Les Méthodologies de recherche en orthographe : stratégies de rédaction d’une recension intégrative d’écrits scientifiques
Conducting a synthesis of previous researches an essential activity in research, but can be a challenge for young researchers. Indeed, the diversity of methodologies used in the identified primary research leads to different interpretations of the results and their significance. This article proposes strategies to adopt when writing an integrative review of scientific literature on an object of study, here teaching practices in spelling, in addition to recall the steps of the integrative review of scientific literature. Reflection on the contributions of types of primary studies helps to understand the contribution of research methods.
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