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Recientemente, los juegos en-línea han tenido una gran difusión entre los estudiantes y esto les ha ayudado en el aprendizaje del inglés pero la opinión de los docentes sobre su uso no está clara. Así, este estudio pretende averiguar la perspectiva de los docentes con respecto al uso de juegos de ordenador en el aprendizaje del inglés, y ver si estas perspectivas están afectadas por la nacionalidad y las variables independientes: género, edad, calificación académica y la experiencia docente. Para alcanzar los objetivos de este trabajo se ha utilizado un método mixto: un cuestionario y una entrevista. El cuestionario fue aplicado a 20 docentes (10 de Granada, España y 10 de Salfit, Palestina). Adicionalmente, también se les entrevistó. Los resultados exponen que hay una contradicción entre las respuestas que avalan el uso de los juegos en-línea para aprender idiomas, y la realidad del aula donde no tienen cabida.

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Inglés como Lengua Extranjera gamificación opinión de los profesores

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ZohudN. W. I. (2019). Explorando las perspectivas de los profesores de palestino y español sobre el uso de juegos en línea con computadoras en el aprendizaje del vocabulario de inglés. PUBLICACIONES, 49(2), 93-115. https://doi.org/10.30827/publicaciones.v49i2.11346

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