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dc.contributorGómez Salazar, Alexandra-
dc.creatorBarrera Vinasco, Jymmy Alexander-
dc.description.abstractWith the advent of modern technology, in many countries ICT (Information Communication Technology) has become a useful tool used in L2 learning with increasing frequency. It offers English learners the possibility of practicing the target language using computer applications, electronic writing, smart phones, audio books, virtual interviews, and other current methods. This project focuses on didactic strategies supported by ICT to upgrade 11th graders' four skills in a bilingual school in Cali, Colombia. The speaking, listening, writing and reading English abilities were covered and enhanced through EFL workshops with ICT-based techniques. The results obtained from students' data provided twelve significant findings, showing that ICT has limitations, but also offers highly effective ways for EFL learners to increase their language proficiency and TOEFL IBT scores.-
dc.format.extent73 páginas-
dc.publisherUniversidad Icesi-
dc.subjectEnseñanza y aprendizaje-
dc.subjectEstrategias didácticas-
dc.subjectAprendizaje electrónico-
dc.subjectTecnologías de información y comunicaciones - Aspectos jurídicos - Colombia-
dc.subjectSistema educativo-
dc.subjectDepartamento de Pedagogía-
dc.titleDidactic strategies supported by ICT for the improvement of English learning among 11th-grade students in a private school in Cali-
dc.publisher.facultyEscuela de Ciencias de la Educación-
dc.type.spaTesis de maestría-
dc.contributor.roleAsesor Tesis-
dc.publisher.departmentDepartamento de Pedagogía-
dc.coverageCali de Lat: 03 24 00 N degrees minutes Lat: 3.4000 decimal degrees Long: 076 30 00 W degrees minutes Long: -76.5000 decimal degrees.-
dc.pubplaceSantiago de Cali-
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