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Study a visual document You will have to take a close look at a visual document for 2 minutes, trying to remember as many elements as possible. Page 1
You have 2 minutes to take a close look at this document It happens every day on America's Highways. Police stop drivers based on their skin colour rather than for the way they are driving. For example, in Florida 80 % of those stopped and searched were black and Hispanic, while they constituted only 5 % of drivers. These humiliating and illegal searches are ciolations of the Constitution and must be fought. Help us defend your rights. Support the ACLU. Page 2
Now list all the elements that struck you Use: - I was struck by...../ by the fact that....... - One stricking element is....... - Another stricking element is that.... Page 3
INTRODUCE THE DOCUMENT Nature/ origin of the document a cartoon, a photograph, a poster, an advertisement, a painting, a drawing, a leaflet, a caricature ???? Page 4
STRUCTURE OF THE DOCUMENT Identify The title, the headline the illustration, the support text express contrast or similarity On the one hand...on the other hand Contrary to..., / Unlike....,....whereas..... /.....while...... Like..., Both.... Page5
FOCUS on CHARACTERS and SITUATION Page 6 Characters - Who are these two men? - Why were they chosen ? Facts - What do the facts and figures in this document reveal about the present situation?
THE DOCUMENT'S GOALS Page 7 Goals - What does the text refer to facts and figures for? - What is the structure based on contrast for? - What does the text refer to the American Constitution for? Use - to / in order to / so as to + VB - to aim to + vb / to aim at + V-ing... - to want (s.o.) to.../ intend to + Vb
CONCLUDE Page 8 React Has the document reached its goal? Go further Do the police react the same way in your country?
Page 9 Thank you for your attention Credits: Document from: Broadways, Anglais, 1ere, Nathan, paris, 2004, p. 113