Aims

The aims for the students

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  1. Linguistic aims (language and communication — see the BO N°7 2007 Palier 2 )
    • Developing the ability to discriminate and recognise, have a global understanding of and memorise, oral and written language.
    • Learning to rely on your own linguistic repertory in the joint learning of two new languages.
    • Relying on the familiar characteristics of a style of text (repetition, lists, etc.).
    • Practicing speaking (oral production) and giving voice to text (correct pronunciation, playing with intonation, gestures).
    • Learning to write a creative text:
      • Awakening your imagination
      • Putting into action and building language skills
      • Knowing how to organise the different aspects of the text produced.
    • Students take an active approach to learning a foreign language.
    BO N°7 2007 Palier 2

  2. Emotional aims
    • Develop self-confidence, as well as confidence in others.
    • Form an opinion or take a standpoint in relation to yourself, others, and languages that help form connections between languages (an acquired language, a language spoken at home, the local language, etc.)
    • Work on empathy: developing the ability to put yourself in another’s place.

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