RELAÇÃO ENTRE LINGUAGEM ORAL E DESENVOLVIMENTO DA COMPREENSÃO LEITORA:

ALGUMAS CONSIDERAÇÕES

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18764/2525-3441v8n23.2023.23

Palavras-chave:

Linguagem oral, Compreensão leitora, Instrução de literacia

Resumo

Neste artigo, exploramos a relação entre a linguagem oral e o desenvolvimento da compreensão leitora, com o objetivo de demonstrar a conexão entre a linguagem oral e os elementos-chave da literacia: decodificação, vocabulário e escrita. Com base em uma pesquisa bibliográfica, discutimos estratégias que promovem o aprimoramento da linguagem oral dos alunos e, por conseguinte, sua compreensão e produção oral e escrita. Destacamos também a importância da linguagem oral ao ajudar os alunos a organizar seus pensamentos, selecionar palavras adequadas e formar frases coerentes, habilidades cruciais também para a escrita. Argumentamos ainda que uma instrução focada na linguagem oral é essencial para o sucesso dos alunos na leitura, pois, ao priorizar estratégias instrucionais que estimulem a linguagem oral, os professores auxiliam os alunos a expressar suas ideias, expandir seu vocabulário e desenvolver sua consciência fonológica e sua fluência.

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Biografia do Autor

Márcia Andréa Almeida de Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Pará

Professora adjunta da Universidade Federal do Pará, atuando na graduação em Letras (Licenciatura Língua Portuguesa) e no ProfLetras. E-mail: marciandrea@ufpa.br

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2023-09-17

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OLIVEIRA, Márcia Andréa Almeida de.
RELAÇÃO ENTRE LINGUAGEM ORAL E DESENVOLVIMENTO DA COMPREENSÃO LEITORA:: ALGUMAS CONSIDERAÇÕES
. Afluente: Revista de Letras e Linguística, v. 8, n. 23, p. 96–120, 17 Set 2023 Disponível em: http://periodicoseletronicos.ufma.br/index.php/afluente/article/view/21476. Acesso em: 23 jul 2024.

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Leitura e escrita: diferentes práticas e concepções