Entre sémiologie et didactique, comment promouvoir l'apprenant-lecteur?

Abstract : These paper relies on an experiment of pedagogical hypermedia destinated to students in science. Our aim is to bring at the fore two semio-didactic problems set by the design of hypermedia dedicated to learning. At first, we try to point out the drawbacks of a « solely » semiological method and of a « solely » didactic method. Then, we propose a semio-didactic outlook and more precisely two ideas in order to conciliate semiological and didactic points of view. These are the following ideas : « écrivain-outil didactique » and « local-global didactique».
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Hugues Choplin, Arnaud Galisson, Sarah Lemarchand, Sarah Paulic. Entre sémiologie et didactique, comment promouvoir l'apprenant-lecteur?. Internet-Based Teaching and Learning 98, Sep 1998, Strasbourg, France. ⟨edutice-00000622⟩

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