Lectura compartida y estrategias de comprensión lectora en educación infantil

  • María Teresa Llamazares Prieto Universidad de León, España
Palabras clave: lectura compartida, libros grandes, comprensión lectora, estrategias

Resumen

Hoy en día, la lectura de cuentos es una práctica habitual en las aulas de Educación Infantil. Casi a diario, los niños se sientan en la zona destinada a la biblioteca de aula y disfrutan escuchando las narraciones que en voz alta lee su maestra. Es indudable que esta actividad contribuye a que los aprendices desarrollen el gusto por leer y se familiaricen con la lengua escrita, pero ¿hasta qué punto se aprovecha la situación para que los niños aprendan a ser lectores activos y estratégicos? Convencidas de que puede obtenerse mucho más rendimiento de esta agradable rutina, en este trabajo mostramos cómo la lectura de cuentos puede convertirse en una oportunidad para enseñar estrategias de lectura y, por lo tanto, para desarrollar, ya desde una edad temprana, las habilidades de comprensión lectora. Para ello, tras delimitar un marco conceptual, proponemos una secuencia didáctica de lectura compartida y dialógica y la ilustramos con ejemplos de una implementación llevada a cabo en un aula con niños de 4 y 5 años.

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2016-05-01
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Llamazares Prieto, M. T. (2016). Lectura compartida y estrategias de comprensión lectora en educación infantil. Revista Iberoamericana De Educación, 71, 151-172. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.35362/rie7109
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