Aplicación del enfoque de Lectura Guiada para la mejora de la comprensión lectora en español en alumnos que participan en un programa bilingüe inglés-español

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Javier Romero

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Este artículo presenta los resultados de una investigación sobre la aplicación de unenfoque de lectura, llamado Lectura Guiada, para la mejora de la comprensión lectora enespañol de alumnos de Educación Primaria que participan en un programa bilingüe inglésespañolen Estados Unidos. Como instrumentos de valoración, se han empleado los nivelesde lectura y preguntas estandarizadas de comprensión para determinar el grado decomprensión lectora inicial y final de los alumnos que han participado en la investigacióndurante seis semanas. Los resultados muestran que los estudiantesque han tenido clasesde Lectura Guiada han mejorado su comprensión lectora más que aquellos alumnos queno han empleado este método. En este artículo analizamos estos resultados y debatimossobre la idoneidad de este enfoque para enseñar lectoescritura en español en programasbilingües. Finalmente, haremos una valoración sobre las implicaciones de este estudio yuna reflexión sobre futuras investigaciones en este campo.

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Romero, J. (2019). Aplicación del enfoque de Lectura Guiada para la mejora de la comprensión lectora en español en alumnos que participan en un programa bilingüe inglés-español. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, 5(4), 96-123. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2019.4060
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