La enseñanza de la cultura a través de las películas en el aula de inglés como lengua extranjera


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Resumen. El presente artículo tiene como objetivo identificar consejos útiles derivados de una experiencia de investigación-acción en la enseñanza de la cultura con películas en una clase de bachillerato en línea. Para lograr este objetivo, se desarrolló una metodología de investigación acción, en este sentido, se diseñaron e implementaron planes de clase durante cuatro semanas a través de una intervención académica en estudiantes de primer año de bachillerato pertenecientes a la Unidad Educativa "Luis Fernando Ruiz". Los datos se obtuvieron a través de algunos instrumentos aplicados, entre los que se encuentran una ficha de reflexión del profesor, una tabla de observadores de pares y una encuesta a los alumnos para obtener sus comentarios. Como resultado, el análisis de los datos sugirió algunos consejos útiles para enseñar cultura con películas en una clase de bachillerato en línea, tales como: a) Dar instrucciones claras; b) Considerar la duración de las películas; c) Usar material didáctico para atraer la atención de los estudiantes; d) Motivar a los estudiantes; e) Seleccionar cuidadosamente las herramientas en línea; f) Dar suficiente tiempo para completar las actividades, g) Analizar la conectividad de los estudiantes; h) Tomar en cuenta el tiempo; i) Promover la participación de los estudiantes; y, j) Proporcionar alguna retroalimentación. Sin embargo, hubo algunas limitaciones, que estaban relacionadas con el número de clases impartidas a los estudiantes, el número de estudiantes que asistieron a las clases y los estudiantes que completaron la encuesta. A partir de estos resultados, se concluye que el uso de películas en la enseñanza del inglés contribuye al conocimiento cultural de los alumnos y refuerza el aprendizaje del idioma. Integrando todos estos consejos en el proceso de enseñanza, es posible enseñar cultura a los alumnos de forma motivadora, permitiendo alcanzar los objetivos de la lección sobre la mejora del conocimiento cultural.


Palabras clave: Películas, cultura, enseñanza de idiomas.


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Yugsi LLano, R., Cumbajín Ananganó, V., Cando Guanoluisa, F., & Arias Arroyo, P. (2022). La enseñanza de la cultura a través de las películas en el aula de inglés como lengua extranjera. MLS Educational Research (MLSER), 6(2). Recuperado a partir de https://www.mlsjournals.com/Educational-Research-Journal/article/view/769


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