Alternative for teaching English and preparing students for certification. (Original)

Palabras clave: didactic alternative; teaching learning process; complementary workbook; english

Resumen

The development of the teaching- learning process of Cuban Higher Education considers the use of English Language of great importance for professionals, starting from the concept that their complete integral formation implies not only the awareness of the professional profile, but the skill of using English efficiently and the most advanced technological tools. English language teaching has gone through many stages, and we have worked with many syllabuses, today a new one is implemented in all Cuban Universities, which is Face2Face; it is very well designed but it needs motivated and creative activities to develop a positive teaching learning process. The present work pretends to present a Didactic Alternative to reinforce the English Language, therefore the quality of the English teaching is improved and it will support the discipline methodological activity for both, professors and students will have an useful tool (Complementary Workbook) for the learning process preparation and it will be more motivated. This work gives the students the possibility of evaluating their progress because the exercises are very well organized, with different sections.

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Biografía del autor/a

Maritza Núñez Arévalo, Universidad de Matanzas. Matanzas, Cuba.

Máster en Ciencias de la Educación. Prof. Auxiliar.

Ana Velia Domínguez León, Universidad de Granma. Bayamo, Cuba.

Doctora en Ciencias Pedagógicas. Prof. Titular.

Tania Morales de la Cruz, Universidad de Matanzas. Matanzas, Cuba.

Máster en Ciencias de la Educación. Prof. Auxiliar.

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2021-12-02
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Núñez Arévalo, M., Domínguez León, A. V., & Morales de la Cruz, T. (2021). Alternative for teaching English and preparing students for certification. (Original). Roca. Revista científico - Educacional De La Provincia Granma, 18(1), 226-244. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udg.co.cu/index.php/roca/article/view/2899
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