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Robert J. Fouser - Cold War Cosmopolitanism and Theorization of “Culture” and of the “Native Speaker” in Foreign Language Education in the United States from 1945-1970

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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Jennifer Meier - The influence of the zeitgeist on the development of cultural learning in foreign language teaching in Germany from 1945 to the present.

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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Polina Shvanyukova - Language Education and Gender Studies: Focus on Italy, 1975 – 2015

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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Marie-Madeleine Bertucci - Propositions pour une étude de la mise en perspective critique de la notion de langue maternelle dans un ensemble de travaux de recherche en didactologie du français langue étrangère / français langue seconde de 1945 à 2015

... sera d’être d’une part « la langue nationale de la France », d’autre part d’être aussi « la langue maternelle » non seulement des Français, mais aussi des Canadiens français, des Belges wallons, des Suisses Romand, et enfin d’être également une langue...
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Alice Burrows et Clémentine Rubio - Vers une géopolitique des trajectoires enseignantes : circulation des personnes et des concepts

L’histoire de la circulation des enseignant.es et des étudiant.es est constitutive de la mise en place d’un champ du français langue étrangère (FLE) (Porcher, 1987). Les “stages de recyclage” du CREDIF et du BELC, démultipliés au sein du réseau par les missions de formation des chercheur.es en didactique, quadrillent les formats de la diffusion des concepts pour l’enseignement du français (Burrows, 2018). Dans ce cadre, les transferts conceptuels au sein du champ de l’enseignement du FLE se structurent à la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, sous l’effet des politiques diplomatiques, ...
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John DANIELS - Theories informing French language teaching in an English middle school; an autobiographical account.

This paper draws on the author’s experience as French language teacher and researcher in an English middle school from 1971-2007. Particular attention is given to the ‘revolutionary’ (Stern, 1983), audio-visual period with its promotion of a natural learning environment and immersion in the foreign language with the prohibition of English. A methodology that was itself a reaction to the formal language learning procedures associated with the traditional grammar translation process. The paper extends the author’s previous examination of language teaching over this period (Daniels, 2000; 2018; 2019) by looking specifically at the demands made on young pupils, introduced to a ...
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Nataliya Yatsenko - Peter Hagboldt en URSS, la réception soviétique des travaux du didacticien américain - Nataliya Yatsenko

La proposition de communication s’inscrit dans l’axe du colloque qui concerne l’histoire de la circulation des idées didactologiques entre différents pays, notamment, entre les États-Unis et l’Union Soviétique, pendant deux périodes : l’immédiat après-guerre (1945-1949) et le début des années 1960. Plus précisément, nous étudierons la réception et l’adaptation soviétiques d’un ouvrage du didacticien américain Peter Hagboldt (1886-1943), Language Learning, paru aux États-Unis en 1935. Bien qu’en URSS la circulation des références étrangères était souvent freinée, voire sanctionnée par les autorités communistes, les périodes étudiées voient une relative ouverture aux influences internationales : pour ...
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Nicola MCLELLAND - The relationship between institutions, advocacy, research, policymaking, and language learning in the UK since 1945

This paper will explore the relationship of advocacy, policy-making and practice to the practice of language teaching and learning in the UK since 1945, in particular regarding how languages are taught, who gets to learn which languages, to what level, and from what age. Key developments such as the establishment in the 1960s of the Centre for Information on Language Teaching and the Committee on Research and Development in Modern Languages will be covered, as well as the role of other advocacy bodies and institutions such as the British Academy and the Association for Language Learning. Theemergence of differences in ...
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