Repetição de tarefas: uma revisão de estudos empíricos

Autores

  • Socorro Gardenia Carvalho de Paula UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO CEARÁ

Palavras-chave:

Repetição de Tarefas; desempenho oral em L2; ferramenta pedagógica.

Resumo

Trata-se de uma revisão sistemática de estudos acerca do tema repetição de tarefas e suas implicações para o desempenho oral em L2. O objetivo foi identificar, nos estudos revisados, que tipos de mudanças ocorrem quando os alunos se envolvem na repetição de tarefas e como essas mudanças podem estar relacionadas ao desenvolvimeto da linguagem. Para a busca dos estudos, foi utilizado o método de pesquisa online com o auxílio do programa Google Chrome. Assim, foram selecionados e analisados 31 (trinta e um) trabalhos publicados no período de 1993 a 2020, organizados de forma cronológica. Os estudos foram analisados tendo como base quais eram seus objetivos, qual metodologia  foi empregada, bem como que atividades foram utilizadas, relatando ao final de cada um deles os resultados obtidos. Os resultados apontaram para os benefícios advindos com a repetição de tarefas, tanto em termos de melhorias no significado, como na forma do idioma a ser aprendido, sugerindo que tal construto pode ser uma valiosa ferramenta pedagógica para o ensino e aprendizagem de línguas. 

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2812-2020

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Artigo de revisão de literatura