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La littérature de jeunesse en classe de langue

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Christèle Maizonniaux

Annexe 9 – L’album, représentations en fin de semestre

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A1 A rather sophisticated, well presented graphic novel.
A2 The way pictures can genuinely enhance the reading.
Experience is something I appreciate and associate with the expression “picture book”.
A3 Again, surprisingly the pictures made a big difference. It was interesting to discover the pictures and understand their significance. Again, I would previously dis[miss] a picturebook but now I appreciate how rich it can be an ideas and sentiments.
A4 Now I think of a deeper story line and succinct writing style that covers deep themes with a minimum of words, and thoughtful pictures. However, I now realise that pictures do not make a picturebook.
A5 “PB” evokes a book with at least as many pictures as words.
Le Petit Chaperon vert was definitely a picture book, so was Le chandail de hockey, but Pochée wasn’t really. Reine was one.
A6 A picturebook still evokes:
– comics [bande dessinée]
– short stories.
A7 Childish in English more advanced literature in French.
A8 Easy books like Le chandail de hockey...

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