Didactics of French II - 2nd semester


a) To use and to exploit different approaches and methodologies in teaching a FL.
b) To develop the production and use of materials and the design of tasks aiming at a reflective and critical analysis, articulating theory and practice.
c) To consolidate the ability to build pedagogical materials appropriated to the heterogeneity of educational contexts.
d) To develop the use of digital technology to teaching and learning French FL.

General characterization





Responsible teacher

Christina Dechamps


Weekly - 1,5 letivas + 0,5 tutorial

Total - Available soon

Teaching language





BARBOT, M.-J. et alii (2009) : Dispositifs médiatisés en langues et accompagnement-tutorat. Villeneuve-d’Ascq, éd. Université Lille, 210 p.
BEACCO, J.C. (2007) : L’approche par compétences dans l’enseignement des langues. Paris, Didier, coll. « Langues et didactique », 307 p.
Conseil de l’Europe (2000) : Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les langues. Paris, Didier, 192 p. [ http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/Framework_fr.pdf ]
CUQ, J.P. et alii (2002) : Cours de didactique du français langue étrangère et seconde. Grenoble, PUG, 452 p. (2ª edição : 2005)
LIONS-OLIVIERI, M.-L. (2011) : L’approche actionnelle dans l’enseignement des langues. Paris, éd. Maison des Langues, 297 p.
OLLIVIER, C. et alii (2011) : Le web 2.0 en classe de langue. Paris, éd. Maison des Langues, 220 p.

Teaching method

The course will combine theoretical and practical sessions, including presentation, demonstration, practical activities, group discussion and reflection on the topics studied. Priority is given to the practical implementation of theory, interaction and active participation of the students, working individually and in groups, in particular in building digital teaching materials, available in an online platform.

Evaluation method

Students will carry out small individual assignments throughout the semester and will prepare a ICT project, i.e. an online platform with resources, activities and tasks that favour the LE acquisition.
Regular contribution during classes will be subject to assessment.

Subject matter

a) Critical reading of theoretical texts, in particular about task-based language teaching and use of digital technology to teaching-and-learning FL.
b) Critical analysis of examples of teaching practice.
c) Critical analysis of textbooks.
d) Criticla anlaysis of web applications for educational purposes (language teaching)
e) Principles of planning.