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TOUS URBAINS. ENSEIGNER AUTREMENT LA GÉOGRAPHIE URBAINE AVEC L’ALBUM POUR ENFANTS À L’ÉCOLE ÉLÉMENTAIRE

Abstract : Authors of picture books do not invent space; they question it and they tell it. Like in real life, Rotraut S. Berner’s characters cross what George Perec calls « lapses of space ». Whether rural or urban, whether nearby or distant, the space represented by Rotraut S. Berner allows her to build her relationship to the world. Drawing these different spaces seems to be an important element in this German designer’s work. In this paper, we will question the image of the city that the series Books of Seasons by Rotraut S. Berner proposes. But more than a simple analysis of the landscapes drawn by the designer, we will study the illocutionary scope of theses images. Thanks to a study conducted in a CM2 class in France, located in the out-of-town area of Tours, we will demonstrate that students who turn from readers to authors of picture books can modify their first representations of the city and build geographical concepts.
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Christophe Meunier. TOUS URBAINS. ENSEIGNER AUTREMENT LA GÉOGRAPHIE URBAINE AVEC L’ALBUM POUR ENFANTS À L’ÉCOLE ÉLÉMENTAIRE. Revue de recherches en littératie médiatique multimodale, Groupe de Recherche en Littératie Médiatique Multimodale, 2018, 7, ⟨10.7202/1048359ar⟩. ⟨halshs-03291895⟩

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