Effets de l’étayage du locuteur natif en situation de communication exolingue sur l’apprentissage de la L2 en télécollaboration asynchrone et multimodale

Abstract : The digital age allows the development of numerous practices in the field of foreign language teaching by setting up pedagogical devices that integrate technological tools, such as telecollaboration projects. By placing their practices in the research fields of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), telecollaboration projects allow, through digital communication tools, to connect learners with speakers from around the world. These projects aim to confront learners to authentic communication situations by working together to achieve a common goal and thus to develop language skills in the target language. Therefore, this study will describe an asynchronous and multimodal telecollaboration project, established between a class of English learners in a French middle School (Lorraine, France) and a class of French learners of an Alliance Française (Glasgow, Scotland). We will observe the dynamics involved in the collaboration in exolingual situation, enhanced by digital tools and how these dynamics impact the development of participants' language skills.
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Mélissa Bassor. Effets de l’étayage du locuteur natif en situation de communication exolingue sur l’apprentissage de la L2 en télécollaboration asynchrone et multimodale. Linguistique. 2018. ⟨hal-02317736⟩

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