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Awareness about the communicative language teaching principles by English teachers, participants of the Master’s Program Teaching English as a Foreign Language, at the National University of Education Enrique Guzmán y Valle, La Molina, Lima, 2016

Awareness about the communicative language teaching principles by English teachers, participants of the Master’s Program Teaching English as a Foreign Language, at the National University of Education Enrique Guzmán y Valle, La Molina, Lima, 2016

... by English teachers, participants of the Master's Program Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) at the National University of Education Enrique Guzmán y Valle, La Molina, Lima, ...

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language through Volleyball

Teaching English as a Foreign Language through Volleyball

... Teaching English as a Foreign Language was carried out with a group of fifth semester students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, Recreation and Sports outside of the ...

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USE OF MULTIMODAL TOOLS IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

USE OF MULTIMODAL TOOLS IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

... teach English as a foreign language use various tools in their lessons in order to motivate their students; among them we can mention the use of videos, songs, video games, among others, that ...

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A blended learning course for teaching English as a foreign language in a university setting

A blended learning course for teaching English as a foreign language in a university setting

... in English within degree programs at a private university in Catalonia, where there was an apparent need for ...teaching English as a foreign language using the principals of the most ...

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Video Games: Their Influence on English as a Foreign Language Vocabulary Acquisition

Video Games: Their Influence on English as a Foreign Language Vocabulary Acquisition

... second language; specifically, we intend to explain how they can be a meaningful tool to acquire vocabulary in English as a foreign language ...

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Young learners learning english as a foreign language through storytelling

Young learners learning english as a foreign language through storytelling

... All children worked excited, although there were some problems, because a child didn’t want to cut and he wanted to pasted the image, he became angry and said " I do nothing", in Spanish. A girl didn't want to ...

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Teaching English as a foreign language in accordance with Social-constructivist pedagogy

Teaching English as a foreign language in accordance with Social-constructivist pedagogy

... target language is restricted to 2 or 3 sessions per week, as dictated by the conditions charactering school subjects, (as opposed to ESL learners, who have a more abundant contact with the ...

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Colombian sign language as a didactic strategy to english as a foreign language learning and teaching.

Colombian sign language as a didactic strategy to english as a foreign language learning and teaching.

... a language teaching method built around the coordination of speech and action; it attempts to teach language through physical motor ...native language ” (Richards and Rodgers 2001, ...1940 as ...

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English as a foreign language: speech acts and greetings by saudi learners

English as a foreign language: speech acts and greetings by saudi learners

... of English from four different instruction settings: two US–based university intensive–English programmes; a university in Lithuania and a university in ...college English students in certain speech ...

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Native language interference in learning English as a foreign language: an analysis of written material produced by Spanish speaking students in senior high school classes.

Native language interference in learning English as a foreign language: an analysis of written material produced by Spanish speaking students in senior high school classes.

... that language learners sometimes use their native language when generating ideas and attending to details (Friedlander, ...1997). As a result, erroneous predictions about students' learning based on ...

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The integration of faith and learning in teaching english as a foreign language

The integration of faith and learning in teaching english as a foreign language

... learners English requires one to know the characteristics of children of that age group, and how they learn most ...and as such, understanding the differences will be important to successful ...

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language: A Cognitive Perspective

Teaching English as a Foreign Language: A Cognitive Perspective

... activity. As a result, students’ versions oscillate between a perfective and an imperfec- tive rendering (Me fui de la realidad por un momento ...mean as much to Spanish speakers as to English ...

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Teaching the Vowels of English to Spanish Students : some suggestions

Teaching the Vowels of English to Spanish Students : some suggestions

... second language learning. In the case of English vowels, for example, this feature is central because its phonological system lacks clear connections between spelling and ...of English as a ...

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English as a foreign language pre-reading skills readiness at Kindergarten level

English as a foreign language pre-reading skills readiness at Kindergarten level

... The objective of the research was to demonstrate how phonics instruction is part of the reading readiness process, which requires different activities to provide deeper understanding and mastering of the skill. Using ...

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Native language interference in learning English as a foreign language: an analysis of written material produced by spanish speaking students in Senior High school classes.

Native language interference in learning English as a foreign language: an analysis of written material produced by spanish speaking students in Senior High school classes.

... known as Language Acquisition Device ...a language is ...native language. This means that formal teaching of a language is not necessary and it can be easily seen when children start ...

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Speaking Practice Using Web 2.0 Technologies Tefl.

Speaking Practice Using Web 2.0 Technologies Tefl.

... Teaching English as a Foreign Language at Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia, UNAD, in Bogotá by observing the Pedagogical Practices, based on Web ...favorable as well as ...

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Native Language Interference in the Spoken Target Language: A Case Study of three (3) Speakers of English as a Foreing Language

Native Language Interference in the Spoken Target Language: A Case Study of three (3) Speakers of English as a Foreing Language

... 113 position for an hour. It´s amazing, so that is why they have very strong legs. And you can see like people who are 90 or 94 years old they can go down very easily. They have no problem. Here our parents they are like ...

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English language acquisition as a foreign language in two primary schools in the european context

English language acquisition as a foreign language in two primary schools in the european context

... a language teaching method established between the conexion of speech and action; it tries to teach language trough physical (motor) ...pedagogy, as well as on language teaching ...

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Teenagers' thoughts about their cultural identity through english writing

Teenagers' thoughts about their cultural identity through english writing

... tools as blogs for L2 but in learning, it has not been found so ...integrate language and culture that provides opportunities for students to learn about the not only the target culture but also their own ...

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Colombian English Teachers’ Professional Development: The Case of Master Programs

Colombian English Teachers’ Professional Development: The Case of Master Programs

... Spanish as a means for instruction in the English class or of textbooks for learners to complete ...exhibited as ideologies about the high prestige or certain curricular areas ...(e.g., ...

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