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L'écrit(ure) universitaire, une tâche située et complexe : approche holiste du processus d'adaptation de la compétence scripturale chez les apprenants avancés en FLE

Abstract : This thesis focuses on the academic writing problems encountered by advanced-level foreign students, and in particular the phenomena of grammatical errors that are not consistent with the linguistic level of learners related to the adaptation of their scriptural competence. This work is part of a plural perspective based on the principle of Complex Dynamic Systems. The theme is therefore addressed by three sociopsychological, (2) cognitive and (3) psychosocial studies that allow us to comprehend holistically the processes involved in the appropriation of academic scriptural practices. On the one hand, this thesis intends to contribute to the comprehension of the linguistic difficulties of the students by considering them as correlative of the particular constraints of the university discourses to produce with the aim, on the other hand, to engage reflections on the formation and the accompaniment of learners.
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Elodie Lang. L'écrit(ure) universitaire, une tâche située et complexe : approche holiste du processus d'adaptation de la compétence scripturale chez les apprenants avancés en FLE. Linguistique. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAC024⟩. ⟨tel-03018108⟩

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