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Carla Alexandra da Silva Moita Minervino ;Revista CEFAC 2015, 17 5

Autor: Adna Pontes Neves Lopes



Revista CEFAC ISSN: 1516-1846 Instituto Cefac Brasil Pontes Neves Lopes, Adna; da Silva Moita Minervino, Carla Alexandra PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS IN ILLITERATE ADULTS Revista CEFAC, vol.
17, núm.
5, septiembre-octubre, 2015, pp.
1466-1473 Instituto Cefac São Paulo, Brasil Available in: How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative 1466 PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS IN ILLITERATE ADULTS Consciência fonológica em adultos não alfabetizados Adna Pontes Neves Lopes(1), Carla Alexandra da Silva Moita Minervino(1) ABSTRACT Purpose: to analyze the estimation of ability in phonological awareness of illiterate adults.
Methods: forty four adults, over the age of twenty eight and of both sexes, participated in the survey.
The adults were divided into two groups, namely: (1) illiterate, and (2) literate in childhood.
The following instruments were used: Data on demographic data; Predictors of Reading Skills (THPL) test consists of tasks of rhyme, alliteration, and segmentation, administered individually and on a tablet.
Results: it occurs a significant difference in estimating ability in phonological awareness between the two groups.
It is noteworthy that the ability to rhyme in the task was significantly higher in adult literacy. It was observed that the task of segmenting words has been considered more difficult.
The results suggest a standard of skill, namely Alliteration rhyme targeting.
An interesting finding relates to the execution time of the task, it was found that there was a statistically significant difference with regard to the execution time of the tasks of alliteration, rhyme and segmentation between the two groups. Conclusion: when verified the correla...

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