Aprendizaje Cooperativo para Leer Juntos y Aprender Juntos

Nelson D’Olivares Durán

Resumen


Este artículo presenta algunos referentes teóricos acerca de la habilidad lectora y las dimensiones que ésta alcanza dentro del aprendizaje cooperativo. Asimismo, se propone la técnica “Reading- Together-To-Learn-Together” que surge de los talleres de comprensión lectora incluidos en la investigación enfocada en el aprendizaje a través de la práctica, titulada Cooperative learning as a methodological proposal to foster students’ English speaking skill, la cual fue una investigación cualitativa con enfoque Investigación Acción. “Reading-Together-To- Learn-Together” muestra cómo la lectura de cuentos cortos dentro del aprendizaje cooperativo mejora no sólo el hábito lector, sino la oralidad de los estudiantes en las clases de inglés.


Palabras clave


Lectura, oralidad, aprendizaje cooperativo, trabajo en equipos

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21500/01212753.2889