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Remarque liminaire : cette page liste avec l'aide de yetss, iamaya et Aude les sujets de didactique corrigés dans les rapports de jury. Elle n'a pas la prétention d'être exhaustive et les candidats devront chercher les documents supports sur le site de la SAES ou sur Internet pour pouvoir s'entrainer. Les titres des dossiers ne sont pas donnés lors des épreuves, et les intitulés des documents sont parfois déduits des descriptions des rapports. L'abréviation EPC signifie Exposé de la Préparation d'un Cours.

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2018

- Document 1 : 1A – Photograph, Saul Leiter, “Thanksgiving”, c. 1945
- Document 1 : 1B – Photograph, Diane Arbus, “Woman at a counter smoking, N.Y.C”, 1962
- Document 2 : Paul Auster, “Auggie Wren’s Christmas Story”, The New York Times , December 25, 1990
- Document 3 : Video excerpt of “Perfect Strangers – Street photographer documents the ‘Humans of New York’”, CBS This Morning, January 2, 2014 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-530-Doc-3.mp4
- Document 1 : “New Zealand’s English Has a Distinct Linguistic Identity”, www.nzedge.com, January 10, 2018 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-531-Doc-3A.mp3
- Document 2 : Air New Zealand, A Very Merry Mistake, TV commercial, November 2017 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-531-Doc-1.mp4
- Document 3 : 3A – Screen capture of Finnian Galbraith’s YouTube channel, “The Importance of Correctly Pronouncing Māori Words”, July 20, 2015
- Document 3 : 3B – Finnian Galbraith, “The Importance of Correctly Pronouncing Māori Words”, July 20, 2015 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-531-Doc-3B.mp4
- Document 1 : 1A - William Morris, “Chapter XXIX: A Resting Place On the Upper Thames”, News From Nowhere, 1890
- Document 1: 1B - William Morris, “Chapter XXX: The Journey’s End”, News From Nowhere, 1890
- Document 2 : Eleanor Doughty, “How to spot a Capability Brown landscape at 100 yards”, www.telegraph.co.uk, February 26, 2016
- Document 3 : An interview of Dr James Fox on “Paul Nash – War, Surrealism and British Landscapes”, tate.org.uk, November 8, 2016 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-510-Doc-3.mp4
- Document 1 : Emily Dickinson, “A Drop fell on the Apple Tree”, The Complete Poems, 1890
- Document 2 : Paterson , directed by Jim Jarmusch, 2016 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-333-Doc-2.mp4
- Document 3 : 3A – Langston Hughes, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”, Selected Poems, 1921
- Document 3 : 3B – Langston Hughes reads “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-333-Doc-3B.mp3
- Document 4 : E. E. Cummings, “maggie and milly and molly and may”, The Complete Poems: 1904-1962, 2016
- Document 1 : Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway, 1925
- Document 2 : Jean Rhys, Good Morning, Midnight, 1939
- Document 3 : Photograph by Stanley Kubrick, untitled, 1946
- Document 4 : Miranda Mills, “Chat with Lauren Elkin – Lauren Elkin and the Flâneuse,” Tea and Tattle (blog), 2017 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-351-Doc-4.mp3
- Document 1 : 1 A – Title page, Carolyn Wells, A Nonsense Anthology, 1903
- Document 1 : 1 B – Introduction, Carolyn Wells, A Nonsense Anthology, 1903
- Document 2 : 2 A – Edward Lear, “There was an old man on the Border”, 3rd Book of Nonsense, 1872
- Document 2 : 2 B – J. A. Cuddon, “Limerick ”, A Dictionary of Literary Terms And Literary Theory, 2013
- Document 3 : Julia Donaldson (author), Axel Scheffler (pictures), Room on a Broom, 2013 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-350-Doc-3.mp4
- Document 1 : Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice, 1813
- Document 2 : Emily Dickinson, “326”, The Complete Poems, 1862
- Document 3 : Unknown, How to Dance A Complete Ball-Room and Party Guide, 1878
- Document 4 : Black Swan, directed by Darren Aronofsky, 2010 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-550-Doc-4.mp4
- Document 1 : Screen capture of Robert Shaw, American Quilts: The Democratic Art, 2014, Amazon.com
- Document 2 : 2A – Preview, “Episode 7”, Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics, produced by Shelly Zegart, 2011 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-431-Doc-2A.mp4
- Document 2 : 2B – Introduction, “Episode 7”,Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics, produced by Shelly Zegart, 2011 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-431-Doc-2B.mp4
- Document 3 : Artistic project, “Identity Tapestry”, Mary Corey March, 2013 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-431-Doc-3.mp4
- Document 1 : “Preview of the Sir John Monash Centre at Villers-Bretonneux”, The Canberra Times – ACT News, April 29, 2017 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-450-Doc-1.mp4
- Document 2 : 2 A – Jiawei Shen, “Yeah, Mate!” , 2016 (oil on canvas, 213 x 122 cm)
- Document 2 : 2 B – Photograph, Ernest Brooks, 1915
- Document 3 : M. L. Stedman, The Light between Oceans, 2012
- Document 4 : David Malouf, Fly Away Peter, 1982
- Document 1 : Peter Baker and Amy Chozick, “Hillary Clinton’s History as First Lady: Powerful, but Not Always Deft”, The New York Times, 2014
- Document 2 : “Melania Trump Poised to Move from Sidelines to Spotlight”, NPR News, 2016 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-432-Doc-2.mp3
- Document 3 : “Unveiling the Official President Bush Portrait – President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama host former President George W. Bush and Former First Lady Laura Bush for the unveiling of their official portraits’’, obamawhitehouse.archives.gov, 2012 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIA-2018-Oral-EPC-432-Doc-3.mp4

