Examen 3

Examen 3

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Choisissez un plan d'adhésion
une promotion
the body of students admitted into a grande ecole in a given year
charte de la laicite a l’ecole
1. an indivisible, secular, democratic, & social Republic
2. separation of church & state
3. liberty to believe or to not believe
4. everyone has liberty & all are equal with brotherhood
5. schools must respect the secularity principles
6. secularity protects all from oppression
7. have a common & shared culture
8. liberty of expression
9. rejection of all violence/discrimination; equality between boys & girls
10. schools must give students the sense of the value of secularity
11. schoolworkers must maintain a strict secularity
12. teachers are secular
13. no one can use religion as an excuse to disobey the rules of the school/Republic
14. no visual representation of religion
15. students must contribute to the secularity
un culte
a specific religion
une confession « [insert religion here] »
[insert religion here] faith; ex) Christian faith, Islamic faith
Imam
Islamic
la foi
faith/belief
une secte
different groups within the same faith; especially smaller groups
l’integrisme
extreme interpretations of religion
la philosophie des Lumieres
science & such; against religion
l’anticlericalisme
wanting public life separate from religion
la loi de 1905
freedom of belief & separation from church & state
secularisme
the separation between private & public life
proselytisme
attempt to convert someone; not just religious
un stage
internship
ouvrier
worker
un annonce
« help wanted » job posting
la licence
bachelor’s degree
le master
master’s degree
le docterat
doctorate
systeme LMD
licence/master/docterat
une formation
a specialty; career/studies
grande ecole
focus on one career path
un concours
a test that only certain # of people can pass
classes preparatoires
prepare students for the « concours » before « grande ecole »
les filiers du bac
categories; L, ES, S
When did Christianity appear in France?
1st century
When did Protestant faith appear in France?
1500’s after the reform in Germany & Switzerland
When did Jews arrive in France?
around the same time as Christians
When did interactions between France & Muslims begin?
8th century
Is France declared a secular state?
yes!
Do children usually follow their parents’ religion?
yes!
What percent of women report regularly practicing religion?
20%
What percent of men report regularly practicing religion?
10%
What percent of French people declare no religion?
25%
What faith does the French school calendar follow?
Christian
What was the goal of the mission of the Conferences de Presidents?
preserve secularity in schools
Are you allowed to wear religious/political clothing in schools?
no!
What types of schools are excused from secularity & why?
private schools; don’t depend on government funding
Must school workers be secular?
yes!
4 school ideals
1. republican
2. secular
3. free
4. obligatory
CM2
le « cours moyen deuxieme » for students around 10 years old just before middle school
une maitresse
elementary school teacher
EPS
physical education
les zones d’education prioritaire
fight against scholastic failure due to an inequality of money/school quality
les effectifs
the number of people that make up a group
Who is Moussa?
a 10 year old student in CM2 in a poor section of France