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Revista signos

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PERONARD T., Marianne  y  VELASQUEZ R., Marisol. Evolution of the Metacomprehensive Knowledge. Rev. signos [online]. 2003, vol.36, n.53, pp.89-101. ISSN 0718-0934.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-09342003005300006.

The aim of this study is to detect certain developmental trends concerning Chilean school children's metacognitive knowledge about reading, which was analized in six subdomains: knowledge about text and task, and about four types of strategies (plannning, evaluation, reading and remedial strategies). The data was obtained by means of a multiple choice instrument which was applied to a sample of 280 students attending 6th and 8th primary grades 2nd and 4th secondary grades, that is, covering 6 school years. The global analisis of the results showed a sustained increase in their metacognitive knowledge and the difference between all the grades sampled turned out to be statistically significative. A correlation test showed a very small lineal correlation among the six subdomains. Yet, when separating the results into the subdomains we found great difference in the rythm of development thus providing support for our analisis.

Palabras clave : Metacognitive knowledge; metacomprehensive knowledge; strategies; declarative knowledge; procedural and conditional knowledge.

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