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Volume 30, Issue 1
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Abstract

Las habilidades fonológicas han sido descritas como elementos cruciales sobre los que se apoya el aprendizaje de todo el proceso lector. El objetivo de esta investigación ha sido medir variables lingüísticas, como las destrezas fonológicas, y variables cognitivas, como la memoria de trabajo y la velocidad de procesamiento, para observar si estas variables permiten identificar alumnado de lengua extranjera con dificultades lectoras. Se administró la prueba , en español e inglés, y la prueba neuropsicológica WISC-IV de medición de memoria de trabajo y velocidad de procesamiento a niños españoles aprendientes de inglés de 7–8 años de edad. Los resultados muestran una correlación estadísticamente significativa entre las habilidades de procesamiento fonológico en lengua materna y en inglés como lengua extranjera. La evaluación de la conciencia fonológica y de la memoria de trabajo ayudan a identificar a alumnado de lengua extranjera en riesgo de tener problemas lectores.

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