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Journée NeQ 2018-Montpellier.pdf

Journée internationale organisée par l’Association des Chercheurs et Enseignants Didacticiens des Langues Etrangères (Acedle) & l’équipe Parole et Discours : Fonctionnement/dysfonctionnement et appropriation (Praxiling), UMR 5267 : CNRS et Univ ersité Paul - Valéry Montpellier


Vendredi 26 janvier 2018

Université Paul - Valéry Montpellier 3

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CDST approach to SLA: de Bot, Lowie & Verspoor 2007

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Journée NeQ in Paris today

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4676944/NeQ2016-Affiche.pdf

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Association des Chercheurs et Enseignants Didacticiens des Langues Étrangères: journée NEQ à Nancy

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La Journée NeQ (Notions en Questions) de l’Acedle de déroule le 13 novembre 2013 à Nancy et s’inscrit cette année en ouverture du Colloque International 2013 Cultures de recherche en linguistique appliquée, initié par l’Association Française de Linguistique Appliquée (AFLA) et des associations de chercheurs (voir http://atilf.fr/crela2013).

 

La Journée NeQ interroge une notion et ses relations avec la didactique des langues, domaine des sciences du langage, à la croisée de sciences connexes. Cette fois-ci, il s’agit de la notion de corpus. Cette journée sera plus particulièrement consacrée à la description des périmètres des
corpus, à leurs usages dans la sphère didactique en particulier, ainsi qu’aux implications méthodologiques et scientifiques qui y sont associées.

 

Cette Journée d’étude s’organise autour de l’intervention d’un chercheur spécialiste du domaine à laquelle un autre chercheur réagit, suivie d’une discussion avec le public. Les contributions seront publiées dans un numéro spécial de la revue Recherches en didactique des langues et cultures : les
Cahiers de l’Acedle (http://acedle.org).

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Journée d'études le 13 novembre.  Adhérer à l'association (http://acedle.org/spip.php?article3337), partenaire du colloque http://www.atilf.fr/crela2013/.

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Journée NeQ novembre 2013 : Les corpus

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La Journée NeQ (Notions en Questions), organisée par l'Acedle, interroge une notion et ses relations avec la didactique des langues, domaine des sciences du langage, à la croisée de sciences connexes. Cette fois-ci, il s’agit de la notion de corpus. Cette journée sera plus particulièrement consacrée à la description des périmètres des corpus, à leurs usages dans la sphère didactique en particulier, ainsi qu’aux implications méthodologiques et scientifiques qui y sont associées.

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13 novembre 2013, à l'université de Lorraine

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Complex systems & applied linguistics: Larsen-Freeman & Cameron, 2008 (review)

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Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics by Diane Larsen-Freeman and Lynne Cameron. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, 287 pp. Review by Brian Ellis University of California, Los Angeles In their book Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics, Diane Larsen- Freeman and Lynne Cameron argue that language is a complex adaptive system. As they describe, complex adaptive systems of all types share several features in common. They are made up of aggregates of diverse elements or agents that interact locally and which may form interconnected subsystems. They are dynamic, in a constant state of change. Their processes are non-linear, sensitive to initial condi- tions, controlled from the bottom up, and abide by a predictable unpredictability (sometimes referred to as chaos). They are open, not closed systems, which means their complexity is sustained far from equilibrium by input (of energy or informa- tion) into that system. They adapt in response to changes in their environment. Finally, this environment or context is not separate from the system but part of it. In all of these ways, language is a complex adaptive system, but this book goes a great deal beyond simply making that point. First, the authors develop complex- ity theory as a metaphor for language. They then address each of the main topics of research in applied linguistics through the lens of this metaphor. Along the way, they exemplify the practical use of the complexity metaphor by re-analyzing empirical data from past research. The first three chapters review complexity theory and form a road map for applying complexity theory as a metaphor in language research. The remaining chapters then put this framework to use by reinterpreting data from research in all the core areas of applied linguistics - language acquisition, second language learn- ing, language testing and foreign language instruction. Furthermore, the authors do a tremendous job relating complexity theory to numerous other fields of research, from formal linguistics to conversation analysis, synthesizing their own coherent view in the process. Without presenting themselves as overtly critical of alternative perspectives, the authors strongly favor a discourse-centered approach that utilizes complexity theory to better understand and model language dynamics. Chapter 1 introduces the reader to a complexity perspective. The main idea is that the world is not composed of ‘things’ but of perceived stabilities that emerge from complex system dynamics. From this perspective, language is an open, con- tinually evolving complex system. Chapter 2 summarizes the defining characteristics of complex systems, while chapter 3 identifies types and trajectories of change that occur in them (covering such oddities as strange attractors). For language scholars unfamiliar with but interested in learning more about complexity theory, this book Issues in Applied Linguistics © 2008, Regents of the University of California ISSN 1050-4273 Vol. 16 No. 2, 197-198
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Cited by Daniel Véronique in response to Lowie's presentation on CDST - pedagogical implications

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Emergentisme : journée Acedle Notions en Questions, Paris 15 janvier

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Journée d'études la semaine prochaine

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Learner corpora around the world

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UCL - Learner corpora around the world
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Cité par Sylvie De Cock à la journée NeQ, Nancy 13 novembre

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