Session June 2009 National Diploma Certificate COLLEGE SERIES Test History - Geography Civics Duration: 2:00 The subject

is composed of 9 pages: - Part I, History and Geography, noted on 18 points: CHOICE ⠢ Topic No. 1 numbered page 2 / 9 3 / 9 ⠢ No. 2 on the numbered page 4 / 9 6 / 9 - Part Two, civics, rated 12 points: ⠢ the subject numbered 7 / 9 8 / 9 - Third party marks time and space, scored on six points: ⠢ the subject numbered 9 / 9 (to go with the copy) Mastery of language (spelling and writing): 4 points Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 1 / 9 PART ONE: HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY (18 points) TOPIC # 1 - HISTORY: THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE FRENCH COMPANY BETWEEN 1945 AND 1 975 Document 1 - A French worker accesses the consumer society in 1947 to 14 years, Richard completed his graduation certificate. In his three-piècescuisine, no sh ower or bathroom, Schnell family lives day by day. With CAP locksmith, Richard p aid 200 francs a month in 1950, 350 francs in 1954. After 1958, his wife will br ing to the household 350 francs per month by multiplying the overtime. What to b uy furniture. "It was around 1960 that I felt my situation better," he said. Tha t year, he receives 743 francs a month and he celebrated his first car bought, u sed, on credit. The fridge and TV are also at this time. Richard understands tha t the credit enables them to improve his lot a little faster. He buys a new car in 1965, which cost him nearly six months of his salary. In 1970, it is 2200 fra ncs monthly salary. His daughters, Martine was born in 1958, and Sandrine born i n 1966, discovered for the first time the distant summer holiday in the caravan paid 14,000 francs in 1974. According to P. Beaudeux, Tomorrow, France, plural Hachette, 1986. Document 2 - Evolution of French society during the post-war boom in 1946 Total population (millions) Birth rate (⠰) Infant mortality rate (⠰) average life expe ctancy of men (years) Average life expectancy Women (in years) Rural population (%) Urban population (%) Percentage of age group obtaining the Bachelor Number o f dwellings (millions) 40.5 20.9 84.4 59.9 65 2 46.8 53.2 4 12 1975 52.6 14.1 13 .8 69 76.9 31.5 68.5 24.4 21 Source: Adapted from sites INSEE (wwww.insee.fr) and the National Assembly (www. assembleenationale.fr)

Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 2 / 9 Document 3 - Construction of large sets in Sarcelles (Val d'Oise) in the sixties Source: Catalogue of resources on the large set of Sarcelles, Heritage Publicati ons in Val de France n ° 9-2007. QUESTIONS - 8 POINTS Document 1 (3 points) 1. Take two consumption goods purchas ed by the family Schnell during the "Thirty Glorious Years". What are the means that enabled the family to improve their situation? Paper 2 (2 points) 2. Take t wo elements showing that the French health improves. Documents 2 and 3 (3 points ) 3. Describe the photograph 3 then raise them in the document 2, two elements t hat justify the construction of large assemblies. Section Arguments - 10 POINTS Using information from documents and your own knowledge, write a paragraph argue d some twenty lines showing the transformation of living conditions of the Frenc h between 1945 and 1975. Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 3 / 9 PART ONE: HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY (18 points) TOPIC # 2 - GEOGRAPHY: THE URBAN GROWTH IN THE WORLD Document 1 - Evolution of large urban agglomerations in the world Tokyo Mexico New York Shanghai People 1975 20,000,000 Limitemillions 16 North / South 10,000,000 São Paulo 2000 Los Angeles Beijing Tokyo Osaka Shanghai Manila New York Limit North / South

Population 26 million Mexico Cairo Bombay Calcutta Delhi Dhaka Jakarta Karachi 18,000,000 10,000,000 Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo Buenos Aires Lagos Los Angeles Beijing Tianjin Tokyo Osaka Shanghai Manila 2015 Mexico New York Hyderabad Istanbul Cairo Calcutta Bombay Delhi Dhaka Jakarta Karachi Bangkok North / South Population (estimate) boundary 26 million 18 million 10 million Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo Buenos Aires Lagos According MF.Durand, B. Martin, D. Placidi, M.Törmquist-Chesnier - Atlas of glo balization, Presses de Sciences PO, 2006. Code review: 9DNBCH1 Problems of Urban Growth in South High National Certificate Series College ATTACHMENT 2 Subject S 2009 - 4 / 9 Half the world population, estimated at just over 6.5 billion people currently l ive in cities. A majority live in big cities or sprawling metropolises of severa l million inhabitants. Most of these cities are now in so-called South. Jakarta, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Bombay [Mumbai], Cairo, all these are familiar names an d synonyms of giant cities congested, polluted and where many people live in wha t we call slums. The current population growth of major cities in the South is s uch that it is impossible to update the equipment, and above all to the level of needs. Drinking water, wastewater, waste, roads, transport, culture, schools, u niversities, all facilities are mostly in a state of disrepair and if necessary investments are consistent that local politicians are unable to find funding. In these great cities of the South, a majority of the population lives in urban sl ums, more than a billion people! According to Graeme Villeret PopulationData.net, October 2006.

