Le FLS, un domaine didactique en émergence en relation avec la politique d'accueil des flux migratoires

Brigitte Lepez 1, 2 Marie-Pascale Hamez 1, 2 Sophie Bigot de Préameneu
2 Théodile-CIREL
CIREL - Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Education de Lille (CIREL) - EA 4354 : EA1764
Abstract : Many official instructions and curricular publications deal with the allophone children as secondary school pupils throughout the history of applied linguistics in French as a foreign language and as a second language. Indeed, these documents bear witness to the evolution of the representation of this peculiar learner and of his/ her special needs in resources and teaching tools in order for him/her to acquire linguistic and cultural skills to communicate both in life and at school. That is the reason why French as a second language is a specific and complex field in applied linguistics. Since the XIXth century, it has also gradually evolved in step with – or versus – French as a foreign language and French as a native tongue. This article mainly questions the official discourse which defines the French as a second language research field and its articulation with French as a foreign language, French as a native tongue and school standards
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Brigitte Lepez, Marie-Pascale Hamez, Sophie Bigot de Préameneu. Le FLS, un domaine didactique en émergence en relation avec la politique d'accueil des flux migratoires. Spirale, Lille: Association de pédagogie et de didactique de l'Ecole normale de Lille [1989]-, 2008, pp.123-137. 〈http://www.persee.fr/doc/spira_0994-3722_2008_num_42_1_1213〉. 〈hal-01664498〉

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