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Title: The use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes
Authors: Loor Moreira, Gina Lorena
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Arias Córdova, María Olivia
Keywords: Educación
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Ciencias de la Educación - Tesis 2012-05-07
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Loor Moreira, Gina Lorena. (2012). The use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes. (Tesis de Ciencias de la Educación - Ingles). UTPL. Bahía de Caraquez. pp. 62
Description: The theme of this research work is “The use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes” and its purpose is to describe the use and effect of supporting materials used for teaching children in EFL classes. The project was developed with children in 4th, 5th, and 6th grades at a Private Elementary School in the city of Bahía de Caráquez. The theoretical framework was elaborated with the help of bibliographical material. The instruments used were: data collection formats, direct observation forms, tables, and students’ survey. Visual, audio, audiovisual, realia and online variables were analyzed and compared. The methods that were applied in this research are the Qualitative and Quantitative. A comparison among variable was done. The results show that the white board was the supplementary material most often used in EFL classes. Different conclusions and recommendations were drawn from the information. This research demonstrated that supplementary materials were not only important in teaching of a foreign language but also these are essential and vital for the student to achieve the goal of learning English as a foreign language
metadata.dc.identifier.other: 371X2729
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metadata.dc.rights: openAccess
metadata.dc.type: bachelorThesis
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