Intervenção precoce nas dificuldades de aprendizagem da leitura com recurso ao software Graphogame1

Ana Sucena, Ana Filipa Silva, Fernanda Leopoldina Viana

Resumo


Neste estudo avaliou-se o impacto de um software de apoio às dificuldades de aprendizagem da leitura – o Graphogame – ao nível das relações letra-som, consciência fonémica, leitura de palavras e leitura de pseudopalavras. Os participantes eram 57 crianças, a frequentar o 1º ano de escolaridade, falantes nativos do português europeu, identificadas como em risco de virem a apresentar dificuldades de aprendizagem da leitura. As crianças foram divididas em três grupos: (a) intervenção com recurso a software – treino com software Graphogame, (b) intervenção mista – treino com recurso ao software Graphogame e a sessões de competências pré-leitoras e leitoras orientadas por técnico de educação e (c) ausência de intervenção para lá daquela prevista no sistema regular de ensino. Os resultados revelam efeitos positivos de ambos os tipos de intervenção em relação ao grupo controlo. Revelam ainda um efeito mais pronunciado para o grupo de intervenção mista do que para o grupo de intervenção com recurso exclusivo ao software.


Palavras-chave


Aprendizagem da leitura; Software de apoio à leitura; Dificuldades de aprendizagem; Graphogame.

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