Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills

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Autor Principal: Caicedo Ríos, Nilsa Alexandra
Otros Autores: Maldonado Chacón, Pedro Pablo
Formato: Desconocido (Unknown)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad de La Sabana 2017
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topic Pronunciación
Aprendizaje
Lenguaje y lenguas
Objetos virtuales de aprendizaje
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Aprendizaje
Lenguaje y lenguas
Objetos virtuales de aprendizaje
Caicedo Ríos, Nilsa Alexandra
Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills
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title Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills
title_short Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills
title_full Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills
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spelling ir-10818-319532019-12-09T19:46:38Z Pronunciation instruction and learning objects to enhance EFL learners’ pronunciation skills Caicedo Ríos, Nilsa Alexandra Maldonado Chacón, Pedro Pablo Pronunciación Aprendizaje Lenguaje y lenguas Objetos virtuales de aprendizaje 110 Páginas. El presente estudio de investigación cualitativa exploratoria en pequeña escala analizó el efecto de la enseñanza explícita de la pronunciación de las consonantes fricativas y el uso de los objetos virtuales, en las habilidades de percepción y producción de estudiantes de grado noveno de una institución pública. Esta estrategia fue llevada a cabo como un curso mixto que combinó cinco sesiones presenciales y cinco sesiones virtuales, en las cuales los estudiantes recibieron preparación explícita y ejercicios prácticos. Durante su implementación se utilizaron grabaciones de audio, notas de campo, cuestionarios y una entrevista en grupo para la recolección de información. El análisis de la información obtenida se hizo siguiendo las etapas de la teoría fundamentada y éste reveló que los participantes tuvieron avances significativos en la percepción y hasta cierto punto en la producción de los sonidos fricativos. Este estudio amplía el conocimiento acerca de la efectividad de la instrucción en pronunciación y el apoyo de los objetos virtuales en el desarrollo de las habilidades de pronunciación. Sin embargo, la influencia de esta herramienta digital no fue evidenciada explícitamente, según la percepción de los estudiantes la única ventaja mencionada fue para aprender pronunciación. Por lo anterior, se necesita más investigación en el tema para encontrar nuevas alternativas con el fin de resolver las dificultades que podrían entorpecer una comunicación efectiva 2017-11-10T22:08:34Z 2017-11-10T22:08:34Z 2017 2017-11-10 masterThesis masterThesis publishedVersion Ahmad, S., Othman, J., & Senom, F. (2017). 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