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Étude de l'acquisition des connecteurs du récit parlé (enfants francophones)

Abstract : The subject of our research is entitled: "The study of the acquisition of the connectors of the spoken narrative of French-speaking children of 6 and 10 years". It is about a comparative study of the use of connectors at 6 and 10 years old children. This research aims on one hand at checking the different uses of connectors in these two age groups during the production of the narrative. As shown by the literature, the acquisition of connectors by children in situation of production of the soliloquized narratives would follow developmental, quantitative and qualitative evolutions. It aims on the other hand, to see if the production of connectors by children of the same and different ages is sensitive to the narrative contents. The data were collected with 84 subjects distributed in four groups: two groups of 6-year-old children (schooled in big section) and two other groups of 10-year-old children (4th year of primary school). The obtained results allowed us on one hand, to encircle the evolution in use of connectors, and on the other hand to understand that the variation in their use can also be explained by the type of narrative content.
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Gaëlle Boutolini Mounanga. Étude de l'acquisition des connecteurs du récit parlé (enfants francophones). Linguistique. 2010. ⟨dumas-00567685⟩



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