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Declaration of Authenticity

I, Cynthia Soto Mejia, Id number 4-192-620 declare that this paper is the result of my own effort and does not constitute any form of plagiarism in accordance with the principle of intellectual honesty. I also declare acceptance that any transgression to this fundamental principle on my part implies the failure of my graduation project, herein and all otherconsequences derived from illegal act.

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Signature I.D.

Dedication

First of all, I want to give thanks to God and the Virgin of Los Angeles for the opportunity that I had to study and get to the situation where I am now. Besides, I want to dedicate this thesis to my parents and my grandmother, who is dead, because they werealways willing to help me, no matter the difficulties, to become a professional woman as I am now.

Acknowledgement

I want to acknowledge my family because I have always received a lot of support from them. In addition, I want to make a special acknowledgement to all the teachers from the Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales because of the knowledge I acquired with them. I want to thank MerlinPerez and Diego Esquivel for their effort, time and dedication given to me on those moments when I needed them.

Table of Contents

Declaration of Authenticity i

Dedication ii

Acknowledgement iii

Chapter I viii

Introduction viii

1.1. Introduction 1

1.2. Antecedents 2

1.3. Justification of the proposal 3

1.4. Proposal 4

1.5. General Objective 4

1.6.Specific Objectives 4

Chapter II 5

Theoretical Foundations 5

2.1. Theoretical Foundations 6

2.2. The mediation of learning 7

2.3. Learner profile 7

2.4. Why to teach English? 11

Difficulties for learners 11

Pronunciation 12

Grammar 15

Vocabulary 16

2.5. Differences between spoken and written English 16

Varieties of English 17

Ninereasons why you should use songs to teach English as a foreign language 24

2.6. Tips for teaching English as a second language 26

2.7. How to learn English? 27

Chapter III 30

Educational Profiles 30

3.1. School Diagnosis 31

Districts 33

History 33

General Description 33

Interesting Sites 33

3.2. SWOT 34

3.3. Administrative Personal Role 36

3.4.Professor Role 36

3.5. Classroom Diagnosis 38

3.6. Educational Diagnosis 38

Chapter IV 46

Teacher’s Labor Report 46

4.1. Teacher’s Labor Report 47

4.3. Topics provided by the Ministry of Education: 50

Chapter V 51

Conclusions and Recommendations 51

5.1. Conclusions 52

5.2. Recommendations 53

Bibliography 54

6. Bibliography 55

6.1 Books 556.2 Internet 55

Annexes 56

7.1. Anexxes 57

Chart Index

Chart 1. SWOT …………………………….………………………………………………34
Chart 2. Result of the SWOT technique……………………………………………….34

Chart 3. Causal Analysis of the problems…………………………………………….35

Chart 4. Administrative Personal Role………………………………………………...36

Chart 5. Professor Role…………………………………………………………………..36

Chapter I

Introduction

1.1.Introduction

This document is the product of a deep and exhaustive investigation to know the functionality of the National Programs of English used in the different schools that form our educational system.

It contains the theory to understand how these programs have been designed, and also the reader will be able to know the difficulties teachers go through in order to implement them. It alsohas the data to be informed about the running of the school chosen as a sample for this research, diagnosis of different elements, a proposal justified to be the basis of this work and of course planning, evaluations, and practices that are part of teachers’ tasks.

It is quite indispensable for all the teachers to state that there are many causes of the total and complete failure of our...
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