|dc.description.abstract||Thanks to the joint supervision with the University of Caen and the experience of teaching Italian as a foreign language at the University for Foreigners of Perugia , it was possible to achieve a very original thesis that combines theory and practice of teaching.
This is an educational tour of the Italian language , advanced level , which combines experimentally the literary text with the photo to involve learners in a linguistic and cultural reflection.
After a stint in theoretical comprehensive review , which addresses the different uses of the image in the teaching of language and the relationship between photography and the literary text used for teaching the Italian language , research presents examples of educational activities and created ad hoc as well as a compilation of the results of the experiment in class.
The thesis consists of three parts: the first is devoted to the use of images in general, and how they were used for the teaching of French and Italian in recent decades , and the second concerns relationship between photography and literary narrative . The third part , from a theoretical point of view, the practical ways in which literary texts and images may be used in the teaching of current Italian . In this final section , we present the results of the experimental teaching at the University for Foreigners of Perugia .
The first part "Different use of the image in language teaching " an update on the role of photography in education. It begins with the distinction between illustration and photography by showing that for a long time both were misclassified as interchangeable , with the main role pedagogical support. to understand when and how the image ( illustration or photograph ) came in education, our research different courses veins methodological who recognized in the image in the photograph and a support learning in the teaching of french and Italian language. Specifically , we analyzed the case of the teaching of french and Italian L2 to compare their characteristics , their differences and their similarities... [edited by author]||en_US