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Title: English clubs’ absenteeism in the bachelor in english language teaching program at Uniminuto.
Authors: Cely Betancourt Blanca Lucia; Asesor
Cubillos Laverde, Astrid Carolina
Escalante Sierra, Carlos Gabriel
Keywords: English Club
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2018
Publisher: Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios
Abstract: English clubs are a strategy implemented by some institutions with the aim of strengthening communicative skills in the English language, promoting interculturality and working as a complement to face-to-face classes. This allows students to interact with a native speaker and deepen their knowledge of the foreign culture at no additional cost. However, apathy and constant non-attendance to these spaces is sometimes evident. For this reason, it was necessary to inquire about the perceptions and attitudes that students from the Bachelor English Language Program have about the English clubs that are causing the non-attendance to these extracurricular spaces; given their value in learning English, they would be wasted. This investigation was developed into a qualitative research design with a descriptive approach. After making an analysis of the data collected, it was found that the lack of methodology, time, use of physical spaces and lack of methodological resources make the students lose interest in the English clubs and got demotivated.
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