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One Teacher, Two Instructional Contexts. Same Teaching Gestures?

Brahim Azaoui 1, *
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Abstract : Despite the increasing interest in gesture studies for teachers' gestures, it seems that no research has yet been carried out to analyze the impact of the instructional context on a teacher's gestures. This study provides the opportunity to add to our understanding of teachers' non verbal pedagogical repertoire by observing a French teacher in two different contexts : FL1 (French for native speakers) and FL2 (French for NNS).
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Brahim Azaoui. One Teacher, Two Instructional Contexts. Same Teaching Gestures?. Tilburg gesture research meeting, Jun 2013, Tilburg, Netherlands. ⟨halshs-01111824⟩

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