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Title: Developmento of task-based learining method in Primary Classes
Authors: Espino Oliván, Javier
Editors: Universidad de Valladolid. Facultad de Educación de Soria
Tutor: Sanz González, Nuria
Issue Date: 2017
Degree : Grado en Educación Primaria
Abstract: Keeping in mind the importance of making innovative and motivating activities, I am going to work with Task-Based learning, which consists of using tasks as vehicle to carry out the objectives of the classes in a communicative way. The use of these tasks is going to be combined with Content and Learning Integrated Language context which is the foreign language in a non-linguistic content based learning lesson. So as to carry out this combination I have divided the work into two main parts: Part I consists of a research based on information extracted from different sources which talks about what is task-based language learning. I will also give an explanation about what Content and Language Integrated Learning is (CLIL from now on). Part II; Once the theoretical part has been exposed, I am going to make the practical part. For carrying out the practical part, I am going to focus on the topic of “Numancia”, that is because this year it has been the topic of “the culture week” in all schools of Soria. So as to make it, I will design task activities supported by the tools and methods I have exposed before in the theory part. Lastly, the third part of the work is going to consist of making a conclusion reflecting the results of the investigation and giving my opinion about that. This is going to permit me to analyse if the objectives have been attained. This conclusion is going to take into account the self-assessment students are going to do at the end of the activities
Classification: Lengua inglesa
Aprendizaje basado en tareas
Language: eng
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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