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Les comptines comme levier d'aide à la mémorisation

Abstract : Foreign languages learning process is the subject of many scientific and educational researches. The researches objective is to improve a foreign language acquisition in primary school and to offer ways for teachers to achieve positive results. Initially, our research focuses on defining the memorisation concepts, the mechanisms of learning a foreign language and the reasons to use nursery rythmes as learning support. Then, in a second stage, the educational issues are highlighted. Finally, the protocol subjected to analysis in response to the study subject. The purpose of this work is to evaluate whether the song in the living language can promote the memorization of the vocabulary. Two research hypotheses were used : if singing is not part of the memorization activities then learning will not be fully efficient and it’s the melody of a rhyme that will allow students to recall the lexicon. Following the study, the results show that learning is promoted by the use of nursery rhymes and that nursery rhymes will optimize the memory of the vocabulary. This work has certain limitations because the results obtained do not concern all pupils. It therefore opens up new avenues for research to improve this study.
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Camille Bourne. Les comptines comme levier d'aide à la mémorisation. Education. 2019. ⟨dumas-02366279⟩

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