DOCUMENT 3 - The spatial extension of the northern towns, suburban housing estat e in Las Vegas (USA), 2007 Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ulybug/58183800/ Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 5 / 9 QUESTIONS - Paper 1 8 points (3 points) 1. Describe the growth of large cities i n the world between 1975 and 2000. Documents 1 and 2 (3 points) 2. In 2015, in w hich part of the world most major cities will they be? What are the consequences of urban growth did today on the southern cities (Document 2)? Paper 3 (2 point s) 3. Describe the photograph within the elements that characterize the spatial extension of a northern city like Las Vegas. Section Arguments - 10 points from information from documents and your own knowledge, write a paragraph argued some twenty lines showing urban growth in the world and its different effects in Nor th and South. Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 6 / 9 PART TWO: CIVIC EDUCATION (12 points) SUBJECT: THE INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY AND COOPERATION Document 1 - Solidarity, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) launched an inform ation campaign for access to drinking water Source: Based on the website www.votregouttedeau.org, 2009. Paper 2 - Review of the work of UNICEF, the UN agency in Pakistan in 2007 The re cent floods that struck southern Pakistan and affected some 2.5 million people, in addition to the terrible earthquake which had rocked the northern region in O ctober 2005 and whose consequences are still visible [visible]. Today, after two years of support to victims, UNICEF France follows the survivors back to their villages to organize, at best, their living conditions. Reacting immediately aft er the disaster, UNICEF France is first reached for emergency relief: reconstruc tion drive temporary tents for the sick and lightweight structures made of wood for surgery. Care, nutrition advice, through the promotion of good hygiene pract ices, or schooling, are part of long-term development, as advocated by UNICEF fo r 60 years. Thanks to you, in Pakistan, UNICEF France has: - 687,000 distributed warm clothes for children - spent 804,200 euros for the installation or restora tion of water and sanitation.

According to the website of UNICEF France, http://www.unicef.fr/ Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 7 / 9 Document 3 - United Nations Charter of 26 June 1945 Article 1: The UN goals are: 1. Maintaining peace and international security. (...) 2. Develop between natio ns on friendly terms. (...) 3. To achieve international cooperation in solving i nternational problems of an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character , and encouraging respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all with out distinction as to race, sex, language or religion. QUESTIONS - 4 points Curr ently 1 and 2 (2 points) 1. What difficulties the people assisted by UNICEF and the NGO Solidarity sontelles face? 2. From these two documents, how can everyone participate in the action Humanitarian? (Two answers expected) Paper 2 (1 point) 3. Give an example of a form of emergency action and an example of a form of long-term action of UNICEF. Documents 1, 2 and 3 (1 point) 4. What purpose of the UN Charter, the actions of these two organizations represent? Section Argum ents - 8 points By relying on evidence provided by documents and samples of your choice, write a paragraph argued a dozen lines showing how exercised solidarity and international cooperation to help people in difficulty . Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 8 / 9 RENDERING WITH THE COPY OF REVIEW PART THREE: HISTORICAL LANDMARKS AND SPACE (6 points) Question 1 - HISTORY (3 po ints) Describe the start and end times for each of the following periods: Start Date The Second Empire The War of Algeria The personal reign of Louis XIV Questi on 2 - GEOGRAPHY (1 point) Name the mountain ranges on the world map designated by the letters A and B: - A: ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... - B: ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... Question 3 - GEOGRAPHY (2 points) End Date Name: - The Desert designated by the letter C ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... The ocean designated b y the letter D: ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... The dense forest designated by the letter E: ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..

The country designated by the letter F: .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... F B C E D A Code review: 9DNBCH1 National Diploma Certificate College Series Subject S 2009 - 9 / 9 -