“PLANNED FOCUS ON FORM” APLICADO AL APRENDIZAJE DE LOS TIEMPOS GRAMATICALES CONTINUOS EN ALUMNOS CON NIVEL A2 DE UNA UNIVERSIDAD PÚBLICA DEL ECUADOR

  • Silvia Morales Morejón Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo
  • Andrea Tello Romero Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo

Resumen

"PLANNED FOCUS ON FORM" APPLIED TO THE LEARNING OF GRAMMATICAL TIMES CONTINUED IN STUDENTS WITH LEVEL A2 OF A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OF ECUADORRESUMENEsta investigación acción aplica Planned Focus on Form a un grupo de 31 participantes universitarios provenientes de sectores socioeconómicos medios y bajos. Los resultados evaluados corresponden a los tiempos gramaticales del presente y pasado continuo, las calificaciones obtenidas fueron analizadas con el uso de la prueba T test, la misma que demostró que PFoF ejerce una influencia positiva en estos dos tiempos a largo plazo. Además de las calificaciones, los errores más comunes a corto y largo plazo fueron identificados sobresaliendo problemas con la utilización de la estructura y formas continuas.PALABRAS CLAVE: Presente continuo; pasado continuo; A2; Enseñanza de Lenguas Extrajeras; aprendices.ABSTRACTThis action research applies Planned Focus on Form to a group of 31 university participants from middle and low socio-economic sectors. The results evaluated corresponded to grammatical times of the present and past continuous, the obtained scores were analyzed with the use of the test T test, the same one that showed that PFoF exerts a positive influence in these two times in the long term. In addition to qualifications, the most common short- and long-term errors were identified, highlighting problems with the use of structure and continuous forms.KEYWORDS: present continuous; past continuous; A2; Teaching of Foreign Languages; learners.

Biografía del autor

Silvia Morales Morejón, Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo
Economista. Magister en Enseñanza del Inglés como Lengua Extranjera. Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo. Babahoyo. Ecuador.
Andrea Tello Romero, Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo
Licenciada. Magister en Enseñanza del Inglés como Lengua Extranjera. Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo. Babahoyo. Ecuador.

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2017-06-30
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Morales Morejón, S., & Tello Romero, A. (2017). “PLANNED FOCUS ON FORM” APLICADO AL APRENDIZAJE DE LOS TIEMPOS GRAMATICALES CONTINUOS EN ALUMNOS CON NIVEL A2 DE UNA UNIVERSIDAD PÚBLICA DEL ECUADOR. Revista Pertinencia Académica. ISSN 2588-1019, (3), 01-12. Recuperado a partir de http://revista-academica.utb.edu.ec/index.php/pertacade/article/view/20
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