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Title: Discovery strategies and the listening skill
Authors: Iza Pazmiño, Sarah Jacqueline
Pico Balseca, Karla Lissette
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2020
Publisher: Universidad Técnica de Ambato-Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y de la Educación-Carrera de Idiomas
Abstract: Discovery strategy is important because it helps improve listening skills by providing the ability to distinguish the sound and word that is more autonomous by making students decrease cognitive procedures by increasing meanings. That is why this study was conducted, with the objective of analyzing the effects of the use of Discovery Listening strategies and the ability to listen, for which a descriptive methodology was used since it involved a quasi-experimental method to determine the behavior of students, highlighting aspects of listening ability. For this purpose, two groups of 28 students each was assessed with the PET evaluation as pretest and posttest to determine the effectiveness of the strategy. The research concludes that the Discovery strategy positively impacts to the listening ability of the students in tenth year of basic education. After its application, the development in several aspects was evident, such as the recognition of words, phrases or short stories. In addition to the comprehension and ability to make inferences when unknown terms are used.
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