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Revista signos

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ARNOUX, Elvira; NOGUEIRA, Sylvia  and  SILVESTRI, Adriana. La construcción de representaciones enunciativas: el reconocimiento de voces en la comprensión de textos polifónicos. Rev. signos [online]. 2002, vol.35, n.51-52, pp.129-148. ISSN 0718-0934.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-09342002005100010.

This article presents an empirical research about the difficulties students with differential training in reading have not only to recognize several voices in an argumentative text and the relationships established among them, but also to integrate those voices and relationships in the text representation. The first section of the article outlines the distinctive features of reading comprehension taken into account in the research. The next section reviews the results of previous investigations of the research group led by E. Arnoux at the Linguistics Institute of Universidad de Buenos Aires. The results presented deal with reading comprehension of students finishing secondary schools and students starting their university studies. The third section focusses on the last investigation of this group. A multiple choice test to examine how students of the last year of four secondary schools in B.A. read a text in which the author presents his points of view over a subject discussing some others' is described. Implications of the findings are discussed then to establish differences and similarities in dealing with texts usually read in Humanistics Careers at University between students who have wide school experiences in reading and students with less reading training.

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