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Pistage informatisé des stratégies de lecture : une étude de cas en contexte pédagogique

Abstract : Reading is a private mental activity and its mechanisms are difficult to observe in the language classroom context. In order to allow instructors to better gauge the learners' reading skills, we have designed a computerised programme aiming to track data on the conditions of use of a selection of reading comprehension strategies frequently implemented by learners of French as a Foreign Language. The sixteen university students of intermediate level of proficiency who participated in the study were required to read two texts in French in Computer Tracking mode. During the exercise the readers were asked to make strategic choices relative to comprehension problems encountered while reading. The results subsequently obtained allowed us to observe the strategic effort made by the readers. The aim of this article is to explain the rationale of the tracking procedure, describe our method, present the results and, finally, discuss the pedagogical usefulness of our approach.
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Éric Bouvet, Dany Bréelle. Pistage informatisé des stratégies de lecture : une étude de cas en contexte pédagogique. Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication, 2004, 07 (1), pp.85-106. ⟨edutice-00001464⟩



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