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Master Thesis

Le développement de la compréhension orale par live-listening en laboratoire de langues

Abstract : This study aims to explore the impact of live-listening and the use of advanced teaching technologies in the language laboratory to strengthen the oral skills of learners of French as a second language. We performed a survey based an empirical study was conducted by using a questionnaire. Our target audience for the survey was instructors who are specifically engaged to instruct the debutants (A1-A2) at CUEF, University of Grenoble Alpes. This innovative live-listening involves an on-the-spot recording of a live act of communication as a pedagogical resource, which is unique as compared to the traditional practice of listening involving a pre-recorded track. The findings of the study demonstrate the potential of the live-listening approach, thus, validating our hypothesis that the approach helps not only in developing oral comprehension skills but also communicative competencies.
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Azhar Ilyas Butt. Le développement de la compréhension orale par live-listening en laboratoire de langues. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2021. ⟨dumas-03292100⟩



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