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Agir pour mieux parler et parler pour mieux agir : un exemple d'expérimentation en CLIS

Abstract : The present dissertation examines whether physical education practise is likely to improve the oral skills quality with pupils placed in an inclusive class ; and whether oral practise is likely to improve their motor behaviour. Based on a « body language » sequence, an experimental protocol has been designed for a group of seven pupils. This protocol aims to measure the impact of motor skills on syntax and vocabulary extension grounded on the pupils' records transcripts made before and after physical activity. It will also aims to assess verbalisation impact on the motor skills development through the use of an evaluation grid with and without verbalisation before physical activity. The experiment yielded evidence that all pupils developped their oral langage skills and their motor skills through the physical and artistic « body language » sequence even if the performances need to be qualified according to each pupils's profile.
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Élodie Fiault. Agir pour mieux parler et parler pour mieux agir : un exemple d'expérimentation en CLIS. Education. 2015. ⟨dumas-01208132⟩

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