TACIT-Ortho : un logiciel en ligne pour aider à comprendre l'implicite des textes

Abstract : Understanding a text involve different skills, including the ability to uncover implicit elements from texts, that is, draw inferences. Poor readers encounter serious difficulties extracting implicit elements from a text. TACIT-Ortho (A French acronym for Adaptive Testing of Individual Cognitive Skills for Speech Therapists) is an online assessment software (http://www.tacit.fr) aiming at rehabilitating / remedying implicit comprehension difficulties for pupils from 7 to 14 and other patients. The tool incorporates a substantial base of exercises, that have been properly calibrated and hierachically scaled using an Item Response Model (Rasch model). The system makes it possible to submit to the patient exercises that are close to his/her ability, either adaptively or by arbitrary choosing items of a given difficulty level. Various attention-guiding options have been implemented for helping children to acquire and train comprehension strategies
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Christophe Quaireau, Karine Lavandier, Fanny de la Haye, Yvonnick Noël, Olivier Le Bohec, et al.. TACIT-Ortho : un logiciel en ligne pour aider à comprendre l'implicite des textes. Entretiens de Bichat 2016 - Orthophonie, Sep 2016, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01771951⟩

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