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dc.contributor.advisorPérez Gómez, Francisco Antoniospa
dc.contributor.authorRodríguez Torres, Juanitaspa
dc.description.abstractEste proyecto corresponde a una investigación-acción cualitativa de carácter descriptivo con estudiantes de quinto grado que no utilizan las habilidades orales en el idioma extranjero. El objetivo principal de este estudio es identificar y documentar cómo podría el uso de juegos cooperativos promover la interacción oral en estudiantes de quinto grado con el fin de desarrollar una interacción real en el idioma extranjero y, posteriormente, fomentar el aprendizaje activo. Para desarrollar este proyecto, se planifica una intervención pedagógica basada en juegos cooperativos, cuyo objetivo es desarrollar habilidades
dc.publisherUniversidad Pedagógica Nacionalspa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacionalspa
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad Pedagógica Nacionalspa
dc.subjectJuegos cooperativosspa
dc.subjectInteligencias múltiplesspa
dc.subjectEstrategias educacionalesspa
dc.subjectInglés - Enseñanzaspa
dc.subjectEstrategias de aprendizajespa
dc.subjectInteracción oralspa
dc.titleOral interaction through cooperative games.eng
dc.publisher.programLicenciatura en Español e Inglésspa
dc.rights.accessAcceso abiertospa
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dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Humanidadesspa
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dc.description.degreenameLicenciado en Español e Inglésspa
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