Los conceptos de la p�gina impresa de alumnos de primer grado

June 1980
Reading Research Quarterly;1980, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p530
Academic Journal
ESTE ESTUDIO INVESTIGO los conceptos de la p�gina impresa seg�n la medici�n de Concepts About Print Test (Test de conceptos de la p�gina impresa) de Sand. Se dividieron uniformemente 60 alumnos de primer grado en 3 grupos: Lectores superiores, lectores medianos, y lectores deficientes. Cada alumno tom� el test Sand, un examen de 24 preguntas desarrollado para medir conceptos de la p�gina impresa. Se encontraron diferencias significativas entre los 3 grupos de lectores en la tendencia esperada. No hubo diferencias significativas entre sexos o relaci�n entre la habilidad de lectura y el sexo del lector. An�lisis subsecuente de cada respuesta del test Sand revel� que lectores superiores exced�an a los lectores deficientes en la direcci�n de conceptos de la p�gina impresa, conceptos de letras y palabras, y conceptos avanzados de la p�gina impresa. Se discuten los resultados en el contexto de c�mo repercuten en la conexi�n de la teor�a de precisi�n cognitiva y la habilidad de lectura. Con cautela, se se�alan implicaciones para la ensefianza.


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