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La voix de l'enseignant : théâtralisation et modulations

Abstract : This essay is based on teacher’s voice dramatization and modulations. This research’s main question consists in knowing how voice modulations and its dramatization constitute a help in students learning. By the analysis of a questionnaire given to thirty future primary school teachers, still studying in the last year of their training in Angers specialized school (ESPE), from December 2013 to February 2014, it could be possible to conclude that, parallel to voice specialists’ researches, a large part of the asking persons explains that a dulcet voice is a helping voice in learning whereas a shrill voice is a voice that could obstruct learning. Through the voice definition, and the ones of modulations and dramatization, but also the explanation of the research method and the results analysis, some voice representations will be confirmed whereas some others will be disconfirm or moreover will appear.
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Delphine Aillerie. La voix de l'enseignant : théâtralisation et modulations. Education. 2014. ⟨dumas-01137824⟩



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