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THE HAND THAT TEACHES: PRE-ARTICULATE INSTRUCTION IN SKILL TRAINING AT A PUPPET THEATER

Haruka Okui

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Expériences du corp vivant


Date de publication : mai 2021
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Of the various themes in contemporary philosophy of the body, skill acquisition and bodily communications have rarely been considered together. According to Dreyfus, who theorizes skill acquisition according to five learning stages, the main issue is to understand the process of moving from novice to expert without using the explanation of mental representation (Dreyfus 2002). Although his explanation effectively clarifies these stages, his description of the instruction that takes place between instructor and learner is not adequate. According to his view, instruction is nothing more than one-way advice that directs the beginner's attention to modifying their habit. No contingent or flexible communication is assumed between the instructor and the novice in this research.

     
  • ISBN : 978-2-343-22931-7 • mai 2021 • 18 pages
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