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Teachers' collaborative interpretations of students' computer-mediated collaborative problem-solving interactions

Lund, Kristine et al. (1999)

International audience Although teachers need to draw on knowledge of students' knowledge in order to engage in a wide range of educational activities, relatively little research has been carried out on what types of student knowledge teachers attempt to acquire, and how they acquire it. We propose ...

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How children build their morphosyntax: The case of French

Parisse, Christophe et al. (2000)

http://www.vjf.cnrs.fr/umr8606/FichExt/cparisse/JCLchris2000.pdf International audience Early morphosyntax is very rich and uniform in French-speaking young children. The present study aims to give a thorough analysis of the morphosyntax produced at the outset of multi-word speech, with a ...

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For a communicational analysis of international management standards in societal security

Juanals, Brigitte (mars 2012)

International audience Introduction This proposal presents a communicational analysis of international management standards in the field of private and public organizations. We study the new communication policies and strategies transmitted by these texts.this work (part of the notSeG project, 2009- ...

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Forms and meanings of intensification: a multifactorial comparison of quite and rather

Desagulier, Guillaume (2 nov. 2015)

International audience To capture usage-based relations between near-synonyms, I cluster collocation data using exploratory multifactorial methods. My investigation is restricted to quite and rather in the contexts where they intensify adjectives in the British National Corpus. I use correspondence ...

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