An action research for implementing peer assessment strategy using audio recordings to improve the listening comprehension skills of 2nd year of baccalaureate


La presente investigación tuvo como objetivo mejorar las habilidades y competencias auditivas de los estudiantes utilizando la evaluación por pares como estrategia de aprendizaje. Se requería cerrar la gran brecha educativa encontrada en las escuelas luego de la pandemia COVID-19 que hizo que todo se detuviera. Una de las habilidades más complejas de desarrollar es la de escuchar. Por lo tanto, aplicando la investigación y la evaluación por pares entre compañeros, los alumnos podrían verificar su trabajo a través de capacitación específica, obteniendo mejoras positivas en la comprensión de su segundo idioma al grabar un audio como proyecto final. Los estudiantes estuvieron trabajando progresivamente durante cinco semanas para mejorar sus habilidades auditivas. Había cuarenta participantes inmersos en el estudio. El facilitador implementó una prueba previa y una prueba posterior para medir el conocimiento y la fluidez de los estudiantes en las partes inicial y final. Se requirió una lista de verificación y una entrevista de protocolo para trabajar con las perspectivas de los alumnos durante la innovación.

Palabras clave: evaluación entre iguales, estrategias, grabación de audio, escucha, trabajo en pareja.


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Pinargote Sánchez, M. J., Vera Sánchez, D. M., & Andrade Torres, M. V. (2023). An action research for implementing peer assessment strategy using audio recordings to improve the listening comprehension skills of 2nd year of baccalaureate. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 7(1), 3363-3383.

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