Séquences d'explication lexicale dans l'enseignement du français par visioconférence : une approche multimodale

Abstract : This thesis aims to study videoconferenced pedagogical interaction between seven future teachers of French who are undergoing professional development at the University of Lyon and twelve learners of French who are enrolled in a business school at Dublin City University. From naturally occurring interaction, we have constructed an audiovisual corpus comprised of twenty-eight sessions and fifteen and a half hours of interaction. Through an inductive approach, and relying on methods developed in the field of conversation analysis, we have identified 295 lexical explanation sequences. We have analyzed them using a multimodal approach which adopts a holistic view of communication and takes into consideration the entire palette of semiotic resources used without automatically prioritizing spoken language. Our multimodal analyses show the ways in which the teacher trainees use the resources at their disposal to focus on the form and meaning of lexical items as well as how they involve their learners in the explanation sequences. Our corpus also allows us to conduct an interindividual comparison due to the fact that several teacher trainees, having received the same instructions and being put in similar situations, explain the same lexical items.
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Benjamin Thomas Holt. Séquences d'explication lexicale dans l'enseignement du français par visioconférence : une approche multimodale. Linguistique. Université de Lyon, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018LYSE2066⟩. ⟨tel-01976827⟩



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