Trabajo Final de Graduación
para optar al grado de:
LICENCIATURA EN LA ENSEÑANZA DEL
INGLÉS

Sustentantes: Richard Zúñiga ...
World
language

Costa
Rica
reality

Jianling
Peng

Melinda
Roberts

Julie
Mathews,
Aydinli
and
Regina
Van
Horne
JUSTIFICATION
INSTITUTION
PROBLEM
GENERAL OBJECTIVE
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
1.
2.
3.

4.

5.

To list some factors that influence the learning
process in a multilevel class.
To i...
VARIABLES
Factors
English Levels
Teaching Process
Cooperative L. L. Approach

Strategies
METHODOLOGICAL
FRAMEWORK
Method
Type
Subjects

• Empirical and Analytical
• Exploratory and Descriptive
Research
• Seven G...
INSTRUMENTS
Questionnaire
Check List
Check List
Survey
Questionnaire

Survey
Students who had received English
Lessons in elementary school

24%

YES

76%

NO
Amount of years attending
to English Lessons
26%
46%

15%
13%

6 years
5 years
4 years
Less than 4 years
Understanding of Familiar Names,
Words and Simple Sentences
16
14
12
10
8

Number of students

6
4
2
0
almost always

some...
Ability to Interact in Simple Conversations
12

10

8

6

Number of students

4

2

0

always

almost always

sometimes

r...
Students in class participation

33%

67%

Sometimes

Rarely
DIFFERENCES FOUND IN SEVENTH GRADE
STUDENTS' ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH
LANGUAGE DUE TO USE OF COOPERATIVE
LEARNING
1.2

1

0....
What Cooperative Learning Is?
2.5

2

1.5

1

0.5

0
An approach

A strategy

No answer
CLASS ACTIVITIES ARE
INTERESTING
NO DECIDED
6%

AGREE
32%

TOTALLY DISAGREE
6%

TOTALLY AGREE
56%
DO STUDENTS FEEL MOTIVATED TO LEARN AND
USE ENGLISH WITH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGREE
29%

TOTALLY AGREE
71%
ACTIVITIES, ACTIONS, MATERIALS, OR
STRATEGIES THAT WORK BEST FOR THE
STUDENTS
DIBUJOS
9%

EXPLICACIÓN
9%
JUEGOS-VIDEOS
38%...
CONCLUSIONS
 Incomplete

English Learning Process at School
 No Contact with English
 Few Time Dedicated to Study
 Dif...
RECOMMENDATIONS
 More

English Teachers
 Motivate Students
 Opportunities of English Courses
 Reinforcement Lessons
 ...
PROPOSAL

“DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERINSTITUTIONAL COOPERATION
MODEL AND A SET OF TECHNIQUES
TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF THE
MULT...
GENERAL OBJECTIVE
To develop a cooperative inter-institutional
model and a set of techniques that can help to improve the ...
Techniques
UNDERSTAND
STUDENTS
LEVELS (USL)

TEACHING
MIXED
ABILITY
LANGUAGE
(TMAL)

INTERINSTITUTIONAL
COOPERATIVE MODEL
...
BUDGET


$8.500 to $11.000

INITIAL
INVESTMENT


$1000

IMPACT


Academic



Economical
DERIVED STUDIES
1. Differences among
public and private
education.

3. The advantage
of include English
for conversation
i...
UNIQUE AND INNOVATIVE

No programs of cooperation among schools and universities regarding the
use of the TCU to give Engl...
PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING PROCESS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF A MULTILEVEL ENGLISH CLASS IN SEVENTH GRADE AT TUCURRIQUE...
PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING PROCESS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF A MULTILEVEL ENGLISH CLASS IN SEVENTH GRADE AT TUCURRIQUE...
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PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING PROCESS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF A MULTILEVEL ENGLISH CLASS IN SEVENTH GRADE AT TUCURRIQUE HIGH SCHOOL

