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Vers une didactique contextualisée du français langue d'intégration en Guadeloupe

Abstract : Teaching of french as a language for integration for haïtians migrants in Guadalupe. From linguistic insecurity to contextual pedagogic tools. Since 2011, the organization of linguistic education for foreigners has changed in France. Now, the FLI concept controls the integration of foreigners in the french society by a transmission of french language and republican values. Our paper is about the questions coming from the West Indies context, specifically in Guadeloupe, and it is looking at the educational matters closed to Haitians natives’ people. We are asking questions about the code switching phenomena and are trying to find, out of the blue, how some contextual specific experiments can help the students in being proud of their culture and in changing their vision of scholar and learning system. Feedback from those oral original sessions are aimed at offering solutions to establish a suitable teaching method named FLR. Key words: Standard Language and Variations, French language, self confidence, vernacular language, lingua franca, educational tools, contextualization didactics, educational remediation, reinsurance, diglossia.
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Frédéric Beaubrun. Vers une didactique contextualisée du français langue d'intégration en Guadeloupe. [Research Report] ESPE de l'académie de la Guadeloupe; Centre de formation FORE Guadeloupe. 2017. ⟨hal-01710457⟩



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