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프랑스어 텍스트 읽기 능력향상을 위한 교수 방안 - DELF B1 의 독해시험을 중심으로
Pedagogical reflections on improving students' reading comprehension ability in French: analysis of reading comprehension part of DELF, level B1

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Authors
홍승현
Issue Date
2013
Publisher
서울대학교 외국어교육연구소
Citation
외국어교육연구, Vol.16, pp. 169-185
Keywords
reading competence“ordre du scriptural”“aire scripturale"discoursereading activitiestext
Abstract
In this article, we have examined the studies on the reading competence in the context of French as a foreign language. The goal of this study originated from the observation that the pedagogy in Korea focuses on the linguistic and sociocultural competences of learners. However, this teaching method would not adequately enable learners to read efficiently, nor to become autonomous readers in French. In order to better understand the reading competence, we have proposed to consider the text in which reading activities take place as a semiotic and linguistic object and as a discourse. We have adopted the "l'ordre du scriptural" and the "l'aire scripturale" according to the theory of J. Peytard. From this perspective, we have examined a text used in the reading comprehension part of DELF, level B1. Our study indicates that reading activity is the communication between the writer and the reader, and requires the reading competence, which the communicative competence of which all components also involved. Thus, we have proposed that it is necessary to teach reading in terms of characteristics of the text which concerns the "l'ordre du scriptural" according to M. Dabène.
ISSN
1229-5892
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/95878
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