Motivations à apprendre et à enseigner le Français Langue Etrangère : étude de cas auprès d’enseignants et futurs enseignants

Abstract : This contribution is based on the study of non-native in-service and pre-service teachers of French as foreign language (FFL) motivations, representations and attitudes toward French. Our research is conducted during the academic year 2015/2016. Participants are students (Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France) in the field of language teaching of Bachelors or Masters Degree on one hand, and in-service FFL teachers enrolled in a Masters Degree on the other hand. Twenty-one students and teachers completed a survey about attitudes and orientations in learning and teaching. Qualitative and (mostly) quantitative data were collected. Results reveal that motivation towards FFL learning and teaching is connected to a strong appreciation for French and its cultural value, as well as to positive evaluations of prior FFL learning experiences and FFL teachers. Factors that influence the participants for teaching FFL are also intrinsic career value, social contribution, and perception of teaching abilities.
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Christine Rodrigues Blanchard. Motivations à apprendre et à enseigner le Français Langue Etrangère : étude de cas auprès d’enseignants et futurs enseignants. Le Langage et l'Homme, EME éditions / L'Harmattan, 2016, Apprendre ou enseigner le français, un choix du cœur et de la raison. ⟨edutice-01475661⟩

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