L’utilisation d’informations morphologiques flexionnelles et dérivationnelles pour apprendre l’orthographe de nouveaux mots

Abstract : This study examined whether and how children in grade 3 and 5 benefit from the presence of morphological information to learn in the implicit learning of new spellings introduced in story that they read. We’ve investigates to see if this benefice differs depending on the use of the type of morphology (inflectional or derivational). For that purpose, we’ve created four experimental conditions varying by the type of morphology. The children have read stories including the nonwords. Some were morphologically simple as rouvard, and some others morphologically complex, composed by adding an inflexion or a derivation to the simple form, as rouvarde and rouvardise. In the morphological condition, the studies included simples and complexes forms and in the opaque condition, they included only simple forms. The stories have been split either in a morphologically condition (with the simple and complex forms), either in an opaque condition (only with the simple forms). Then the children were asked to choose the correct spelling of each nonword from among three phonologically plausible alternatives (rouvart, rouvar, rouvard). Our results show an orthographic learning in both conditions (morphological and opaque) regardless of the age. This learning is better in the morphological condition than in the opaque condition for both type of morphology in grade 5, but only for the inflectional condition in grade 3. Therefore, children benefit from inflectional morphology earlier than the derivational morphology in this learning situation of new words, as it has been reported in previous studies examining the orthographic productions of real words.
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Jessica Racineux, Élise Vermeersch. L’utilisation d’informations morphologiques flexionnelles et dérivationnelles pour apprendre l’orthographe de nouveaux mots. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-02084268⟩

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