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Título : DIDACTIC STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE READING COMPREHENSION SKILL IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING - LEARNING PROCESS
Autor : Gracias Salvatierra, Teresa Mercede
Palabras clave : - DIDACTIC STRATEGIES, READING COMPREHENSION, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, TEACHING- LEARNING PROCESS..
Fecha de publicación : 13-ene-2021
Editorial : Ecuador - PUCESE – Maestría en Pedagogía del Inglés como Lengua Extranjera
Citación : POS.522;
Resumen : To analyze the didactic strategies to improve reading comprehension skills in the teaching-learning process of the English language, a descriptive qualitative and quantitative research was carried out at the “Nuevo Ecuador” Senior High School, in Esmeraldas, in 2019. The population was made up of 1.089 students and 5 teachers. The sample of this research consisted of 102 students and 5 teachers, the data being intentionally selected, as it was the author's workplace and was immersed in the problems of the research addressed. The methods used were analysis and synthesis and hermeneutics, with survey and test techniques. The results showed that most of students read when the teacher ordered them, reflecting that there was no adequate motivation to read information in English. In addition, there was little evidence of the students’likes to read aloud. Some students showed understanding of reading texts using dictionaries, with scanning as the most frequently used reading strategy. Despite their low motivation, the greater percentage of them felt more confortable Looking at pictures and reading magazines. It was concluded that the students needed to reinforce more strategies to understand texts efficiently.
Descripción : Tesis previa obtención del título de Magister en Pedagogía del Inglés como Lengua Extranjera
URI : https://repositorio.pucese.edu.ec/handle/123456789/2331
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