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SCRIPTING A LESSON: A METHOD TO ASSIST THE DESIGNING OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

Abstract : The audiovisual approach in pedagogics, so closely associated with a lock-step view of teaching in the seventies, has undergone a revolution in recent years. By way of examining how teachers can script a body of pedagogic sequences, or lesson, we look at the different phases of the lesson planning process and how a more innovative audiovisual approach can facilitate this process. First, we outline different learning styles as perceived by learners themselves. Second, we propose an overview of the different pedagogic approaches available to teachers. Third, the different phases of creating a lesson script are described based on a scenistic approach. Finally, we suggest two broad types of lesson scripts for the development of personalized learning tracks to demonstrate some of the advantages of having a common platform for apparently contradictory teaching methods, namely linking a narrowly sequential to a broader non-sequential style of teaching.
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Michel Labour, Laurent Verclytte, Nicolas Vieville, Sylvie Leleu-Merviel. SCRIPTING A LESSON: A METHOD TO ASSIST THE DESIGNING OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS. SITE 2001, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, Mar 2001, Orlando, United States. pp.1111-1116. ⟨hal-03659274⟩

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