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Distinguished corpus: transcription of verbal and nonverbal interactions of the Second Life reflection archi21-slrefl-av-j4

ContributorSaddour Inès
ContributorSaddour Inès
ContributorChanier Thierry
ContributorSaddour Inès ; Wigham Ciara R. ; Chanier Thierry
ContributorWigham Ciara R ; Chanier Thierry
CreatorChanier T. ; Saddour I. ; Wigham C.R.
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-23T18:45:03Z
dc.date.available2021-07-23T18:45:03Z
Identifierhttp://mulce.univ-bpclermont.fr:8080/PlateFormeMulce/VIEW/PUBLIC/03/VMeta.do?adr=Archi21%252FCorpus_objets%252Fmce-archi21-slrefl-av-j4
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DescriptionThe quantitative analyses of verbal and nonverbal communication in this corpus reveal 316 verbal acts of which 297 are audio acts and 19 are text chat acts. As for the nonverbal acts, we counted 41 acts: 29 kinesic acts, 5 production acts, 5 movement acts and 2 appearance / disappearance acts.
DescriptionThe distinguished corpus archi21-slrefl-av-j4 provides the transcriptions of verbal and nonverbal interactions of this screen-recorded Second Life reflection session that involved the group avatars (av) on day 4. It also describes the annotation methodology adopted. Verbal and nonverbal communication were coded using a pre-defined set of conventions. Indeed, a transcription manual was elaborated, following previous work by Ciekanski & Chanier (2008), to define and classify the conventions regarding the transcription of multimodal data. This manual was also based on the methodology of constitution of learner corpora (LETEC, LEarning and TEaching corpora; Mulce, 2010).
DescriptionThis distinguished corpus relates to the global Learning and Teaching Corpus of ARCHI21 [oai : mulce.org:mce-archi21-letec-all]. As part of the course Builiding Fragile Spaces within the project Archi21, the screen-recorded reflective session archi21-slrefl-av-j4 provided the architecture students in the avatars (av) group with opportunities to "stand back" from the architectural macro task to give them better understanding of the ideas explored with their architecture teachers. This process was encouraged by asking them to recall and describe in their L2 the information given to them by teachers, to infer the relevance of this knowledge and to identify and express possible paths of future enquiry or direction for the development of their project work.
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PublisherMulce.org ; Universite Blaise Pascal ; France
Rightshttp://lrl-diffusion.univ-bpclermont.fr/mulce/metadata/mce_LETECorpus-en.pdf
RightsRights holders of this corpus are: Thierry Chanier ; Ciara R Wigham ; licence = http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/
SubjectComputer-assisted instruction
SubjectOral communication
SubjectEducation, Data processing,
SubjectNonverbal communication
SubjectLanguage and languages
SubjectStudy and teaching
TitleDistinguished corpus: transcription of verbal and nonverbal interactions of the Second Life reflection archi21-slrefl-av-j4
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dcterms.audienceResearchers or teachers in educational sciences or linguistics
dcterms.bibliographicCitationChanier, T. Saddour, I. & Wigham, C.R. (2012). (dir.) Distinguished Corpus: Transcription of Verbal and Nonverbal Interactions of the Second Life Reflection archi21-slrefl-av-j4. Mulce.org : Clermont Université. [oai : mulce.org:mce-archi21-slrefl-av-j4 ; http://repository.mulce.org ]
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dcterms.contributorSaddour Inès
dcterms.contributorSaddour Inès
dcterms.contributorChanier Thierry
dcterms.contributorSaddour Inès ; Wigham Ciara R. ; Chanier Thierry
dcterms.contributorWigham Ciara R ; Chanier Thierry
dcterms.created2012-03-30
dcterms.creatorChanier T. ; Saddour I. ; Wigham C.R.
dcterms.descriptionThe quantitative analyses of verbal and nonverbal communication in this corpus reveal 316 verbal acts of which 297 are audio acts and 19 are text chat acts. As for the nonverbal acts, we counted 41 acts: 29 kinesic acts, 5 production acts, 5 movement acts and 2 appearance / disappearance acts.
