Fluidez lectora silenciosa, aptitud musical y lengua extranjera / Silent Reading Fluency, Musical Aptitude and Foreign Language

Palabras clave: lectura silenciosa, fluidez lectora, aptitud musical, lengua extranjera, prosodia.

Resumen

La lectura, y en particular la lectura silenciosa, interviene constantemente en nuestras actividades cotidianas y constituye una herramienta básica de acceso al conocimiento. En las últimas dos décadas han proliferado las investigaciones dedicadas a la relación entre música y habilidades lectoras; sin embargo, mayoritariamente son estudios en lengua materna y con niños. El objetivo central de este artículo es revisar las contribuciones científicas más relevantes que puedan determinar la relación entre fluidez lectora silenciosa y aptitud musical de adultos aprendientes de lengua extranjera. La falta de sensibilidad prosódica implica deficiencias en el acceso y la comprensión del texto. Los factores rítmicos y melódicos compartidos por música y lenguaje pueden convertirse en indicadores del desarrollo del proceso lector, justificando la intervención musical como potenciador del aprendizaje o sirviendo de indicadores preexistentes individuales. Tras analizar la literatura existente, concluimos que, para poder establecer si existe una influencia significativa de la aptitud musical en la lectura silenciosa de adultos aprendientes de lengua extranjera, aún son necesarios estudios que recojan datos de la fluidez lectora silenciosa de adultos en lengua nativa y extranjera junto a su aptitud musical, sus habilidades cognitivas y sus contextos socioculturales.

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Publicado
2018-09-14
Cómo citar
Legaz Torregrosa, H. (2018). Fluidez lectora silenciosa, aptitud musical y lengua extranjera / Silent Reading Fluency, Musical Aptitude and Foreign Language. TEJUELO. Didáctica De La Lengua Y La Literatura. Educación / TEJUELO. Didactics of Language and Literature. Education, 28, 161-184. https://doi.org/10.17398/1988-8430.161