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Une étude du vocabulaire productif, la fluence orale et leur interaction en contexte de séjour linguistique

Abstract : The present study investigated the development of productive vocabulary, fluency and their interaction in the study abroad (SA) context. The goal of the study was to find out how productive vocabulary and fluency changed over the SA period and to determine whether these changes showed similar developmental trajectories that may signal the interaction between the two constructs. A pretest-posttest design was used to qualitatively study the changes for five intermediate/advanced learners of English, who spent one academic year in an English-speaking country. Concerning the fluency investigation, the interviews were conducted before and after the SA experience and analyzed in terms of utterance fluency. Similarly, a Lex30 test was conducted before and after the SA experience in order to analyze productive vocabulary. The results showed that fluency significantly developed over the SA period, whereas the development of productive vocabulary was less evident. Finally, due to the differences in the results the interaction between fluency and productive vocabulary in the SA context was not found.
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Vladyslav Gilyuk. Une étude du vocabulaire productif, la fluence orale et leur interaction en contexte de séjour linguistique. Linguistique. 2021. ⟨dumas-03457284⟩

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