El uso de los sentimientos dentro de la clase de Lengua Extranjera para mejorar la habilidad escrita mediante el uso de Talleres de Escritura de Historias

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Lina Paola Pinto Pérez

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Este trabajo pretende analizar el papel que juegan los sentimientos y emociones cuando son traídos dentro del salón de clase de la lengua extranjera, inglés con estudiantes de grado octavo. Los estudiantes fueron alentados a dejar aflorar sus sentimientos y emociones a través del desarrollo de diez talleres basados en la escritura de historias cortas a partir de sus propias experiencias de vida. Los resultados dejaron ver cómo los sentimientos y las emociones son una parte de los estudiantes que no puede ser evitada en el proceso de enseñanza- aprendizaje, porque son parte de su desempeño en el salón de clase. También se concluye que el aprendizaje auto-dirigido y un ambiente positivo en el aula de clase son parte de la influencia observada al tomar esta parte emocional de los estudiantes dentro del salón de clase durante el aprendizaje de la lengua extranjera inglés.

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