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Fluidité de l’oral : enseignement distanciel asynchrone en grand groupe à l’université en Chine

Abstract : Following the unexpected transition to fully distance teaching and learning at the university in China, in the context of the containment imposed by the COVID-19 epidemic, the institution has ensured educational continuity. The problem arose in particular for the remote speaking practice for the second year of licence in French major, thus in large groups. This analysis attempts to validate the effectiveness of asynchronous teaching by tasks. Recordings of reasoned monologues were sent by the learners to a collaborative working group and evaluated by the teacher using criteriaed evaluation grids. Analysis of the transcripts of the productions of six selected learners shows that fluidity has indeed improved, but the interpretation of the results calls this into question.
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Adrien Zettl. Fluidité de l’oral : enseignement distanciel asynchrone en grand groupe à l’université en Chine. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2020. ⟨dumas-03030616⟩

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