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Motivation et autorégulation dans l'apprentissage des langues étrangères : contribution à la réflexion sur le rôle du tutorat dans un dispositif d'autoformation partielle

Abstract : Today, it seems to be pedagogically quite obvious that when one discusses classroom-based group tutorial sessions, these are usually associated with successful university learning. In Portugal as in many other European countries, universities have been invited to propose innovative models where classroom -based group tutorial sessions play an important role. However, it seems that certain important questions have not been raised. The purpose of this research is to contribute to the debate on implementing classroom-based group tutorial sessions as a pedagogic organization that highlights successful learning. Learner autonomy is an aim of university education but also a means .The study considers classroom-based group tutorial sessions as a key part in the set up, of learner autonomy through the pedagogical organization of self-study with ongoing institutional support. In this study, there is a proposal to insert in a pedagogic organization, that teaches French in a Portuguese university, a model of classroom-based group tutorial sessions based on the advice of self-directed learning in foreign languages elaborated by CRAPEL (Holec, 1990, Gremmo, 1995). The study confirms that it is possible to implement this model that has been developed within permanent training and in the context of institutional higher education training. Moreover, the study focuses on certain motivation dimensions in learning, considering that classroom-based group tutorial sessions enable teaching staff to better take into account students' motivation for a better management of self-regulated learning and starting from the view that motivation is a condition for students' self regulation. The thesis consists of four parts. In the first part, the researcher explains that it is possible to think of classroom-based group tutorial sessions as being able to promote students' learner autonomy and how this conception of classroom-based group tutorial sessions enter the referred pedagogical organization. The second part provides a state of the art research on motivation and its importance compared with self-regulated learning. The research question is posed in the third part, as well as the methodological analysis of the implementation of classroom -based group tutorial sessions. Reflection is based on data collection and its analysis. The analysis of discourse took place during the classroom-based group tutorial sessions. The fourth part deals with the analysis. Conclusions rest on the visible effects of the application of the tested classroom-based group tutorial model.
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Catherine Simonot. Motivation et autorégulation dans l'apprentissage des langues étrangères : contribution à la réflexion sur le rôle du tutorat dans un dispositif d'autoformation partielle. Education. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0072⟩. ⟨tel-01749189⟩

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