THEATER AS A STRATEGY TO IMPROVE ORAL EXPRESSION IN EI STUDENTS OF THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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This research formulated as the main objective of determining the influence of the theater, as a strategy on the oral expression of first grade high school students of the I.E. Kingdom of Spain, Barranco- 2020, where theories related to oral expression were considered, in turn conceptions of oral expression and its elements, are revised concept of strategies. The study was quantitative, applied type, with quasi-experimental design, the sample was intentional non-probabilistic and consisted of two groups: Control Group of 25 students and Experimental Group also of 25 first grade high school students. The technique used was observation and the instrument an Oral Expression Observation Sheet, composed of 20 items that evaluates the three dimensions worked: verbal resources, for verbal and non-verbal. The results denote positive variation in the development of oral expression before and after the implementation of the program theatre as a strategy, which changes from 92% in process to 96% as an achievement in the post test; achieving a p-value of 000, less than α x 0.05, by using the Mann Whitney U-test, which makes it possible to conclude that the theater program influences oral expression. It is proposed to hold theatre workshops in educational institutions to improve oral expression.
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