Some factors that affect the Teaching-Learning process in students of 7 grade English class, evening shift at Rosendo López High School in the city of Rivas during the second semester of 2011

Aguilar Montano, Hazel de los Ángeles and Moreno Mora, Deglis Antonio (2011) Some factors that affect the Teaching-Learning process in students of 7 grade English class, evening shift at Rosendo López High School in the city of Rivas during the second semester of 2011. Other thesis, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua, Managua.

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Abstract

The purpose of this work is to identify and determinate the influence of educational (teacher´s methodology, or style), psychological (students` attitude, and environment influence), and social factors (social-family problems) on the teachinglearning process in students of seventh grade, English class of a high school of Rivas city. When we think of second language development as a teaching-learning process, we need to remember that different students have different learning styles, that intrinsic motivation aids learning, and that the quality of classroom interaction matters a great deal. Students come from diverse backgrounds and have diverse needs and goals. With adolescent language learners, factors such as peer pressure, the presence of role models, and the level of home support can strongly affect the desire and ability to learn a little of English in the high school. Maximizing the learning results of our English students, certain issues have often focused on issues including language teaching, learning theories, teaching materials, teaching approaches and methodologies, syllabus design, etc. Little research has been directed to the topic of how the local educational/teaching environment has influenced students’ learning when the students are not English majors, but studying English as non-majors due to educational requirements and professional needs. This fact may at least lead to the result that local English learning problems remain unsolved for long periods of time. This paper looks into some causes that may have greatly hindered the effect of English learning for students in Rivas, since the role of English in the education systems is very important. The quality of education is directly related to the quality of instruction in the classrooms. It is a fact that the academic qualifications, knowledge of the subject matter, competence, and skills of teaching and the commitment of the teacher have effective impact on the teaching-learning process. Quality improvement in education depends upon proper training of teachers. The teachers cannot play any of the roles unless properly trained (Yadved and Singh, 1988). School environment, teacher qualifications, curriculum and instructional approaches, and many other factors interact to produce growth in student academic skills and knowledge

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Additional Information: Seminario-(Licenciados en Ciencias de la educación con mención en Inglés)-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua
Uncontrolled Keywords: Inglés-Enseñanza secundaria Enseñanza -Aprendizaje-Estrategias metodológíca Motivación Inglés-Seminarios-2011
Subjects: 400 Lenguas > 420 Inglés e inglés antiguo
400 Lenguas > 420 Inglés e inglés antiguo > 421 Sistemas de escritura y fonología ingleses
400 Lenguas > 420 Inglés e inglés antiguo > 425 Gramática inglesa
Divisions: FACULTAD DE EDUCACIÓN E IDIOMAS > Inglés
Depositing User: Lic. Martha Cortez
Date Deposited: 22 Oct 2015 17:11
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2017 19:30
URI: http://repositorio.unan.edu.ni/id/eprint/1169

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