Estrategias para mejorar la fluidez lectora en estudiantes de educación primaria: una revisión

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  • Natalia Ferrada Quezada
  • Paula Outón Oviedo

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https://doi.org/10.12795/IE.2017.i92.04

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La fluidez lectora es un requisito necesario para una buena competencia en lectura. Su vinculación con la comprensión lectora la ha llevado a situarse en los últimos años en uno de los componentes principales de los programas de enseñanza de la lectura. En este trabajo se realiza una revisión de algunas de las estrategias más eficaces para desarrollar esta habilidad en estudiantes de educación primaria con y sin dificultades lectoras, señalando las características y directrices de cómo llevarlas a cabo en la práctica, tanto en el aula ordinaria como en la de apoyo.

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2017-09-07

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Ferrada Quezada, N., & Outón Oviedo, P. (2017). Estrategias para mejorar la fluidez lectora en estudiantes de educación primaria: una revisión. Investigación En La Escuela, (92), 46–59. https://doi.org/10.12795/IE.2017.i92.04

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