L'Approche Par Competences Dans L'Enseignement Des Langues

Publisher: Didier

ISBN: 9782278058105

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Author: Jean-Claude Beacco
Binding: PAPERBACK
ISBN-10:  227805810X
ISBN-13: 9782278058105
Language:  FRENCH
Pages:
 308
Publisher: Didier
Publishing Date: 11-07-2007
Subtitle: BOOK
Subject: FRENCH

This work proposes to describe, in an operational way, methodological approaches to organize the teaching of languages ​​by specific skills, a perspective adopted de facto with the CEFR.

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(CEFR), an instrument for organizing these courses now essential, is not intended to propose a new methodology. But the place given to interaction, reception and written / oral production in its descriptors brings the skills-based approach back to the fore, a teaching strategy which is at the heart of the communicative approach.
This short treatise on methodology for the use of the younger generations therefore takes up the question from the beginning: definition of teaching methodology and other strategic terms (chap. 1) and characterization of the ordinary globalist methodology (chap. 2).
The central reflection is devoted to the determination of the components of the competence to communicate linguistically (with the discursive component mobilizing the types of discourse), which are the basis of the competency-based approach [chap. 3 to 5) and whose founding principle is that, if the knowledge of a language can be analyzed in distinct discursive skills, then their teaching depends on distinct processes. From this theoretical point of view, are then described in a very precise way the guiding elements of the teaching of oral interaction (chap. 6) and of the production / reception of texts (chap. 7 and 8). The articulation of competences is analyzed in the final chapter, because it is this which governs the structure of concrete teaching units and their variability according to educational cultures.
Because this work is not a manifesto for a new universalist "orthodidaxis": it is driven by the sole concern of broadening, if necessary, the methodological repertoire of teachers.