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Appropriation des compétences culturelles et linguistiques en langue étrangère : comment aider les apprenants à interpréter en communication interculturelle

Abstract : The article underlines the sociocultural interpretation in foreign language,which is an integral part of the communicative skill (competence), becausethe communication helps to discover the various conditions of the society.The process of education / learning of French, by arabic-speakers, dependson one hand, on linguistic components (the syntax and the phonology) andon the other hand, it depends also on pragmatic jobs of his mother tongue.It implies a sociolinguistic analysis of the way a native speaker uses hismother tongue in the social interaction.To help the learners to interpret oral or written message in foreignlanguage, they should be aware of the relationship between their language& their culture and also the foreign language and foreign culture. Thisstimulates many questions that contribute to the discovery of the people,and also cultivate to critical thinking for the learner and help him facing thesimilarities and differences between his culture and foreign culture to takethe distance between him and culture. This is what helped him to overcomethe obstacles which hinder interpretation the language and foreign cultureautomatically.
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Nadia Ali El Sayed Ibrahim Saïd, Agnès Salinas. Appropriation des compétences culturelles et linguistiques en langue étrangère : comment aider les apprenants à interpréter en communication interculturelle. Dialogos, Academia de Studii Economice, Bucharest, 2012, 13 (25), pp.95-129. ⟨hal-01943528⟩

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