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ENQUETE SUR LA METALANGUE DANS L’ENSEIGNEMENT / APPRENTISSAGE DU FLE/S A DES ELEVES NON FRANCOPHONES SCOLARISES EN FRANCE

Abstract : It turns out that the study of metalanguage in classes of French as a Foreign or Second language relates to the intersection of two disciplines (linguistics and didactics) which are in constant interaction. We needed to determine how and when metalanguage occurs in classes of French as a Foreign or Second language. What are its main characteristics ? What do we learn on the metalinguistic vocabulary ? To do this, we analysed a corpus obtained from observations in reception classes for students newly arrived in France. We present first the basic data in order to understand the context, the approach adopted and then the conclusions of this research. The second part of our work focuses on the metalinguistic discourse of teachers and students. In the third part, we review the metalinguistic vocabulary or vocabulary in a metalinguistic usage and put forward a classification. The idea which emerges from the second part onwards is confirmed : there is a switching backwards and forwards between specialised lexical items, associated with linguistics, and the words of everyday speech. The boundary is porous, according to how particular terms are used.
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Angélique Masset-Martin. ENQUETE SUR LA METALANGUE DANS L’ENSEIGNEMENT / APPRENTISSAGE DU FLE/S A DES ELEVES NON FRANCOPHONES SCOLARISES EN FRANCE. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université de Picardie Jules Verne, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-03021900⟩

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