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L’enseignement de la civilisation du monde anglophone en cours d’anglais dans le second degré en Polynésie française : pratiques enseignantes et tensions

Abstract : What prominence is given to the teaching of anglophone civilization in English courses, within French Polynesian secondary education schools? Why and how should one include the study of the English-speaking countries of the Pacific region? This article gives an account of an exploratory research carried out mainly in 2020. The study rests on the analysis of classroom observation reports, the conduct of a focus-group, the elaboration of a teacher survey as well as interviews. Its starting point is the analysis of the data collected and divided into five themes: the goals of the teaching of the foreign language; the characteristics of the culture taught; the study of the English-speaking countries of the Pacific region; the obstacles one faces; teacher models, teacher representations, and the knowledge teachers have of this region. The analysis of the results tends to shed light on a wide gap between actual practices and teachers’ wishes. After having analyzed the results, we offer suggestions for future research.
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Guilène Révauger. L’enseignement de la civilisation du monde anglophone en cours d’anglais dans le second degré en Polynésie française : pratiques enseignantes et tensions. Contextes et Didactiques, Université des Antilles/ESPE, 2021, ⟨10.4000/ced.2948⟩. ⟨hal-03511101⟩

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