Les effets des indices non-verbaux sur les activités de communication à distance. Deux études expérimentale sur le dialogue tutoriel

Abstract : We studied the effect of non-verbal cues on a video-mediated tutoring dialogue. Firstly, we presented theoretical underpinnings based on H.H. Clark's communication theory and we reviewed experimentations of the role of kinesic cues (facial expressions, body gestures) and ostensive-inferential cues (actions, deictic gestures). Next, we described the coding scheme we had used to analyze the tutoring dialogue during a procedural task and we presented two experimental studies: the aim of the first study was to evaluate the effects of kinetic cues on verbal dependant variables (the tutor's proactive behaviour, the tutor-student's mutual understanding and the intrinsic tutoring speech acts), performance (student's learning score) and subjective impressions (perceived quality of the dialogue). In the second study we evaluated the effects of ostensive-inferential cues on the same dependant variables. The outcomes of study 1 show that the tutor's behaviour is more proactive when kinesic cues are available, whereas study 2 shows that ostensive-inferential cues let the tutor and the student focus on intrinsic learning contents, improving mutual understanding and student's performance.
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Federico Tajariol. Les effets des indices non-verbaux sur les activités de communication à distance. Deux études expérimentale sur le dialogue tutoriel. domain_other. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2006. Français. 〈tel-00128077〉

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