Pedagogical Files

In order to allow trainers to integrate the reading of ebooks into a pedagogical path, each ebook will be accompanied by its pedagogical file which will have as its objective:

  • to contextualize the work, (context, author, scope…)
  • explain the iconographic and possibly musical choices
  • to refer to the original works (and thus to participate in the enhancement of the European heritage)
  • to propose ways of exploiting the theme of the work, with associated content in particular.
The frog who wishes to be as big as the ox

The frog who wishes to be as big as the ox

Introduction Jean de La Fontaine is a major author of French literature, of which he is considered one of the greatest poets. Many of his fables are extremely well known in the French-speaking world. More widely, he is a prominent figure in European heritage. An...

Gulliver’s Travel

Gulliver’s Travel

Introduction Gulliver’s Travels is regarded as one of the most recognized classics of the English literature by Jonathan Swift. It was chosen as part of the BIBLIODOS project because it is said that the spectrum of the possible audience who can enjoy it starts from...

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice

Introduction “Pride and Prejudice” is one of the most famous works written by Jane Austen. She was one of the few female authors of her time and her writing reflected the customs, relationships, morale and altogether English middle-class lives of the early 19th...

Bel-Ami

Bel-Ami

Introduction Why was this work chosen? « Bel-Ami » is one of the most famous novels by Guy de Maupassant, a leading author of 19th century French literature. Published in 1885, this novel is a masterpiece of the so-called "realist" literary and artistic movement,...