Text topic: Art Pedagogy - Actual Questions
Text author: Бојана Новаковић
Studying French language as part of a standard curriculum of fine arts undergraduate studies can be considered a special form of foreign language teaching, which is also known as FSP (French for Specific Purposes). The FSP in this context refers to а language course designed for students aimed at preparing them for those situations that typically would arise in a professional and a higher education context in fine arts. Implementation of such a program requires a number of preparatory didactical steps, namely: needs analysis, data collection and development of didactic materials. Bearing in mind the lack of specialized French language textbooks for fine arts students, a teacher of French language has to analyze target situations and in line with the set communication, lexical, grammatical and intercultural learning targets and create didactic materials on his/her own. The goal of this form of teaching is to integrate fine arts content with French language learning by the selection of special didactical materials and methods.