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Pratiques écraniques en situation de télécollaboration pour l'enseignement-apprentissage du FLE

Abstract : Grounded in foreign language pedagogy, this thesis is based on Cultura, a semester-long Franco-American project which connected 24 teacher trainees from the University of Lyon with 16 French learners from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In the context of this telecollaboration project, the forum discussions were enriched by three videoconferencing sessions on Google Hangouts. Based on these, our work focuses on screen-based practices, which refer to human-computer interactions in their entirety. Using dynamic screen recordings, we examine the participants’ technical autonomy during pedagogical conversation. Our study analyzes screen-based practices which—depending on the subject(s) and the situation—are embodied in autonomous or collaborative behaviors. Through transcription of the participants’ online navigation and pedagogical interactions, our methodological framework combines ecological, interactionist and multimodal approaches. Presented as video clips, the qualitative results initially show the collaborative behaviors of 3 pairs of teacher trainees facing a technical breakdown. Their technical autonomy is co-constructed both on and off the screen. In the following section, the study of 3 learners’ autonomous behavior reveals their communicative intentions as well as their search for information, illustrating new learning practices. Finally, our results offer teaching guidelines on the flexibility of videosynchronous environments and their effects on the pedagogical relationship with the learner.
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Morgane Domanchin. Pratiques écraniques en situation de télécollaboration pour l'enseignement-apprentissage du FLE. Linguistique. Université de Lyon, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020LYSE2045⟩. ⟨tel-03124387v2⟩



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