Las variables afectivas en un programa de inmersión lingüística: un estudio cuantitativo

Marta del Pozo Beamud

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La inmersión lingüística ha cobrado mucha importancia durante las últimas décadas, ya que muchos estudiantes de todo el mundo se han beneficiado de esta experiencia tan motivadora. Por tanto, el objetivo principal de este estudio es determinar si una semana de inmersión en inglés tiene una influencia positiva en los niveles de motivación extrínseca e intrínseca, ansiedad en LE y los yoes en LE (Deci & Ryan 2000, Dörnyei, 2005, Horwitz, Horwitz & Cope 1991). Nuestros participantes son estudiantes de educación primaria (M: 11,5) que participaron en dicho programa. Estos cumplimentaron un cuestionario cuantitativo al llegar (test) y antes de terminar la semana (retest). Con el fin de comparar los resultados obtenidos en ambos momentos se utilizaron análisis ANOVA de un factor. Los resultados indicaron que después de la experiencia, la motivación aumenta, mientras que la ansiedad disminuye y la presencia de los yoes en los participantes se debilita.


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Variables afectivas; inmersión lingüística; educación primaria

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18172/cif.4385

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