Sensibilidade precoce às combinações ortográficas entre crianças falantes do português europeu

Ana Sucena

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O objetivo deste estudo é contribuir para o conhecimento do desenvolvimento da sensibilidade das crianças portuguesas para as sequências grafémicas na fase inicial de aprendizagem da leitura e da escrita. Trata-se de uma competência sublexical de particular importância na aprendizagem da leitura e da escrita (Apel, Thomas-Tate, Wilson-Fowler e Brimo, 2012), constituindo-se como um forte aliado na escrita, já que permite uma alternativa muito menos custosa para a memória do que a memorização da forma inteira da representação ortográfica da palavra (Deacon et al., 2012). A investigação sugere que esta sensibilidade surge tão precocemente quanto o 1º ano de escolaridade (Danjon e Pacton, 2009). Apresentamos os resultados de um estudo longitudinal com quatro momentos de avaliação ao longo do 1º ano de escolaridade, realizado com 23 crianças falantes nativas do português europeu. 


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