Fortaleciendo las habilidades productivas con CIRIPI: una secuencia didáctica establecida dentro del enfoque de aula invertida

Enhancing productive skills in EFL with CIRIPI: a didactic sequence established within the flipped classroom Approach

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https://doi.org/10.54104/papeles.v13n25.868

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método de enseñanza, habilidades, lengua extranjera

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Este artículo reporta un estudio de caso sobre una estrategia de enseñanza-aprendizaje en inglés como extranjera con 42 estudiantes universitarios del nivel A2. El objetivo fue determinar la efectividad de una secuencia didáctica que integró un elemento de la tecnología digital (sitio web) con uno de tecnología análoga (diario de aprendizaje) dentro del enfoque de Clase Invertida. Los datos se recopilaron mediante el diario de aprendizaje, dos grupos focales, una prueba de entrada y otra de salida. Los resultados mostraron que, aunque las habilidades productivas (hablar y escribir) son las más difíciles de desarrollar en grupos grandes de estudiantes, estas pueden mejorarse cuando hay una secuenciación dinámica de los diferentes elementos de la clase.

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David Camargo-Cárdenas, Data in Brief Journal

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2021-10-15
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Aguillón-Lombana, A., & Camargo-Cárdenas, D. . (2021). Fortaleciendo las habilidades productivas con CIRIPI: una secuencia didáctica establecida dentro del enfoque de aula invertida: Enhancing productive skills in EFL with CIRIPI: a didactic sequence established within the flipped classroom Approach . Papeles, 13(25), 28–45. https://doi.org/10.54104/papeles.v13n25.868

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