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Réussite en littératie et capital culturel

Written by Étudiant :: [Sunday, 06 August 2017 18:46] Last updated by Kaitie Babin :: [Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:29]
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Year: 2017 Authors and Collaborators Devarennes, Hélène; Theme Social_capital
Education
Francophones Outside Quebec
Literacy
Culturel minority
Linguistic minorities
New Brunswick
Volume and number: , 45(2) Journal: , Éducation et francophonie Collection: , La littératie, tout au long de la vie City: , Quebec Publishing Company: , Association canadienne d'éducation de langue française Pages : , 214-233 Abstract All parents want their child to succeed in school, and this success includes the acquisition of strong literacy skills. What type of family context promotes success in literacy? Is there a connection between different societal environments and success in literacy? These issues are addressed in this article from the perspective of social reproduction and cultural capital. In other words, instead of looking at group relations between Francophones in minority communities and the Anglo-dominant group, we focus on group relations within Francophone minority communities. The Anglo-dominant environment has an undeniable influence on the Francophone minority. This being said, many students in Francophone minority communities succeed in developing strong literacy skills. Viewing the principles of teaching in a minority setting through social reproduction theory, it is possible to explain, at least in part, how for some children the development of literacy skills also requires them to learn a social environment, beginning in early childhood.