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L'UPE2A à Mayotte : entre inclusion et exclusion

Abstract : Mayotte is a French overseas department where the education follows the same curriculum as in mainland France. Yet French is not the native language of the pupils there because Mayotte is part of the Comoros Archipelago where the native language is shimaore. The teaching unit for incoming allophones pupils fits in that special linguistic context to enrol these pupils.
This work intends to study:
- The different direct or indirect discriminatory practices resulting from the particularities of the teaching unit which impact the success of the allophones pupil inclusion.
- The necessity of mainstreaming the inclusive strategies and not restrain them only to this unit so the exclusion could disappear to the benefit of inclusion because in the end almost all the pupils in Mayotte are allophones.
Currently teaching and managing one of these teaching units for allophones pupils, I have been observing my own unit and ordinary classes but also interviewing members of the Academic Centre for the enrolment of incoming allophones pupils and finally teachers of the school I am working in. These investigations give me the occasion to study the inclusion and exclusion dynamics of this special teaching unit.
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Fany Bergerin. L'UPE2A à Mayotte : entre inclusion et exclusion. Linguistique. 2020. ⟨dumas-03219728⟩

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