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Les albums documentaires sur les peintres : un exemple d’interdisciplinarité au cycle 3 de l’école primaire

Abstract : The article first focuses on the documentary albums on painters published in children’s literature and, in a second part, on an interdisciplinary sequence in a CM2 class based on these albums. It first presents an analysis of three double pages devoted to La danse, a painting by H. Matisse, taken from three different youth albums, and deals with the layout of these three documents and the three dimensions of the texts associated with the reproduction of the painting: the informative, interpretive and subjective dimensions, which can be read in those texts. It then deals with the interdisciplinary sequence, carried out with a double objective on the part of the teacher: the understanding of the support (objective linked to proficiency in reading) and the awareness of works of art. After reading the double pages devoted to this picture according to a protocol mentioned in the article, pupils of the observed CM2 class were invited to create their own double page for the Web site of the school. The article shows how they reinvest the dimensions of the albums in their own writing and realization, in the layout of their proposals but also in their texts, even though they have not been the subject of a specific work
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Anne Leclaire-Halté, Luc Maisonneuve. Les albums documentaires sur les peintres : un exemple d’interdisciplinarité au cycle 3 de l’école primaire. Pratiques : linguistique, littérature, didactique, 2017, 175-176, pp.[En ligne]. ⟨10.4000/pratiques.3611⟩. ⟨hal-01684152⟩



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