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Conception multimodale : quelques orientations possibles (application à un vocabulaire étranger)

Abstract : This article reports findings on the effect of diverse modalities of multimedia presentation on foreign vocabulary learning. In the experience related here,
we have compared the efficiency of four modalities of presentation of computer learning equipment of foreign words : a conventional presentation (french and foreign words with sound-pronunciation), an illustrated conventional presentation (the same adding an illustration of the object corresponding to the word), an auditive presentation with an image (which creates a semantic link thanks to the
linkword technique -cf. ATKINSON & RAUGH- using sound and imagery), a textual presentation with an image (the same adding text and imagery). Different recall modalities were used (auditory, visual and audiovisual) to study the effect of encoding modalities according to the recall. Results show a signifiant advantage of the « image » presentation, wich confirms the hypothesis of the necessity of
integration in co-reference different media. The issue of choice and combination of different media should be further studied to help building a representation adapted to the purpose of learning.
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Michel Dubois, Isolde Vial, Thierry Bollon. Conception multimodale : quelques orientations possibles (application à un vocabulaire étranger). Quatrième colloque "Hypermédias et Apprentissages", Oct 1998, Poitiers, France. pp.217-229. ⟨edutice-00000503⟩



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