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Le développement de la conscience phonologique et ses liens avec le langage écrit en classe de CP

Abstract : Is there a link between phonological awareness and written language skills? This is the question posed by memorandum. In attempting a response to this question articles relevant to this topic were studied. The level of phonological awareness is a predictor for the future abilities of those learning to read. To test the veracity of this assertion pupils of a French CP class were put to the test. The tests were purely based on phonological awareness (epiphonological and metaphonological), together with dacation and reading in an attempt to make the tests as valid as possible. All the variables tested are cited in both the Castles and Coltheart and the Ecalle articles (authors of the referenced articles). The results of these tests confirm the assertion that phonological awareness and prowess in learning to read are indeed linked. However, the nature of this link remains to be revealed. No satisfactory studies have been performed, probably because the tests themselves are weak and yield inconclusive results and are therefore not dependable. There is thus a need to perform further research on this subject, in particular concerning the reciprocal causality link between phonological awareness and the acquisition of reading and spelling skills.
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Anne Popot. Le développement de la conscience phonologique et ses liens avec le langage écrit en classe de CP. Education. 2011. ⟨dumas-00628866⟩



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