Programa de desarrollo fonológico en las habilidades para el aprendizaje de la lectura en niños de cinco años

Luz Marina Sito Justiniano, Guillermo Vargas Quispe

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A study is presented whose
objective was to identify the effects produced by the application of a program for phonological development in the skills for learning to read in five-year-old children. The design is quasi-experimental and longitudinal, the sample consists of 35 boys and girls of 5 years. The data collection instruments were the Start of Reading Battery (BIL 3-6) by Pilar Sellés Nohales, Tomás Martínez Giménez and Eduardo Vidal-Abarca- University of Valencia (2010), the sociodemographic registry, the assistance program and the program for phonological development. The application of the program lasted six months and the results show that it has a positive and significant effect on children's reading skills, so it is concluded that the constant training of the child in the phonological aspect leads to improved skills in reading learning and reading skills are modified positively due to the application of the phonological development program, the most significant being the development of language, metalinguistic skills and basic cognitive processes.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)11-23
JournalRevista ConCiencia EPG
Issue number2
StatePublished - 25 Dec 2019


  • Phonological development
  • learning skills
  • reading

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