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La communication non verbale de l’enseignant

Abstract : The aim of this dissertation is to make the teacher aware of the importance of nonverbal communication, which is unconscious and to enable him to know the impacts on pupils and his teaching. But, what is the impact of nonverbal communication on pupil-teacher interaction ? Nonverbal communication refers to any exchange that uses body langage such as gestures, the look, attitude and posture. The litterature review identified nonverbal communication as being as important as verbal communication in the educational relationship and especially in the establishment of teacher authority. This authority establishes, in turn, the climate that is present in the classroom. Pupil-teacher interaction also known as pedagogical interaction, refers to the communication (verbal and nonverbal) that pupils and teachers put in place to share information. These interactions have a single purpose according to Altet (1994) : the transmission of kwnowledge. So have nonverbal communication communication an effect on the classroom climate ? Does nonverbal communication affect the effectiveness of a learning session ? To validate or not these hypothesis, the study was carried out with two teachers of cycle 3 on two sessions. The results obtained validated both hypothesis.
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Candice Freslon. La communication non verbale de l’enseignant. Education. 2019. ⟨dumas-02400342⟩



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