Estrategias de lectura para la enseñanza de las habilidades lectoras en las personas con TEA de alto funcionamiento


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El presente artículo investiga sobre las diferentes estretegias de lectura que existen para las personas con Trastorno del Espectro Autista (TEA) de nivel 1. En primer lugar, se lleva a cabo una revisión del término TEA desde sus inicios con Kanner y Asperger hasta la actualidad. También se ha realizado un estudio sobre diferentes autores que señalan la importancia de la lectura en las personas con TEA. El objetivo principal de esta investigación es conocer las diferentes estrategias de lectura que pueden aplicarse con el método global para fomentar la enseñanza de la lectura de las personas con TEA de alto funcionamiento. La investigación es una revisión bibliográfica sobre las habilidades y estrategias de lectura en el TEA. Para ello se ha realizado una búsqueda en inglés en diferentes revistas científicas de educación. Todos los artículos seleccionados trataban sobre la Educación Primaria y el TEA de alto funcionamiento. Los resultados obtenidos ponen de manifiesto las diferentes estrategias que pueden llevarse a cabo. Debido a las diferentes estrategias que se pueden encontrar y a las discrepancias que existen entre los autores, es conveniente que las habilidades de lectura en las personas con TEA de nivel 1 sean enseñadas con el método global y adaptando las estrategias que existen a las características de cada persona.


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Pinto Díaz, C. (2020). Estrategias de lectura para la enseñanza de las habilidades lectoras en las personas con TEA de alto funcionamiento. MLS Educational Research, 4(1), 57-72. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.29314/mlser.v4i1.299


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