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Nouvelles ressources pour le FLE à partir des études en interaction

Abstract : To facilitate the teaching of spoken French in class, the CLAPI-FLE platform gives access to some forty video and audio extracts of naturally occurring interactions. They are based on everyday situations and recorded in various private or professional contexts: dinner talks with friends or family, business meetings, medical consultations, purchases in small shops, guided tours, games, invitations and phone calls, etc. In addition to these extracts, which are described, transcribed and presented with pedagogical guidelines, the interactionists of the ICAR laboratory, in collaboration with a network of didactician partners, designed new thematic resources. They are based on their research and aim to match the needs of language teachers (Ravazzolo et al. 2015, Thomas et al. 2016, Alberdi et al. 2018). This article will develop our methodological approach and analyze how these resources can be used in classes according to different teaching purposes for French and French linguistic learnings. It will also shed light on the learners’ experience and perspective.
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Elisa Ravazzolo, Carole Etienne. Nouvelles ressources pour le FLE à partir des études en interaction. Linx, Presses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2020, Enseigner et interagir en langue étrangère : réflexions linguistiques et didactiques. ⟨halshs-02533751⟩



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