Reading comprehension of oral texts: training and stimulation through the interactive whiteboard (IWB) in kindergarten
This paper originates from the need to describe the interactive and communicative processes in groups of children attending the preschool, involved in a reading comprehension task through the functional use of a IWB . The goal is to experiment, by using specific methodologies and teaching aids, whether and how it is possible to stimulate and facilitate the development of inferential
skills through the active involvement of the student. In this comprehension
process the teacher’s role is of primary importance; in fact he rules the interaction among peers in the reading task, the participation methods and the involved
children’s actions. The results strengthen our project to foster verbal text comprehension by using pictures and audiovisual texts through the functional use of a IWB.
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