How can we encourage 11th grade students to improve their reading comprehension skill in English at high school Jose Martí in the evening session during the second semester 2014?

Aráuz Valenzuela, Luis Antonio and Meza Molina, Marying Janery and Caballero Molina, Heydi Adriana (2014) How can we encourage 11th grade students to improve their reading comprehension skill in English at high school Jose Martí in the evening session during the second semester 2014? Other thesis, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua, Managua.

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Abstract

Currently, one of the principal assumptions that sustain the teaching of English as a foreign language is the privilege position it occupies as a vehicle for international communication. Nowadays Nicaraguans students have to be prepared to live in a world more open to progress, closer to different cultures and languages, going to the hand with the growing technology and economy etc., and this is achieved with foreign language acquisition in Media Basic education. “In addition to the lack of methodology to teach English in schools in Nicaragua, specialists in education point out to the needs of students to be autodidact that can complement the learning of the language beyond the lesson within the classroom” “The deficit of bibliographical resources and methodological resources affects the learning of English, according to the specialist in education, Mario Quintana, since he considered that the English cannot be taught without the books and other materials for educational support. …" (Castillo Bermudez, La Prensa, 2011) All this demand the necessity to have specialized teachers able to implement methods to facilitate the learning process of reading comprehension in EFL1, in order to have the students improve their reading skills. The methods for teaching English are very important to achieve good results in student learning, however, it is decided to speak and present the experiences and disadvantages found in the application of this research with 11th grade students on the evening sessions in the high school Jose Marti in La Trinidad, because although the methods have the best features and their realization was well-planned. Also should consider the character and disposition from the students, especially at this stage which are as we looked at students interacting together in this learning sessions. It was found that this topic (reading comprehension) is very interesting, because with the experience gather and the disposition of students at this level in the Institute Jose Marti, a greater awareness of the forms and processes that must be the most suitable for language learning in reading comprehension in English. However, the problems are very different from each other and also the problems vary according to different classrooms and social climates. To cope with these difficulties students need to make connections between prior knowledge and new information assisting the construction of meaning and comprehension. This is to ensure that the students build confidence and interest about learning to read English.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Additional Information: Seminario-(Teaching English as a Foreign Language)-Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua
Uncontrolled Keywords: Comprensión de la lectura Inglés-Enseñanza Inglés-Monografía-2014
Subjects: 300 Ciencias sociales > 370 Educación
400 Lenguas > 420 Inglés e inglés antiguo
Divisions: FACULTAD REGIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARIA DE ESTELI > Inglés
Depositing User: Lic Pablo Lopez
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2016 21:35
Last Modified: 07 Sep 2017 17:35
URI: http://repositorio.unan.edu.ni/id/eprint/1849

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