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Título : Task Based Learning Approach to Foster EFL Learners’ Listening and Speaking Skills
Autor : Zuluaga Franco, Santiago
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Calderón Vargas, Diana Milena
Arias Patiño, Natalia
metadata.dc.subject.*: Action research
Desarrollo de la educación
Educational development
Escucha
Listening
Expresión oral
Oral expression
Enseñanza de una segunda lengua
Second language instruction
Método de aprendizaje
Learning methods
Estrategia de aprendizaje
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Fecha de publicación : 2020
Resumen : ABSTRACT: This action research project analyzed how the implementation of Task-Based Learning Approach (TBL) fostered students’ listening and speaking skills since students did not have opportunities for practicing these skills in previous years. The participants were 35 eighth-grade students from a public institution in El Carmen de Viboral. Data collection instruments included observations, journals, a survey, students’ artifacts, a focus group interview and a questionnaire, whose analysis was done through processes of assembling, coding, and comparing data to building meanings and interpretations (Burns, 2010). As results, the data demonstrated that students improved listening and speaking skills thanks to pre-task activities. Nevertheless, the main task and language focus activities did not contribute to the main objective of the study due to unmanageable changes.
Aparece en las colecciones: Licenciatura en Lenguas Extranjeras - Seccional Oriente

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