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Toucher les écrans ça s'apprend ! L'étude multimodale des gestes réalisés par des enfants au cours de sessions de jeu sur grande tablette

Abstract : In this paper, we analyze interactions with tablets in a specific setting: during a children's festival, the Lyon public library proposes a game session on a large tablet placed against a wall, small children and their (grand)parents participate in the presence of a library staff member, who acts as an activity leader. The accomplishment of actions on the touch screen requires a fine-grained motricity and corporeal control in order to shape specific hand configurations and body movements. Adults support children's physical efforts and provide assistance through scaffolding practices: showing the right gestures, accompanying children's arms and hands during a gesture realization, producing instructions and words of encouragement. Relying on a detailed interaction analysis, we propose a multimodal study of the development of children's gestures on the tablet. Various learning phases can thus be tracked on a microgenetic scale.
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Biagio Ursi, Heike Baldauf-Quilliatre. Toucher les écrans ça s'apprend ! L'étude multimodale des gestes réalisés par des enfants au cours de sessions de jeu sur grande tablette. Bulletin suisse de Linguistique appliquée, Neuchâtel : Institut de linguistique de l'Université, A paraître. ⟨halshs-03104299⟩

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