  1. 1. Trabajo Final de Graduación para optar al grado de: LICENCIATURA EN LA ENSEÑANZA DEL INGLÉS Sustentantes: Richard Zúñiga Mesén Mario Sánchez Araya
  2. 2. World language Costa Rica reality Jianling Peng Melinda Roberts Julie Mathews, Aydinli and Regina Van Horne
  3. 3. JUSTIFICATION
  4. 4. INSTITUTION
  5. 5. PROBLEM
  6. 6. GENERAL OBJECTIVE
  7. 7. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To list some factors that influence the learning process in a multilevel class. To identify the different English levels students from seventh grade have. To compare positive and negative aspects of teaching English in a class of students from different English levels. To establish the characteristics from the CLLA which are useful to deal with students that have different English levels. To propose some techniques to deal with a Multilevel Class.
  8. 8. VARIABLES Factors English Levels Teaching Process Cooperative L. L. Approach Strategies
  9. 9. METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK Method Type Subjects • Empirical and Analytical • Exploratory and Descriptive Research • Seven Grade Students
  10. 10. INSTRUMENTS Questionnaire Check List Check List Survey Questionnaire Survey
  11. 11. Students who had received English Lessons in elementary school 24% YES 76% NO
  12. 12. Amount of years attending to English Lessons 26% 46% 15% 13% 6 years 5 years 4 years Less than 4 years
  13. 13. Understanding of Familiar Names, Words and Simple Sentences 16 14 12 10 8 Number of students 6 4 2 0 almost always sometimes rarely never
  14. 14. Ability to Interact in Simple Conversations 12 10 8 6 Number of students 4 2 0 always almost always sometimes rarely never
  15. 15. Students in class participation 33% 67% Sometimes Rarely
  16. 16. DIFFERENCES FOUND IN SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS' ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE DUE TO USE OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Help each other Feel comfortable advantage from their classmates No answer Take
  17. 17. What Cooperative Learning Is? 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 An approach A strategy No answer
  18. 18. CLASS ACTIVITIES ARE INTERESTING NO DECIDED 6% AGREE 32% TOTALLY DISAGREE 6% TOTALLY AGREE 56%
  19. 19. DO STUDENTS FEEL MOTIVATED TO LEARN AND USE ENGLISH WITH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AGREE 29% TOTALLY AGREE 71%
  20. 20. ACTIVITIES, ACTIONS, MATERIALS, OR STRATEGIES THAT WORK BEST FOR THE STUDENTS DIBUJOS 9% EXPLICACIÓN 9% JUEGOS-VIDEOS 38% COMPUTADORA 12% LIBROS 9% MÚSICA 23%
  21. 21. CONCLUSIONS  Incomplete English Learning Process at School  No Contact with English  Few Time Dedicated to Study  Different Levels of Learning  Non- Effective Students’ Participation  Teachers’ Insufficient Variation of Activities  Students like use of Technology  Teachers lack of knowledge about CLLA
  22. 22. RECOMMENDATIONS  More English Teachers  Motivate Students  Opportunities of English Courses  Reinforcement Lessons  Better Lesson Planning  Guidance to work with Multilevel Groups
  23. 23. PROPOSAL “DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERINSTITUTIONAL COOPERATION MODEL AND A SET OF TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF THE MULTILEVEL ENGLISH PROFICIENCY STUDENTS IN THE TUCURRIQUE HIGH SCHOOL”
  24. 24. GENERAL OBJECTIVE To develop a cooperative inter-institutional model and a set of techniques that can help to improve the teaching learning process at the Tucurrique High School. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1. To develop a cooperative model where university students give conversational English lessons to school students in order to reduce the problem with multilevel classes. 2. To give teachers a set of techniques that help them to deal with a multilevel English classroom. 3. To promote the creation of basic English courses for parents.
  25. 25. Techniques UNDERSTAND STUDENTS LEVELS (USL) TEACHING MIXED ABILITY LANGUAGE (TMAL) INTERINSTITUTIONAL COOPERATIVE MODEL (ICM)
  26. 26. BUDGET  $8.500 to $11.000 INITIAL INVESTMENT  $1000 IMPACT  Academic  Economical
  27. 27. DERIVED STUDIES 1. Differences among public and private education. 3. The advantage of include English for conversation in primary school educative curriculum. 2. Education in rural areas in Costa Rica.
  28. 28. UNIQUE AND INNOVATIVE No programs of cooperation among schools and universities regarding the use of the TCU to give English lessons to elementary school students.

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