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Être et paraître : le professeur de langue est-il lui-même lorsqu'il enseigne une langue et une culture étrangères ?

Abstract : Everyone should remember a teacher putting himself on a performance to teach his knowledge. We all have in minds a teacher who was acting like an actor does. What if the limit between those two professions was not so obvious? Is a teacher an actor ? Future teachers built, through training and several experiences, their own professional identity ; we can wonder : what are the impacts of our personal identity on our professional identity? Can they both be on the same page ? Does the teacher, like the actor, create his own character ? Language teachers, use and overuse, sometimes, role plays in order to be or pretend to be someone else, to speak another language and understand another culture. Is the language teacher himself when he is teaching a foreign language and culture?
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Marion Blanchet. Être et paraître : le professeur de langue est-il lui-même lorsqu'il enseigne une langue et une culture étrangères ?. Education. 2013. ⟨dumas-00968207⟩

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