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LINGUIST List 17.3362

Thu Nov 16 2006

Diss: Applied Ling/Phonology/Writing Systems: Detey: 'Interphonolog...'

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        1.    Sylvain Detey, Interphonologie et représentations orthographiques: Du rôle de l'écrit dans l'enseignement / apprentissage du français oral chez des étudiants japonais


Message 1: Interphonologie et représentations orthographiques: Du rôle de l'écrit dans l'enseignement / apprentissage du français oral chez des étudiants japonais
Date: 15-Nov-2006
From: Sylvain Detey <syde2t2000yahoo.fr>
Subject: Interphonologie et représentations orthographiques: Du rôle de l'écrit dans l'enseignement / apprentissage du français oral chez des étudiants japonais


Institution: University of Toulouse 2
Program: Sciences du Langage
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2005

Author: Sylvain Detey

Dissertation Title: Interphonologie et représentations orthographiques: Du rôle de l'écrit dans l'enseignement / apprentissage du français oral chez des étudiants japonais

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Phonology
                            Psycholinguistics
                            Writing Systems

Subject Language(s): French (fra)
                            Japanese (jpn)

Dissertation Director:
Jacques Durand
Jean-Luc Nespoulous

Dissertation Abstract:

In this dissertation, we attempt to analyze the cognitive and didactic
implications of using written material for teaching and learning oral
skills in a foreign language, both from a 'theoretical' and a 'practical'
perspective.

Using data from Phonetics, Phonology, Psycholinguistics and Second Language
Acquisition, we examine the connections between interphonology and
orthography for Japanese university students learning French in Japan, and
set up an experiment to test their perception of /b, v; r, l/ and consonant
clusters /CC/.

The chapters of this dissertation are organized as follows:
1) Teaching and learning French 'pronunciation' in Japan: observations;
2) Linguistics: a comparison between French and Japanese phonetic,
phonological and phonographemic systems;
3) Psycholinguistics: a cognitive description of Japanese learners of
French, regarding speech perception and reading;
4) Research hypotheses;
5) Experiments: design, results and interpretation;
6) Implications for Second Language Acquisition (SLA) research and for
language teaching methodology.

According to our results, the method chosen for teaching and learning L2
phonetic and phonological systems should take more into account the
phonographemic dimension both of L1 and L2.



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