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FRACOV: Didactisation du français vernaculaire

Impulsé par l’Institut de Linguistique de France (ILF, FR2393 du CNRS), soutenu
par la Délégation générale à la langue française et aux langues de France (DGLFLF),
le projet Français Contemporain Vernaculaire (FRACOV) propose
la constitution d’une plateforme collaborative de descriptions grammaticales
rendant compte de l’organisation de la variété vernaculaire du français.
Il est piloté par Pierre Larrivée (Caen) et Florence Lefeuvre (Paris 3).
La pratique non préparée non surveillée du français est la première apprise par tous
les locuteurs et la plus largement partagée. Elle reste mal comprise par rapport au
français normé. La grammaire du français vernaculaire demande une meilleure
description, que se propose de fournir ce projet

http://www.univ-paris3...

13/10/2017 Language Show et lancement de la plateforme IFprofsUK

A l’occasion du Language Show (salon des langues), qui se tiendra à Londres les vendredi 13, samedi 14 et dimanche 15 octobre 2017, la plateforme IFprofsUk sera présentée au public.

Language show

WHERE
Language Show is held at the Business Design Centre (BDC) in London:
52 Upper St
London
N1 OQH
 

OPENING TIMES
Fri 13th October 10.00 –  18.00
Sat 14 October 10.00 – 18.00
Sun 15 October 10.00 – 16.00

Conférence 3/07/2017: Multilingual language policies in Europe

Rejoignez le réseau social mondial de l’éducation en français: IFprofs

Qu’est-ce qu’IFprofs?

Rejoignez IFprofs en vous inscrivant sur votre SITE-PAYS

https://www.ifprofs.org/

 

Call for paper: Autonomy in language learning

AUTONOMY IN LANGUAGE LEARNING: experiences, actors, resources

Bolzano Multilingual Centre and Merano Multimedia Language Centre

A seminar organised by the Office for Bilingualism and Foreign Languages at the Department for Italian Culture of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano

1-2 December 2017

Call for papers

The seminar aims at reflecting uponapproaches to autonomouslanguage learning in the 21st century society and upon the function of self-access language learning centres in promoting the process and culture of language learning.

Prompted by the many years of experience of two self-access centres financed by the Autonomous Province of Bolzano, the Bolzano Multilingual Centre and Merano Multimedia Language Centre, as well as other public and university self-access centres in Italy and E...

Call for paper: Language Learning and Teaching Conference: Developing Speaking Skills 15th September 2017

Language Learning and Teaching Conference:  Developing Speaking Skills

15th September 2017

The University of Leeds

Call for Papers

The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers and language teachers working in Higher Education in the UK and internationally to discuss the nature and challenges currently faced in the field of language learning and teaching.  This conference intends to:

•       Push forward the under-researched field of speaking skills by showcasing original research and innovative practice.

•       Support a closer integration of language learning theory and pedagogical practice.

•       Bridge the gap between MFL, EFL and EAP and provide a forum for all practitioners to develop collaborative projects, across language education regardless o...

Call for paper/Appel à communication AFLS

http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/afls-2017/call-for-papers/

FRENCH ACROSS GEOGRAPHICAL, SOCIAL, AND HISTORICAL SPACES

Deadline for the submission of proposals : February 28, 2017 included.

Notification of acceptance/rejection : by May 1, 2017.

Deadline for confirming participation at the conference in case of acceptance : June 1, 2017.

The annual conference of the Association of French Language Studies (AFLS) will take place at Glendon College, York University, Toronto, August 8-10, 2017.

The theme for AFLS 2017 is French Across Geographical, Social, and Historical Spaces. We welcome papers that touch on the subject of diversity in French as a first or second language across geographical, social, and historical spaces...

Call for paper: Language Endangerment: Language Contact and Language Change

The Seventh Cambridge Conference on Language Endangerment

http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/news/seventh-cambridge-conference-language-endangerment

Venue

Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT

Organisers

Mari Jones (Department of French/ Peterhouse, University of Cambridge) mcj11@cam.ac.uk

Damien Mooney (Department of French, University of Bristol) damien.mooney@bristol.ac.uk

Call for Papers

Languages become endangered when their speakers are in contact with other speech varieties which are often considered to carry greater social prestige. These interactions commonly lead to some change in how one or more of the languages are spoken...