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Leer múltiples documentos para escribir textos académicos en la universidad: o cómo aprender a leer y escribir en el lenguaje de las disciplinas
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Comprensión de múltiples documentos. Síntesis del discurso. Escritura acadêmica. Educación superior

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CASTELLÓ, Montserrat; BAÑALES FAZ, Gerardo; VEGA LÓPEZ, Norma Alicia. Leer múltiples documentos para escribir textos académicos en la universidad: o cómo aprender a leer y escribir en el lenguaje de las disciplinas. Pro-Posições, Campinas, SP, v. 22, n. 1, p. 97–114, 2016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/proposic/article/view/8643290. Acesso em: 23 maio. 2024.

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En las últimas tres décadas, la investigación en el campo de la composición y de la comprensión del texto se ha ocupado de dilucidar los procesos cognitivos y los condicionantes sociales y culturales que caracterizan a las tareas híbridas que requieren comprender y sintetizar múltiples fuentes para escribir textos académicos. El presente artículo tiene por objetivo presentar una revisión de los principales resultados de esta investigación. Para ello, en primer lugar se abordan las diferentes representaciones que las tareas híbridas pueden suscitar tanto en los estudiantes como en sus profesores. En segundo lugar, nos ocupamos de los procesos de búsqueda, comprensión y síntesis de la información que implican dichas actividades, remarcando aquellos aspectos que la investigación ha señalado como más problemáticos para los estudiantes. Concluimos señalando algunas de las implicaciones educativas que se desprenden de la revisión anterior.

Abstract:

In the past three decades, research in the field of text writing and reading comprehension has been concerned to elucidate the cognitive processes and social and cultural conditions that characterize the hybrid tasks that require understanding and synthesizing multiple sources to write academic texts. This article aims to present a review of the major research findings To do this, first we addressed the different representations of hybrid tasks made both by the students and their teachers. Secondly, we deal with the search processes comprehension and synthesis of information associated with such activities, emphasizing those aspects identified by the research as the most problematic for students. We conclude by pointing out some of the educational implications that derive from the previous review.

Key words: Comprehension of various texts. Discourse synthesis. Academic writing. Higher education

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