Learning from the elderly Argumentation type bac

Polynésie, 2015, LV1

"… it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen." Discuss.

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."

Quelle expression permet de souligner le fait que les aînés sont un modèle à suivre ?

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."

Quel terme anglais permet de traduire le verbe "surmonter" ?

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."

Quelle expression met en avant le fait que les aînés n'ont pas réponse à tout ?

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."

Quelle expression fait référence aux "maisons de retraite" pour personnes âgées ?

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."

Quelle expression traduit l'idée que l'on ne prend plus le temps de quoi que ce soit ?

News 25 June 2013 / Care Home Celebrates Betty – Mrs Zig Zag

The Carer http://thecareruk.com/care-home-celebrates-betty-mrs-zig-zag/

The extraordinary life story of a local care home resident who was the wife of one of the UK's most notorious double agents for more than 50 years was celebrated this week.
Tithe Farm in Stoke Poges held a book launch garden party in honour of 96-year-old, Mrs Betty Chapman, whose life has been captured by History Press in a new book called Mrs Zig Zag.
The book follows the life and times of Betty who was married to Eddie Chapman. It has been written by American author Dr Ronald Bonewitz in close consultation with Betty and her family.
Eddie Chapman was Agent ZIGZAG, one of the most important British double agents of the Second World War. Some of his missions are described as the "the most remarkable deception operations of the Second World War'"
Home manager, Bernie Goldrick, said: "Betty's life makes incredible reading and we are really proud of how she has told her story. She is an amazing lady and we are honoured that she has made Tithe Farm her home since 2011. It has been a pleasure to welcome the author, Ron, to the home on many occasions as part of his research and now it is a delight for us to hold the official launch in her honour."
"Listening to the stories of the elderly in our care is one of the privileges of our job. Betty's story of course is remarkable but it is amazing how much one can learn from the elderly if one takes the time out to listen."