lunes, 14 de marzo de 2016

Everlin Correa's Contribution

Everlin Correa's Contribution

Language is the resource we use to communicate with others, through language; we can express our opinions, ideas and more. There are various ways to communicate through language, they are writing, signs, gestures and speech; each of these communications means allow us to acquire knowledge through interaction with others.

the learning is the process in which the person receives new knowledge, taking into account many aspects such as experience, education, the exchange with the surrounding context, observation among others, learning allows us to adapt to new environments and respond the constant changes of everyday life.

the Teaching is the process by which knowledge is transmitted from one person to another through the interaction, using a variety of methods and techniques that facilitate this activity. Teaching is a process that occurs not only in academia, also occurs in other contexts such as social and family, ceasing to be in some cases strict and planned; an example of this is when we teach values to our children from the home.


Conceives the knowledge as something that is constructed through the learning process, the student has an active role, where he uses the senses and meanings constructed, also provides that the language is the primary form of interaction. This theory emphasizes the importance of social interaction in learning demonstrates that students learn more when they do cooperatively, for this reason the teacher should encourage feedback between students. The teacher's role in this process is essential because he is the facilitator of learning and the development of mental structures, therefore the teacher should create appropriate and creative environments that allow students to understand new knowledge.


1.    The teacher asks students are organized into groups and discuss about their likes.
2.    Professor through a video explains creatively how to ask questions and responding with the words "Do you like .... - I like, I do not like ..."
3.    The teacher asks the student groups that associate their previous knowledge to start the class with the grammatical structures exposed in the video.
4.    Finally students share their answers with the group for feedback among all.


Brown, H. D. (2007). Principles of language learning and teaching fifth edition. Pearson Longman. San Francisco State University.
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Montes, Luz del Carmen. 2007. Constructivismo
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