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Du jeu libre au jeu structuré à l'école maternelle : la place de l'enseignant(e)

Abstract : Games in preschools have always been a cause of concems and have raised pedagogical issues. A lot of education specialists and researchers have been studying the stakes, advantages and consequences of games on the learning process. Our current study aims at observing and analysing the differences existing between two groups of children aged between 4 and 5 years in preschools ("moyenne section") when it comes to language learning and the role played by games in this field. We shall see that teachers have an important role to play in this domain in so far as their presence when toddlers play influences the learning process. One shall demonstrate that not only does it lead to differences in the skills acquired by pupils but also to differences in their behaviour. The conclusions drawn will emerge thanks to the analysis of some classes which have been videotaped and through the analysis of pupils' language assessments. This study shall highlight the fact that pupils get better when they play, and get even better when they play on their own, under the kind supervision of teachers.
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Céline Menassanch-Mas Lamour. Du jeu libre au jeu structuré à l'école maternelle : la place de l'enseignant(e). Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-03108577⟩



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