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Title: Enfoque por tareas y aplicación de Canva en las Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas de Andalucía
Author: Mellado Rodríguez, Manuel
Keywords: Canva
Official Language Schools
cooperative learning
Issue Date: 11-Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This study is a didactic and methodological proposal whose objective is to contribute to the efforts made by the Official Language Schools throughout Andalusia in order to face the challenges they are currently facing. Among them we find a very diversified student body in terms of age with a varied cultural, educational and work situation, in addition to the great existing competition due to online or face-to-face courses that use new digital tools. All of that have repercussions on the decrease of enrolled students and certificates issued each year. The presented proposal works skills and contents of the B2 level of the official English curriculum and, at the same time, aims to improve formal oral production, along with the promotion of cooperation among students, their digital competence, their motivation and their involvement in their own learning process. This formal expression is worked through different methodologies: the taskbased approach, which brings learning closer to the real needs of the students, and cooperative learning, forming heterogeneous groups and using cooperative strategies to promote dialogue and improve results through mutual support and motivation. In addition, the Canva platform has been incorporated as a virtual and multipurpose environment, with its intuitive interface and the number of resources it offers. Moreover, teachers play the role of organizer, motivator and evaluator at the same time.
Language: Spanish
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