2012
DOI: 10.1590/s2179-64912012000300013
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Abstract: OBJETIVO: Avaliar se o desempenho em provas de linguagem é preditivo do domínio ortográfico e da qualidade da produção escrita. MÉTODOS: Participaram deste estudo 82 alunos do 4º ano do Ensino Fundamental de escolas públicas e privadas da região Oeste da Grande São Paulo, na faixa etária entre 9 anos e 10 anos e 2 meses de idade. A bateria de provas e testes deste estudo envolveu a avaliação de vocabulário expressivo, tarefas de consciência fonológica e nomeação seriada rápida de objetos, ditado de palavras e … Show more

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“…Such deviations can be classified as: overextension, subextension, antonymy, deviation by contiguity relations, and deviation by morphological and phonological proximity 4 . From the early stages of literacy, the lexical development directly influences writing, as to write any word it is necessary to search in the mental lexicon 5 .…”
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“…Such deviations can be classified as: overextension, subextension, antonymy, deviation by contiguity relations, and deviation by morphological and phonological proximity 4 . From the early stages of literacy, the lexical development directly influences writing, as to write any word it is necessary to search in the mental lexicon 5 .…”
Section: Conflict Of Interest: Non-existentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To find this lexical representation, it is crucial both an orthographic as a phonological processing, as the two information are contained in the word representation 5 . Given these facts, it can be seen that both the vocabulary as the phonological development are important for the acquisition and development of the written language, since the phonological decoding enables the child to acquire word-specific spelling information 5 .…”
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