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Projet LogilecSur : quelles stratégies enseignantes pour guider des élèves sourds vers l'autonomie en compréhension écrite ?

Abstract : The LogilecSur Project wasinitiated by aworking group set up within the Scientific Council of the Institut National de Jeunes Sourds of Metz. Itspurposeisto improve teaching strategies for reading comprehension with deaf pupils, identified by professionals as a key point for their academic success. These pupils may have as their preferred language: oral French (with or without LPC support), French sign language, or both languages with varying degrees of efficiency for each of them. Asvery few reading self-reliance is observed among them, we postulate that it results from a low degree of the preferredlanguagemastering, whatever it may be. We will present here the frameworkof our exploratory study, aiming at formalising from the outset awritten comprehension approach of the textswhich takes into account both the diversity of linguistic profiles and the language weaknesses of deaf students.
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Manuel Leitao, Elodie Venti, Thomas Sigiez, Christophe Laroche, Marie Perini, et al.. Projet LogilecSur : quelles stratégies enseignantes pour guider des élèves sourds vers l'autonomie en compréhension écrite ?. IDEKI 2021 - 4ème colloque international Didactiques et métiers de l'humain, Dec 2021, Pont-à-Mousson, France. ⟨hal-03482203⟩

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