Didactic innovation based on a video-drama performance in the learning of English language on the sub skill of pronunciation with emphasis in general intonation of the students from 11th grade at Juan II Aleman Barbosa Institute during March to November

Intonation is a basic part of the oral language, it is essential to differ between questions and simple sentences. Intonation allows listeners divide the spoken language in order to understand the message. The importance of English intonation does not have enough attention in foreign classes, mainl...

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Main Authors: Potoy Rodríguez, Idania Esperanza, Sotelo Contrera, Karen Fabiola
Format: Tesis
Language: Español
Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://repositorio.unan.edu.ni/2100/
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Summary: Intonation is a basic part of the oral language, it is essential to differ between questions and simple sentences. Intonation allows listeners divide the spoken language in order to understand the message. The importance of English intonation does not have enough attention in foreign classes, mainly in high schools. A reason of this could be that teachers have not implemented any technique or strategy that helps students improve their English intonation. In this research is proposed a didactic innovation based on a video-drama performance and the objectives are focused on giving an alternative to help students from 11º grade of Juan II Aleman Barbosa institute improve English intonation in a dynamic and flexible way that allows them to participate in their learning. It will be mentioned the most appropriate methods to develop speaking activities which can be focused on the practice and improvement of intonation. In addition, it will be taken into account the importance of cooperative work to make students share responsibilities, and work together to obtain good results. And it will be considered the importance and utility of technology to carry out the production of a video-drama performance. In this paper is presented the methodology used in this investigation and all the information collected from the participants