La comprensión lectora en el alumnado sordo desde la perspectiva de la Escuela Inclusiva

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  • Francisco Carrero Barril UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA

Keywords:

Comprensión, lectura, sordos, Escuela Inclusiva

Abstract

La comprensión lectora es una competencia básica que influye de forma notable en el rendimiento académico. Los procesos de decodificación y de comprensión oral son claves para establecer el acceso a una representación adecuada de los textos escolares. Los alumnos sordos presentan dificultades generales en lenguaje oral y además en el lenguaje escrito. A continuación se presenta una revisión de las investigaciones realizadas en los últimos años que ponen de manifiesto las dificultades de los alumnos sordos a todos los niveles de la lectura y especialmente en los procesos específicos de la comprensión de textos. Finalmente, se plantean algunas propuestas de intervención en la comprensión lectora, adaptadas a la diversidad funcional sensorial auditiva, dentro del marco contextual de la Escuela Inclusiva, con estrategias y técnicas concretas cuya eficacia ha sido demostrada a lo largo del tiempo.

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Author Biography

Francisco Carrero Barril, UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA

Profesor colaborador doctor del Departamento de Psicologia Evolutiva y de la Educacion de la Universidad de Málaga.

Máster en Psicologia del lenguaje.

Experiencia docente de 13 años en la Diplomatura de Audición y Lenguaje, Educación Especial y Grado de Logopedia. UMA.

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2017-06-19

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Carrero Barril, F. (2017). La comprensión lectora en el alumnado sordo desde la perspectiva de la Escuela Inclusiva. IJERI: International Journal of Educational Research and Innovation, (8), 200-219. Retrieved from https://www.upo.es/revistas/index.php/IJERI/article/view/2360

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