2nd, 1ère, Terminale
The high school programmes are ambitious.
They consolidate the achievements of the “cycle 4”, ensure the transmission of solid subject content and contribute to the intellectual formation of pupils.
The programmes allow the construction of a common literary, historical, humanistic and scientific culture. They give pupils the keys to understanding the world in which they live: the evolution of societies, cultures, policies, the different phases of their history as well as the actions and decisions of the actors.
The curricula of scientific disciplines are based on theoretical concepts and teach the singularity of scientific reasoning. They aim to help students understand the specific nature of scientific knowledge in terms of its practices, methods and social issues.
They aim to stimulate pupils’ creativity and their ability to construct rigorous reasoning, to exercise their critical thinking, to consolidate their civic education in order to become responsible and free citizens, aware of their rights but also of their duties. The programmes encourage students to understand the conditions for their intellectual, social and political emancipation.
In modern languages, as well as consolidating their linguistic and communication skills, pupils deepen their knowledge of the geographical and cultural areas of the languages they are learning.
The teaching of economic and social sciences, which is common to all students in 2nde, and then in specialised courses, helps to consolidate the microeconomic approaches necessary to understand the fundamental mechanisms of the economy.
A new place for digital technology. “Digital Science and Technology” in Seconde (Year 11) enables students to grasp the concepts of digital science, to understand the growing importance of digital technology and the major impacts it has on human practices. The speciality course ‘Digital and Computer Science’ in Première aims to appropriate the concepts and methods that underpin computer science, in its scientific and technical dimensions.
Some courses offer new multidisciplinary approaches: common scientific teaching in 1ère (Year 12), specialised courses in ‘Humanities, literature and philosophy’, ‘History, geopolitics, political science’. They allow for cross-cutting views on major cultural issues or knowledge of the contemporary world.
The programmes give a new place to the mastery of language and the development of oral skills, particularly through the practice of argumentation. While these skills are worked on in all lessons, they take on a particular importance in the specialised lessons for students who have to prepare for the final oral test of the “baccalauréat”.
The programmes seek to establish a balance between the various learning periods: time for research, activity and manipulation; time for dialogue and exchange, verbalisation and reasoning; experimental practice and modelling activity
Mathematics in Seconde
Moral and civic education in 1ère
It prepares them for the exercise of citizenship and contributes to transmitting the values of the Republic to all pupils.
The programme associates a main theme with each of the three levels of the lycée: freedom in Seconde, Society in 1ère and Democracy in Terminale.
Physical and sports education
This teaching also aims to form a fulfilled citizen, capable of engaging regularly and autonomously in an active and united way of life
French in 2nd and 1ère
In the lycée, work on language now occupies a fundamental place alongside the study of literature. It allows the knowledge acquired in collège to be deepened and used to understand texts and improve pupils’ expression.
The programmes focus on four subjects: poetry, literature of ideas and the press, the novel and the narrative, and drama.
From the second year onwards, students begin to work progressively on the written and oral exercises for the baccalauréat pre-tests.
History-geography in 2nd and 1ère
The history programme in “Seconde” focuses on the major stages in the formation of the modern world, from the legacy of antiquity and the Middle Ages to the 18th century. In geography, students work on the concepts of environment, development and mobility.
In 1ère, the history programme extends from 1789 to the First World War. In geography, students study the reshaping of the world today and in particular the growing importance of metropolises in the functioning of societies and the organisation of territories.
Emphasis is placed on the use of digital technology, which enables pupils to make progress in and out of the classroom with the help of teachers.
Technological teaching in the first modern language is extended to all technological series. Two teachers intervene in front of the pupils to provide more practical teaching and to encourage oral skills.
Science education, in "1ère"
It seeks to contribute to making each student a lucid person, aware of what he or she is, and a responsible citizen.
Physics and Chemistry in Seconde
This teaching aims to encourage experimental practice and modelling activity. The aim is to give students an interesting and authentic view of physics and chemistry.
Life and Earth Sciences in "Seconde"
The Life and Earth Sciences programme is organised into three main themes which help to arouse the interest and curiosity of pupils: the Earth, life and the evolution of living organisms; the contemporary challenges facing the planet, in particular those relating to the environment, sustainable development, resource management and risks; the human body and health.
Economic and Social Sciences in "Seconde"
This teaching contributes to the training of enlightened citizens on the major economic, social and political issues of the contemporary world.
This teaching enables students to discover new fields of study and to help them choose a speciality in the final year of the general stream.
Digital Science and Technology in "Seconde"
Students acquire scientific knowledge and skills that will enable them to adopt a thoughtful and reasoned use of digital technologies in everyday or professional life. The different themes covered in the programme are: the internet, the web, social networks, digital photography in particular.
