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Título : Collaborative Work to Improve Writing about Daily Routines Using Padlet
Autor: Albán Defilippi, María Teresa
Correo electronico del autor: Defilippi, maria.alban@casagrande.edu.ec
Tutor(es): Miller, Kari
Correo electronico de Director, Asesor, Colaborador, Coordinador de Tesis: kalymiller@yahoo.com
Palabras clave : TESIS DE MAESTRÍA;CONSTRUCTIVISMO;ENSEÑANZA DE INGLÉS;APRENDIZAJE COLABORATIVO;ESCRITURA
Ciudad: Guayaquil
Fecha de publicación : 2019
Editorial: Universidad Casa Grande. Departamento de Posgrado
Citación : Albán Defilippi, María Teresa. (2019). Collaborative Work to Improve Writing about Daily Routines Using Padlet. Presented as Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Magíster en Pedagogía de los Idiomas Nacionales y Extranjeros con Mención en la Enseñanza de Inglés. Universidad Casa Grande. Departamento de Posgrado, Guayaquil. 35 p.
Codigo Interno : Tesis;2020
Abstract: The present research was applied in a public technological institute in Guayaquil and aimed at improving writing skills through collaborative writing using Padlet. Participants were 18 students enrolled in the first semester. The application of the study focused on a constructivist approach where students were able to share ideas; give and receive feedback among their peers and teachers; and, construct their own knowledge and understanding. This investigation took place over twenty four hours of classtime. It employed a quantitative method. Different instruments such as a pre, posttest, and survey were used to collect data. After the practice, students exhibited an improvement of about 11 points in the posttest compared to the pretest. The outcome of this study obtained an effect size of 1.22. Collaborative writing fostered a student- centered approach, since participants interacted with different peers, collaborated in the construction of knowledge. The survey taken from participants confirmed that students identified collaborative writing in Padlet as useful, and enriching. This research is addressed to teachers, and directors involved in the field of EFL education who want to improve their teaching practice
URI - Direccion electronica alterna: http://dspace.casagrande.edu.ec:8080/handle/ucasagrande/1843
Tipo: bachelorThesis
Paginas: 35 p.
Grado Academico: Magíster en Pedagogía de los Idiomas Nacionales y Extranjeros con Mención en la Enseñanza de Inglés
Aparece en las colecciones: Tesis - Educación Superior con Mención en en las Nuevas Tendencias en la Formación de Profesores de Inglés

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