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Les langues au coeur de l'éducation: Principes, pratiques, propositions

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Author: Catherine Seewald/17 September 2013/Categories: External publication

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This reference book affirms principles, provides guidance, and identifies practices that justify and illustrate a stronger connection of all teaching subjects on the basis of linguistic dimensions that all have in common. It examines the current situation, inventories plural educational resources, addresses issues relating to the organisation of curricula and teacher training, and highlights the relationship and possible convergences between the main language of schooling, regional languages​​, foreign languages ​​and languages of migration.

The book refers to many works of the Council of Europe and the European Centre for Modern Languages ​​(ECML) in this area. All ECML publications mentioned in the book can be downloaded for free at www.ecml.at/publications (registration required).

Book abstract on the website of the publishing house - EME Editions (French)

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Twenty members of the Association for the development of bi-/plurilingual education (ADEB) participated in the production of this book under direction of Daniel Coste:

  • Authors: Nathalie Auger, Marisa Cavalli, Mariella Causa, Jean Duverger, Pierre Escudé, Cecile Goi, Emmanuelle Huver, Sofia Stratilaki, Sylvie Wharton.
  • With contributions from: Fleurette Barranco, Marie-Madeleine Bertucci, Véronique Castelloti, Gille Forlot, Pierre Janin, Martine Kervran, Patricia Lambert, Diana-Lee Simon, Claire Tardieu.
  • Afterword: Jean-Claude Beacco.
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