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Les questions (scientifiques) socialement vives : développer des capacités d’argumentation chez les élèves grâce aux jeux de rôles

Abstract : This dissertation, produced as part of the Master 2 MEEF SVT, focuses on the choices of methods of debate used in class to develop students' argumentation skills on socially, lively scientific questions. Socially vibrant issues are issues that are debated in many spheres of our society (legal, moral, scientific, ...) and therefore deserve to be argued in class so it can be put into practice for citizenship. In an attempt to determine what might be the added value of using the role play rather than the debate, or the opposite, it was proposed to several classes to discuss the topic of vaccination according to one or the other modalities. The comparison of videographic transcriptions obtained makes it possible to highlight specific peculiarities of the debate and the role play and to propose elements of answer to the following research question: What could be the advantage of using the role play rather than the classic debate with students to argue about socially, lively scientific questions?
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Lucile Otekpo, Coraline Caillon. Les questions (scientifiques) socialement vives : développer des capacités d’argumentation chez les élèves grâce aux jeux de rôles. Education. 2018. ⟨dumas-01843045⟩

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