StatusThe thesis was presented on the 10 December, 2015
Approved by NCAA on the 25 February, 2016
Abstract– 0.74 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 37.016.046:811.133.1(043.2) L21
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Thesis structure. The research contains annotations in Romanian, Russian and English, lists of abreviations, content, introduction, three chapters, 177 pages of basic text, bibliography (175 titles), general conclusions and recommendations, 13 appendices, 29 figures, 15 tables. The outcomes of this research have been published in 11 scientific works.
Field of study. Romance philology. Interactivity and technology în FLE. Goal and objectives. This research is due to combination of the practical necessity and theoretical concern. The main goal of our research consists in establishing a new methodology of analysing interactivity and interaction mediated by new technologies and in spotlighting these methods by means of communication strategies.To achieve our goal we intend to identify and analyse some well-teaching methods in order to integrate information technology and to implement some interactive activities in order to stimulate learning a foreign language.
Novelty and scientific originality of research. The innovative scientific character of the thesis consists in cataloguing some theotetical and practical aspects that concern the language teachers. The thesis is intended to be a meditation and a discussion on the techniques and strategies of teaching French applying an original and multidimensional approach by means of new information technologies.
Theoretical value. The work represents a modern and updated source for the process of language teaching in Romania and it leads to improvement of the pupils’ oral communication ability.
Applicability of the work. The outcomes of the given investigation can be applied in conceiving the lessons including the new multimadia instruments. The research can be a starting point for a future research-action in the field of the integration of technologies in teaching French. It is also methodologically interesting due to its suggestions concerning curricula application in conceiving and using the student’s books but also in compiling the tests for the School Olympiads.
Implementation of the scientific results. The given research represents a practical support
by including in the thesis’ structure a compendium with activities proposed to be used in the
French classes. These activities are built up using the new multimedia techniques. The results of
their application and use were published in FIGES magazine, coordinated by the Cou