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Développer les compétences rédactionnelles des étudiants ou comment articuler langue et discipline

Abstract : The editorial know-how, which conditions today's social integration of individuals is a major social issue that higher education can not ignore. Whilst there are preparatory courses for entering higher education, these are rarely centred around writing skills.
The goal of this study was to explore the effects of editorial training classes on first year students from the institute of Alpine and Urban geography. We assumed that the classes could be an opportunity for students to become aware of the needs and importance of rereading, rewriting and a certain language regularity which as a consequence might help them improve their own editorial skills.
In order to answer this question and measure the results of this experiment, we have designed a specific training program and evaluated it with questionnaire and statistics analysis.
Results would imply that the students with the lowest base skillset benefited the most from the training program. If this result is satisfactory, the program deserves to be renewed and developed further.
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Caroline Cesbron. Développer les compétences rédactionnelles des étudiants ou comment articuler langue et discipline. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-01924938⟩

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