No todos los cisnes son blancos

Autores/as

  • Agustín Alonso Crespo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22529/dp.2018.16(32)04

Palabras clave:

Sordera, Alfabetización, Lectura, Sintaxis

Resumen

En el presente artículo se examinarán algunos postulados de Sánchez (2009) acerca de la lectura en las personas sordas, para, desde ese lugar, proponer otra forma de analizar esta problemática. Las consideraciones de dicho autor se pondrán en perspectiva en función de lo que, desde las neurociencias, la psicolingüística y las ciencias cognitivas se considera como proceso lector. Se revisarán conceptos tales como alfabetización, conciencia fonológica, comprensión lingüística de oraciones, comprensión lectora, y su consecuente relación con los procesos de comprensión y producción de textos por parte de personas con discapacidad auditiva. Como consecuencia de ello, se tratará la incidencia de estas reflexiones en el ámbito pedagógico.

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Publicado

2018-10-23

Cómo citar

Alonso Crespo, A. (2018). No todos los cisnes son blancos. Diálogos Pedagógicos, 16(32), 62–71. https://doi.org/10.22529/dp.2018.16(32)04