Est-il nécessaire d’enseigner le sens du tracé des lettres en capitale d’imprimerie en maternelle ?

Abstract : This study focuses on upper-case letters handwriting learning in kindergarten children. The aim is to describe the stroke direction children use when they produce the letters and to compare it with the stroke direction that was taught to them during classroom lessons. The static and dynamic analyses of letter production showed that almost all of the children tended to use a stroke direction that reduces the number of penlifts, and that is different from the stroke direction they learnt at school. Their choice does not seem to deteriorate nor the velocity and fluency of handwriting or the global quality of the letter shapes.
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Florence Bara, Nathalie Bonneton-Botté. Est-il nécessaire d’enseigner le sens du tracé des lettres en capitale d’imprimerie en maternelle ?. ANAE - Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages Chez L'enfant, ANAE/PLEIOMEDIA, 2016, 27 (6), pp.582-593. ⟨hal-01763825⟩

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