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Rééducation des conduites narratives chez l’enfant présentant un trouble spécifique du langage oral

Abstract : The aim of our study is to measure the effect of a speech language group therapy targeting the narrative skills of SLI children aged 8 years 11 months to 9 years 9 months. To achieve this, a treatment protocol focused on the narrative framework and on text cohesion linguistic tools was conducted during eleven sessions. Their performance was measured using various assessment tools on three types of narratives focusing on two particular aspects (narrative framework and linguistic tools). Assessments were performed before and after intervention to measure the evolution on the narrative skills. In general the results showed an improvement in these skills despite variability specific to each child and related to narrative types. For the narrative framework, a group effect was found, since children managed to restore more items and more consistently. With the linguistic tools, the results are more reserved as improvement of the targeted intervention tools only concerned a few children. Ultimately, this study shows the need for narrative-focused intervention with SLI children to enable them to access more functional linguistic skills in everyday life.
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Hélène Vimont, Mathilde Labat. Rééducation des conduites narratives chez l’enfant présentant un trouble spécifique du langage oral. Sciences cognitives. 2015. ⟨dumas-01212890⟩

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