La télésimulation Écho : un outil pour apprendre à interagir à l'oral ?

Abstract : This work focuses on simulations and role plays via web-based videoconferencing developed in complement to the french learning method Écho (2013, Clé International) as part of the educative project DramaFLE. These "videosimulations" aim at developing learners' interaction skills, by allowing them to perform simulated communicative tasks with a distant native French speaker, called "cyberacteur". To prepare these videosimulations, a methodological choice has been made to provide upstream learning activities and materials that would help the interactants to contextualize the simulated speech event and guide them in the implementation of interactional patterns in french. The analysis of verbal interactions allows identifying procedures used by the native speakers that could encourage the learners to engage in verbal exchanges and participate activily in the discursive co-construction. The analysis reveals furthermore different cooperation and negociation of meaning strategies mobilized by the learners during the videosimulations.
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Christelle Barbera. La télésimulation Écho : un outil pour apprendre à interagir à l'oral ?. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2015. ⟨dumas-01963501⟩



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