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Master Thesis

Formations hybrides en langues : au-delà de l’alternance

Abstract : The objective of this thesis is to design an outline for the intensive implementation of a blended French as a foreign language (FLE) course, aimed at university students preparing the A1 level of the CEFR and based on an existing system in which there is little integration between the presential and distance modes of learning. In order to do this, firstly, and in light of the scientific literature, the characteristics of blended language learning courses were established, in addition to the structural linkages of the two modes. Following this, learning scenarios organized around a activity and a communicative task were designed, with a view to improve structural linkage. One of the situations was tested with learners, which allowed for identification of a number of problems. The evaluation of the new system made it possible to show that the learning scenarios ensured a better integration of the two modes and confirms the initial hypotheses, that they required a reorientation of the roles and functions of the tutor and that they favoured collaborative learning and distance interactions between learners.
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Fanny Vittet. Formations hybrides en langues : au-delà de l’alternance. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-01834688⟩



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