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Sylvia Defior
Universidad de Granada
España
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Vol. 20 (2014): Didáctica de la lectura, Artículos, Páginas 25-44
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/12560

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El reconocimiento de las palabras escritas es un requisito sine qua non de la lectura. Para su adquisición y desarrollo son necesarios una serie de factores y procesos que trabajen sinérgicamente. En este trabajo se examinan los modelos evolutivos, que tratan de explicar cómo se consigue su dominio, y los de lectura experta, que tratan de explicar cómo se ejecuta esta habilidad por parte de un lector competente. Igualmente, se abordará cómo se desarrolla el cerebro lector y los procesos, conocimientos y habilidades cognitivas asociados con el aprendizaje lector, lo que permitirá una mejor comprensión del desarrollo típico y de las dificultades en este aprendizaje.

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