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dc.contributor.advisorBaracaldo Guzmán, Deisy
dc.coverage.spatialBogotáspa
dc.creatorVargas Murcia, Betsy Constanza
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dc.date.created2018-04-10
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10901/11704
dc.description.abstractEsta tesis trata sobre la intersección de Didactics y EFL para activar los canales de percepción para la adquisición de vocabulario. El investigador trabaja como profesor de inglés para la escuela secundaria, lo que requiere que los estudiantes obtengan una sólida formación en idiomas. Tratando de satisfacer esta necesidad, este estudio de investigación de acción se llevó a cabo para que los estudiantes pudieran tener la oportunidad de activar sus canales de percepción para desarrollar la retención del léxico en estudiantes de décimo grado. Esta investigación de acción cualitativa utilizó una entrevista, un formato de autoevaluación, una prueba de ingreso y una prueba de salida, y los artefactos de los estudiantes para obtener información sobre lo que sucedió durante y después de la implementación y cómo se sintieron los participantes acerca de esta experiencia, como recopilación de datos. instrumentos La implementación propuesta para los alumnos duró tres meses. La intervención se centró en una unidad didáctica que presentaba un equilibrio entre las técnicas de adquisición de vocabulario, los canales de percepción y los enfoques basados ​​en proyectos. Los resultados positivos obtenidos de este estudio resaltaron que la mejora de los estudiantes para que reconozcan sus canales de percepción les brinda oportunidades de aprendizaje y estrategias para adquirir, comprender y retener el vocabulario en contexto; al mismo tiempo, los estudiantes de EFL conocen la importancia de la adquisición del idioma inglés, así como la importancia del léxico al desarrollar habilidades comunicativas.spa
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad Librespa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional Unilibrespa
dc.subjectVocabulariospa
dc.subjectCanales de Percepciónspa
dc.subjectAprendizaje Basado en Tareasspa
dc.titleActivation of perception channels for vocabulary acquisition: a study with young efl learners.spa
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dc.description.abstractenglishThis thesis deals with the intersection of Didactics and EFL to activate the perception channels for vocabulary acquisition. The researcher works as an English teacher for secondary school which requires students to attain strong background in language. Trying to meet this need, this action research study was carried out so that students could have the opportunity to activate their perception channels for developing lexicon retention in tenth graders. This qualitative action research used an interview, a self-evaluation format, an entry-test and an exit-test, and student’s artifacts to obtain information on what happened during and after the implementation and how the participants felt about this experience, as data collection instruments. The implementation proposed for the students lasted three months. The intervention focused on a didactic unit that presented a balance between vocabulary acquisition techniques, perception channels, and Project-Based approaches. The positive results obtained from this study highlighted that enhancing students to recognize their perception channels provides them with lexicon learning opportunities and strategies to acquire, understand and retain vocabulary in context; at the same time, EFL students know the importance of English language acquisition as well as the significance of the lexicon when developing communicative skills.eng
dc.subject.subjectenglishVocabularyeng
dc.subject.subjectenglishPerception Channelseng
dc.subject.subjectenglishTask Based Learningeng
dc.subject.lembInglés -- Enseñanzaspa
dc.subject.lembMétodos de enseñanzaspa
dc.subject.lembAprendizaje cooperativospa
dc.subject.lembAprendizaje cooperativo -- Enseñanza secundariaspa
dc.subject.lembIngles -- Vocabulariospa
dc.subject.lembEnseñanza Ingles -- Ejercicios Fonéticosspa
dc.type.localTesis de maestríaspa
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