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2019 Edition
Creative writing and literature

The CUEF offers training for teachers with the aims of writing in FLE classrooms. Collective and playful project, creative writing develops the creativity of your students and is for you a teaching tool that links oral and written production in the classroom.

For a week, we offer an overview of the practice of "ROC", its presentation to its appropriation, and its use in everyday life and in the French class.
This training allows teachers to diversify their pedagogy through the realization of a literary project in French as a foreign language. Actional approach, student autonomy, emulation in the classroom, the benefits are multiple to engage in creative and participatory writing.

Module 1
Roman Oral Collectif en classe de langue – 16h
By Pascal BIRAS, Enseignant et auteur FLE

How to federate a class around a literary project? How to work the written through speaking? How to motivate a group to practice the language in a demanding and creative way? How to work on specific linguistic objectives, respectful of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages while giving our students the opportunity to access the pleasure of artistic creation?
These are the questions that the “Roman Oral Collectif” module provides concrete answers through a class project framework template, task studies, animation and design techniques and production activity ideas. The module will alternate group activities, large group exchanges, reflection and production phases.

Module 2
Du texte a l'image : littérature et cinéma en classe de FLE - 4h
By Roger Bastrios, PR-AG Lettres Modernes CUEF / Université Via Domitia Perpignan

This module proposes a general methodology inspired by this communicative potential and develops an approach based on the learners' reactivity and interaction facing real-time, open, moving and modular messages in opposition to a linear and fixed conception of the document.
Literature and cinema occupy a large place in all FLE teaching practices because they share this faculty of appealing to the learner's imagination and emotions. The contemporary or classical literary text confronted with its cinematographic adaptation allows a global approach of major knowledge through an aesthetic-cultural dimension (history, society, economy, ideological and artistic currents) while developing an understanding of multiple linguistic and communication facts (implicit, context, nuances of tone and mood, connotation, humorous effects, idiomatic uses).
From Laclos to Beigbeder via Amélie Nothomb, Yasmina Reza, Pierre Lemaitre or Marguerite Duras, the cinema offers a lively and updated reading of stories to discover or rediscover, reading that opens on a large body of communication situations (social, professional, personal life) presented in various forms (conversation, monologue, voice-over, speech), in plural language registers and production conditions close to reality (background noise, voice effects, fast flow ...). This module will therefore aim to deepen this interaction between texts and images through pedagogical approaches that give movement and life to learning French.

Dates and prices
  • From Sunday 7 to Saturday 13 July 2019 - 20 hours of training
  • 400 €


Erasmus support
Funding may be available from your home country’s Erasmus+ agency. Simply provide University of Perpignan’s PIC code : 998225546
and then return the funding application form to us to be signed.

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Date of update April 10, 2019