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La pratique théâtrale dans l'apprentissage des enjeux de domination

Abstract : My research deals about the practice of acting within a medieval history course. This work aims at understanding in which conditions the practice of acting could help a better understanding of domination issues in the medieval ages, particulary by using the method of the Theatre of the Oppressed and the pedagogy of the oppressed. My first hypothesis supposed that this practice would allow a deep exploration of the subject, in particular the moving nature of dominations and an easier learning of these. The results of the research show that the practice of acting brings more pedagogical benefits than didactics ones, the restitution of the knowledge by the student being influenced by written ressources more than by their acting experiences. Moreover, I showed how much the initial course plan depends on the profil of the class and the acting background of the teacher. I suggest some improvements to develop the didactic contributions of the course, mainly through an historical investigation process which provokes acting propositions.
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Kévin Scribot. La pratique théâtrale dans l'apprentissage des enjeux de domination. Education. 2019. ⟨dumas-02336018⟩



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