2023-2024 / AESS0336-1

Special didactics in information and communication (2nd part), Course and exercises


35h Th

Number of credits

 Master in performing arts (120 ECTS)4 crédits 


Ingrid Mayeur

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

All year long


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Description of the teaching unit:

In the continuity of partim I, this teaching unit aims to bring the student to the presentation of a public lesson prepared in full autonomy, situated within a balanced sequence, based on adequate notional contents, mobilizing an appropriate and carefully described didactic approach.

Table of contents

  • Teaching professional and technical communication
  • Didactic approach of digital contents
  • Teaching image
  • Theatrical techniques as resources for teaching communication/expression (in partnership with the Royal University Theatre of Liege)
  • Active methods, project-based teaching;
  • Preparation of a public lesson.



Learning outcomes of the learning unit

At the end of this teaching unit, the student will be able to mobilize the theoretical and practical resources of training in specialized didactics in order to achieve a balanced didactic sequence, based on valid notional contents, and present it in a dynamic way in front of a peers audience.


Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Mastery of the French language and disciplinary knowledge

To have followed part I of the teaching unit (AESS0335-1) and to have mastered the acquired knowledge; have completed part I of the internship (PSTG0038-1). Corequisites: part II of the internship (PSTG0039-1).



Planned learning activities and teaching methods

  • Presentations with note-taking by the student;
  • Work on the texts in the reading portfolio (theoretical structuring, clarification, exchanges);
  • Practical exercises.

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:

Lectures with note-taking, individual and small group activities.



Recommended or required readings

Institutional resources (decrees, programs, tools) and reading portfolio available on eCampus. The readings and resources will feed and exemplify into the material covered in class and will be discussed in class, with a view to being used for assessment work. They will enhance students' mastery of knowledge and reflexivity in carrying out exercises and public lessons.

The reading portfolio includes the following texts:

  • Petit, Victor, et Serge Bouchardon. 2017. « L'écriture numérique ou l'écriture selon les machines. Enjeux philosophiques et pédagogiques ». Communication & langages 191 (1): 129-48.
  • Carton, Tiphaine, et Nolwenn Tréhondart. 2020. « La plateformisation de l'éducation aux médias et à la citoyenneté ». Spirale - Revue de recherches en education N° 66 (3): 77-94.
  • Hulin, Thibaud. 2016. « Propositions pour une didactique de la communication numérique ». In Didactique de la communication, édité par Anne-Marie Hinault, 2:169-180. Paris: L'Harmattan.
  • Miton Florence. 2013. « Pistes méthodologiques pour décrypter un site web ». In Didactique de la communication, édité par Rodolphe Dalle, 1:143-164. Paris: L'Harmattan.
  • Bolou-Chiaravalli, Christine. 2016. « Écrire un article pour Wikipédia ». In Didactique de la communication, édité par Anne-Marie Hinault, 2:201-219. Paris: L'Harmattan.
  • Jeanneret, Yves. 2019. « Chapitre 4. Recourir à la démarche sémio-communicationnelle dans l'analyse des médias ». In Médias et médiatisation: Analyser les médias imprimés, audiovisuels et numériques, édité par Benoît Lafon, 105-35. Grenoble: Presses universitaires de Grenoble. https://www.cairn.info/medias-et-mediatisation--9782706142802-page-105.htm.
  • Mirante-Petit Sarah et Mathilde Nouailler, « Techniques théâtrales et travail de l'oral ». In Didactique de la communication, édité par Rodolphe Dalle, 1:109-126. Paris: L'Harmattan.
  • Delmée, Patrick, et Catherine Moreau. 2017. « Quand le théâtre entre en classe ». PROF, n°36, déc. 2017-janv./fév. 2018 : 16-27.
  • Reverdy, Catherine. 2013. « Des projets pour mieux apprendre? » Dossier d'actualité Veille et analyses (Ifé), no 82 (février).

Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

oral exam

- Remote

written exam

Written work / report

Additional information:

The evaluation of the course will be based, on the one hand, on the daily work and, on the other hand, on a public lecture.

Please note: successful completion of both parts of the module is a prerequisite for validation of the teaching unit. In the event of failure, the lowest grade will be taken into consideration.

Attending class, working regularly (reading, exercises, etc.) and taking an active part in class are essential to the success of this teaching unit. All absences must be duly justified (medical certificate; failing this, justification to be accepted at the discretion of the supervisors). After 3 unjustified absences, the student will not be allowed to sit the exam.

Grades communicated via the eCampus gradebook are for information only, pending deliberation.

Work placement(s)

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

The course is held at COMMU II, on Wednesdays, from 2 to 5 p.m., except during winter and spring breaks.




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