Michèle Minor-Corriveau is an Associate Professor at Laurentian University. She teaches academic courses in the Speech-Language Pathology graduate and undergraduate programmes. Research interests include standardization and validity studies among franco-ontarians.

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Publications:
Interdisciplinary Models of Teamwork in Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Augmentative and alternative communication is a specialization in speech-language pathology that aims to help people with complex communication needs. Multiple team models, from multidisciplinary to transdisciplinary, are used in AAC.

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Speech-Language Pathology: A Look at What Makes this Field Interdisciplinary by Nature

Communication sciences and disorders bring together many theoretical frameworks surrounding communication and cognition. Inherent clinical implications of this vast knowledge and practical efficacy will be discussed.

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Premature Francophone Infants in Northern Ontario as the Object of Interdisciplinary Research

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An Interdisciplinary Framework for Speech-Language Pathologists: A Closer Look at Bilingual Language Development and Its Disorders

Communication sciences and disorders bring together many theoretical frameworks surrounding bilingualism and the development of linguistic competencies. Inherent clinical implications of this vast knowledge and practical efficacy will be discussed.

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French Levelled Readers: Their Efficacy in Measuring Literacy

This research focusses on whether French levelled readers (GB+) are validated according to linguistic complexity. A detailed analysis of syllabic structure, syntactic complexity and lexical availability will be presented.

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Published online: May 26, 2015

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Is Student Achievement on Standardized EQAO Testing Reflected in Their Annual Academic Performance? A Longitudinal Study

The provincial testing program in literacy and numeracy has been developed in Ontario, Canada over the past 10 years. But does this costly process actually reflect students' academic achievement?

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Published online: June 12, 2015

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A Comparison of the Frequency and the Types of French Spelling Errors Produced by Students Located in Different Demolinguistic Settings

This study compares the types of spelling errors produced by students living in a French linguistic minority setting (i.e. Ontario, Canada) and majority setting (i.e. France, Europe).

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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