Pantalla o papel: la construcción lectora en contexto digital y analógico en hablantes de lenguas próximas

Translated title of the contribution: Screen or paper. Reading construction in digital and analogical context in speakers of nearby languages

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Abstract

This paper aims to delineate the importance of knowing explicitly the conditioning factors of the reading process from a contextual perspective (digital and analog) for an optimization of the learning process in speakers of related languages. For this, a quantitative test was designed to measure in a more objective way the construction capacity of a linguistic brain whose mother tongue has such marked affinities as Portuguese in relation to Spanish. Making a point of comparison between both groups helped us to know the level at which students use in a more or less complete way the information bias as an element of cognitive saving. The results of this comparison help us to affirm that there is a difference in both contexts and recommending, according to which situations, to use one format or another depending on our needs as teachers or as learners.
Translated title of the contributionScreen or paper. Reading construction in digital and analogical context in speakers of nearby languages
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)27-37
Number of pages11
JournalForo de profesores de Español como Lengua Extranjera
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018

Keywords

  • Perception
  • S/FL
  • Related languages
  • Digital
  • Reading

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