Uso de las redes sociales en la escritura entre alumnos de primaria

  • Aderlin Chung Kim Yuk Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Foon Yew 1 – MALAYSIA
  • Melor Md Yunus Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – MALAYSIA
  • Ashairi Suliman Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – MALAYSIA
Palabras clave: redes sociales, idioma inglés, alumnos de primaria, TIC, educación.


El avance de la tecnología ha traído transformación en la educación. La utilización de las redes sociales para promover el aprendizaje está aumentando exponencialmente en los niveles de educación secundaria y terciaria. Sin embargo, el investigador todavía dudaba de usar las redes sociales en los alumnos actuales de primaria. Por lo tanto, este estudio tuvo como objetivo explorar el uso de las redes sociales entre los alumnos de primaria y cómo perciben el uso del inglés en la escritura en las redes sociales. Los cuestionarios se distribuyeron entre 37 alumnos de primaria 4 en una escuela vernácula china en un estado del sur de Malasia. Los resultados mostraron que YouTube es la herramienta más destacada utilizada entre los alumnos y que tienen una buena competencia en el uso de las redes sociales que siempre usan. Los alumnos usan las redes sociales con fines académicos y no académicos. Sin embargo, un poco más de la mitad de los alumnos no tienen percepciones positivas sobre el uso del inglés por escrito en las redes sociales. Las redes sociales podrían explotarse en el aprendizaje de actividades de escritura para aumentar la conciencia de los alumnos hacia un mejor rendimiento de escritura.


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Aderlin Chung Kim Yuk, Melor Md Yunus, & Ashairi Suliman. (2019). Uso de las redes sociales en la escritura entre alumnos de primaria. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(21), 135-143. Recuperado a partir de