Desarrollo de juegos de mesa para enseñar elementos literarios en "Matar a un ruiseñor"

  • Azlina Abdul Aziz Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – MALAYSIA
  • Nurul Shahira Mohd Raffi Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – MALAYSIA
Palabras clave: juegos de mesa, elementos literarios, texto literario, literatura inglesa, literatura didáctica.

Resumen

El propósito de esta investigación es interrogar la efectividad del desarrollo de juegos de mesa para enseñar elementos literarios como personajes, escenarios y temas basados ​​en el texto literario "To Kill a Mockingbird" de Harper Lee. El desarrollo de juegos de mesa en la enseñanza de la literatura inglesa tiene como objetivo ayudar a los estudiantes docentes a examinar críticamente su comprensión de los enfoques de la enseñanza de la literatura. Desarrollará aún más la apreciación crítica y la conciencia cultural para los estudiantes cuyo inglés es un segundo idioma. Este estudio se basa en un curso "Enseñanza de literatura: Lectura de la palabra y el mundo" que se imparte a 45 docentes de pregrado de TESL de Year 2 en la Facultad de Educación, UKM. Este estudio de caso se diseñó con cuatro métodos de recolección de datos, a saber, cuestionarios, entrevistas, juegos de mesa para estudiantes y ensayos reflexivos. En este estudio, los estudiantes maestros formaron seis grupos y luego eligieron un tema o un personaje como 'Tom Robinson', 'Atticus Finch', 'Boo Radley', 'Scout Finch', 'Estereotipos de género' y 'Racismo'. 'para desarrollarse más en juegos de mesa. Más tarde reflexionaron sobre todo el proceso de desarrollo de juegos de mesa, identificando sus fortalezas, debilidades y sugerencias sobre cómo mejorarlo. En general, los participantes percibieron que el desarrollo de juegos de mesa les ayuda a enseñar a los alumnos los elementos literarios tales como personajes, escenarios y temas.

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Publicado
2019-11-15
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Azlina Abdul Aziz, & Nurul Shahira Mohd Raffi. (2019). Desarrollo de juegos de mesa para enseñar elementos literarios en "Matar a un ruiseñor". Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(21), 118-127. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/937