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Jesús Alegría Izcoa
Université libre de Bruxelles
España
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María Soledad Carrillo Gallego
Universidad de Murcia
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Vol. 20 (2014): Didáctica de la lectura, Artículos, Páginas 45-64
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/12561
Aceptado: mar 11, 2015

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El artículo examina los mecanismos cognitivos implicados en la escritura de palabras en lengua castellana. Este tema ha sido ampliamente estudiado en sistemas ortográficos inconsistentes/profundos como el inglés y el francés, pero mucho menos en sistemas consistentes/superficiales como el del castellano. Los datos analizados sugieren que los dos mecanismos de escritura que constituyen la base modelo de la doble ruta: el fonológico y el ortográfico-lexical, intervienen en la escritura de palabras. En comparación con otras ortografías menos consistentes, la adquisición de estos dos mecanismos es más rápida en castellano. Este resultado es conforme a las predicciones del modelo de autoenseñanza. Complementariamente estudiamos otros dos mecanismos implicados en la escritura de palabras: uno ortográfico de carácter subléxico, basado en la frecuencia de regularidades ortográficas, y el otro basado en el conocimiento morfológico. Los datos a este respecto son escasos en castellano. No obstante, los resultados muestran que los aprendices adquieren rápidamente rutinas ortográficas basadas en regularidades ortográficas subléxicas, y que utilizan conocimientos morfológicos para escribir palabras. Esto muestra que ambos factores intervienen en la escritura en todos los sistemas ortográficos alfabéticos, sea cual fuere su grado de consistencia-profundidad. Las diferencias entre sistemas no parecen ser cualitativas sino cuantitativas. Además, todos los mecanismos examinados en castellano se adquieren más rápidamente que en los sistemas menos consistentes.

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