El impacto de los materiales complementarios en el aprendizaje del idioma inglés y la conceptualización cultural de los estudiantes

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https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v11i3.694

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Materiales auténticos, conceptualización cultural, aprendizaje de idiomas, estudiantes de secundaria

Resumen

El presente artículo ha tratado de detectar el impacto de los textos complementarios históricos, noticiosos y literarios en el aprendizaje de las habilidades del idioma inglés de los estudiantes y su conceptualización cultural. Esta investigación es verdaderamente experimental. Los datos obtenidos mediante el análisis de cuestionarios y preguntas abiertas, así como la comparación cruzada de las medias de las puntuaciones de los grupos, se analizaron utilizando SPSS y Max QDA. Además, el artículo reveló las ventajas que puede tener culturalmente, a saber, participación, interacción social, cooperación grupal y conceptualización cultural con respecto a las afirmaciones de estos grupos sobre materiales complementarios orientados al género. También reveló la eficacia de los materiales complementarios en el aprendizaje de idiomas de los estudiantes y su conceptualización cultural. Mostró claramente la superioridad de los materiales literarios sobre los demás. Finalmente, reveló el mejor desempeño de las niñas en las pruebas finales en comparación con los niños. En general, los materiales complementarios tuvieron un impacto positivo en el aprendizaje de idiomas y la conceptualización cultural de los alumnos. Ayudan a los alumnos a comprender el aspecto cargado de cultura del aprendizaje de idiomas y los materiales lingüísticos. Por ello, se recomienda encarecidamente el despliegue de materiales complementarios y sobre todo literarios.

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2021-04-13

Cómo citar

Rahimipour, S. . (2021). El impacto de los materiales complementarios en el aprendizaje del idioma inglés y la conceptualización cultural de los estudiantes. Apuntes Universitarios, 11(3), 29 - 44. https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v11i3.694