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Le rôle du corps dans l’apprentissage des lettres cursives en grande section

Abstract : Many studies show that the letters knowledge is highly linked to the reading and writing level of pupils at the start of learning. So it seems important to find means of enhancing the development of that skill. The aim of this research project is to determine the effect of using the body on learning how to draw letters with 5 year-old pupils. A pre test - training- post test procedure has been used. The effects of three types of training have been compared : the paper/pencil training, the arm training (mobilizing brachial movement in space) and the arm-body training (urging both body movements and brachial movements in space on the outskirts of letters written on the floor). The results indicate that pupils who have benefited from the paper-pencil training improve the quality of their letter drawing and are able to write a larger amount of read-out letters than pupils who have been trained through the arm or arm/body techniques.
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Fany Fambon. Le rôle du corps dans l’apprentissage des lettres cursives en grande section. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03121799⟩

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