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Article du Mélanges 1984

ENSEIGNEMENT INDIVIDUEL VS. ENSEIGNEMENT DE MASSE

BILLANT, Jacqueline / FADE, Pascale


Is it possible to provide individual attention to the learner in institutional settings where there are large numbers of students ? In this report, a team of teachers working at the University of Nancy II describe how they transformed a traditional university teaching course in reading comprehension, in which placement tests were used to establish large groups which met for two hours once a week, into a partly self-directed system where students work independently for three weeks at a time, with counselling sessions in small groups every fourth week. The development and organisation of this new system is outlined and its advantages and disadvantages for both learners and teachers discussed and evaluated : the selection, presentation and use of materials will form the subject of a later article.


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ENSEIGNEMENT INDIVIDUEL VS. ENSEIGNEMENT DE MASSE


2005-05-31 14:14:55

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