This paper proposes a reflection on what might be called the “global orientation” of French programs in Denmark. Several official reports and academic studies have emphasized the need of a clearer transition between the different educational levels involved with the teaching of foreign languages, but the recommendations more often deal with language acquisition and communicative competence than with course content. Through the examination of the presence of the “Francophonie” in official documents relating to the elementary school, high school and university training of future teachers for the upper secondary school, the article shows that the vision and the place of this “global orientation” vary considerably according to the each level of the educational system.
|Journal||Synergies Pays Scandinaves|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|