Speciality Courses in 1ère and Terminale
- History-geography, geopolitics and political science
The speciality course “History-geography, geopolitics and political science” mobilises history, geography, geopolitics and political science to give students the keys to understanding the contemporary world.
In 1ère , students analyse a political regime: democracy. They study the international power of states, political borders, the challenges of information and religious facts in their relationship with power.
- Humanities, literature and philosophy
The Humanities, Literature and Philosophy specialisation aims to provide students with a solid training in the field of literature, philosophy and human sciences.
This speciality offers a literary and philosophical approach to major cultural issues and a personal reflection based on works of art.
The themes of the programme are approached in relation to the history of culture: “The powers of speech” from Antiquity to the Classical Age, “The representations of the world” in the Renaissance, the Classical Age and the Enlightenment period.
- Foreign and regional languages, literature and cultures
Pupils in 1ère can follow a specialised course in ‘Foreign and Regional Languages, Literatures and Cultures’ in English.
This speciality enables students to progressively achieve an assured command of the language and an understanding of the associated culture. It prepares students for further study and mobility.
- Literature and languages and cultures of antiquity
The objects of study in this speciality programme are common to both Latin and Greek.
This speciality offers students a questioning of man in the city through the subjects entitled “The city between realities and utopias”; “Justice of the gods, justice of men”. The last object of study “Mediterranean: conflicts, influences and exchanges” approaches the Mediterranean world from a geographical, chronological and cultural perspective.
The programme of the “Mathematics” speciality deepens the notions dealt with in “Seconde” and introduces new notions.
This speciality allows students to develop a taste for mathematics, to appreciate its approaches and concepts, and to master abstraction.
The programme is organised into five main parts: “Algebra”, “Analysis”, “Geometry”, “Probability and Statistics” and “Algorithms and Programming”.
- Numerics and Computer Science
The speciality course ‘Numerics and Computer Science’ enables students to acquire the concepts and methods that underpin computer science, in its scientific and technical dimensions.
It develops students’ multiple skills: analysing and modelling a problem in terms of information flow and processing; designing algorithmic solutions; translating an algorithm into a programming language.
Students also acquire scientific knowledge and know-how that will enable them to adopt a responsible and critical use of computers in everyday and professional life.
- Physics and Chemistry
The Physics-Chemistry speciality course is based on experimental practice and modelling activities to enable pupils to establish a link between the world of objects, experiments and facts and that of models and theories.
The programme is structured around four themes which allow for the use of many everyday situations and contribute to making links with other scientific disciplines: “Constitution and transformations of matter”, “Movement and interactions”, “Energy: conversions and transfers”, “Waves and signals”.
The many fields of application give the student a concrete, lively and up-to-date picture of physics and chemistry.
- Engineering Sciences
The speciality course “Engineering Sciences” is concerned with artificial objects and systems. It aims to give students skills such as the ability to innovate, to imagine and materialise a solution to a type of problem.
The approach in engineering sciences mobilises a scientific approach based on observation, the development of hypotheses, modelling, simulation, material or virtual experimentation and the critical analysis of the results obtained.
Project management is inherent to the activity of engineers. Thus, in 1ère, a 12-hour team project allows students to imagine and materialise an original solution. In Terminale (final year), a 48-hour team project is offered to all students.
- Life and Earth Sciences
The speciality course, allows students to acquire a scientific culture based on the fundamental concepts of biology and geology.
Pupils develop scientific knowledge and skills leading to responsibility in the field of the environment, health and safety.
The programmes are organised into three main themes: the Earth, life and the evolution of living organisms; the contemporary challenges of the planet, particularly those of the environment, sustainable development, resource management and risks; the human body and health. These themes also enable students to develop a critical mind and civic education.
- Economic and Social Sciences
The speciality course “Economic and Social Sciences” is an extension of the common course in Seconde.
It sheds light on the major economic, social and political issues of contemporary societies.
It reinforces and deepens students’ mastery of the concepts, methods and issues of economics, sociology and political science.
The main objectives of the specialised courses in “Circus Arts”, “Plastic Arts”, “Cinema-Audiovisual”, “Dance”, “Music”, “History of the Arts” and “Theatre” are artistic practice and the reinforcement of cultural knowledge.
They also enable students to develop their ability to think about their relationship with art and to build their pathway to higher education in the arts and culture. Thanks to partnerships, these lessons enable students to learn about the different professions and training paths related to the artistic fields they study.
These specialised courses, each with its own programme, also enable students to work on skills such as stimulating the imagination, the capacity for abstraction, the collaborative spirit and critical analysis.
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