À l’aune des stipulations de l’école de demain, quelle forme pour le discours enseignant ?

MOHAMED BAHRA, FATIMA EL ABBASSI, HAFIDA BOUANANI

Abstract


The testing of the scheme inspired and designed from the nomenclature introduced by J.-L. Dessalles relating to notions of 'thematic segmentation', 'representation scenic' proximal function of language 'and' cognitive conflict 'states existence for knowledge covered by the education systems of science and technology, a relationship of cause and effect between the absence of the topic segmentation on this knowledge in the discourse of the noosphere and Development in the vast majority of students of high mathematical content courses and physics, stage performances offset whatsoever to update these knowledge. This discrepancy could be aggravated by the fact that the school of tomorrow is the spatiotemporal variables as control variables in the hands of the teacher. The latter is brought so to articulate his speech around an optimal mobilization of these variables and, based, inter alia, the schema structuring teacher discourse: The knowledge will not stay too long in a static form; the kinesthetic sense of place as an example trapezium and strong argument, become a teaching subject in itself.


Keywords


Proximal function of language, thematic segmentation, representation scenic, cognitive conflict, TIC

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