Alfabetización Digital y hábitos básicos de autorregulación de aprendizaje de inglés como lengua extranjera en población infantil

Luz Dary Arias Soto
Yury Andrea González Gutierrez

Este es el informe de una investigación acerca de cómo un grupo de niños mejoró sus habilidades y micro habilidades de expresión oral y su autorregulación por medio de la alfabetización digital en su proceso de aprendizaje de inglés como lengua extranjera. El objetivo principal de esta investigación fue determinar el efecto del uso de herramientas de la tecnología de la información y la comunicación (tic) en la superación de la dificultad de un grupo de estudiantes de primer grado al expresar acciones progresivas de manera oral. El estudio se llevó a cabo con un grupo de niños de primer grado en un colegio privado de Bogotá. Los instrumentos utilizados para la recolección de datos fueron cuestionarios, una entrevista semiestructurada, grabaciones de audio y un formato para que los padres diligenciaran. Los resultados indican que los estudiantes mejoraron las micro habilidades de expresión oral, tales como entonación, pronunciación y extensión, además de desarrollar algunas actitudes básicas de autorregulación.

Arias Soto, L., & González Gutierrez, Y. (2018). Alfabetización Digital y hábitos básicos de autorregulación de aprendizaje de inglés como lengua extranjera en población infantil. Folios, (49), 177-196. https://doi.org/10.17227/folios.49-9404

Luz Dary Arias Soto, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional

Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, School of Humanities, Languages Department, Bogotá, Colombia.

Yury Andrea González Gutierrez, Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, Cali

Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, Cali, Colombia.

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Estudiantes jóvenes, alfabetismo digital, expresión oral, autorregulación, inglés como lengua extranjera

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