In recent years, there has been a notable emergence of publications devoted to multilingual writing in the context of university-level writing workshops or, in the school context, on activities to encourage writing following the exploration of hybrid children's books. The exploratory approach presented here involves advanced-level students of French at an Australian university. The analysis focuses on autobiographical texts written after reading works on the theme of exile. It reveals the multifaceted nature of the students' writing as well as the potential afforded by the inclusion of multilingual iconotextual material intended to stimulate writing.
|Translated title of the contribution||Reading hybrid literary texts as a stimulus to writing in L2: Student recourse to the image and "languages in reserve"|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
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- Children's books
- Literary and aesthetic experience
- Multilingual writing