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Le rôle de la reformulation dans la compréhension de la lecture en grande section

Abstract : The main objective of this report is to deal with the role of story restitution in the process of learning to read for 5 years old pupils. Official directions and previous studies on the subject offer a framework for the exercise of restitution as well as different options to work on it in the classroom. We have been able to set an experimental protocol, based on this theoretical frame, to assess the pupils' ability to reformulate stories they had heard, through narrative landmarks spotting exercises and story restitution exercises. The purpose of this report is to check if working on story restitution leads to a progressive awakening to reading, especially in terms of reading comprehension. The first part is designed as a theoretical guide serving as a basis for all the subsequent work. The second part concentrates on answering the initial problematic by elaborating an experimental protocol and putting it into practice in a Year 1 Class.
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Claire-Marie Carpentier. Le rôle de la reformulation dans la compréhension de la lecture en grande section. Education. 2012. ⟨dumas-00757292⟩



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