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Polo del Conocimiento

Description of action based learning method for teaching English language

Miguel Patricio Bravo-Yépez, Sandra Paulina Porras-Pumalema, Martha Elva Carrillo-Pataron


 The objective of this research was to determine if the method Action Based Learning is valid in teaching- learning process of English language with ninth year students of "General Vicente Anda Aguirre" Educational Unit; since it was determined that the students are only receivers of knowledge and not active participants. Hence, a descriptive, exploratory, qualitative study was undertaken, through the application of a series of planned activities in an intervention plan, that the teacher applied with an experimental group of 41 students (15 women and 26 men). The students’ attitudes regarding the application of the method referred above were analyzed from the intervention plan. Observation technique through checklist were used to data collection. The information was analyzed and interpreted, it allowed us to conclude that the applied method is valid in the teaching-learning process of English language; since through the use of activities based on the Action Based Learning method, the students increased their participation and performance during the acquisition of English language, due to the good attitudes shown during the application of the method.

Palabras clave

Method; action-based learning; activities and attitude.



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DOI: 10.23857/pc.v5i7.1505

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