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  1. meofanny

    Demande de correction s'il vous plait

    Bonjour, j'ai pris en compte toutes vos corrections pensez vous que les erreurs ont bien été corrigé ? Merci encore The notion of hero has changed over the centuries. So, the question we may ask is : what's a hero nowadays ? So if I had to choose a hero or a myth I believe in I'll base myself on the fact that a hero is distinguished by his achievements, messages or because he does courageous things, fights for something or he want to serve others. That's why my chose fell on Nelson Mandela. Indeed, he managed to do his fight against segregation and for black liberty a model to follow which made him a hero In fact, Nelson Mandela must be considered as a hero because from an early age he fought against inequalities: apartheid and segregation that discriminated against blacks in all areas of daily life. Also, he distinguished himself by his actions, by his exceptional merits. Courage, determination were part of his principles to make the world a better place. Otherwise, a hero is for me a person who makes people react about what they have and what they could have if they follow him. It's indeed what happened with Nelson Mandela. Besides, at that time blacks people did not have the right to fight, to express themselves and they were not protected by laws. So Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison and sacrificed part of his life to help black skin people have rights and above all to become equal. Thanks to his sacrifices he succeeded in eliminating racial segregation and apartheid. Furthermore, in my opinion a person who makes change the course of history by his own must be considered as a hero. So thanks to Nelson Mandela, people with black skins do not suffer discrimination as before, they are free to live, to work, to study, to be treated like any other people of white skin It's why he may represent a model, an ideal man. And nobody can blame his behaviour . So he is a hero.
  2. meofanny

    Demande de correction s'il vous plait

    Bonjour j'ai un travail en anglais à rendre pour la rentrée et j'aimerai m'assurer que ce j'ai fais est bien ou non. Merci d'avance la question est: Write about your personal hero or a myth that you believe in. Make sure to answer to these questions in your development: who is he ? / Why did you choose him ? / What makes him a hero ? / what is extraodinary about him ? The notion of hero have changed since the centuries. So, the question we may asked is : what's an hero nowadays ? So if I had to choose a hero or a myth i believe in I'll based myself on the fact that an hero is distinguished by his achievements, messages or because he do courageous things, fight for something or they want to serve others. That's why my choose fall on Nelson Mandela. Indeed, he managed to do his fight against the segregation and for black liberty a model to follow which made him a hero In fact, Nelson Mandela must be considered as a hero because from an early age he fought against inequalities: apartheid and segregation that discriminated against black skin in all areas of daily life. Also, he has distinguished himself by his actions, by his exceptional merits. Courage, determination were part of his principles to make the world a better place. Otherwise, a hero is for me a person who make people react about what they have and what they could have if they follow him. It's indeed what happed with Nelson mandela. Besides, at that time black skin people did not have the right to fight, to express themselves and they were not protected by laws. So Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison and have sacrificed part of his life to help black skin people have rights and above all to become equal. Thanks to his sacrifices he succeeded in eliminating racial segregation and apartheid. Furthemore, in my opinion a person who make change the course of history by his own must be considered as a hero. So thanks to Nelson Mandela, people with black skins do not suffer discrimination as before, they are free to live, to work, to study, to be treated like any other people of white skin It's why he may represent a model, an ideal man. And nobody can blame his comportment. So he is a hero
  3. meofanny

    Les médias/correction SVP

    First of all, the media is a way of expression and communication which allow each to inquire and to train the opinion. However, the various media can influence the opinion and the risks of manipulation exist, for example the "surgical strikes" of the Westerners during the Gulf War which aimed to be a cleanwar and without victims.For example, the invention of Internet allowed to abolish the borders of States and to broadcast the information without constraints. However no control is made on this network and we find slanders, fake news , and opposite images in the human dignity there. The vigilance of the Internet users is here the only rampart against the disinformation. That is why I am for the implementation of poll on topical topics like politics and the economy that would allow a "media police" to control fraudulent articles.this police could put almonds to the authors of the article as well as to prosecute them if the article too much stirs up controversy The invention of Internet allowed to abolish the borders of States and to broadcast the information without constraints, it is thus rather a progress in the field of the freedom of expression. For the most isolated people (rural area, disabled people), he(it) establishes(constitutes) a more egalitarian access to the big sources(springs) of the knowledge. However no control is made on this network and we find slanders, false reports, and opposite images in the human dignity there. The vigilance and the training(formation) of the Internet users is here the only rampart against the disinformation.
  4. meofanny

