Mediaa Music, inovando o método de ensino/aprendizagem da língua inglesa através de músicas

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https://doi.org/10.1590/1983-3652.2023.46297

Palavras-chave:

Inglês, Aprendizagem, Ensino Superior, Música

Resumo

O objetivo desta pesquisa foi identificar se um método de ensino baseado em músicas originais em inglês, chamado Mediaa Music, pode promover a aprendizagem de línguas de estudantes do ensino superior (n =80) em duas universidades no México durante 2021. Por meio de uma abordagem quantitativa com desenho quase experimental e escopo descritivo, foi possível identificar que o grupo de intervenção (Homens: n = 20, Idade: M = 19, 84, DP ±0, 824, Max = 20, Min = 18; Mulheres: n = 20, Idade: M = 20, 43, SD ±0, 184, Max = 21, Min = 18) apresentaram pontuações com diferenças significativas (p < 0, 05) quando expostos à proposta da Mediaa Music em comparação ao grupo controle (Homens: n = 20, Idade: M = 20, 16, SD ±1, 884, Max = 20, Min = 18; Mulheres: n = 20, Idade: M = 20, 80, SD ±1, 825, textMax = 20, Min = 18) que estudaram apenas com textos escritos. Não foram identificadas diferenças significativas (p > 0, 05) de tendência central entre as pontuações obtidas pelos alunos das duas instituições, nem no sexo dos participantes.

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Biografia do Autor

Daniel García Mercado, Universidad Tecnológica de Matamoros, México

Profesor Investigador de la Universidad Tecnológica de Matamoros, México

Arturo Amaya Amaya, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, México

Profesor Investigador de Educación a Distancia de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, México. Pertenece al Sistema Nacional de Investigadores del CONACYT, México y cuenta con la certificación PRODEP de la SEP. Es Doctor en Educación Internacional con especialidad en Tecnología Educativa; tiene un MBA con especialidad en Administración de Sistemas de Información; así como la Maestría en Big Data & Business Intelligence y la Maestría en Big Data & Inteligencia Organizacional. Su producción académica se compone de 4 libros, 16 artículos indizados y 14 capítulos de libro. Es evaluador de la Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED), la Universidad de Murcia, España; Revista Texto Livre de la Universidad Federal de Minas de Brasil; Revista Colombiana de Educación de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional y la Revista Internacional en Educación de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá, Colombia. Sus líneas de investigación son la Educación a Distancia en sus modalidades: abierta, mixta o híbrida y en línea; así como la Analítica de Datos en la Educación: Básico, Medio Superior y Superior.

Daniel Cantú Cervantes, Universidad Tecnológica de Matamoros, México

Profesor Investigador de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas

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05-11-2023

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GARCÍA MERCADO, D.; AMAYA AMAYA, A.; CANTÚ CERVANTES, D. Mediaa Music, inovando o método de ensino/aprendizagem da língua inglesa através de músicas. Texto Livre, Belo Horizonte-MG, v. 16, p. e46297, 2023. DOI: 10.1590/1983-3652.2023.46297. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/textolivre/article/view/46297. Acesso em: 23 fev. 2024.