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Title: Children’s Songs and the Linguistic Intelligence
Authors: Infante Paredes, Ruth Elizabeth
López Jordán, Adriana María
Issue Date: Jul-2019
Publisher: Universidad Tècnica de Ambato.Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y de la Educaciòn.Carrera de Idiomas
Abstract: The investigation aimed to research about the relationship between Children's songs and the linguistic intelligence of studentsfrom 6 to 7 years oldat Unidad Educativa Fé y Alegría.In the methodological area the use of qualitative approaches stood out because it contributed to the improvement of the theoretical and quantitative framework by using tables and graphs that gave rise to the analysis and interpretation of data from the statistical perspective, the modalities were field and bibliographicaldocumentary, in the levels or types used the exploratory stand out to analyze the reality of the problem to investigate, the descriptive studies of the problem and the causes and effects; association of variables integrates theindependent variable children´s songs and the dependent variable the linguistic intelligence. The work was carried out with a population of twenty children and two teachers for two weeks. The operationalization of variables both independent and dependent benefited in the elaboration of instruments to collect numerical data using the list of comparison, lesson plans, surveys and checklists, while the analysis and interpretation supported to verify and to accept the affirmative hypothesis: Children's songs have a relationship with the linguistic intelligence of children from 6 to 7 years old at Unidad Educativa Fé y Alegría. Nonsense songs help children to develop their pronuciation, vocabulary and their learning process
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