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Se raconter des histoires ? - Daniel Coste

Pour quelqu’un qui a été témoin et à l’occasion participant d’un certain nombre d’épisodes qui ont, au cours de ces cinquante dernières années, eu une place dans « l’histoire des idées didactologiques en didactique des langues », il est tentant de revenir sur ces épisodes et de tenter de les réfléchir (les infléchir ?) dans les perspectives que tracent les axes proposés par l’argumentaire du colloque. Il s’agira donc d’un travail de témoignage réflexif ou, si on joue sur les mots, d’un retour sur investissement personnel.Non par auto-centration mais par souci de relire selon un point de vue particulier quelques ...
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“within the consciousness of living men”: Charting conceptions of French learning in England since 1945 and how disciplinary epistemologies have shaped its historiography - Simon Coffey

In this paper I first present a brief overview of the development of French as a discipline of study in England since the post-war period, in particular how French has been conceived for and by different groups of students. Then, in the second part of the paper, I consider how the historiography of French language and teaching has reflected different epistemological concerns. During the initial post-war period, the study of modern languages remained highly differentiated across school types. While some introductory languages courses were offered for ...
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Cold War Cosmopolitanism and Theorization of “Culture” and of the “Native Speaker” in Foreign Language Education in the United States from 1945-1970 - Robert J. Fouser

In this paper, I will explore the relationship between Cold War cosmopolitanism and theorization of the role of culture and of the “native speaker” in foreign language education from 1945 to 1970. The term “Cold War cosmopolitanism” comes from the research by Klein (2003, 2020) on cultural exchanges between the US and Asian countries during the immediate postwar period. Klein argued that to exert its influence in Asia amid competition with the Soviet Union, the US government promoted cultural exchange, both overtly and covertly, between the US and Asia to strengthen its ...
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The influence of the zeitgeist on the development of cultural learning in foreign language teaching in Germany from 1945 to the present. - Jennifer Meier

Since the 19th century researchers have been investigating the question whether we need to learn about culture in the foreign language classroom or not (e.g., Volkmann 2010: 1), and it now seems clear that language and culture cannot be thought of separately. A glance at German curricula is enough to see that the German classroom today combines foreign language learning with intercultural competence (e.g., KMK 2012: 12; ISB 2021) and has now further developed a global perspective. But where does this “cultural insight” come from, and to what extent is it linked to ...
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Language Education and Gender Studies: Focus on Italy, 1975 – 2015 - Polina Shvanyukova

In this contribution I shall explore the link between language teaching and the topical research area of Gender Studies (cf. Sunderland 1994, Pavlenko et al. 2001, Decke-Cornill and Volkmann 2007, Linke 2012) in the Italian context. I will do so by focusing on the activities of two well-established Italian associations, Lingua e Nuova Didattica (Lend, https://www.lend.it/eu/2016-01-12-11-13-15/chi-siamo) and Gruppi di Intervento nel Campo dell’Educazione Linguistica (GISCEL, https://giscel.it/), both founded in the 1970s with the aim of bringing together language teaching professionals. By examining a range of publications on the topic of gender and ...
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Virages méthodologiques en didactique du FLE, entre tensions, points de ruptures et filiations - LAURENS Véronique

L’histoire des courants méthodologiques en didactique des langues étrangères (DLE) court le double risque de la réification et de la simplification. D’une part, le besoin de constructions de repères clairs pour cerner les caractéristiques des méthodes, courants et approches peut conduire à une forme de figement des connaissances par périodes calendaires. D’autre part, l’effet du temps peut amener à porter un regard trop « lisse » sur les périodes passées d’influences de tel courant ou de telle approche. Cette simplification contribue à gommer les discussions et les débats souvent vifs qui ont eu ...
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