Indentification of class activities in introductory english courses in the university program of languages at UQROO.
DE LEON CAMPOS, RITA MARIA
VAZQUEZ CASTRO, ROMMEL
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English Teaching Methods have been spread around the world and employed by different educational institutions and teachers. This thesis presents the description of class activities inside the classrooms where English Language is being taught in its preliminary phase. Having found these activities, they were related to ten language teaching methods commonly used through the history of language teaching. The study was done specifically with students of introductory English level (INTRO) at the University of Quintana Roo. Both students and teachers were asked to answer a questionnaire, which contained a list of the most representative class activities of each method. The answers were arranged in frequency options e.g. Always, Sometimes, Never, etc. In this way they could choose according to how often they carried out the class activities. Those activities with the highest percentages were selected to determine the predominance of the methods. Quantities lower than 50% percent were not taken finto consideration. In addition to that way to collect data, classroom observations were done with the purpose of confirming the questionnaire results.
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