Jean-Marie BESSE, Stéphanie GARGIULO & Alexandra RICCI (Lyon 2)
Phonology, phonography and morphology and their role in acquiring writing skills
2003, Vol. VIII-1, pp. 15-33
This article intends to show that the study of the activity of the writer informs us about access to the phonographical principle, at least as well as the study of phono-logical awareness. Two research projects are presented, the first one about young children who learn to read, the other one on illiterate adults. They show how these persons are faced with a complex management of phonographical and morphological principles in their writing. The study of phonographical awareness cannot be dissociated from morpho-graphical awareness.