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Title: Activitats multisensorials en un alumne dislèctic per afavorir la lectura, l'autoestima i l'autoconcepte
Author: Riambau Jiménez, Judith
Tutor: Illamola Gómez, Cristina
Keywords: learning disorders
dyslexia
multisensory intervention
self-esteem
self-concept
Issue Date: Feb-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to favour the reading skills, the self-esteem and the self-concept of a dyslexic pupil attending the third grade of primary school through a multisensory intervention. For this reason, it is based on the implementation of multisensory activities, that is to say, that involve the use of the senses. Before planning the intervention, an initial intervention was carried out by providing the reading part of the TALEC test and a text of reading fluency of the Galí pedagogical tests in order to detect the child's reading difficulties, and a questionnaire of self-esteem and self-concept created ad hoc to identify his level of self-esteem and self-concept. The intervention has been planned taking into account the student's reading problems, which were identified during the initial evaluation, and it has been carried out in eight sessions in which the phonemic awareness and phoneme-grapheme correspondence rules have been reinforced, and fluidity and reading comprehension have also been practised. The results of the study, obtained by providing the same tests applied at the initial evaluation, show the effectiveness of the multisensory method in improving the student's reading, as well as an increase in his self-esteem and self-concept. In addition, through the implementation of a questionnaire - also created ad hoc - which was completed during each session to assess the pupil's progress and attitude, an improvement regarding both aspects has been observed throughout the intervention. Therefore, the main conclusion of this study is that the multisensory intervention favours the reading skills, the self-esteem and the self-concept of dyslexic learners.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/101026
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