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Title: A comparation of the approaches used in teaching EFL at the PUCESA to adults and teenagers
Authors: Proaño López, Guillermo Luis
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador Sede Ambato
Citation: Proaño López, Guillermo Luis. (2006). A comparation of the approaches used in teaching EFL at the PUCESA to adults and teenagers . Disertación (Licenciatura en Lingüística aplicada a la enseñanza del idioma inglés) - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Escuela de Lenguas y Lingüística.
Abstract: Adults and teenagers have the necessity to learn English because our world pushes people to interact and transmit information each day. English has become an international language and it is used for many purpose. Our country is not the exception and Ecuadorians need to learn to communicate in English, otherwise Ecuador would get behind the new and latest information. Adults have to conscious that English is a tool to be better in their jobs, and teenagers should prepare themselves by learning English to be competetive in this world. Ecuador has many wonderful places to be visited; unfortunately, it is neither well promoted nor advertised. Ecuadorians should have a good level of English so they can explain and advertide our country to foreigns from diverse cultures and nationalities. Schools, universities and institutes that offer English as an academic subject should have good English programs and very well trained teachers, so their students are able to accomplish their objective which is communication in English
Description: 1. Psychology of the learner. 2. Language development. 3. Approaches and methods in language teaching. 4. Research in the difference between adult and teenager learners. 5. Purpose: Activities to teach efl to adults and teenagers. 6. Conclusions and recommendations
Appears in Collections:Licenciatura en Lingüística aplicada con mención en Enseñanza de Lenguas

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