Discriminance of segmentary metalinguistic capacities in the spanish spoken language

Antonio Fernández Cano, Mariano Machuca Aceituno, F. Javier Lorite García.


A comparative study between good readers and poor readers The present study tries to establish the performance of a sample of 80 readers from Primary education (half of them good readers and the other half poor readers) in a series of 27 metalinguistic variables. The aim of this study is to go into the metalinguistic variables, which discriminate reading achievement, the factorial solution they offer, the degree of competence in those metalinguistic variables, and the degree or presence-absence of such abilities in untrained pupils.



Key words: Speech competence, metalinguistic abilities, reading, primary education, discriminant analysis, and Spanish language.

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