La difficile émergence d’une cohérence en didactique des langues par l’éclectisme théorique et la multiplicité de conflits d’interprétation

Abstract : Finding out a precise coherence in second language acquisition research is not easy when facing so many contradictory theoretical fields. Psychological theories based on conditioning and form were referred to before cognitive psychology appeared. But cognitivism did not completely eliminate previous theories. They all influenced learning theories, behaviorism, nativism, environmentalism, interactionism and the heuristic approach. Linguistic theories also changed. Structuralism, linguistics and speech, cognitivism, enunciation still all play an important role in second language acquisition. More conflicts can be found in concepts like the age factor, psychoanalysis, the phoneme concept and learning. It seems necessary to transcend these theoretical data and to accept to integrate new fields to achieve more coherence. The result is a delicate mixture of contradictory but necessarily complementary approaches.
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Yvon Rolland. La difficile émergence d’une cohérence en didactique des langues par l’éclectisme théorique et la multiplicité de conflits d’interprétation. ASp - La revue du GERAS, revue.org (en ligne) / Bordeaux : GERAS (imprimé), 2004, pp.127-144. ⟨10.4000/asp.912⟩. ⟨hal-02055617⟩

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