Monday, May 18 • 9:30am - 10:30am
[Webinar] Increasing Students' Oral Practice Through Collaborative Tasks LIMITED

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By means of this research I intended to explore the perceptions of a group of students in a fully online Spanish course with the incorporation of collaborative tasks in the course. The research was applied to a group of 30 participants from 5 different language levels. The methodology involved the design of three collaborative tasks according to the participants’ level, and the tools used were a survey, class videos, reflection on task- documents, and an interview at the end. Research question: In what ways did students perceive they benefited more from the collaborative tasks? 

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Karina Febres García M. A. in TEFL

Laureate Languages Online, Peru
My name is Karina Febres, I’m from Lima, Peru. I have worked as an English and Spanish teacher for more than 20 years in different institutions in Peru and abroad. I have a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a foreign language and applied linguistics from the Universidad Europea... Read More →