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Regards croisés sur l'impact des politiques linguistiques éducatives : le cas de la certification en langues pour les enseignants

Abstract : This research examines government policy concerning the foreign language certification of primary school teachers, its evolution and the reactions of the actors within the education system to this evolution. The corpus used was a series of interviews conducted with system actors involved in teacher training. Extracts from a series of texts presenting both government decisions and reactions to them were shown to a panel of interviewees all directly involved in putting government linguistic policy into practice on the ground in teacher training institutions. The research identifies the principal themes involved in the debate, as well as reactions to these themes. We suggest ways of identifying the manner in which the positions which the actors take up in relation to linguistic education policy and professional qualifications are constructed through discourse.
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Marie-Christine Deyrich, Kari Stunell. Regards croisés sur l'impact des politiques linguistiques éducatives : le cas de la certification en langues pour les enseignants. Travaux & documents, Université de La Réunion, Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines, 2014, Mutations en contexte dans la didactique des langues : Le cas de l’approche plurilingue et pluriculturelle et la perspective actionnelle, pp.163--172. ⟨hal-02267888⟩

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