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Created by © Annie Argelas. Ac-Aix-Marseille

Aujourd'hui nous allons voir comment décrire un document.

1) Il faut tout d'abord présenter le type de document

This document is ...

A picture

This document is ...

A photo

This document is ...

A film poster

This document is ...

A film still

This document is ...

An advertisement / an ad

This document is ...

A painting

This document is ...

A drawing

This document is ...

A graffiti

This document is ...

A cartoon

This document is ...

A comic strip

This document is ...

A book cover

This document is ...

The front page of a newspaper

This document is ...

An article from a newspaper

This document is ...

A leaflet / a brochure

This document is ...

A page from the internet

A website

This document is ...

A map

This document is ...

An ID
An ID card

This document is ...

A (plane / train) ticket

This document is ...

A letter

a) Est-ce qu'il y a un titre ?

The title is ...
The document is entitled ...

2) Je regarde ensuite ce qui se trouve sur le document

b) Est-ce que le nom de l'auteur figure sur le document ?

The author / artist is ...
It was taken by ...
It was made by ...
It was painted by ...
It was drawn by ...

c) Est-ce que l'origine du document est mentionnée ?

The photo was taken in ...
It was published / painted in ...
It is an extract from ...

a) Quel est le thème / sujet général du document ?

It represents ...
It is about ...
It shows ...
The document deals with ...

3) Je décris le document en partant du général vers le détail.

b) Je recherche les éléments suivants et je décris en détail

Who ? I can see ... (The Jones, Oliver, people, a man, a pupil ...)
Where ? The scene takes place ... (in a house, at school, ...)
When ? The scene takes place in ... (1960, the summer, the afternoon, ...)
What ? Be + BV-ing (He's reading a book)

c) Je varie les strutures

It is / she is / they are ...
There is / there are ...
They have got / he has got ...
It seems / she looks ...

4) J'analyse le document

a) Je fais des hypothèses

Maybe / Perhaps ...
I think ...
I believe ...
I suppose ...
I guess ...
According to me ... / In my opinion ...
It looks like ... / It seems that ...

b) Je donne mon opinion et je justifie systématiquement
I like / I don't like this document because ...
It makes me think of .../ It reminds me of ...
This document is ... interesting, funny, amazing, original, etc. because it shows ...

c) Je termine avec une conclusion
To conclude / In conclusion / We can say that ...