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NARRATING MY ANECDOTES IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Carolina Gómez 20051165056 Diana Carolina Rojas 20031187026 Liliana Sabogal 20051165045. PROBLEM STATEMENT. OBSERVING STUDENTS LACK OF INTEREST IN LEARNING ENGLISH ANALYSING THE REASONS WHY THIS LACK OF INTEREST

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narrating my anecdotes in a foreign language
NARRATING MY ANECDOTES IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Carolina Gómez

20051165056

Diana Carolina Rojas

20031187026

Liliana Sabogal

20051165045

problem statement
PROBLEM STATEMENT

OBSERVING STUDENTS LACK OF INTEREST IN LEARNING ENGLISH

ANALYSING THE REASONS WHY THIS LACK OF INTEREST

WE CONSIDER USEFUL AND NECESSARY TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS IN STUDENTS`LIVES TO UNDERSTAND BETTER THEIR ATTITUDES AND TO PROMOTE THE MEANINFUL LEARNING ACCORDING TO THEIR LIVES.

research question
RESEARCH QUESTION

What does students’ narrations of their anecdotes reveal about their personal life experiences?

objectives
OBJECTIVES

Main

Toanalizestudents’ personal lifeexperiencesthrough

theimplementation of narrations

Specific

To determine whatistheimpact of connectingtopics and syllabuses in their personal lifeexperiences

  • Togettoknow more aboutstudents’ lives and thoughts
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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

LIFE EXPERIENCES

STAGES

WRITTING

NARRATIVES

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RESEARCH DESIGN

TYPE OF THE STUDY

Qualitative Case Study

Larsen- Freeman (1993)

Cohen & Manion (1995)

INSTRUMENTS

Students’ interviews

Teachers’ Journals

Students’ artifacts

SETTING

IED Eduardo Carranza

PARTICIPANTS

10 Fifth graders chosen at Random. Average age 10 -13 years old

references
REFERENCES
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  • Handscombe, J (1994). Putting all together. In Gennesee, F (eds) Educating second language children. (p. 129 – 158). Australia: Cambridge university Press.
  • Masson Charlotte (1925) in Andreola, K. (1994). The Charlotte Masson method. Retrieved March 12th 2008. From http://www.home-school.com/Articles/CharlotteMason.html
  •  McCarthy, Michael. 1991.Discourse analysis for language teachers. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 205 pages. 0521367468. Location: Dallas SIL Library 401.41 M123. Interest level: specialist.
  • Samway, K. D. (1992). Formal evaluation of children’s writing: an incomplete story. Language Arts, 64(3), 289 – 298.
  • Short (1996) in Diaz C. Yisel, Castiblanco T. Monica, & Laverde Nancy. (2008). Exploring Students’ life experiences and values. Bogota. Universidad Distrital. Colombia.
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