De la culture aux langues: Essai sociolinguistique

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Geneviève Geron et Jean-Marc Defays — Présentation du dossier.
Aphrodite Maravelaki — Petite histoire de l’enseignement du français comme langue étrangère et seconde.
Françoise Berdal-Masuy — Pour une professionnalisation de la compétence émotionnelle en classe de langue.
Christian Noyon — Quelques compétences communicatives langagières mobilisées pendant les interactions écrites en ligne en classe de FLE.
Raymond Gevaert — De l’influence de la France et du français.
Jean-Marie Klinkenberg — Accueillir l’autre. Quatre pistes pour les politiques linguistiques.
Joanna Jereczek-Lipińska — Les stratégies de construction du sens en didactique du français langue étrangère dans la perspective d’études linguistiques sur le sens et la signification.
Jacqueline Pairon (avec la coll. de Françoise Berdal-Masuy) — Des messages entre les lignes. Quelle place accorder à l’implicite et à l’émotionnel dans la force de conviction et/ou de persuasion ? Quelques apports des neurosciences et des arts de la scène.
Abdellah Hammouti — Traces culturelles et interculturelles dans le texte littéraire maghrébin d’expression française.
Pierre Yerlès — Une espérance pour notre temps : Le foisonnement de l’interculturel et de l’interreligieux Chine – Occident (aire francophone).
Alain Braun — Immersion et ouverture à l’altérité.
Jean-Marc Defays — Le don et la malédiction des langues. De l’origine et de la diversité des langues dans La Bible (et d’autres cosmogonies).
René Nouailhat — Fait religieux, laïcité et enseignement. Allocutions prononcées lors de la séance d’hommage du 11 décembre 2013.
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Primento
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Published on
Mar 13, 2015
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Pages
203
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ISBN
9782806611352
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Language
French
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Genres
Education / Essays
Foreign Language Study / General
Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / Sociolinguistics
Language Arts & Disciplines / Reference
Language Arts & Disciplines / Study & Teaching
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À la découverte des traditions et de la culture de l'Ukraine.

Kiev, Odessa, Sébastopol : ces villes d’Histoire et de culture parlent à notre imaginaire. Elles sont en Ukraine. Aux portes de l’Asie, mais très ancrées en Europe centrale. Comment en serait-il autrement en ayant des frontières avec la Pologne, la Russie, la Roumanie, la Moldavie, la Slovaquie, la Hongrie, le Belarus ? Au contact du monde méditerranéen par sa façade sur la Mer Noire, l’Ukraine reconstruit son identité et lutte depuis des siècles pour son indépendance et sa liberté. Les nouvelles réunies ici, qui fourmillent de références à la vaste culture ukrainienne depuis Nicolas Gogol et Taras Chevtchenko, témoignent de la diversité de ce grand pays européen et d’une véritable renaissance littéraire.

Laissez-vous emporter dans un formidable voyage grâce aux nouvelles ukrainiennes de la collection Miniatures !

À PROPOS DES ÉDITIONS

Créées en 1999, les éditions Magellan & Cie souhaitent donner la parole aux écrivains-voyageurs de toutes les époques.

Marco Polo, Christophe Colomb, Pierre Loti ou Gérard de Nerval, explorateurs pour les uns, auteurs romantiques pour les autres, dévoilent des terres lointaines et moins lointaines. Des confins de l’Amérique latine à la Chine en passant par la Turquie, les quatre coins du monde connu sont explorés.

À ces voix des siècles passés s’associent des auteurs contemporains, maliens, libanais ou corses, et les coups de crayon de carnettistes résolument modernes et audacieux qui expriment et interrogent l’altérité.

EXTRAIT

Du point de vue d’un brin d’herbe, le meilleur commence au printemps et s’achève à l’automne, juste avant les premières neiges.
Dans le village de Lipovka, non loin de Kiev, le soir tombait quand le vent se leva. Il arriva à point nommé, car on avait allumé des feux dans presque chaque cour. Les paysans y jetaient, comme dans une chaudière, les feuilles mortes déjà sèches, les branches taillées du jardin et toutes sortes de déchets susceptibles de se transformer en fumée et en un petit tas de cendres. Le vent mêlait la fumée de tous les feux en une brume vespérale qu’il emportait finalement vers ce qui était, encore aujourd’hui, le champ du kolkhoze, juste derrière le potager de Baba Olia.
Massage therapy can be a benefit for those that experience injuries. It can even help prevent future injuries from afflicting you. Massage Therapy has been around for more than 2,500 years. It was considered as a form of natural healing by the Eastern Indians, Egyptians, Greeks, Japanese, Chinese and Romans. This was before history was recorded.
During the mid 1800s, the Western region started using massage techniques. At that time, the methods used were from the Swedish people. After the advance of Western medicine, massage therapy wasn’t used as much.
However, in the 1970s, it peaked once again, in particular for those that were in the sports massage industry. Nowadays, more people are seeking treatments for their ailments that are not dependent on drugs or surgery. Because of this, more massage therapists are in demand now more than ever.
Having a career as a massage therapist is very up and coming. It is being marketed as a career that can pay you a nice amount per hour. Being a massage therapist can allow you to be flexible in the hours you want and how many clients you want to have.
Massage therapy is steadily in demand in the United States and other parts of the world. It is becoming one of the most sought out wellness treatments. Some people are using massage therapy in lieu of other medicines. However, massage therapy should be treated as a supplement, not a replacement for quality medical care.
Having a massage can help to reduce stress in your body, relieve tension in your muscles and helps to reduce pain in your body. More people are taking this opportunity to indulge in a massage because they’re working longer hours and some just need to get some relief from the everyday cares that consume them.
Massage therapy involves the working of muscles, tissue, ligaments and joint areas of your body. It can help to give relief to soft tissue that makes your body uncomfortable. It is also used when a person has overworked their muscles or experiencing chronic pain in their body. Because of this, more massage therapists are needed in the wellness industry.
Being a skinny guy is challenging enough in a world where everyone else is at a “normal” weight, but when more than half of the people in this country are overweight it’s downright tough. Everywhere you look there are weight loss products, on TV, magazines, billboards and in every store you shop in. Fat free, low-fat, low carb...this stuff is everywhere, taunting you. The message all around you is “lose weight, lose weight”, but that’s the last thing you want to do. Most products that are designed to help people achieve their ideal body are created for people who need to lose fat and they just won’t work for you. You want to have a body like the one you see in those commercials, but somehow it seems out of reach for you.
Another downside to being a skinny guy in a fat world is that nobody understands you. It would be totally inappropriate to call an overweight person “fatty” and poke fun at them and you could probably get fired from your job if you did that at work. But, people have no problem calling you “slim” or “bony” or poking fun at you for being skinny. The name calling and joking around at your expense may be just as demeaning and hurtful, but it isn’t politically incorrect because people think that being skinny is preferable to being fat, I suppose. But, come on, not for a guy! Guys are supposed to be strong, muscular and confident, not skinny and weak. Even though it is supposedly preferable to be skinny, you can tell that even the chubby guys get more respect than you do.
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