L’accès à l’écrit de l’enfant sourd : quelles complémentarités entre la Langue des Signes Française (LSF) et le Langage Parlé Complété (LPC) ?

Abstract : This work explores the way in which the young deaf accesses the written language, written language in the sense of the production of writings. We will, first of all, find out what a deaf student produces in class. We will observe a difference between the deaf using the French Sign Language (LSF) and the oral deaf mastering Cued speech (LPC) by favoring, for one, the semantic field and, for the other, the phonological approach of the language. In view of the difficulties identified in the two types of writing, a problematic revolves around the association of French Sign Language and Cued Speech in the hypothesis of combining the semantic field, the phonological path and the appearance scriptural necessary for the production of writings. Despite resistance and context, the innovative nature of this work lies in the joint exploitation by the young deaf, the French Sign Language and Cued Speech, as favoring access to the written word. This assumes that the deaf, from an early age, appropriates these two communication tools We will discuss the obstacles that this problem may face. It is about the historical and institutional realities
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Florence Ferran. L’accès à l’écrit de l’enfant sourd : quelles complémentarités entre la Langue des Signes Française (LSF) et le Langage Parlé Complété (LPC) ?. Education. Université de Nantes - CREN, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018NANT2012⟩. ⟨tel-01921796⟩

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