TRANSMISSIONS ET APPROPRIATIONS LANGAGIERES : Une approche psycholinguistique des interactions adultes / enfants

Abstract : How do we learn to communicate: how do we come to language or how does language come to us? Would it be a question of adaptation to the world by the act of speaking as suggested by J. Bernicot 1 (1992); would man benefit first and foremost from a genetic patrimony that enabled him to make use of language, as N. Chomsky (1985) points out by asking the existence of a competence related to generative mechanisms? J. Bruner (1996) proposes the idea of ​​an education likely to "adapt a culture to the needs of its members and to adapt its members and their ways of learning to the needs of culture". 2. A / Motivations and objects An approach to mother-child relationships (master's thesis in developmental psychology 3, Miehakanda, 1998) has given me the opportunity to highlight the mediation of play in the structuring of relationships between the child with academic difficulties and his parents. The specific framework of this research-action was that of the educational and therapeutic care of children attending primary school (CE1-CLIS-CLAD) 4. These seven children (three girls / four boys) who were reported for various personality and behavioral disorders all had a lack of self-esteem and self-esteem affecting their relationships with those around them (peers, teachers ...).
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M'Badi Miehakanda. TRANSMISSIONS ET APPROPRIATIONS LANGAGIERES : Une approche psycholinguistique des interactions adultes / enfants. 2015, Livre broché : ISBN-10: 3841633412 ISBN-13: 978-3841633415. 2015, pp 316. ⟨tel-01658934⟩

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