Écrire, restituer, transposer, devenir auteur : qu’est-ce qui est en jeu pour des collégiens ? Le cas particulier de l’écriture à partir de films

Abstract : This article focuses on a literary genre still little practiced at school, the novelization, which consists of writing a story from a movie. This task shares some characteristics with other transpositions, made from the same materiel - that is to say written text - or from a pictorial support. Indeed, any transposition forced the writer to make decisions as an author, and if the source and target are expressed by different semiotic resources, he has to solve narrative problems. To test these assumptions about the skills required by the novelization, an experiment was conducted with students who had to write a story from a film sequence. The results show that many students had difficulty to distance themselves from the description, but some clues are to be observed which indicate that some of them are beginning to behave as an author.
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Sylvie Plane, Sonia Castagnet-Caignec. Écrire, restituer, transposer, devenir auteur : qu’est-ce qui est en jeu pour des collégiens ? Le cas particulier de l’écriture à partir de films. Franck Neveu, Gabriel Bergounioux, Marie-Hélène Coté, Jena-Michel Fournier, Linda Hriba & Sophie Prévost. Congrès Mondial de Linguistique française - CMLF 2016, Volume 27 - 2016, 2016, 5e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française. ⟨hal-01861725⟩

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