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Title: The use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes
Authors: Revelo Andrade, Nadia Elizabeth
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Vargas Saritama, Alba Bitalina
Keywords: Educación
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Ciencias de la Educación - Tesis 2012-05-07
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Revelo Andrade, Nadia Elizabeth. (2012). The use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes. (Tesis de Ciencias de la Educación - Ingles). UTPL. Loja. pp. 106.
Description: This study explores the use of supplementary materials for teaching children in EFL classes. The sample included supplementary material used for teaching children in EFL classes in the 4th, 5th and 6th grades in a private school. Thirty classes were observed to determine and analyze the type of supporting materials used for teaching children in a school in Loja city. This study was qualitative and quantitative approached. The data was gathered through direct observation to EFL classes held in a private school to discover the type of supplementary material, in terms of quality, pertinence and appropriateness. Additionally, surveys were given to students and teachers to know their point of view regarding the use of supplementary materials. The results show that the supplementary materials most used in the EFL classes were: the white/black board, power point presentations, word cards and songs. The study evidences that there was little use of supplementary materials in the classes observed. This material was not varied enough, most of it was visual and auditory, and thus it did not address all the children´s learning styles
metadata.dc.identifier.other: 371X2777
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metadata.dc.rights: openAccess
metadata.dc.type: bachelorThesis
Appears in Collections:Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación

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