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LINGUIST List 17.12

Tue Jan 10 2006

Diss: Lang Acquisition/Psycholinguistics: Gouteraux: 'Le

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        1.    Pascale Depraz-Gouteraux, Les voies de l’appropriation discursive en langue étrangère : élaboration de concepts didactiques communs pour l’apprentissage de l’anglais chez des apprenants avancés


Message 1: Les voies de l’appropriation discursive en langue étrangère : élaboration de concepts didactiques communs pour l’apprentissage de l’anglais chez des apprenants avancés
Date: 07-Jan-2006
From: Pascale Depraz-Gouteraux <gouterauclub-internet.fr>
Subject: Les voies de l’appropriation discursive en langue étrangère : élaboration de concepts didactiques communs pour l’apprentissage de l’anglais chez des apprenants avancés


Institution: University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot
Program: English Linguistics
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2003

Author: Pascale Gouteraux

Dissertation Title: Les voies de l’appropriation discursive en langue étrangère : élaboration de concepts didactiques communs pour l’apprentissage de l’anglais chez des apprenants avancés.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Psycholinguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Dissertation Director:
Danielle Bailly

Dissertation Abstract:

This research explores how a didactic approach based on the acquisition of
a coherent linguistic system of reference through a variety of pedagogical
tools, suited to diverse learning styles, helps advanced students of
English build an oral discursive competence. Within the linguistic
framework of the Théorie des Opérations Énonciatives, an operating
grammatical system is presented, which articulates "primitive relations"
between lexical items, determination, tenses and aspects, modality, and the
patterns of logical and argumentative operations underlying complex
utterances. By a psycholinguistic analysis of a body of oral productions by
non-specialist students, the study tests the efficiency of a teaching
approach associating communication and conceptualisation in meaningful
communicative tasks, in a project perspective, and activities to develop
language awareness of the English system of signs. It also examines the
complementarity of group teaching techniques and individualised
"scaffolding" in one-to-one conversations for the production of oral speech
both fluent and structured.





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