Dificultades en habilidades de alfabetización emergente en preescolares con trastorno específico del lenguaje. Revisión sistemática

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Nicole B. Vargas

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Aunque la investigación sugiere que los niños con Trastorno Especifico del Lenguaje (TEL) están en riesgo de problemas de lectura, la investigación sobre el desarrollo de la alfabetización emergente es limitada. Por lo tanto, el objetivo de este trabajo era revisar sistemáticamente la investigación emergente de alfabetización con esta población. Las búsquedas en la base de datos de 1998 a 2018 arrojaron cuatro artículos que cumplían los criterios de inclusión/exclusión. Los resultados sugirieron dificultades en las habilidades de alfabetización emergente en niños con TEL. Los hallazgos resaltan la necesidad de más investigación, especialmente en hispanohablantes.

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Vargas, N. B. (2020). Dificultades en habilidades de alfabetización emergente en preescolares con trastorno específico del lenguaje. Revisión sistemática. Ocnos: Revista De Estudios Sobre Lectura, 19(2), 17-28. https://doi.org/10.18239/ocnos_2020.19.2.2202
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