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Humanistic education in Spanish context : its value in the secondary classroom - Fonseca Mora, María del Carmen
In this paper, we report the findings of a collaborative case study where an English teacher in the Spanish secondary school uses humanistic exercises to enhance motivation. Data collection procedures such as audio-recorded lessons, language tests and motivation questionnaires were used leading to both quantitative and qualitative analyses. The results indicate the usefulness of these humanistic activities as key elements in fostering the type of meaningful contextual interaction that promotes high motivation and selective attention. They also generated a sense of community and the emergence of collaborative relationships. Therefore, more oral contributions in the target language were observed as learners...
What does it mean to be a man? : codes of black masculinity in Toni Morrison's paradise and love - Gallego Durán, María del Mar
Within the debate over the representation of contemporary Black masculinity,
Morrison has played a pioneering role, especially in two of her novels –Paradise
(1998) and Love (2003)– where her intervention in this debate has become deeply
infl uential due to not only her incisive portrayal of the fi gure of the patriarch and the
devastating effects of the institution of patriarchy on the African American family and
community, but also because she has shaped “alternative masculinities,” or diverse
embodiments of what it actually means to be a Black man nowadays. Morrison is
bent on changing their representation by providing plural models of masculinity,
which necessarily take into account...
Multiple intelligence theory and foreign language learning : a brain-based perspective - Arnold Morgan, Jane; Fonseca Mora, María del Carmen
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory is presented as a cognitive perspective on intelligence
which has profound implications for education in general. More specifically, it has led to the
application of eight of these frames to language teaching and learning. In this chapter, we will
argue in favour of the application of MIT to the EFL classroom, using as support some of the
major insights for language teaching from brain science.
The use of co-operative work and rubrics to develop competences - Delgado Canto, Miguel Ángel; Fonseca Mora, María del Carmen
Some of the most important engineering skills required nowadays, such as the ability to co-operate to find appropriate
information, to solve problems through critical and creative thinking, to make decisions and to communicate
effectively, are dealt with in this study carried out with chemical engineering students. The study investigates how
certain competences needed by students may be developed through co-operative learning. Learners were given clear
evaluation rubrics to know what was expected of them. Data were obtained from a survey form, assessment results
and meetings with individual groups. The main results indicate that the teacher’s involvement in creating a challenging,
integrated teaching unit and students’ effort...
El pensamiento en la clase de inglés : fuente de poder o vulnerabilidad - Rubio Alcalá, Fernando David
The students’ thoughts are a source of power when they are used correctly in
the EFL classroom, but, on the contrary, they may be an obstacle to learning
and cause emotional instability if the students do not use them well.
According to general studies of psychology, thoughts can be classified as
relevant and irrelevant. A relevant thought takes place when a person
dedicates his thinking to a specific task. For instance, a student is doing a
multiple-choice exercise about phrasal verbs, and makes hypothesis and
deductions from his knowledge of phrasal verbs in order to do the exercise.
Then, as those relevant thoughts take place, other thoughts that...