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Título : Strategies to improve students communicative competences in the first bachalleaurate in Nueve de Octubre high school 2016 2017.
Autor : Carriel Armijos, Daniel Francisco
Palabras clave : SOCIOLINGUISTIC COMPETENCE
STRATEGIC COMPETENCE
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editorial : Machala : Universidad Técnica de Machala
Resumen : Through this college Project it is encouraged to promote the correct usage of collocations acquired in the english learning process, but especially relating to the speaking skill, since some students do not know how to use do and make with collocations. Given that both verbs mean “perform” , it´s really important to get to know them and most of the time learn them by heart so that it does not affect their communicative competence. Through the usage of the gramatical competence, the sociolinguistic competence, the discourse competence and the strategic competence the students´ appropriate uasage of collocations will be a dream come true. It is our proposal that starting elementary school at the very beginning, teachers should share this appropriate collocations´ usage in a constant way through the competences mentioned above, and this way, it will be a cert that most students will have a high command of the usage of do and make with collocations. At the very end of their baccalaureate stage, they will accomplish the correct usage of the verbs do and make which is essential to get the B1 level which is highly required by the government and through all this process make the chance of getting into university something possible and successful at the same time.
URI : http://repositorio.utmachala.edu.ec/handle/48000/9878
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