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Title: Homework and students’ Academic Achievement of the English Language in Seventh Year Students at “Planeta Azul
Authors: Chimbo Cáceres, Elsa Mayorie
Astudillo Neto, Andrea Carolina
Keywords: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, FOSTER CONTENT, SEARCH, HOMEWORK, FEEDBACK EVALUATION.
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2019
Publisher: Universidad Tècnica de Ambato.Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y de la Educaciòn.Carrera de Idiomas
Abstract: The purpose of this investigation was to determine the influence of homework in seventh-year students’ academic achievement in “Planeta Azul” School from Ambato city. For the development of this research a mixed approach was used (qualitative-quantitative) with the purpose of getting a deeper analysis of this research, through a survey applied to 50 students and 3 teachers to get important data useful for the investigation process. Once the data was collected, it was tabulated and represented in tables and graphics to be analyzed later. Consequently, with the results got from the survey it was concluded that the teachers in “Planeta Azul” School don’t vary the type of homework they send and also since they only send two of three types of homework proposed in this work. These are: practice homework to make learners foster the content learned in class, preparation homework to search for new information before learners start a new class; and the extension homework that is the least used by teachers, which asks students to apply their knowledge and critical thinking in more difficult tasks. Unfortunately; it is causing that students don’t do their homework and inevitably their academic achievement is being affected for the lack of feedback in homework and the inadequate evaluation done by teachers
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