the high school students insult the author of the text that had to be commented on, the reactions are extreme

June 16, 2022 the anticipated French test was held, which concerned first year students in the general sector. The text commentary concerned a text Sylvie Germain (born in 1954), angry daysSongs, “The Brothers”, 1989. Set in an indeterminate past, Sylvie Germain’s novel angry days takes place in the forests of Morvan and presents the nine sons of Ephra├»m Mauperthuis and Reinette-la-Grasse. The exercise thus consisted, for the high school students, of commenting on this text starting from several major axes relating to the forest (and by extension to nature), such as for example the relationship of man to nature, the superiority of nature over man, or even symbiosis between men and the forest.

As you knowthere are no “right” answers for a text commentary, as long as the student manages to interrogate the text. Only problem: the text of Sylvie Germain rather aroused the anger of high school students, many of whom, in their own words, did not understand it in its entirety. And on social networks, the insults have fused. Here are some examples, collected from Twitter only :

1)

on the other hand Sylvie Germain will fuck you with your shitty texts

June 16, 2022

2)

I’m going to catch Sylvie Germain I’m coming #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/NfaUvxGLAw

June 16, 2022

3)

Fuck your race Sylvie Germain for wanting to make us spit refs to Tarzan #bacdefrancais

June 16, 2022

4)

sylvie germain how does it feel to have fucked our files?? nah but because tarzan and company it was funny two seconds but that’s too much #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/3k3aY7jA8e

June 16, 2022

5)

Sylvie Germain if you see this tweet, know that you’re inflated huh, fool go. #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/f68X1YftXq

June 16, 2022

6)

Good my reufs, I have a message to pass to Sylvie Germain (the author of the book for the commentary of the French baccalaureate), your text is finite, no sense, goal, apart from 9 naked buffoons in the forest who live in a shitty house I didn’t understand anything, the essay was cool.

June 16, 2022

7)

Sylvie Germain I’m going to fuck you, your fat mother, you’re part of WHAT MOVEMENT big, I’m going to screw up, whose grandma is that?? who are you wsh???? #bacdefrancais

June 16, 2022

8)

Sylvie Germain, she wrote her shitty novel there #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/ZnVvQSKvqy

June 16, 2022

9)

Baudelaire and Sylvie Germain if I catch you two there #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/cWtzPtyIZm

June 16, 2022

10)

Sylvie Germain when she wrote that fucking shitty story #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/JdmXzX1Q9m

June 16, 2022

11)

A little “pot pourri” of what was posted as a comment on the instagram of #SylvieGermain. It should be noted in passing that given the language level, if some fail their baccalaureate, it will not be only because they did not understand the text, huh… pic.twitter.com/aNNEUcrGXb

June 17, 2022

12)

Me if I find Sylvie Germain because because of her I missed the writing of the French baccalaureate #bacfrancais2022 #bacdefrancais pic.twitter.com/dk33fD2bSw

June 16, 2022

As you can see with this non-exhaustive list of just a few tweets, Sylvie Germain suffered real harassment the last days on social networks. Many Internet users, including teachers, have tried to stem this wave of hatred:

My afternoon occupation: reporting tweets from neuneu students who insult and threaten #SylvieGermain because they haven’t done anything all year. They are violent. And no questioning about their chronic lack of work, huh!

June 17, 2022

#sylviegermain
I am appalled to see the reaction of the students… They show inadmissible violence against this author (who, moreover, is in no way responsible for their lack of culture).
It would be more prudent not to choose any more living author for the EAF.

June 17, 2022

The high school students who go wild on #sylviegermain are they really the adults and voters of tomorrow?
Because we already have enough uneducated and low-spirited assholes and assholes in this world.

June 18, 2022

And if you want to know what the students thought of their subject of philosophy (it was a little more benevolent), you can consult our previous article on the subject.

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