Existe-t-il des stades successifs dans l'acquisition de l'orthographe d'usage?

Translated title of the contribution: Are there successive stages in the acquisition of spelling?

Catherine Martinet, Marie Line Bosse, Sylviane Valdois, Marie-Josephe Tainturier

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Abstract

This paper questions the main proposal of the stade models of spelling acquisitions which postulate that children go through a series of stages characterised by the acquisition of specific processing abilities during learning. Two kinds of evidence against this hypothesis are presented here through the analysis of neuropsychological and experimental data. It is argued that the mechanisms underlying normal reading established very early during development, their involvement in processing being essentially determined by word familiarity.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)58-73
Number of pages16
JournalLangue Francaise
Issue number124
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1999
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA
  • AWARENESS
  • DEFICITS

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Martinet, C., Bosse, M. L., Valdois, S., & Tainturier, M-J. (1999). Existe-t-il des stades successifs dans l'acquisition de l'orthographe d'usage? Langue Francaise, (124), 58-73.