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Article du Mélanges 1981

DISCOURS DIDACTIQUE SCIENTIFIQUE ET COMPETENCE DE COMMUNICATION

CABUT, Hélène / CARTON, Francis / DUDA, Richard / TROMPETTE, Charles


Arriving in Paris in July without a word of French, they want to follow courses in a French Engineering College (statistics, computer sciences, mathematics, mining techniques...) three months late. What to do during these three months is the question both learners and teachers try to answer. A group of CRAPEL teachers devised exercises based on discursive (linking words, modalisation...) analyses of video-recorded lectures. The exercises given to prospective student-engineers are designed to help learners determine the problems of didactic discourse and find solutions to them. Learners’ objectives include not only understanding lectures and reading handouts but also taking notes, asking questions during classes and writting reports. In addition to specific training in the four language skills, simulations have been organised reproducing situations the students will have to face : note down an exercise, take a text written on the blackboard, reproduce a plan from a slide and annotate it from the lecturer’s commentary, write down definitions, sum up reasoning processes, especially their logical sequences and structures.


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2005-05-31 10:57:54

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