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Les caractéristiques phonétiques et prosodiques de l'anglais : des outils pour exercer son autorité ?

Abstract : Does teaching inevitably imply shouting? What sort of emotion does my voice convey to pupils? What kind of voice will be able to make them listen? Is harshness the only way to establish authority in class? Do I need to speak French to be listened to and understood? Every foreign language teacher may one day be considering these issues when confronted to an inattentive class. Implemented to the English class context in a French-speaking country, this research aims at examining how teachers could involve the control of their voice in their effort to gain pupils’ attention and understanding. What if you could take advantage of English phonetics and prosody to establish your authority?
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Emma Tabourel. Les caractéristiques phonétiques et prosodiques de l'anglais : des outils pour exercer son autorité ?. Education. 2014. ⟨dumas-01221476⟩

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