Saber leer

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La educación recibida y la gran cantidad de comunicaciones escritas que se obtienen a diario en una sociedad globalizada no garantizan que los lectores sean capaces de interpretar los escritos de forma correcta. En su caso ¿está seguro de entender bien lo que lee? ¿Es capaz de recordar lo que ha leído y contarlo con otras palabras? ¿Podría sintetizar los puntos más importantes de un texto?
Saber leer se ha convertido en una habilidad imprescindible hoy día. Los formatos ...
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Overview

La educación recibida y la gran cantidad de comunicaciones escritas que se obtienen a diario en una sociedad globalizada no garantizan que los lectores sean capaces de interpretar los escritos de forma correcta. En su caso ¿está seguro de entender bien lo que lee? ¿Es capaz de recordar lo que ha leído y contarlo con otras palabras? ¿Podría sintetizar los puntos más importantes de un texto?
Saber leer se ha convertido en una habilidad imprescindible hoy día. Los formatos digitales traen consigo modos de lectura diferentes y desafían al lector a participar en nuevas estrategias en las que es protagonista.
Saber leer completa la trilogía iniciada con Saber escribir y Saber hablar: una obra divulgativa que se dirige a un público amplio, a personas interesadas en los procesos, en la comprensión y en el aprendizaje de la lectura. Gracias a ella aprenderemos las estrategias necesarias para enfrentarnos a todo tipo de textos, cómo desarrollar un pensamiento crítico a través de la lectura y la relación de ésta con la escritura, los procesos de comunicación, el aprendizaje y la memoria. Descubra en estas páginas cómo leer líneas y entrelíneas
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788403100886
  • Publisher: Aguilar
  • Publication date: 1/5/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 244
  • Sales rank: 1,461,817
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    Slenderbro

    Good but not scary.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2013

    Wow.....

    Cool. Not scared though. It can be avoided if you just dismiss it and get a new nook. And im not on a nook.... im on a tablet >:D

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    Posted September 3, 2013

    The Funeral: Creepypasta by Gargamel.

    I know the following because my friend tried it. If you ever put the first five prime numbers into the search bar of any nook, be warned: you must never use that nook again. If you do, the first thing you will notice is that the wifi is weaker than usual. If you search something, it may take you to a random book instead. Now, when this happened to my friend, he asked about the problem in a live chat with someone from B&N. After describing what was wrong with the nook, the customer service person responded "I'm sorry for what will happen. I'll try to make it to the funeral. Goodbye." The chat wasthen ended. My friend, who was a little weirded out, decided to call customer service over the phone. But after describing the problem, the person on the other end said "Oh, dear. My condolences. Where will the funeral be held?" The line went dead. My friend was beyond weirded out and into freaked out. He tried to search something on his nook again, but no matter what he put into the search box, it would always take him to books under the title of "The funeral will be at 1227 Elm St." He then connected his nook to his computer. That was his biggest mistake yet. He immediatly got a text message saying "The fnral is at 1227 Elm St." He also got an email with the same text. Every five minutes, he would get another text messge with the same message. He googled 1227 Elm St. In the place where he lived. Sure enough, it was a graveyard. From that point on, his homepage would always be this google search. And when he tried to google anything else, he would get a text message and an email both saying "The funeral is in a week." For the next six days, he got repetative emails and text. The emails and texts kept counting down. Three days after the day he hooked his nook up to a computer, A man knocked at my friend's door. My friend opened the door to see an undertaker standing there. The undertaker said "Oh, you are still here. I must be too early." He turned around and left. My friend called out to him "Too early for what??" Even though he knew what the answer would be. The undertaker called back "The funeral, of course." My friend was in hysterics. He tried to call a psychiatrist to get help, but the line was out. He began to see funeral references everywhere. He was afraid that he would be the one to kill someone. He locked himself in his house. Four days after the visit from the undertaker, my friend became so insane, he commited suicide.<bt>His funeral was held at the graveyard on 1227 Elm St.

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