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Mise en discours numérique sur Padlet, ethos tutoral multimodal et consigne animée : le cas de 10 séances de FLE en ligne gratuites pour captiver des apprenants non-captifs

Abstract : This brief focuses on teaching and learning French as a Foreign Language (FLE) online. This study deals with the construction of FLE courses through the free web platform, Padlet. These online sessions are based on the originality of the use of the free online padlet tool, known to be a collaborative platform. It is also interested in multimodal digital discourse. In teacher-tutor, the tutorial ethos, and also the exchanges between teacher and learners within a social group, which promotes the idea of the new genre: the animated instruction. The objective of this research is to try to find ways to captivate otherwise non-captive learners through the affordances of different digital tools, perceived by the teacher-tutor. This brief is based on different methods of analysis, through interviews, questionnaires, screenshots and various video data. It aims to provide research through digital discourse and multimodal analysis through content analysis. This case study is based on a group of learners from all over the world, another part of this group is made up of learners from the Institute. All participants were registered for 10 free online FLE sessions offered facilitated by the Institut Destination Langues of Marseille. It therefore treats two learning environments for online FLE: both homoglot and heteroglot environments.
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Noussaïba Azzout. Mise en discours numérique sur Padlet, ethos tutoral multimodal et consigne animée : le cas de 10 séances de FLE en ligne gratuites pour captiver des apprenants non-captifs. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2020. ⟨dumas-02984356⟩

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