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Écrire en UPE2A : de la langue d’origine à la langue cible

Abstract : Writing is an obligation, which concerns every schooled child, but for those who do not have the codes of language yet, it happens to be a far more complex stake. Therefore, how can one prepare pupils to this language skill considered as one of the most elaborate of all and how to make it attractive ? In addition, preserving the first language and, or the native language of the learners is a necessity which offers numerous advantages as far as learning skills are concerned. This research/action presents a free-writing activity as introduced by Freinet, starting orally with the primary language and ending with writing in the target language. This research paper intends to demonstrate how within the framework of UPE2A plans, it is possible to conjugate the writing skill, while taking advantage of the primary language of allophone students. How can this be used as a support which contributes to facilitate the entry into writing.
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Catherine Brade. Écrire en UPE2A : de la langue d’origine à la langue cible. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-02400829⟩



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