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Using Process Writing in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language



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La escritura es, a veces, descuidada tanto por los profesores como por los alumnos. Con demasiada frecuencia, los cursos implican un énfasis en la habilidad de hablar y la instrucción directa de gramática, sin embargo, prestan poca atención a las habilidades de escritura y más específicamente, a la escritura académica. De hecho, al abordar la escritura, los maestros pueden tener diferentes enfoques, uno de ellos es la escritura de proceso. El estudio actual explora la implementación de la escritura de procesos como herramienta para desarrollar las habilidades de escritura de los estudiantes en el contexto de la escritura de párrafos. Los estudiantes pasaron por cuatro lecciones y se utilizó un formato pretest-post test para realizar investigaciones y evaluar datos. La investigación de acción fue un paradigma utilizado para estructurar este estudio. Por último, la investigación concluyó que la escritura del proceso es propicia para habilidades de escritura más fuertes que resultan en párrafos más organizados y estructurados.

Palabras clave:

English, English as a foreign language, EFL, language education, language instruction, language teaching, second language teaching, second language writing

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