Reflexions sur la place de l’interculturel dans l’enseignement du FLE a travers l’etude du cas de diplômes Chinois en Immersion en France

Yun DENG

Abstract


The present text permits of studying by qualitative inquiry the process of adapting to the linguistic and socio-cultural environment of a group of Chinese students during their immersion in France. With the method of analysis of cases, the goal of this research is to discover the gains and obstacles experienced by these students in intercultural communication as well as the reasoning behind, in order to stimulate the reflections on intercultural education in the FLE in China.


Keywords


Immersion; Gains; Obstacles; Linguistique and sociocultural competences

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