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dc.creatorDoncel Rizo, Carmen Edith
dc.date2015-09-09
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dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/reds/article/view/945
dc.identifier10.18359/reds.945
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.unimilitar.edu.co/handle/10654/20340
dc.descriptionThis article summarizes the different kinds of learning styles as well as the way to identify and classify students’ learning styles in an EFL classroom. It offers a range of strategies to make our teaching more sensitive and rewarding. There are also some research studies in the field of learning styles which suggest that teaching strategies should match students’ learning preferences in order to provide a variety of learning experiences to students. The article ends by suggesting some activities that engage students to learn based on their learning styles, which include a combination of individual and group work.en-US
dc.descriptionEste artículo resume los diferentes tipos de estilos de aprendizaje así como la manera de identificar y clasificar los estilos de aprendizaje de los estudiantes en un aula de clase de aprendizaje de inglés como idioma extranjero. Esto ofrece un rango de estrategias para hacer nuestro aprendizaje más sensible y gratificante. Hay también al­gunos estudios de investigación en el campo de estilos de aprendizaje que sugieren que las estrategias de enseñanza deberían coincidir con las preferencias de aprendizaje de los estudiantes con el fin de proveer una variedad de experiencias de aprendizaje a los estudiantes. El artículo termina sugiriendo algunas actividades que involucra a los estudiantes en aprender basado en sus estilos de aprendizaje, lo cual incluye una combinación de trabajo grupal e individual.es-ES
dc.descriptionEste artigo resume os diferentes tipos de estilos de aprendizagem assim como a maneira de identificar e classificar os estilos de aprendizagem dos alunos em uma sala de aula de aprendizagem de inglês como língua estrangeira. Isso fornece uma série de estratégias para fazer o nossa aprendizagem mais sensível e gratificante. Há também algumas pesquisas na área de estilos de aprendizagem que sugerem que as estratégias de ensino deveriam coincidir com as preferências de aprendizagem dos alunos a fim de fornecer uma variedade de experiências de aprendizagem para os estudantes. O artigo fina­liza sugerindo algumas atividades que envolvem aos alunos em aprender com base em seus estilos de aprendizagem, que inclui uma combinação de trabalho em grupo e individual.pt-BR
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaes-ES
dc.relationhttps://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/reds/article/view/945/687
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dc.rightsCopyright (c) 2015 Revista Educación y Desarrollo Sociales-ES
dc.rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0es-ES
dc.sourceEducation and Social Development Journal; Vol. 9, Núm. 2 (2015); 48-57en-US
dc.sourceRevista Educación y Desarrollo Social; Vol. 9, Núm. 2 (2015); 48-57es-ES
dc.sourceRevista Educação e Desenvolvimento Social; Vol. 9, Núm. 2 (2015); 48-57pt-BR
dc.source2462-8654
dc.source2011-5318
dc.subjectEducation, psychology, sociologyen-US
dc.subjectLearning styles; teaching strategies; learning abilitiesen-US
dc.subjectEducación, sociología, antropologíaes-ES
dc.subjectEstilos de aprendizaje; estrategias de enseñanza; habilidades de aprendizajees-ES
dc.subjectEducação, psicologia, sociologiapt-BR
dc.subjectEstilos de aprendizagem; estratégias de ensino; habilidades de aprendizagempt-BR
dc.titleStudents’ learning styles supporting efl practiceen-US
dc.titleEstilos de aprendizaje de los estudiantes apoyados en la práctica del EFLes-ES
dc.titleEstilos de aprendizagem dos alunos apoiados na prática EFLpt-BR
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