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Quand lire semble impossible… Effets de la lecture partagée en groupe sur les compétences émergentes en littératie et en langage, auprès d’enfants soumis à des contraintes complexes de développement et utilisant une communication alternative augmentée

Abstract : Children with complex developmental constraints are often excluded from literacy instruction. The objective of this study is to build a foundation for emergent literacy for three children with complex needs, through shared group reading, supported by robust AAC modeling and appropriate parenting support. Speech and language therapy included a group session, an individual session and the analysis of qualitative and quantitative tests in pre- and post-protocol. The results of the study after ten weeks of intervention show: the use of robust AAC for one of the children, a significant improvement in literacy skills (print awareness, writing) for all three children moving from emergent to conventional literacy status. Shared group reading improves their communication (interaction) and language (lexicon, syntax, narrative), with or without AAC use, but not significantly demonstrated. Other skills were improved such as motivation, increased attention, decreased behavioral problems, and active commitment in literacy. However, the results of quantitative tests, the implementation of the AAC tool, the involvement of all the contexts of the child's life and methodological difficulties need to be improved.
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Ophélie Coutheux. Quand lire semble impossible… Effets de la lecture partagée en groupe sur les compétences émergentes en littératie et en langage, auprès d’enfants soumis à des contraintes complexes de développement et utilisant une communication alternative augmentée. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02905238⟩

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