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Jui 2011

Acquisition des langues

Eigen taal eerst? Gastcolumn door taalkundige P. Fikkert

Kennislink,  Elke twee weken verschijnt op Kennislink een gastcolumn. De columnist is steeds een andere onderzoeker, die vanuit zijn of haar vakgebied schrijft over de wetenschap achter een gebeurtenis in de maatschappij of uit ons dagelijks leven. Deze week: Paula Fikkert over kindertaalverwerving. Prof. dr. Paula Fikkert is hoogleraar eerste taalverwerving en...

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Teaching and living with two or more languages :... (F. Grosjean)

... The juggling act of language teachers Published on May 20, 2011 by Francois Grosjean, Ph.D. in Life as a Bilingual I have always been fascinated by how second / foreign / world language teachers juggle between their lives as bilinguals and their profession as teachers of a language, culture and literature. This may come from the fact that I started my...

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Beneficios para o cérebro a partir do multilinguismo

Shannon Sorensen , 24 de maio de 2010 Já faz algum tempo que os cientistas vêm discutindo a ligação entre o multilinguismo e o cérebro. Um estudo recente realizado pela Comissão Europeia, intitulado “A Contribuição do Multilinguismo para a Criatividade”, apresenta a primeira macro-análise baseada em provas...

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Singing to children may help development of language skills

New book claims that 'signature' melodies and inflections of traditional rhymes prepare children's brains for language

Amelia Hill, The Guardian, Sunday 8 May 2011

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Multilingual pupils as a resource in the classroom

Published on 21/01/11, Morsmal Today there are very few teachers who are concerned about the students' mother language and cultural background in teaching, according to a previous research report from the University College in Hedmark. A new study from the Oslo University College (HiO) shows that language minority pupils in a classroom may contribute to grammar learning by...

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Can foreign languages drive you crazy?

Posted on May 6th 2011 by Ingrid Piller, Language on the Move On The Science Show they recently had a program about how unfamiliar sounds, rhythms and tonalities can drive people crazy. I learnt that neuroscientists have been experimenting with the idea that when confronted with unfamiliar musical patterns the brain releases dopamine, which in large quantities can cause schizophrenia...

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Mai 2011

Acquisition des langues

Comment les enfants apprennent leur langue maternelle

Pour la Science N°403 - mai 2011

Les enfants comprennent la structure grammaticale de leur langue maternelle bien plus tôt qu'on ne le pensait, avant même de faire des phrases. Ils s'en serviraient pour apprendre le sens de mots nouveaux.

É. Cauvet, P. Brusini, I. Brunet et A. Christophe

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Avr 2011

Acquisition des langues

Performances linguistiques des enseignants et qualité d'apprentissage...

... des élèves au primaire Source : Institut français de l'éducation Auteur :  Jean Bourdon Editeur :  Université de Bourgogne - IREDU Date :  03/2011 "De manière intrinsèque l'objectif de l'Éducation pour tous (EPT) n'est pas des plus évidents pour les pays les moins avancés...

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Avr 2011

Acquisition des langues

Les cerveaux bilingues vieillissent différemment

19 avril 2011 par Planet Techno Science   Les aînés appréhenderaient le langage autrement lorsque leurs facultés mentales diminuent Université Concordia à Montréal Selon une nouvelle étude parue dans la revue Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, les aînés qui parlent deux langues semblent...

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Avr 2011

Acquisition des langues

Bilingualism - help or hindrance? (Morsmal)

Published on 24/03/11 Researcher Reza Kormi­Nouri has studied bilingual children's development during the first years in school. His last study shows that bilingual children have a linguistic head start when they first go to school, but fall behind as they get older. ­ It's surprising because until now we believed it was the other way around: that bilingual children...

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Avr 2011

Acquisition des langues

Tvåspråkighet: hjälp eller stjälp? (Morsmal)

Publicerad den 24/03/11 Örebroforskaren Reza Kormi­Nouri följer tvåspråkiga barns utveckling under skolåren. Hans senaste studie visar att tvåspråkiga barn ligger på samma nivå eller till och med på en något högre språklig nivå när de börjar skolan men att de hamnar efter högre upp i årskurserna. Det är tvärtemot vad tidigare forskning har visat. Men det finns en ...

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Avr 2011

Acquisition des langues

How the bilingual brain copes with aging (Eurekalert)

18. April 2011 As brain power decreases, older adults find new ways to compute language This release is available in French. Montreal, April 18, 2011 – Older bilingual adults compensate for age-related declines in brainpower by developing new strategies to process language, according to a recent study published in the journal Aging, Neuropsychology, and...

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