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Ms.Chiraz Anane Assistant Professor Academic RankAssistant Professor

Specialization:

  • French language

Research Interests:

  • Language acquisition, Teaching / learning French as a foreign language

Contact

-2005, PhD, Linguistics, Paris 10 University - France. -1998, Master’s degree , Linguistics , Paris 10 University - France -1997, Bachelor’s degree, Linguistics Option : French as a Foreign Language, Paris 10 University - France -1996, Bachelor’s degree, French language and literature , Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Tunis - Tunisia
2014 – 2018 : Visiting faculty – Translation studies department – UAEU 2008 – 2013 : Assistant Professor - Higher Institute of Humanities of Tunis – Tunisia 2003 – 2008 : Lecturer - Higher Institute of Humanities of Tunis – Tunisia
Courses Taught - Syntax - Communication skills - Morphology - Introduction to linguistics - Introduction to semantics - Sociolinguistics - Psycholinguistics - Phonetic / phonology - Lexicology - French language – beginners / A1-A2 - French language – intermediate / B.1 - Listening and speaking – Beginners / A 1 - Reading and writing – Beginners / A 1 - French language and culture 1 – Beginners / A 1 - French language and culture 2 – A 1.2 - Advanced reading and writing - A 1.2 / A 2 - Advanced listening and speaking - A 1.2 / A 2
• ANANE C., CHEBIL S. (2013) "In support of teaching oral expression through theater text: case of the first-year undergraduate students in the French department." In: Teaching French as a foreign language through drama. (Didactique du français Langue étrangère par la pratique théâtrale). Université de Savoie. France. pp. 205-215. • ANANE C. (2007) "The teaching/learning of oral expression in Tunisian universities: a personal experience." In: The approach of oral expression in language teaching. (Approche de l’expression orale en didactique des langues). Proceedings of the SGAV-Tunis symposium, November 2005. pp. 187-200. • ANANE C. (2006) "Connectors as a mark of narrative coherence in oral stories of young Tunisian pupils in French and Tunisian Arabic." In F. CALAS ed.: Coherence and discourse. pp. 127-138. Paris, PUPS. • ANANE C. (2005) "A dialect of the Mediterranean: the Tunisian language. Analysis of the aspectual and temporal system." In T. Arnavielle ed.: Languages: stories and uses in the Mediterranean area. (Langues : histoires et usages dans l’aire méditerranéenne). Paris, l'Harmattan. pp.195-210. • A. ALLAL, Ch. ANANE, C. NOYAU, M. SENEMAUD (2002) "Construction of stories and connectors in structuring kids’ stories in Tunisian Arabic and French." LINX, 46, 2002.pp.133-151.
- Founder and Coordinator of the language resource center at the Higher Institute of Humanities of Tunis from 2008 to 2011. - Coordinator of various courses. - Member of many conferences organization's committees.
My teaching experience and philosophy have developed over my eighteen years of teaching French language and Literature to undergraduate students and by providing different French as a Foreign Language classes. I sincerely enjoy teaching and interacting with students as teaching is a great opportunity for exchange between learners and their teacher. In general, I vary the learning methodology and materials (videos media, audios, texts) to stimulate the interest of learners. Role play is an exercise that I enjoy because it allows me to work on different skills. Moreover, role playing games are a motor learning that allows greater involvement of the learner. He is transported through the game and so enjoys learning. In addition, this exercise is carried out in the framework of a collective effort that creates a spirit of cooperation and mutual assistance. Learners release and gain some self-confidence which can activate their acquisition process.
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