    Limiting the freedom of the press/pros & cons

    Merci beaucoup pour votre correction, je prendrais note des observations pour la prochaine fois
  5. Bonjour, je me demandais si une correction de mon devoir était possible.. Merci d'avance Do you think the police of a governmental organization should control what journalists write before they publish it ? This kind of subject must ask for two answers: first yes, then no First, I would say yes, the police of a governmental organization should control what journalists write before publishing it. In fact, journalists can write fake stories and the result is not always good; this can provoke revolts, conflicts, even hatred of the other. Take the example of Joseph Goebbels, a famous journalist (Reich Minister for Education of the People and Propaganda) of the Second World War. His role as a journalist was to create hatred and his name is nowadays link to the use of modern mass manipulation technics. Furthermore, nowadays reporters by writing an article can destroy someone's life. For instance, by giving to someone a bad reputation by publishing false news or gossip on him which can refer to the rape of privacy. So even if this person is guilty or not it's not journalists duty to judge about it. That's why police must control what they write before they publish it. In conclusion, the police should control what reporters write before they published it to avoid them to manipulate our viewpoint However, journalists have the right to do and write whatever they want, they are free to do this, and police of governmental organization should not violate the rights of journalists and writers. Indeed, in some countries people are fighting to have this press liberty, for example is countries like Korea where dictatorship doesn't allow liberty of express of people or journalists. They make sure that they have journalists in their side (just to assure to the world that it's not a dictatorial country) who can justified that they are not control but in reality they are. In fact the role of journalists is to make people awareness, either to remind them of the chance they have or to make them react. It's why we may fight for these rights, to banish all kind of censorship So we can say that journalists make a good job by publishing article without police's consent. In fact, in that case journalists may embody freedom and democracy when they are not subscribed or control by police of governmental organization Sometime, when journalists take pen to write without control of anyone it's can allow lot of things. Let's take the example of the movie « the help » (la couleur des sentiments) which take place in the context of racial segregation in the United States in the 1960s and is organized around three female characters that are differentiated by skin colour, age, social function and language. One of them is a with female journalist who decided to argue the cause of black people especially black women who work for rich white one. So journalists may help towards progress and betterment of people's life when they are not under the police's control.
  6. meofanny

    Demande de correction

    Je vous remercie énormément pour votre correction.
  7. meofanny

    Demande de correction

    Bonjour, je m'appelle Fanny et j'ai un travail à faire pour lundi. Ce sera un oral mais pour ca je dois préparer un texte. La consigne est de faire un texte sur un sujet qu'on souhaite dénoncer ou supporter ( j'ai choisi de défendre l'emprise des médias ) avec l'aide d'un dessin ( c'est pour ca que j'en parle dans ma dernière partie ) . J'ai fais mon texte au mieux, ca m'a prix énormément de temps mais je ne pense pas que toute la syntaxe soit bonne. Par ailleurs, je n'ai pas assez d'arguments pour étayer ma these. Donc si vous pouvez m'aider... Merci d'avance. Voici mon texte: So, today I would like to talk about the media and the influence they have on the public. First, let me say that they have two categories of media : one is said « good » and the other « bad ». Concerning the good influence they have, there are no problems but otherwise, we can address the issue of freedom ( look into the situation ) In my opinion, the media have a place in almost all societies, whether a free or dictatorial country. Its place is due to the fact that they can be found everywhere namely on TV, on Internet, in newspapers, on radio and so on … What I am trying to denounce is the control, media have on us. More than an influence, it's them who shape our opinion by directing us towards the opinion they would like us follow. To do this, their solution is to keep the audience's attention distracted, away from the real social problems, captivated by subjects without real importance. According to me, it has become a brake on freedom of expression because it is no longer personal but driven by the will of the leaders. Furthermore, the media adopt a strategy which consists in creating a problem, to arouse a certain reaction of the public, so that the latter is himself an applicant of the measures whom they wish to make him accept It is those these false news, manipulation, disinformation, lies, as well as the propaganda of which we are victims all day long that I wish today to denounce. This drawing gathers my ideas that the media manipulate people. That's why I decided to represent a man, with sophisticated appearance to show that anyone is likely to be the victim of manipulation. Besides, the hands that hide his mouth and his ears are there to show that it is impossible for him to express himself.
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