Eficiencia de las tecnologías digitales en el desarrollo de estrategias de comprensión auditiva para estudiantes de instituciones de educación superior

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https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v13i1.1348

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Lenguas extranjeras, educación, lingüística, comprensión, tecnología.

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El objetivo del artículo es un estudio práctico de la efectividad de las tecnologías digitales en el desarrollo de estrategias de comprensión auditiva en futuros filólogos pertenecientes a instituciones de educación superior (IES). En la metodología. la investigación involucró la encuesta por cuestionario y la técnica delphi. Para el procesamiento de datos matemáticos se utilizaron las pruebas de Anderson-Darling, Cramér-von Mises, Kolmogorov-Smirnov y Shapiro-Francia, así como la prueba t de Student. Los resultados notan que el nivel de habilidades de comprensión auditiva de los estudiantes en los grupos de control (GC) y experimental (GE) es aproximadamente el mismo (52% y 56%). El nivel predominante de aprendizaje de la materia en GC y GE es umbral, lo que indica una insuficiente formación de los alumnos en esta dirección. En conclusion, el estudio reveló la alta eficiencia de las tecnologías digitales en el desarrollo de estrategias de comprensión auditiva de los futuros filólogos. Se comprobó experimentalmente la relación entre una alta capacidad para percibir auditivamente una lengua extranjera y el uso de herramientas educativas multimedia digitales.

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2022-12-15

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Roman, V. ., Bak, H. ., Horlachova, V. ., Pasyk-Kosarieva, N. ., & Dolynskiy, I. . (2022). Eficiencia de las tecnologías digitales en el desarrollo de estrategias de comprensión auditiva para estudiantes de instituciones de educación superior. Apuntes Universitarios, 13(1), 415–433. https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v13i1.1348