Lectura en L2: Estrategias y preferencias de género en la clase de lengua extranjera

Silvia M. Peart

Resumen

La comprensión lectora en una L2 y el desarrollo de estrategias que fomenten el progreso en la adquisición de la lengua extranjera de los estudiantes son fundamentales para los aprendices y los profesores. A partir de las recientes investigaciones sobre estrategias de lectura y género, este artículo analiza las tendencias existentes y emergentes sobre el uso de estrategias específicas de lectura en relación con las preferencias de género, y se proponen recomendaciones pedagógicas que abordan las necesidades de cada género manteniendo el salón de clase equilibrado y libre de sesgos de género.


Palabras clave

enseñanza de la comprensión lectora en una L2; estrategias de lectura; preferencias de género; estrategias cognitivas y metacognitivas

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