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Title: Readtheory as a didactic tool to reinforce reading skills to first bach students.
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Verónica Limones, Borbor
Authors: Ortiz Santos, María Alexandra
Yagual Yagual, Keyla Lisbeth
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2023
Publisher: La Libertad: Universidad Estatal Península de Santa Elena, 2023.
Citation: Ortiz Santos, María Alexandra; Yagual Yagual, Keyla Lisbeth (2023). Readtheory as a didactic tool to reinforce reading skills to first bach students. La Libertad. UPSE, Matriz. Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación e Idiomas. 57p.
Abstract: The work focuses on the analysis of “Readtheory as a didactic tool to reinforce reading skills to first Bach students”. A qualitative study was carried out where its focus was to collect information, ideas, or appreciation about the didactic resource already mentioned for the teaching-learning of a second language. For data collection, an interview was conducted where a small sample of ten students was selected, five women and five men, and one teacher, especially the teacher of the English language subject. Therefore, that process showed characteristics such as being very interesting and timely to improve reading comprehension. They also stated that this resource was suitable because it could not only be applied in the classroom but could be used at home as autonomous and independent work and at any time, they found convenient. This study aims to provide teachers and students with the necessary resources to help improve reading proficiency and thus create a more participatory and dynamic environment. This research work demonstrated that teachers and students showed positive attitudes towards the application of the Readtheory in the classroom. Above all, this type of tool motivates students to read and to become aware of their reading comprehension level and how they could improve.
Appears in Collections:Tesis Pedagogía de los Idiomas Nacionales y Extranjeros

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