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IMPROVING READING IN TENTH GRADE STUDENTS AT DESAMPARADOS NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL

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IMPROVING READING IN TENTH GRADE STUDENTS AT DESAMPARADOS NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD MAGISTER Graduation Memoir Seminar to get the Licenciatura in English Teaching Improving Reading in Tenth Grade Students At Desamparados Night High School Presented by: Georgina Bonilla Pérez María Elena Rojas Pomarez Tutor: Lawrence Vega Miranda 2009
  2. 2. Introduction  Disadvantages  Desamparados Night High School  Sample  Suggestions
  3. 3. GENERAL OBJECTIVE  Factors that interfere in the process of reading and strategies to improve the skill.
  4. 4. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES  Factors that students face through the process of learning  Weaknesses in the present program of the MEP  Helpful strategies
  5. 5. METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK  Type of investigation  Population  Sample (60 students of tenth grade and four English teachers)
  6. 6. GATHERING OF THE INFORMATION INSTRUMENTS  Students and teachers questionnaire  Class observation  Analysis of the MEP English Program  Administration information
  7. 7. VARIABLES  Academic shortcomings  Motivation  Social problems  Personal problems
  8. 8. Data Analysis
  9. 9. 5. How do you think the English you receive is? 8 students = 8% 25 students = 42% 22 students = 37% 5 students = 13%
  10. 10. 7. Which of the following percentages in the development in English readings do you think get adapted to you? 3 students = 5% 13 students = 22% 35 students = 58% 9 students = 15%
  11. 11. 8. Which of the following issues in English reading do you think you fail the most? 30 students = 50% 12 students = 20% 18 students = 30%
  12. 12. 9. Do you consider that the chosen English readings are interesting? 18 students = 30% 3 students = 5% 9 students = 15% 30 students = 50%
  13. 13. According to the teachers answers these are the results:
  14. 14. 2. In which of the following skills do you consider the students perform the best? Graphic No. 2 25% 0% a. Grammar b. Listening 50% c. Oral d. Reading 25% 2 teachers = 50% 1 teacher = 25% 1 teacher = 25%
  15. 15. 3. According to the Ministry English Education Program the English the students receive is: Graphic No. 3 25% 0% a. Very Good b. Good 50% c. Regular d. Poor 25% 2 teachers = 50% 1 teacher = 25% 1 teacher = 25%
  16. 16. 5. Which of the following percentages in the development in English reading do you think get adapted to your students? Graphic No.5 25% 0% a. One hundred % b. Eighty % c. Fifty % d. Tw enty % 75% 3 teachers = 75% 1 teacher = 25%
  17. 17. 6. Which of the following issues in English reading do you think the students fail the most? Graphic No.6 0% a. Vocabulary b. Idiomatic expressions 100% 4 teachers = 100% c. Social and Cultural contents
  18. 18. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS  Low knowledge in English  No weakness in the MEP Program  Lack of motivation  No support by the Institution
  19. 19. Recommendations  Work on intrinsic motivation  Work as a department  Activities to improve vocabulary  Workshops

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