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Croquis et différenciation : des enjeux épistémologiques en classe de géographie

Abstract : The sketch is one of the principal exercise while studying geography. Various researchers have highlighted the features of the sketch, composed by a verbal language and a graphic language. In order to help the students in their quest of acquiring more geographic knowledge, the best way is to create different activities in which they will use their sketching skills. This is an important exercise, but also a complex one, which is why it is used as a final exam during the final exam of geography in secondary school. Indeed, having to create a sketch thanks to a text isn’t simple, and is perfectly suitable to set up the differentiation. After a diagnostic phase, the differentiation between the students was organized: by creating different groups, according to their needs, they had a few tools, that they could use to help them. However, this type of differentiation wasn’t really successful because they didn’t knew how to use the toolkit that they had, and weren’t helping each other. A formation for the teacher can be consider.
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Audrey Fumoleau. Croquis et différenciation : des enjeux épistémologiques en classe de géographie. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-02975253⟩



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