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Title: Gamification strategy and oral production
Authors: Escalante Gamazo, Marbella Cumandá
Paredes Colina, Guido Christian
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2021
Publisher: Universidad Técnica de Ambato-Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y de la Educación-Carrera de Pedagogía de los Idiomas Nacionales y Extranjeros
Abstract: Oral production is one of the most important skills that English language learners must develop and strengthen every day. Sadly, today's reality is terrible and even alarming. Students mechanically learn vocabulary and grammatical rules that they can only use with difficulty in written works and lessons. The problem basically manifests itself because there is no proper practice on the oral skill of all the content that has been learned. Considering the reason above this research was carried out, with the objective of determining the influence of the gamification strategy in the students´ development of the oral production. The present research aims to cover the search with the topic "Gamification Strategy and Oral Production" which determines the influence of the gamification strategy in the oral production development. The subjects of the research were 29 students of the fourth semester from “Pedagogía de los Idiomas Nacionales y Extranjeros” at Universidad Técnica de Ambato. Then, a bibliographic research was used to obtain theoretical support for the variables. An experimental research was also carried out in which students were given a pre-test that evaluated their level of oral production. Afterward, the students were exposed to gamifying activities for oral production development through different lessons. Finally, a post-test was applied in order to verify the effectiveness of the activities applied to help students develop their oral production. The results indicated that the Gamification Strategy had a positive influence on the students’ oral production
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