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Méthodologie de la recherche didactique : nativisation, tâches et TIC

Abstract : Didactic research must enable researchers and practitioners to build up learning activities that are rooted in appropriate theories. We suggest a way of going from theory and research, to practical proposals. We start with some epistemological standpoints. We insist on the importance of nativisation (and consequently of denativisation), on the benefits of a task-based approach and on the potential of ICT (Information and Communication Technology). We choose two theoretical backgrounds: theories that explain L2 acquisistion and fundamental sciences that rely on empirical data (linguistics, neurosciences, cognitive psychology...). We stress the importance of mediation, awareness, and learner self-control. We give guidelines for an implementation and validation criteria. We suggest cycles alternating macro and micro tasks. We finally mention the potential of ICT, older generation ICT, which will be useful for micro-tasks, as well as more recent ICT, which can be relied upon for macro-tasks.
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Françoise Demaizière, Jean-Paul Narcy-Combes. Méthodologie de la recherche didactique : nativisation, tâches et TIC. Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication, 2005, 08 (1), pp.45-64. ⟨edutice-00001460⟩



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