Analysis of teaching-learning strategies to develop the listening skills in the 9th grade class of English in the afternoon shift at central Dr. Carlos Vega Bolaños Institute from Masaya in the second semester of 2016.

The purpose of this study was to analyze the teaching – learning strategies to develop the listening skills in 9th grade students. Data included classroom observations, teacher interviews, and student surveys. Findings revealed that students did not develop the listening skill, which affects the l...

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Main Author: Chavarría Jarquín, Ana Rosa
Format: Tesis
Language: Español
Español
Published: 2016
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Online Access: http://repositorio.unan.edu.ni/4205/
http://repositorio.unan.edu.ni/4205/1/1733.pdf
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Summary: The purpose of this study was to analyze the teaching – learning strategies to develop the listening skills in 9th grade students. Data included classroom observations, teacher interviews, and student surveys. Findings revealed that students did not develop the listening skill, which affects the language comprehension. Findings also indicated that the teacher applied the same strategies all the time during the listening class, that is, drills and listening of short dialogues. Research indicated that teaching-learning strategies developed during the English class conducted to the lack of listening skills, and the same time, there was not enough time to develop the competences in the English class. Results indicated that the school did not have Authentic Materials, Realia, Media and Didactic Materials.