Séquence phonétique pour le développement de la perception et de la prononciation du e muet [ə] dans le présent de l’indicatif
Ariza Gironza, Diana Marcela
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Teaching and learning the pronunciation of a foreign language can be a difficult task, even more if there are no phonemes in the student's phonological system. The purpose of this research is to develop the perception and pronunciation of the silent “e” of French, which absence in the Spanish vowel inventory causes complications for Spanish speakers. In order to achieve this objective, a diagnostic evaluation was carried out in order to identify the level of perception and pronunciation of the phoneme. Additionally, a phonetic sequence was implemented, and its activities were evaluated by means of scales and rubrics. The bibliographic review was established through three constructs which are the phonetic characteristics of the vowel system of French and Spanish, the teaching pronunciation’s methods and approaches in French as a foreign language and the Common European Framework of Reference associated with pronunciation. Furthermore, in the analysis of the results, multiple improvements were found in the performance of the sample, which is a group of beginner students of the French Alliance from Cali enrolled in module A1.2. In this way, it was possible to verify that the phonetic sequence allowed the development in a great degree the perception and the accurate pronunciation of the silent “e” of French in the inflectional morphemes of the verbs of the first group conjugated to the indicative present.