Les TIC, apports et enjeux pour le développement de la compétence textuelle : le cas des étudiants palestiniens en licence de FLE de l’université d’An-Najah.

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The researcher seeks to study the effects of the integration of pedagogical techniques of information and communications technology (ICT) on the textual competence, in the short term, of Palestinian students who study French as a foreign language at An-Najah National University. The researcher seeks to discover the potential of the technology via the creation of an online correspondence between native and non-native speakers, which allows for the practice of new aspects of the language. This will foster writing in a socially communicative-interactive way, and will motivate students to use different technological tools available on the Internet, such as translation programs, spelling corrections, etc. The objective is to enhance the micro-competence and macro-structural, which are very important in a coherent and cohesive writing that matches level (B1+) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In this research paper, the researcher adopted a systematic perspective in a research-action in order to have a better understanding of the relationship between the integration of technology and the requirements of the pedagogical practices of the receptive institution. The expansive case study that the researcher worked on in the field and the analysis of several textsamples is the chosen mode of experimentation used to measure, as well as gauge, the relations and issues that lead to the use of ICT. The results show a progress in the micro-structural level (especially in the semantics and morphosyntax) as well as a slight improvement in language proficiency (especially in punctuation).  

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