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Mabel Condemarín 3 – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. comprensión lectora. Copyright: © All Rights Reserved. Download as PDF or. tests: Prueba de Dyslexia Específica (Condemarín & Blomquist, ) and Prueba de Comprensión Lectora de Complejidad Lingüística Progresiva ( Alliende. Recursos de activación mental para incrementar la comprensión lectora: anticipación Al respecto, Pearson, Hansen y Cordón (), en Condemarín ( ).

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Understanding what is read in the scientific text analyzed here, despite the lack of a good adaptation of the original English version implies that the subject remembers what she already knows, to update and expand the conceptual network.

As we have pointed out in another study, upper-level students evaluated and monitored their understanding better; however, they developed metacognitive strategies when there was a significant intervention by the teacher III Congress of Anatomy of the Southern Cone, This was used by students to supplement other didactic materials, and had the aim of promoting a more participatory and active teaching and learning process.

Revista de Ciencias Humanas, Retrieved May 10,from: Retrieved September 28,from: The resource contained a set of recreated color images, which were reinforced by explanatory captions and linked to concept maps and comparison charts that organized and supplemented the information.

Retrieved October 12,from: The remaining gave the fragment appropriate titles, and approximately half of the titles given were complete.

The inconsistent element was added at a point followed by the two last lines of the second paragraph, and said: This information was complemented with interview data from other teachers different from the authors in order to know their perspective on reading comprehension underlying their reading teaching practices.

The test was given after the last partial evaluation of the course when, supposedly, there was greater interaction between students and textbook.

The text recognized a main or central idea and numerous subordinate propositions see Table II. Please cite the source as: In this work, a group of university students were evaluated concerning their competencies and deficiencies in the reading comprehension of a fragment of a scientific text used in one of their courses.

Most works are oriented toward the problem of comprehension in early and middle levels of education. This topic, proposed by the teacher in charge of the class, represented a previous taxonomic and evolutionary value concept which the learners had acquired in the course they had taken earlier as a prerequisite for their present class, and which they had to apply and integrate into their present course contents.

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Number and percentage of students who identified the main idea and the subordinate ideas.

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Retrieved July 3,from: All this integrates her prior knowledge with a support for the acquisition of new knowledge Areiza and Henao, ; Woolfolk, The cognitive configuration of an individual is built using her own conceptual structure and the semantic information she obtains from the world and the context.

A text is not read in the same way if the purpose is to pass the time as it when the aim is to identify main ideas, search for the best title, draw conclusions or make a critical assessment of it. The specific type of mental operations used by a good reader depends largely on the structure of the texts narrative, expository or scientific.

La computadora y las actividades del aula: Numerous studies have addressed the issue of reading comprehension from different perspectives and with different aims, such as diagnosing the predisposition of students to read Cadile and Cadile,analyzing and evaluating reading comprehension skills Otero, ; Macias, et al.

Those who did not take it argued that analyzing the text fragment was too time-consuming for them. Developing expertise in reading comprehension. Retrieved October 16,from: Santa Fe de Bogota: Students who fragment the information they get from reading find it difficult to select from their prior knowledge the most relevant elements to use in integrating new information.

El proceso de la lectura: The latter point out that the reader tries to find appropriate ways to explain the text and make sense of the information Quintana, ; when the new information is received, the patterns are restructured, adjusted and perfected. Retrieved March 17,from: The text fragment analysis results belonging to 20 students The contribution of the texts to the process of teaching and learning a discipline can be evaluated through criteria that allow its analysis and comparison.

Thus, for some educators, the computer is a tool that does not work to the extent expected in the overall development of language skills Greyback, Consequently, they are not able to analyze information in the text or activate the significant knowledge Benito, Estructuras y funciones del discurso.

Those who chose fewer than five words did so in an appropriate manner.

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Revista Electrónica de Investigación Educativa

They did not use their prior knowledge to recognize the structure of the text and reflect it in the summary. Many wrote their summaries using the strategy of copying extracts.

Inadequate control prevents the reader from identifying discrepancies between the scientific information a text provides, and inappropriate concepts the text may contain. In this sense, Areiza and Henao emphasize the fact that many cognitive and metacognitive skills involving complex mechanisms are deployed at the end of high school and even in graduate school. However, the impact the computer has had in our society has given rise to very different and contrasting opinions.

The problem could be related to the educational context and the capabilities of those who plan the goals and activities to be used on the computer. Among these, two students identified as inconsistent propositions that were correct, although one of the proofs did not contain the inconsistency. Spanish pdf Article in xml format Article references How to cite this article Automatic translation Send this article by e-mail. Four students wrote incorrect titles: In its interior are developed the organs within a large space, which allows them to function better.

The group is composed of a few competent readers, and others who still show themselves to be inexpert. The skilled reader is able to recognize the type of text he is reading, and in this way, updates and expands his network of conceptual schematics.

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Information, texts, comprehension, higher education. The specialists relate these issues to the low investment in education in all the countries of Latin America. Reading comprehension was understood as a process that relates content, text and inferences, and is facilitated by metacomprehension or metacognitive processes applied to reading comprehension.

Estrategias para los alumnos del nivel superior. The loss condemarln the reading habit in young people may be associated with multiple causes, among which are mentioned disinterest, lack of motivation, socio-economic decline, changes in values and advances in technology.

The results allowed us to assess the most frequent difficulties in processing information and in understanding what they read.