2017

- Document 1 : William Sidney Mount, The Power of Music, 1847 (oil paint on canvas, 43 x 53 cm)
- Document 2 : Movie opening scene, The Piano, directed by Jane Campion, 1993
- Document 3 : Louise Erdrich, The Plague of Doves, 2008
- Document 1 : Abigail Beall, “Stephen Hawking warns of a robotic uprising”, MailOnline, July 1, 2016
- Document 2 : Isaac Asimov, “Reason”, Astounding Science Fiction, 1941
- Document 3 : Video, “Elli-Q The active Aging Companion”, Intuition Robotics company,2016 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/450-doc-3.mp4
- Document 4 : Photograph by Franz Steiner, Personal Robot, 2017
- Document 1 : Thomas Stewart, John Rose (1619–1677), the Royal Gardener, Presenting a Pineapple to King Charles II (1630–1685), 1787 (oil on canvas, 92 x 109 cm)
- Document 2 : Fiona MacRae, “Forget flash cars and designer bags, being eco-friendly is the new status symbol”, The Daily Mail, February 3, 2016
- Document 3 A : Summary “Ornamental hermits: an 18th century ‘must-have’ ”, Leicester University web site, December 2013
- Document 3 B : Gordon Campbell, “The curious phenomenon of the ornamental hermit”, Oxford Academic 'Oxford University PressYouTube channel), March 7, 2013 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E0SWQs1kQY&t=63s
- Document 1 : Matthew Patton, “America’s College Promise Black History Month: an Outdated Notion”, The Guardsman, February 16, 2015
- Document 2 : Barack Obama, “Presidential Proclamation of African American History Month”, January 31, 2014
- Document 3 : An interview of Morgan Freeman by Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes, CBS, December 19, 2005 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/433-Doc-3.mp4
- Document 1 : Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady, 1881
- Document 2 A : Photograph from the official Instagram account of American singer Beyoncé, July 2014
- Document 2 B : American wartime propaganda poster, “We Can Do It!”, produced by J. Howard Miller, 1943
- Document 3 : Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance and Other Essays, 1841
- Document 1 : “Selfie-snapping monkey in US lawsuit against British photographer”, The Daily Telegraph, September 22, 2015
- Document 2 : Excerpt from the documentary film “Koko, The Gorilla Who Talks to People”, BBC Earth, 2016 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/432-DOC-2.mp4
- Document 3 : Screen capture of the “About the Project” section of The Nonhuman Rights Project internet web page
- Document 1 : Finlo Rohrer, “Why a re Parents Banning School Books?”, BBC News, September 27, 2010
- Document 2 : Screen capture of 50 Books That Were Banned (view gallery), Anna Brech
- Document 3 : Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451, 1953
- Document 4 : Audio excerpt, “Is it ever okay to ban books?”, Blue Sky show, CBC [Canadian Broadcasting Corporation] Saskatchewan, February 26 , 2014 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/410-DOC-4.mp3
- Document 1 : Janet Frame, “The Bedjacket”, The Lagoon and Other Stories, 1951
- Document 2 A : Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, 1865
- Document 2 B : Poster for the film Alice in Wonderland, directed by Tim Burton, 2010
- Document 3 : William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1595
- Document 1 : Henry David Thoreau, The Ponds, 1854
- Document 2 : Trailer for the documentary film Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, directed by Lynda Waggoner, 2005 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/431-Doc-2.mp4
- Document 3 A : Frank Lloyd Wright, Broadacre City master plan and perspective drawing, 1934
- Document 3 B : Frank Lloyd Wright, The Disappearing City, 1932
- Document 4 : Jeanne Gang, “The Garden in the Machine”, Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, New York Museum of Modern Art exhibition, 2012
- Document 1 : Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, 1719
- Document 2 : Poster for UKIP’s Brexit campaign, “Breaking point”, June 16, 2016
- Document 3 : Movie excerpt, 2001: A Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1968 - http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/550-doc-3.mp4
  • EPC 430 (Hair matters) : http:/saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/EPC-2017-SUJET-430.pdf
- Document 1 : American talk show, “Don’t touch my hair!”, The Real talk show, November 18, 2014
- Document 2 : Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Americanah, 2013
- Document 3 : Video, “Cultural Appreciation: 7 Women on Embracing Their Heritage Through Their Beauty”, Teen Vogue, April 21, 2016

