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ENQU��TES SUR L'ACQUISITION DU FRAN��AIS EN MILIEU FAMILIAL ALG��RIEN: PROFIL PARENTAL, MOTIVATIONS ET STRAT��GIES ADOPT��ES / SURVERYS ON THE ACQUISITION OF THE FRENCH IN ALGERIAN ENVIRONMENT: PARENTAL PROFILE, MOTIVATIONS AND STRATEGIES ADOPTED

Authors: Fatma GUENDOUZEN; Ibtissem CHACHOU;

ENQU��TES SUR L'ACQUISITION DU FRAN��AIS EN MILIEU FAMILIAL ALG��RIEN: PROFIL PARENTAL, MOTIVATIONS ET STRAT��GIES ADOPT��ES / SURVERYS ON THE ACQUISITION OF THE FRENCH IN ALGERIAN ENVIRONMENT: PARENTAL PROFILE, MOTIVATIONS AND STRATEGIES ADOPTED

Abstract

We wonder in the context of this study, which is part of sociodidactic field, about the contribution of the family into the acquisition of french in two children with notable skills in french language. However, these children come from distinct family environments: the parents of family 01 have very limited skills in french, while the parents of family 02 have a notable skills in this language. This state of affairs led us to wonder about the sociolinguitics profiles of parents, the motivations and the means adopted in the process of transmitting french to their children.

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Sociodidactic; languages's status; representations; transmission, sociodidactic; languages’s status; representations; transmission, P1-1091, Philology. Linguistics

Ibtissem CHACHOU est professeure en sciences du langage à l'Université de Mostaganem (Algérie). Elle est l'auteure de plusieurs articles scientifiques sur la situation sociolinguistique des langues en contextes ordinaire, éducatif et universitaire en Algérie. Elle est également auteure et coordinatrice d'ouvrages autour des mêmes problématiques : « La situation sociolinguistique de l'Algérie » (L'Harmattan, 2013), « Pour un plurilinguisme algérien intégré » (Riveneuve éditions 2016), « Sociolinguistique du Maghreb » (Hibr éditions, 2018), et « Langues et dynamiques urbaines au Maghreb » (Hibr éditions 2020).

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