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PROGRAMMES SPECIFIQUES :

En Histoire Géographie, les enseignants suivent le programme officiel de l’Education Nationale. Il est enseigné pour moitié en anglais et pour moitié en français.

En Langue et Littérature, les élèves étudient des oeuvres complètes, travaillent le vocabulaire littéraire spécifique, l’orthographe, la grammaire.

EXAMENS :

Le DNB Option Internationale (OIB)

Epreuves identiques au DNB classique : 

  • A l’écrit : Français, Histoire-Géographie, Maths et Sciences 
  • A l’oral :  EPI

Epreuves spécifiques à la section internationale :

  • oral d’Histoire- Géographie en anglais
  • oral de Langue et Littérature en anglais.

Le BAC Option Internationale (OIB)

Epreuves identiques au BAC classique

Epreuves spécifiques à la section internationale :

  • une épreuve écrite et une épreuve orale d’Histoire- Géographie en anglais
  • une épreuve écrite et une épreuve orale de Langue et Littérature en anglais.

ENGAGEMENTS :

Being part of Institut Fénelon’s International Section offers many opportunities to students and teachers to learn new things in new ways, to go on trips and to participate in projects and extracurricular activities.  In order to make the most of our time together in and outside of the classroom, we would like to make our expectations clear.  Outlined below are 4 main characteristics that an Institut Fénelon International student is expected to uphold.

1. Respect :

The main quality that we expect of all those involved in the International Section is that of respect.  We must respect ourselves, other students, teachers, Fénelon personnel as well as others’ property at all times.   School rules must always be respected including when on school trips.   Being respectful creates a healthy and happy school environment in which everyone can learn and grow.

2. Honesty :

AU COLLEGE : “Honesty is the best policy” as the saying goes.  You must always be truthful as trust is a vital part of any relationship.  This concerns your behaviour and your work.  Lying and cheating will simply not be tolerated.  You cannot copy for either homework or tests.  This also includes plagiarism, the intentional or unintentional use of another person’s work.  You cannot copy work from the internet and use it as your own.  Should you be caught cheating, your parents will be contacted.

AU LYCE : “Honesty is the best policy” as the saying goes.  You must always be truthful as trust is a vital part of any relationship.  This concerns your behaviour and your work.  Lying and cheating will simply not be tolerated.  You cannot copy for either homework or tests.  This also includes plagiarism, the intentional or unintentional use of another person’s work.  You cannot copy work from the internet and use it as your own.  Should you be caught cheating, you will receive a 0 on the assignment and your parents will be contacted.

3. Commitment :

If you choose to sign up for any activity, be it in class or an extracurricular activity such as MUN or Theatre, you will be expected to respect your commitment for an entire school year.  In becoming a member of a “team,” you must do your fair share and follow through to the end with enthusiasm.

4. Responsibility :

AU COLLEGE : You are responsible for your behaviour and your work at all times.  We have decided to make a general rule for assigned work in order to help you to be responsible and to help teachers keep track of work.  You must turn in your work on time.  If you do not, you will be expected to give it in to the teacher at the very next lesson. Should you not turn it in at that time, your parents will be contacted.  If you are absent, you are responsible for getting assignments from Ecole Directe a friend or Study Buddy.  Any work due during your absence must be turned in to your teacher at the very next lesson or your parents will be contacted as well. 

AU LYCEE : You are responsible for your behaviour and your work at all times.  We have decided to make a general rule for assigned work in order to help you to be responsible and to help teachers keep track of work.  You must turn in your work on time.  If you do not, you will be expected to give it in to the teacher at the very next lesson, and you will receive a 5 point penalty. Should you not turn it in at that time, you will receive a 0.  If you are absent, you are responsible for getting assignments from a friend or Study Buddy.  Any work due during your absence must be turned in to your teacher at the very next lesson or you will receive a 5 point penalty as well. 

ASSOCIATIONS / FORMATIONS :

 

  • L’ASIBA : l’Association des Sections Britanniques et Anglophones, permet à tous les enseignants de Langue et Littérature et d’Histoire-Géographie de se rencontrer deux fois par an à Paris, accompagnés et formés par les inspecteurs de Cambridge dans ces matières. Les responsables de section font également le point lors d’une réunion annuelle. Ce soutien et ces moments de partage garantissent la qualité de l’enseignement et de l’accompagnement dans notre section.

Pour plus d’informations, notamment l’OIB Handbook : http://www.asiba.fr/

  • La FDEI : Fondation pour le Développement de l’Enseignement International, invite régulièrement tous les acteurs de sections internationales (toutes langues confondues) à des congrès biannuels afin d’échanger sur les spécificités et les enjeux d’un enseignement bilingue et biculturel.

Pour plus d’informations : www.fdei.org

  •  L'APDESI : Association des Personnels de Direction d'Etablissements à Section Internationales

Pour plus d'informations : https://apdesi.org/

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