2016

Documents supports: http://saesfrance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-AIA-EPC.pdf

  • EPC 512 (Poésie numérique)
- Document 1 : Wherefore Art Thou Robo-Shakespeare? Or Better Yet, How? – NPR , 2014.
- Document 2 : Human v. Computer Poetry Slam – Radio 4, 2013.
- Document 3 : MIT student uses machine-learning to teach a machine how to compose sonnets – Ross Brooks, PSFK, January 28th, 2014.
- Document 4: Sonnet 18 – William Shakespeare , 1608
  • EPC 550 (Love)
- Document 1 : Extrait de Jane Austen, Persuasion, 1818
- Document 2 : Extrait de Shrek 2, de Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury et Conrad Vernon, 2004.
- Document 3 : Article d’Anna Moore, «Relationships: A class course in wedded bliss», The Mail on Sunday, 18 January 2011.
  • EPC 430 (Moon Hoax)
- Document 1 : Vidéo – JFK's Moon Speech, 1962, festivalofcuriosity.ie 2013
- Document 2 : The Moon Landings Were Faked, Time, November 20, 2008
- Document 3: Vidéo – The Impossible Hoax, BBC,2011
- Document 4: Cartoon, Morten Morland, The Times, December 7, 2009
  • EPC 530 (Slavery)
- Document 1 : Chromolithographie The Past and the Future, Thomas Nast, in Harper's Weekly, 1863.
- Document 2 : Extrait de Ernest J. Gaines, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, 1971.
- Document 3 : Bande annonce de Twelve Years a Slave, Steve McQueen, imdb.com, 2013
  • EPC 551 (The Father)
- Document 1 : Hamlet, Adaptation cinématographique, 1996, dir. Kenneth Branagh.
- Document 2 : Hamlet and the Ghost, Frederick James Shields, 1901, Oil on canvas, Manchester Art Gallery.
- Document 3 : Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, episode V, 1980.
  • EPC 311 (Witches)
- Un extrait de Macbeth (1606), acte I, scène 3 – William Shakespeare
- Quatre documents iconographiques : 2 tableaux (Fuseli et Waterhouse), la couverture d’un numéro de The Saturday Evening Post et la couverture d’un roman (The Witches: Salem, 1692), de Stacy Schiff (Little, Brown and Company, October 2015)
- Un document sonore (2’22’’) : extrait d’une émission de NPR « The Changing Lives of Women», octobre 2015
  • EPC 450 (A woman’s place)
- Document 1 : extrait du roman Revolutionary Road, Richard Yates, 1961
- Document 2 : extrait de The Feminine Mystique, Betty Friedan, 1963
- Document 3 : article « Woman’s Place is in the Kitchen », The Advocate, Sept. 21, 2015
- Document 4 : capture d’écran, 2016, shop.hillaryclinton.com
  • EPC 313 (Art and the Great War)
- Document 1 : Tableau Over The Top, John Nash, 1918
- Document 2 : Tableau Paths Of Glory, Christopher Nevinson, 1917
- Document3 : Blog de Melissa Cooper, mars 2011
- Document 3A : Poets of the Great War : Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen
- Document 3B : Siegfried Sassoon, Sick Leave, 1918
- Document 3C : Wilfred Owen, Dulce Et Decorum Est, 1917

