Apprendre à respecter la parole de l’autre par la littérature de jeunesse et les échanges structurés, en petite section

Abstract : Listen to and respect the word of another in small section of nursery school are not innate behaviors. However, these are attitudes needed to acquire, in order not to endanger the proper functioning of the class and learning. Through many readings around researches conducted on the development of the child, on the place and the role of children'sliterature at school and on the interest of using the literary debates at school, an experiment could be implemented. The objective of the study was to know in which way the study of children"s literature albums leads to the respect of the word of the other. We postulated that the staging of characters, associated with the debate around of an album will allow the pupils to listen to and to respect the word of the other. The work showed that this learning is not obvious for all the pupils and that the expected results must be measured in time. However, a notable result in the application of speaking rules has been noted to this day.
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Jessica Moyemont. Apprendre à respecter la parole de l’autre par la littérature de jeunesse et les échanges structurés, en petite section. Education. 2016. ⟨dumas-01428871⟩

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