LES ENREGISTREMENTS VIDÉO EN CLASSE DE LANGUE – VERS UNE NOUVELLE APPROCHE DE LA CORRECTION DES ERREURS ORALES ?

Krzysztof Kotuła

Abstrakt

This article deals with the question of technology-enhanced delayed corrective feedback in language learning. 45 students learning French in high school were video recorded while performing an oral production task. The videos were next uploaded to a private YouTube channel and the annotation tool was used to highlight student’s mistakes. Two distinct methods of correcting learners’ errors were used in the process. Next, a questionnaire was administered in order to determine which of the proposed ways of correcting erroneous utterances was considered more efficient by the subjects and what variables could have influenced learners’ perception of the delayed corrective feedback. Our goal was to determine whether such techniques can be successfully implemented in the case of learners unaccustomed to the use of video recordings in the language classroom.

Słowa kluczowe: CALL, corrective feedback, video recordings in the language classroom, French as a foreign language