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Corps et voix : enseignement de la prosodie en FLE à partir d'une perspective multimodale

Abstract : This research focuses on prosody teaching in French as a foreign language, taking into account the founding principles of multimodal language theory (Colletta, 2004), which purpose is to study the relationship between language and body. The aim of this work is to understand prosody’s learning process, its didactic implications and the importance of this domain in oral language teaching. In order to do this, we analyzed the influence of a workshop based on a global perspective of multimodal approach within a group of spanish speakers that learn french. The research method used in this work was the Action Research approach, which lead us to an interaction with the individuals during the application of the workshop. The results of the analysis are presented in terms of a triangulation of data based on a set of three instruments used for data collection: participant observation, semi-structured interviews and an acoustic analysis of participant’s voices.
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Andrés Mauricio Cáceres Sepúlveda. Corps et voix : enseignement de la prosodie en FLE à partir d'une perspective multimodale. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2019. ⟨dumas-02281589⟩



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