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Compétences narratives en Langue des Signes Française (LSF) chez 2 enfants sourds : étude qualitative sur les outils de la référence

Abstract : This work represents a study on narratives skills in sign language of a deaf child. After a short general introduction we present several existing studies on child's narrative skills development in spoken and sign languages. In the second part of this work we examine the classifiers, their terminology, main classifications, principal classifier development stages in sign languages, as well as the linguistic strategies used to introduce, maintain and re-introduce the referents. And finally, in the practical part we proceed to the analyse of two deaf children's narratives. We will see if there is a similarity between the narrative skills development in spoken and sign languages, if our participants follow the "norms" proposed by the researchers of classifier structures development of "native" deaf children. Finally, we will propose our own evaluation grid which could be used to assess deaf children's narrative skills without dependency on the age of the exposure to the sign language, their education course or family hearing situation.
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Yana Sennikova. Compétences narratives en Langue des Signes Française (LSF) chez 2 enfants sourds : étude qualitative sur les outils de la référence. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2014. ⟨dumas-01070134⟩

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