LA DETECCIÓN Y CORRECCIÓN DE ERRORES EN LA DEIXIS TEMPORAL DEL VERBO EN REDACCIONES ESCRITAS EN INGLÉS COMO LENGUA EXTRANJERA / DETECTION AND CORRECTION OF MISTAKES IN THE TEMPORAL DEIXIS OF THE VERB IN COMPOSITIONS WRITTEN IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Fulgencio Hernández García

Resumen


El presente artículo recoge la investigación que se ha llevado a cabo sobre la habilidad de alumnos españoles de inglés como lengua extranjera, entre 17 y 18 años de edad, en la etapa de educación secundaria, para detectar y corregir de forma autónoma, errores en la deixis temporal del verbo en sus redacciones escritas. Un profesor usó diferentes colores para destacar los tiempos verbales que los estudiantes habían usado en 63 redacciones, pero sin indicar si el tiempo verbal usado era correcto o incorrecto. Posteriormente, se devolvió la redacción a los estudiantes. De un total de 216 errores, los alumnos corrigieron 103 errores (47,6 %). También corrigieron otros errores relacionados con las formas verbales destacadas (por ejemplo, la omisión del sujeto). El artículo concluye con una reflexión sobre implicaciones pedagógicas de este estudio.

This article reports research carried out into the ability of 17-and-18-year-old Spanish students of English as a foreign language in the final stage of secondary education to detect and self-correct mistakes of verb tense in their written texts. A teacher used different colours to highlight the tenses of the verbs the students had used in 63 compositions but did not indicate if the tense used was correct or incorrect. The compositions were then returned to the student authors. Out of a total of 216 errors, students corrected 103 (47,6 %). They also corrected other errors involving the highlighted verbs (for example omission of the subject). The article concludes by discussing the pedagogic implications of the present study.


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tiempo verbal, escritura del inglés como lengua extranjera, corrección de errores, deixis temporal, verb tense, writing in English as a foreign language, correction of mistakes, temporal deixis

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