dcterms.descriptionThe distinguished corpus archi21-slrefl-av-j4 provides the transcriptions of verbal and nonverbal interactions of this screen-recorded Second Life reflection session that involved the group avatars (av) on day 4. It also describes the annotation methodology adopted. Verbal and nonverbal communication were coded using a pre-defined set of conventions. Indeed, a transcription manual was elaborated, following previous work by Ciekanski & Chanier (2008), to define and classify the conventions regarding the transcription of multimodal data. This manual was also based on the methodology of constitution of learner corpora (LETEC, LEarning and TEaching corpora; Mulce, 2010).
dcterms.descriptionThis distinguished corpus relates to the global Learning and Teaching Corpus of ARCHI21 [oai : mulce.org:mce-archi21-letec-all]. As part of the course Builiding Fragile Spaces within the project Archi21, the screen-recorded reflective session archi21-slrefl-av-j4 provided the architecture students in the avatars (av) group with opportunities to "stand back" from the architectural macro task to give them better understanding of the ideas explored with their architecture teachers. This process was encouraged by asking them to recall and describe in their L2 the information given to them by teachers, to infer the relevance of this knowledge and to identify and express possible paths of future enquiry or direction for the development of their project work.
dcterms.extent316 verbal acts ; 41 non verbal acts, 3746 tokens
dcterms.extent541 ko
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dcterms.identifierhttp://mulce.univ-bpclermont.fr:8080/PlateFormeMulce/VIEW/PUBLIC/03/VMeta.do?adr=Archi21%252FCorpus_objets%252Fmce-archi21-slrefl-av-j4
dcterms.identifiermce-archi21-slrefl-av-j4
dcterms.publisherMulce.org ; Universite Blaise Pascal ; France
dcterms.referencesFoucher, A-L., Chanier, T., Rodrigues, C., Fynn, J., Bayle, A., Wigham C., (2011). What learning scenarios for virtual worlds and CLIL? (European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning 2011) [résumé]. Nottingham : Royaume-Uni. [http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00600731 ]
dcterms.referenceshttp://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00674138
dcterms.referencesChanier, T. & Ciekanski, M. (2010). Utilité du partage des corpus pour l'analyse des interactions en ligne en situation d'apprentissage : un exemple d'approche méthodologique autour d'une base de corpus d'apprentissage. ALSIC - Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication 13[http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00486676 ]
dcterms.referenceshttp://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00486676/
dcterms.referenceshttp://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00159733
dcterms.referenceshttp://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00583274
dcterms.referencesReffay, C, Chanier, T., Noras, M. & Betbeder, M.-L. (2008). Contribution à la structuration de corpus d'apprentissage pour un meilleur partage en recherche. In Basque, J. & Reffay, C. (dir.), numéro spécial EPAL (échanger pour apprendre en ligne), Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication pour l'Education et la Formation (STICEF), 15, [http://sticef.univ-lemans.fr/num/vol2008/01-reffay/sticef_2008_reffay_01p.pdf , http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00159733 ]
dcterms.referenceshttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00600731
dcterms.referencesWigham, C. R. & Chanier, T., (2011). Collaboration en langue étrangère dans une approche de type EMILE articulant modes verbaux et gestuels dans le monde virtuel Second Life. (Echanger pour apprendre en ligne 2011) [résumé ]. Grenoble : France. [http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00581680 ]
dcterms.referencesWigham, C. & Chanier, T., (2011). Object-focused collaboration in Second Life: the use of verbal and gestural modes for the establishment of common ground and in deictic referencing. (European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning 2011) [diaporama]. Nottingham : Royaume-Uni. [http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00583274 ]
dcterms.referencesWigham, C. & Chanier, T., (2012). A study of verbal and nonverbal communication in Second Life - the ARCHI21 experience. ReCALL 25(1). [http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00674138 ]
dcterms.referenceshttp://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00581680
dcterms.requiresmce-archi21-letec-all
dcterms.rightshttp://lrl-diffusion.univ-bpclermont.fr/mulce/metadata/mce_LETECorpus-en.pdf
dcterms.rightsRights holders of this corpus are: Thierry Chanier ; Ciara R Wigham ; licence = http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/
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dcterms.subjectComputer-assisted instruction
dcterms.subjectOral communication
dcterms.subjectEducation, Data processing,
dcterms.subjectNonverbal communication
dcterms.subjectLanguage and languages
dcterms.subjectStudy and teaching
dcterms.temporalname=Archi21 course ; start=2011-02-07 ; end=2011-02-11
dcterms.titleDistinguished corpus: transcription of verbal and nonverbal interactions of the Second Life reflection archi21-slrefl-av-j4
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