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Title: Utilisation de la vidéo dans l’enseignement/apprentissage du fle dans quelques lycées de la Métropole de Cape Coast et perspectives didactiques
Authors: Appiah-Thompson, Ekua Mensimah
Keywords: Enquête pilote
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Issue Date: Jul-2015
Publisher: University of Cape Coast
Abstract: This study focused on the use of videos as teaching/learning materials in the study of French as a foreign language (FFL). Our main objectives were to find out the frequency of the use of videos in French teaching/learning, as well as the difficulties associated them. We also aimed at finding out the perceptions of teachers and students concerning the effective integration of these videos in the teaching/learning of FFL. We conducted an exploratory study in two secondary schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis. Here, data were collected by means of questionnaires, interview guides and a non-participant observation of FFL oral classes which used videos in French as their main teaching/learning material. Our major findings were that, although some teachers admitted using videos in French occasionally to teach, the use of these materials were seen as rare in the FFL classroom. This was due to certain difficulties such as lack of suitable multimedia devices, unavailability of adequate classroom space and lack of adequate time. Despite the setbacks, the teachers maintained very favourable perceptions about the use of videos in the teaching/learning of FFL, agreeing to give more attention to it. Students also readily encouraged the use of videos in the teaching/learning of French, as they said it made learning French more practical and interesting. We therefore encouraged teachers to develop classroom-based activities related to videos. We recommended that students make active efforts in finding and using videos in French on their own.
Description: xi, 177p:, ill
ISSN: 23105496
Appears in Collections:Department of French

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