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De prédicteur à remédiateur : Effet d’un entraînement en conscience phonologique chez des élèves de cycle 3 en difficulté de lecture

Abstract : Phonological awareness is awareness that words in spoken speech are composed of smaller units (syllables, phonemes, rhyme). At the end of kindergarten, such awareness is a good predictor for the successful learning of reading in the first year of primary school (The National Early Literacy Panel, 2008). The idea here is to turn it into remedial work at the end of primary school. This paper focuses on analysing the results of training in phonological awareness during three years for pupils in the final years of primary school showing difficulties, and for the most part enrolled in schools in priority zones. The sample includes 300 pupils divided into a control group of 65 pupils and an experimental group of 235 pupils divided into two groups. One is trained in phonological awareness and the name of letters (110 pupils), the other only in phonological awareness (125 pupils). The paper presents the statistical analysis of the data highlighting the effect of training in phonological awareness between the CE2 and CM2 classes, the last three years of primary school.
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Sophie Briquet-Duhazé, Amine Rezrazi. De prédicteur à remédiateur : Effet d’un entraînement en conscience phonologique chez des élèves de cycle 3 en difficulté de lecture. Carrefours de l'éducation, Armand Colin, 2018, 2 (46), pp.57-73. ⟨hal-01948966⟩

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