This is the story of… : legends in the acquisition of formulaic sequence in adult secondary schools

Abstract

Our experience with the use of legends of native people in the English class confirms that not only intercultural competence can be developed, but also chronological-temporal discursive formulaic sequences can be acquired in relation to the chronological organization of events. We describe the experience carried out at two evening schools and its impact on the writing of novel legends.

Source

Ponencia presentada en XVII APIZALS Teachers’ Conference, San Carlos de Bariloche, 18-19 Octubre 2019.

Publisher

Universidad Nacional del Comahue. Facultad de Lenguas

Date

2019

Bibliographic Citation

Scilipoti, Paola M., Tacconi, María Leticia & Zinkgräf, Magdalena. (2019). Let’s teach vocabulary through legendary lessons. Ponencia presentada en XVII APIZALS Teachers’ Conference, San Carlos de Bariloche.

Language

eng

Type

documento de conferencia

License

CC BY-NC-SA

Proyecto

J033: Enseñanza y aprendizaje de secuencias formulaicas en estudiantes de ILE (Inglés como Lengua Extranjera) en escuelas primarias

Citation

Scilipoti, Paola Mabel, Tacconi, María Leticia, and Zinkgräf, Magdalena. “This is the story of… : legends in the acquisition of formulaic sequence in adult secondary schools.” Biblioteca Digital de la Facultad de Lenguas. Universidad Nacional del Comahue. Accessed 18 Feb. 2020.

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