Tridem, interactions à plusieurs à l'écrit - à l'oral et acquisition d'une compétence interculturelle dans une formation en langues en ligne

Abstract : We study online exolingual group interaction. Risk taken by learners and their involvement may reveal authenticity and the existence of the act of meeting the other. This act may be related to the acquisition of an intercultural competence. Our case study is a distance online course which relies on two workspaces: the written one, a blog, and the oral one, an audio-graphic conference system. Language learners are initially gathered in tridems and come each one of three universities, located in different countries. We reconstruct the development of relationships between members of tridems. Criteria revealing true online life, which could not be detected out of ordinary quantitative data, are outlined: threads of discourse which intertwine written and oral modes and occurrences of critical incidents. These elements are linked to skills and knowledge referred to in Byram's model.
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Isabelle Audras, Thierry Chanier. Tridem, interactions à plusieurs à l'écrit - à l'oral et acquisition d'une compétence interculturelle dans une formation en langues en ligne. Linguistique et Didactique des Langues, 2007, Echanges exolingues via Internet et appropriation des langues-cultures, pp.23-42. ⟨edutice-00157770⟩

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