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Réseaux sociaux en Education

9 Décembre 2012 , Rédigé par CampusFLE Publié dans #Nouvelles

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Dans les communautés d'apprentissage des langues les apprenants disposent d'espaces d'expression en ligne et ils peuvent se servir de différents outils de produciton. Le côté réseau social et communication avec les autres utilisateurs est attractif:  mise en relation, participation dans les forums, élaboration de podcasts, création de contenu en collaboration. Les médias représentent avant tout une source inépuisable de documents et de lieux de rencontre de la langue cible. Les pratiques pédagogiques lient à ces documents une multitude de tâches et d’angles d’approche qui conduisent l’apprenant à accomplir plusieurs objectifs : perfectionner ses connaissances linguistiques dans les quatre domaines de compétence (CO - CE - PO - PE), acquérir des connaissances socio-pragmatiques et s'ouvrir aux échanges interculturels. Language learning and social networks 

(UNESCO - European Commission - ElearningEuropa)

 

SOCIAL MEDIA POUR L'APPRENTISSAGE DES LANGUES

 

Language learning and social media  - Apprentissage Langues et Médias Sociaux
http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/apprentissage-des-langues-et

 

 

 Les nouvelles technologies (TIC) et les interactions sur le web social ouvrent de nouveaux contextes pédagogiques pour l'apprentissage / enseignement des langues (FLE). Nous devons analyser et évaluer les fonctionnalités et les spécificités des ces nouveaux outils: blogs, podcasts, réseaux et plateformes communautaires. En même temps on doit aborder une réflexion sur leurs potentiels, limites et usages en classe de langues. Il faudra tenir compte des orientations suivantes:

- Échanges et collaborations avec les nouveaux outils du web 2.0.
- Projets de télécollaboration entre classes de FLE voie Internet.
- Développement de la communication et des compétences orales avec les TIC.
- Nouveaux rôles pour l’enseignant de FLE avec le TIC et le web 2.0

 

CONFÉRENCES - COLLOQUES - ATELIERS

http://flenet.unileon.es/conferencias.html

 

 

Réseaux sociaux en Education - Evaluation Social Networks in Education

http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/reseaux-sociaux-en-education

 

Pour consulter les grilles d'analyse:
Educational Social Networks Evaluation Form - Checklist
Grille d'analyse des réseaux sociaux éducatifs
Evaluación redes sociales educativas

Projet FLENET - Blogs et Education

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vidsocial 26/04/2012 20:39


VIDEOS FRANÇAIS - social media in informal language… 


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olivier 26/05/2011 20:56



bonjour,


un autre réseau social pédagogique FLE : le Trait d'Union



Boyd 08/09/2010 12:28



 


Boyd, D., Ellison, N. (2007) Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship. JCMC, 13
(1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.]


 





 



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