2015

Documents supports : http://saesfrance.org/arc/pdf/sujets_epc_agreg_int_2015.pdf

  • Dossier EPC 412 (Small Island)
- Document 1 Video : Small Island, BBC 1 TV drama, 2009 (extract, 1'19)
- Document 2 chanson : London Is The Place For Me, song by Lord Kitchener, 1948 ( Video montage, youtube, 2'41) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGt21q1AjuI
- Document 3 roman : Small Island, novel by Andrea Levy, 2004 (Tinder Press, pp.11‐13)
  • Dossier EPC 353 (Words create worlds)
- Document 1 extrait de roman : Through the Looking‐Glass (1871)
- Document 2 conte The Gruffalo (1999) Julia Donaldson
  • Dossier EPC 454 (Artificial intelligence)
- Document 1  : Roger Penrose, The Emperor's New Mind, ch. 1 'Can a Computer Have a Mind?', 1989
- Document 2 : 'The Computer Will See You Now', The Economist, 16th August 2014
- Document 3 : 'SimSensei Virtual Human for Healthcare Support', University of Southern California, February 2013
  • Dossier EPC 431 (Street Art)
- Document 1 : How Bambi, the female Banksy, became the new star of street art The Guardian
- Document 2 Vidéo - "Banksy" creates street art and mystery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4jD0ax86NU
- Document 3 Document: A Bit Like Marmite –Bambi -
- Document 4 : Hero To Zero - Bambi

2014

- Document 1 : Une photo de Garry Winogrand prise à New York en 1969
- Document 2 : La bande-annonce de Rear Window d'Alfred Hitchcock, film de 1954 avec James Stewart et Grace Kelly.
- Document 3 : le début de la nouvelle «Neighbors» , écrite par Raymond Carver en 1971

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- Document 1: Extrait de Robert McLiam Wilson, Ripley Bogle, 1989.
- Document 2: Extrait de John Berger, The Sense of Sight,1985.
- Document 3: The Three Magnets from Architecture+Urbanism, Manchester School of Architecture Year Book 2013
- Document 1 : “Blackpool, the development of a tourist destination” – document video. Source: www.classroomvideo.co.uk
- Document 2 : “Numbers of tourist visitors” – graphique. Source: www.coolgeography.co.uk
- Document 3: extrait de Bill Bryson, Notes from a Small Island, 1995.
- Document 4: “Should Blackpool be a World Heritage Site?” Paul Mackenzie, www.lancashirelife.co.uk
- Document 1 : Article “Tech-Savvy Cities May Be 'Smart', But Are They Wise?” - NPR
- Document 2: “Smarter Cities: Innovations for future cities that lead to a better quality of life” – Document vidéo
- Document 3: Drawing by Jon Carter

2013

  • A Room with a view
  • Irishness
  • American universities

2012

  • Dossier III A : Hispanics (pages 53-55 du rapport de jury)
  • Sujet IV A – GARDENS (pages 57-60)
  • DID VB : adaptations artistiques d’un roman classique : Far from the madding crowd (pages 61-64)

2011

  • Dossier I A The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams (pages 61-64 du rapport de jury)
  • Dossier III A Rock ’n’ Roll music (pages 65-69)
  • Dossier V B Surveillance society (pages 70-72)

2010

  • Dossier I A - The Liverpool Poets
  • Dossier II B - Invictus
  • Dossier IV B : Représentations du colonialisme britannique