Contando histórias com realidade aumentada: estratégia para promover a fluência da leitura infantil

  • Angela Naschold Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
  • Sheila Balen Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
  • André Campos Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
  • Selan Santos Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
  • Michele Soltosky Universidade Federal Fluminense
  • Joseli Brazorotto Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
  • Antonio Pereira Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
Palavras-chave: Compreensão leitora, Fluência leitora, Realidade aumentada

Resumo

O objetivo deste trabalho é discutir o papel das tecnologias digitais no incentivo à leitura infantil. A compreensão textual de estudantes brasileiros é muito precária, e são necessárias medidas eficazes para melhorar esse quadro. Uma estratégia é fomentar a leitura desde os primeiros anos de escola, na esperança de que melhorias na fluência, na construção de vocabulário e no desenvolvimento de atração pela narrativa textual possam contribuir para a criação de uma sociedade leitora. Neste trabalho, discutimos e apresentamos uma proposta de utilização de uma tecnologia digital em particular, a realidade aumentada, que cria uma nova perspectiva de interação com o livro como objeto físico, para melhorar a fluência da leitura e auxiliar a melhorar os índices de compreensão leitora dos estudantes brasileiros.

 

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Telling stories with augmented reality: a strategy to increase fluency in children’s reading

 

 

Abstract: This paper aims to discuss the role of digital technologies in stimulating children’s reading. Brazilian students’ reading comprehension is very poor, and effective actions are necessary to improve this situation. One strategy is to stimulate reading habits since the early grades, hoping that improvements in fluency, vocabulary building and increased interest in narratives may contribute to the creation of a society of readers. In this paper, we discuss and present a proposal for the utilization of augmented reality, a digital technology that has brought about a new perspective for interacting with books as physical objects, in order to improve Brazilian students’ reading fluency and their performance in reading comprehension tests.

 


Keywords: Reading comprehension; Reading fluency; Augmented reality

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Naschold, A., Balen, S., Campos, A., Santos, S., Soltosky, M., Brazorotto, J., & Pereira, A. (2015). Contando histórias com realidade aumentada: estratégia para promover a fluência da leitura infantil. Letras De Hoje, 50(1), 138-146. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7726.2015.1.18394