This document summarizes the seven logics currently available for the didactic treatment of documents in the language classroom: literary, document, support, mediation, documentation, social, plural. In addition to the description of these seven "document logics", it proposes the following elements: (1) a first table illustrating the relationship between the document logic and the methodological matrices; (2) a second table illustrating the role that complex pedagogical projects can play, that of integrator of all these documentary logics; (3) finally, a bibliography giving the references of the source articles of this document, as well as other articles presenting concrete examples of the application of these different logics, including a "User's Guide" proposing a plurimethodological approach to video sketches.
Following this document, there is an exercise applying this model, with its answer key. In this exercise, the aim is (1) to identify the logics implemented in the activities proposed in several textbooks, and (2) to distinguish the social logic from the literary and document logics, with, in the case of the latter, the functions solicited in the learners: readers, authors, actors or agents. The answer keys follow it is not compulsory to look at them before doing the exercise...
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