Mobile Learning: atitude de estudantes universitários na aprendizagem de língua estrangeira com uso do celular/ Mobile Learning: attitude of university students in foreign language learning with the use of mobile phones

Luis Eduardo Wexell Machado

Abstract


Este trabalho foi realizado com a participação de três grupos de estudantes de português língua estrangeira, estando dois deles localizados na Faculdade de Ciências Exatas e Naturais, da Universidade Nacional de Assunção, cidade de São Lourenço, Paraguai e um deles na Escola de Administração Hoteleira Vatel, Assunção. Os sujeitos da pesquisa estiveram conformados por estudantes universitários que cursam a disciplina como matéria eletiva (Universidade Nacional de Assunção) e obrigatória (Vatel). A metodologia foi selecionada com base em uma abordagem quantitativa. Utilizou-se, como instrumento, questionário com os estudantes. Os resultados apontam para uma atitude positiva dos estudantes com relação ao uso do celular para atividades de aprendizagem de línguas estrangeiras, também apontam para a necessidade de aperfeiçoamento dos recursos, instrumentos e métodos para a melhora da atitude. As sugestões se centram na necessidade do desenvolvimento das habilidades digitais dos estudantes, sua agência, motivação e metacognição, bem como o uso amplo de metodologias de aprendizagem de línguas para maior oportunidade de apropriação dos affordances e aquisição da língua.

Keywords


Celular, Línguas Estrangeiras, TICs.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n4-070

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