Envíos recientes

  • De la coordinación docente a la interdisciplinariedad: voces del alumnado 

    Bolarín Martínez, María José; Moreno Yus, María Ángeles; Martín Sánchez, Concha (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    Los proyectos interdisciplinares se sustentan en la coordinación del profesorado y cumplen una función importante de cara a promover, el aprendizaje de y por competencias y, una enseñanza de calidad en los nuevos grados. ...
  • The use of rhymes and songs in the Teaching of English in Primary Education 

    García Conesa, Isabel María; Juan Rubio, Antonio Daniel (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    Most of us would surely agree that songs, once learned, are very hard to forget. Besides, experienced teachers of English understand the importance of using rhymes and songs in the teaching-learning process for their ...
  • Board-games as review lessons in English language teaching: useful resources for any level 

    Faya Cerqueiro, Fátima; Chao Castro, Milagros (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    This article examines the use of three different tailored board games, designed to be played in the classroom in order to review contents seen in class in an entertaining, friendly way. In all cases contents are related ...
  • English false friends at hand! Learning difficult English words through games 

    Roca Varela, María Luisa (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    Most English teachers share the opinion that false friends are challenging for EFL learners and many scholars have shown it with empirical evidence (Laufer 1997; Frantzen 1998; Chacón Beltrán 2000; Palacios and Alonso ...
  • Phonetic acquisition of Spanish as a Second Language: Some games and activities 

    García Andreva, Fernando (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    Teaching pronunciation is an essential part of second language acquisition. However, its development in the classroom, as well as the level of phonetic correction sought, has a low frequency and intensity, as a consequence, ...
  • Literature in SFL situations: Some ideas for teaching Spanish Golden Age theatre 

    Vila Carneiro, Zaida (Facultad de Educación de Toledo. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2015)
    This article focuses on the main difficulties that foreign students face when they have to learn the fundamental aspects about Spanish Golden Age theatre, and read plays written throughout that period. In order to address ...