Interacción profesor/alumno y fidelidad de la implementación: factores de éxito en la implementación de una intervención de lectura en español
Guadalupe De la Colina

Palabras clave

Investigación sobre la lectura
programa de lectura
lengua inglesa
estudio de caso
alumnos bilingües
relación profesor - alumno
Estados Unidos de América


El propósito de este estudio fue evaluar la eficacia de una intervención de lectura intensiva para estudiantes hispanos de inglés como segunda lengua en aulas de primero y segundo grados de un programa de transición de educación bilingüe, español/ inglés, utilizando un diseño de caso único. El estudio incluyó tres grupos de tratamiento en cuatro aulas, con un total de 74 estudiantes durante un período de 12 semanas. Las medidas dependientes incluyeron los puntajes de fluidez y comprensión en lectura oral. Se concluyó que esta intervención fue eficaz en algunas áreas. Esta intervención fue especialmente eficaz en darles a los estudiantes un avance inicial rápido y eficaz en su nivel de lectura. El análisis cualitativo reveló la importancia de la interacción del maestro con el estudiante y de la fidelidad de la implementación como factores importantes en la implementación de una intervención de lectura en español.


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