Comprensión inferencial de textos narrativos en primeros lectores: Una revisión de la literatura

Translated title of the contribution: Inferential comprehension of narrative texts in early readers: A literature review

Claudia Patricia Duque Aristizábal, Ángela Victoria Vera Márquez, Angélica Patricia Hernández Gutiérrez

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This article shows a literary revision about inferential comprehension of narrative texts in the early reading process; the main interest of approaching the textual comprehension in this population, is the result of finding that have been made about the relevant role that the way how initial reading approaches have in the life of an individual life and the fact of, although realize inferences is a work that the child has the hability from early childhood can be potentially improve if the adult that interacting with them facilitate the construction of reality using different strategies that permit to see the possible worlds that are subjacent to the obviously. If we assume that, to understand and interpretate a text is necessary to infer, and that this level of comprehension will facilitate the critical thinking and autonomous, most be an interest of different disciplines, include the psychology, contribute to the recognize of the cognitive functions of high exigencies involve in the textual comprehension, because of that will facilitate better ways of to interacting between subject and the context. This is an approaching in the marc of a psychological cultural and cognitive perspective into constructivist marc.

Translated title of the contributionInferential comprehension of narrative texts in early readers: A literature review
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)35-44
Number of pages10
Issue number6
StatePublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Social Psychology
  • Education
  • Literature and Literary Theory


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