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French baccalaureate subject 2024: discover the test and the probable subjects

“French baccalaureate subject 2024: discover the test and the probable subjects”

BAC 2024. Première students will take the written French baccalaureate test on Friday June 14, 2024. Discover the likely topics, the detailed presentation of this test and all the key dates.


Première students see the 2024 French baccalaureate coming soon. big steps. The advanced French tests will take place on Friday, June 14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 12 p.m. Candidates may be entitled to à subjects on the literature of ideas, the novel, poetry or even theater in the general path ;general as in professional paths. Not everyone will work on the same texts since between the commentary, the dissertations or the contractions of text there are four literary works which will be proposed as subject matter. nbsp;of study in each subject. For the curious and those who would like to test their literary culture, the subjects covered during the French baccalaureate last year are available in full. on this page thanks to our partner Studyrama.

If the written French baccalaureate counts for half of the total in the baccalaureate average in this subject, the other half depends on the grade obtained oral French. Having passed the written test is therefore not enough, but it gives a first idea of ​​your potential average. Moreover, to help candidates with their skills, to know if they answered the subject correctly, the corrections made by teachers can also be consulted on this page.

Based on the French program for this year 2024 and taking into account past subjects, according to the annals of the last five In recent years, it is more likely to come across the following topics for this 2024 edition. Please note, the probabilities do not allow us to state with certainty that this or that subject will inevitably fall this year. No impasse is possible at the time of revisions. 

For the literature of ideas in the general field, "Gargantua" by Rabelais, "Les Caractères" de LaBruyère or "Declaration of the Rights of Women and Citizens" d'Olympe de Gouges could be on the program. We also advise you to study your classic authors such as Balzac, Hugo, Proust, or even Zola. Some contemporary writers like Maylis de Kerengal or Nathalie Sarraute have a good chance of falling this year. In poetry, "Les Cahiers de Douai" by Rimbaud or My forests" d'H&lène Dorion could be there. "The Imaginary Sick" by Molière, "Les Fausses Confidences" by Marivaux and "Just the end of the world" by Jean-Luc Lagarce are also possibilities in theater. For the technological sector, poetry could well be at the heart of the debates. Ronsard, Apolinnaire or Verlaine with "Fêtes galantes" are serious options for this 2024 French baccalaureate.

For this 2024 edition of the French baccalaureate, here are the dates know îand à check in your calendar:  

  • Friday June 14, 2024 (in the morning between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m.): advance French tests ais
  • Between June 24 and July 5, 2024: advance oral tests
  • Between Wednesday 5 and Friday 7 July 2024: catch-up tests
  • Friday September 13, 2024 : proof of replacement of the French baccalaureateçais 
  • Monday July 8, 2024: test results

The objectives of this test

If the test has been passed redefined by the baccalaureate reform, expectations remain the same depending on the specialized site. Parnasse's courses: master the French language, be able to express oneself clearly, analyze texts and construct a narrative. personal inflection." When writing, each student has a specific idea. two subjects to choose from: an essay or text commentary. 

High school students must above all master the registers and literary movements of the program to pass this exam. The figures of speech and authors analyzed during the year must also be clearly in mind. The basics of French are not well understood. also neglect: the spelling, grammar and conjugation of the copies must be impeccable otherwise you will lose points.

French writing

In the general series, the written test lasts four hours. It is rated out of 20 for a coefficient of five. Anne Laurens, French teacher at the François Truffaut high school (Challans), gives her advice for the written exam: & ;quot;You have to master the methodology. We must avoid the famous: 'I'm going for talent', but rather make files on each &work with the keywords &agrav; remember."

High school students must choose between a text commentary and an essay. the proof of the technological baccalaureate, it includes a commentary with the axes of reading or a contraction of text followed by an essay on an oelig ;work studied during the year. Also lasting 4 hours, the test is marked out of 20 points, or out of 10 points + 10 points depending on the choice of subject.

L'oral de françaisçais

For the oral examination, each candidate is invited to participate in another high school to pass in front of an unknown teacher. The oral exam lasts 50 minutes: 30 minutes of preparation and 20 minutes of passage. This passage is composed of: a two-line reading, a linear text explanation, an interview on a work chosen by the author ;student with a short presentation then five minutes of discussion. The coefficient is also five.

For oral, she advises: "Read and reread the texts, make them your own. You must have in mind the structure of the text and the problem in order to relate them to the subject matter. a clear spinal column. The student will then be able to scale his or her remarks facing each other. his examiner." In the general series, students have 20 texts to choose from. know while in technological series, this figure drops to 12 because these high school students have fewer hours of French lessons.

It is obviously impossible to predict the subjects of the different French tests but the good way to practice them remains to take a look at those from last year in order to be ready on the big day. ;visions of the French baccalaureate, no notion must pass to the next level. the hatch because many of them can be used whatever the subjects which will fall during the exam on Friday June 14:

  • For the text commentary, candidates will work on a single object of study and will have a single imposed subject.
  • For the dissertation, candidates can choose to work on one of the three proposed topics. Please note that all the issues will relate to the same theme, but may be linked to different works and authors. ;eacute;rents.
  • For text contraction and testing, offered to candidates in technological fields only, students will be able to choose from three subjects which will focus on a single major theme, but on three different texts. oacute;rents. Note that the choice of subject is valid for both exercises.

A subject for two exercises of your choice. Last year, for the text commentary, the students were entitled to comment on the text. a study of Salon de 1767 by Denis Diderot, while for the dissertation three subjects were proposedé ;nbsp;: Manon Lescaut of the Abbé Prévost, The skin of chagrin by Balzac or texts by Colette.

In the technology sector, candidates had the choice of commenting on a text by Théophile Gautier or of synthesizing a text by Rabelais, La Bruyère or Olympe de Gouges last year.

Our partner Studyrama offers correction elements on French subjects. They allow us to understand what is expected by the baccalaureate correctors. Find all the subjects and answers for the baccalaureate on the Studyrama website for last year's session.

For the students in the vocational sector, the subject invited them to take part in their careers. analyze the following texts: Ivanhon&eac; by Walter Scott, Brûlant secret by Stefan Zweig and Real TV by Aurélien Bellanger. The subject has four questions to assess reading skills and then one question to assess the candidates' writing level. Find the subjects in their entirety! below, thanks to à Studyrama, which gives subjects and answers each year.

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