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Étude de la corrélation entre copie et dictée chez des enfants normo-lecteurs et dyslexiques

Abstract : Though often despised in school practice and speech therapy, copy and dictation activities are nevertheless essential to the acquisition of written language. That is why, in order to study the link between these two tasks, we tested a group of reading schoolchildren aged 6 to 9 and a group of dyslexic non-readers with the BHK test for copy and the Batelem-R test for dictation. It is only at the age of 9 that these two tasks are significantly correlated: at that age those who are able to spell correctly are also able to perform well on writing tasks. Six dyslexic children also followed a training copy program which was assessed at three different moments with the BHK and the Batelem-R. Results show a reverse correlation: in dyslexic non-readers good spelling performance goes along with poor writing skills. However, the copy training program did improve and consolidate their spelling skills.
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Sandra Espalier, Jessica Guillaud. Étude de la corrélation entre copie et dictée chez des enfants normo-lecteurs et dyslexiques. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01076552⟩

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