A relação entre memória de trabalho e competência leitora em crianças do 3º ano fundamental

Renata Callipo Fujii, Janaina Weissheimer

Resumo


Ler e escrever são direitos essenciais, que envolvem dimensões individuais e coletivas (UNESCO, 2005). No entanto, os transtornos de leitura e déficits em funções executivas podem tornar essa atividade árdua. Buscamos investigar o desenvolvimento da competência leitora de 43 alunos do 3º ano em escolas da rede pública de Natal-RN e sua relação com a capacidade de memória de trabalho, através da Provinha Brasil e de testes de memória de trabalho (AWMA – Automated Working Memory Assessment). As Provinhas Brasil dos alunos, participantes do Projeto ACERTA – Avaliação de Crianças em Risco de Transtornos de Aprendizagem (CAPES/OBEDUC) – foram analisadas e comparadas aos escores dos testes de memória de trabalho. Os resultados indicam que a competência leitora dos alunos está ligada à sua capacidade de memória de trabalho, principalmente no que diz respeito ao componente fonológico.


Palavras-chave


Transtornos de leitura; Memória de trabalho; Provinha Brasil.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15448/1984-4301.2017.2.26437

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