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, Association de pédagogie et de didactique de l'Ecole normale de Lille 2008, pp.123-137. ⟨http://www.persee.fr/doc/spira_0994-3722_2008_num_42_1_1213⟩. ⟨hal-01664498⟩

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