Caraterização de Alunos Identificados em Risco na Leitura num Sistema de Triagem Universal

Paula Marisa Fortunato Vaz, Ana Paula Loucao Martins

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Este estudo, realizado no contexto de um modelo-de-resposta-à-intervencao, teve por objetivo comparar a compreensao leitora de alunos em risco e de alunos que nao estao em risco e identificar fatores de risco intrinsecos e extrinsecos. Participaram 82 alunos portugueses do 3º ano. Recolheram-se dados com uma prova de monitorização com base no curriculo e uma grelha de identificação de fatores de risco. Concluiu-se que, no inicio do ano letivo, a media de resultados da compreensao da leitura dos alunos que nunca estiveram em risco e superior ao triplo da media dos alunos que estiveram em risco durante todo o ano letivo e no final do ano letivo e aproximadamente o dobro; a taxa de crescimento semanal dos alunos que nunca estiveram em risco e superior à dos alunos que estiveram em risco durante todo o ano letivo; os problemas na articulação, o atraso no desenvolvimento da linguagem e a ausencia de experiencias de leitura a pares com os progenitores, destacam-se como fatores de risco. 


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