The improper use of techniques and strategies affect the learning process on adults

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THE IMPROPER USE OF TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES AFFECT THE LEARNING PROCESS ON ADULTS






MAURICIO AUGUSTO SALCEDO MARIN







BNC CENTRO COLOMBO AMERICANO
TECNHICAL COURSE III SEMESTER
ARMENIA
2006
THE IMPROPER USE OF TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES AFFECT THE LEARNING PROCESS ON ADULTS



MAURICIO AUGUSTO SALCEDO MARIN


Research



Teacher: Fabián Bonilla BàquiroBNC CENTRO COLOMBO AMERICANO
TECNHICAL COURSE III SEMESTER
ARMENIA
2006







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Armenia, Quindio, November 17th, 2006
DEDICATORY


I want to dedicate this research to my family because they have been, they are, and they will always be beside me. To mycousin because he, as me, entered this course and when I needed help with something, I could count on him. To my classmates because they were with me for more than a year and a half almost every night and I got some awesome times with them. To my three teachers in this course Maria Elena Ceballos, Andrés Felipe Jiménez & Fabiàn Bonilla Bàquiro because without their teachings I could not be there.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


I want to say thanks to everyone in the BNC, to the Director, Coordinators, especially to Paola Alzate because when I was in the adult course she helped me a lot when I had a doubt or something. To my teachers during the teenagers, adults & technical program because if each one of them had been different I could not have passed the course and I could not havehad the topic for my research and for all the people that were and are with me helping me.










TABLE LIST

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• GRAPHIC LIST 9




• ANNEX LIST 10




• ABSTRACT 11




• INTRODUCTION 12





1. PROBLEM

1.1 Background 13

1.2 Context 13

1.3 Research Question 141.4. Specific Question 14


2. RATIONALE 15


2. OBJECTIVES

3.1. General Question 16

3.2. Specific Question 16



4. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK


4.1. Concept 1 17

4.2. Concept 2 18

4.3. Concept 3 19

4.4. Concept 4 19



5. LITERATURE REVIEW 22



6. METHODOLOGICAL DESIGN


6.1. Researchdesign 25

6.2. Data Collection Techniques 25

6.2.1. Data collection instrument 1 25

6.2.2. Data collection instrument 2 26

6.3. Timetable 26

6.4. Budget 28




7. FINDINGS 29


8. CONCLUSIONS 31
9. RECOMMENDATION 35


10. REFERENCES 36
























GRAPHIC LISTGeneral Graphic 40


































ANNEX LIST


Questionnaire 41 - 45

































ABSTRACT


Multiple intelligences are just the way which apprentices learn in a better way and easiest. And in almost all the classroom you can find the seven intelligences.INTRODUCTION

Some teachers can not draw or design visual aids in order to make the learners comprehend the topic or the class in a superior way, so students may feel not motivated to learn. In some cases, the learners may possibly feel uninterested and think something incorrect about the teacher and/or the institution.

Furthermore, we know that learners have a veryshort attention span and it depends on how much teacher uses the aids in the class and how those are used.

The aim of this project is to confirm the theory of David Paul Ausubel and help future and current teachers to plan new didactical lessons.






1. PROBLEM


1.1 Background

I have been studying at the BNC counting the present year for more than six years, so I can say...
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