergence alarm worry shift well-rounded peers background union consider urging account for half of a deadline a nudge fall behind troubled à problème changement date limite pour un travail à rendre envisager de équilibré incitant inquiéter la moitié de l'apparition origine, milieu prendre du retard représenter ses pairs s'inquiéter un coup de coude un syndicat §4 convinced health computer literacy records marks improve socialize hang out with buddies prom abide by the rules avoir une vie sociale bulletins connaissance de l'informatique convaincu copains, copines la santé le bal de fin d'année les notes obéir aux règles s'améliorer sortir, 'traîner avec'