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Intérêt de la morphologie dérivationnelle dans la compréhension et l’orthographe des lexies auprès de patients dyslexiques dysorthographiques scolarisés en 6ème/5ème

Abstract : Scientific advances in the discipline of linguistics, especially in the field of morphological derivation (the process of forming new words of a language), hold promise of the importance of morphology in written language learning – in particular of spelling. This field represents a possible means of remediation in the re-education of children with dyslexical dysorthography in cases where appreciable skills are retained in spite of considerable phonological difficulties. With this objective in mind, we have collected data on 9 dyslexico-dysorthographic patients at the 6th-5th grade level after following a program tying the spellings of affixs to their meanings in words. By comparing data collected before and after testing, we have observed an improvement in these patients’ spelling, in their awareness of the morphology of words, and in their skills in deducing meaning from compositional semantics. Semantic and orthographic representation could therefore be aided by the use of morphological information, an interesting tool in the orthophonic re-education of this particular pathology.
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Aude Vandevoir. Intérêt de la morphologie dérivationnelle dans la compréhension et l’orthographe des lexies auprès de patients dyslexiques dysorthographiques scolarisés en 6ème/5ème. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02545297⟩

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