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dc.contributor.advisorTorres Rocha, Julio Cesar
dc.coverage.spatialBogotáspa
dc.creatorCañaveral Cañon, Faridy
dc.creatorCastañeda Serrato, Sara Yeith
dc.date.accessioned2016-06-09T14:38:53Z
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dc.date.created2013-10-18
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10901/8561
dc.description.abstractLa capacidad de escribir con eficacia permite a las personas para comunicarse. Es una parte central en el proceso de aprendizaje de los estudiantes y es una habilidad que requiere estrategias adecuadas que pueden ser adquiridos de forma gradual. Esta investigación se inscribe en el marco teórico de los conceptos principales de la escritura capacidad, los elementos más importantes para las actividades de escritura y diseño de algunos modelos del proceso de escritura diferentes para orientar la producción escrita de los estudiantes. Este estudio, basado en la Investigación-Acción, informa de los resultados del diseño, implementación y evaluación de una propuesta. Se llevó a cabo en una escuela pública con estudiantes de noveno grado que siguieron los pasos específicos del enfoque de proceso de la escritura: primer proyecto, el segundo proyecto, edición de pares y la versión final para escribir un párrafo narrativo breve. Su metodología incluye métodos teóricos como el análisis y la síntesis, histórica y lógica y la deducción y la inducción; métodos empíricos para diseñar e implementar la propuesta, y de recogida de datos se aplicaron tres instrumentos: Carta de la observación participante, cuestionario y una muestra de trabajos escritos de los estudiantes. Los resultados de este estudio indican la importancia de contar con un modelo de proceso de escritura con pasos definidos para guiar la escritura de los estudiantes en Inglés. La escritura es una parte relevante de aprendizaje de los estudiantes que debe ser desarrollada a través de actividades interesantes y agradables que implican los estudiantes en el proceso y para construir un hábito de la escritura.spa
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad Librespa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Librespa
dc.subjectCapacidad de escrituraspa
dc.subjectPárrafo narrativospa
dc.subjectPasos definidosspa
dc.subjectProceso de aprendizajespa
dc.subjectEscritura hábito.spa
dc.titleWriting process approach to enhance student´s writing skill in english in IV cycle of a atabanzha School (Bogotá).spa
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dc.description.abstractenglishThe ability to write effectively allows people to communicate. It is a central part in the students’ learning process and it is a skill that requires appropriate strategies that might be acquired gradually. This research registers in the theoretical framework the main concepts of the writing ability, the most important elements for design writing activities and some different writing process models to guide students’ written production. This study, based on Action Research, reports the results of the design, implementation and evaluation of a proposal. It was carried out in a public school with ninth graders who followed specific steps of the writing process approach: first draft, second draft, peer editing and final version to write a short narrative paragraph. Its methodology included theoretical methods as analysis and synthesis, historical and logical and induction and deduction; empirical methods to design and implement the proposal and for data collection three instruments were applied: participant observation chart, questionnaire and a sample of students’ written papers. The results of this study indicate the importance of having a writing process model with defined steps to guide students’ writing in English. Writing is a relevant part of students’ learning that must be developed through interesting and enjoyable activities which involve learners within the process and to build a writing habit.eng
dc.subject.lembTESIS - FACULTAD CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓNspa
dc.subject.lembMAESTRÍA EN DIDÁCTICA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERASspa
dc.subject.lembEDUCACIÓNspa
dc.subject.lembENSEÑANZA PÚBLICAspa
dc.subject.lembAPRENDIZAJEspa
dc.subject.lembENSEÑANZA - MÉTODOSspa
dc.subject.lembESCRITURAspa
dc.subject.lembIDIOMASspa
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