Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines

Le langage écrit: un code parmi d’autres… autour de la «délinquance» orthographique

Galli Cornali ; Moine, Sylvie ; Turnill, Katharina

In: Revue Tranel (Travaux neuchâtelois de linguistique), 2000, vol. 33, p. 121-132

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    In this article we based our approach on an interactionist point of view which takes in account the social and relational aspects at stake in the acts of reading and writing. We aim to illustrate, through three clinical vignettes, what we see as a connection between written codes and social norms. The goal of this reflection being to put forward the link between these different aspects: cognition, emotion, socialization and language. Indeed, we noticed in our practices, that some adolescents and pre-adolescents tended to show at the same time difficulties in acquiring reading and writing skills aswell as accepting social norms and rules, and in our experience, these young people could only start to overcome their specific difficulties in learning to write and read when we, as speech therapists, took in account the concomitants symptoms.