Medios móviles emergentes en la enseñanza de lenguas

M. Amor Pérez-Rodríguez, Águeda Delgado-Ponce

Resumen


Los avances tecnológicos y, en concreto la democratización del teléfono inteligente en todos los sectores de la sociedad, han supuesto un cambio en las comunicaciones, tanto en la forma como en el contenido de estas. Este contexto incide de manera importante en la enseñanza, y especialmente en el ámbito de la enseñanza de la lengua, dado que su objeto es el desarrollo de la competencia comunicativa. Desde esta perspectiva, este estudio tiene como objeto conocer los usos e innovaciones educativas que se están llevando a cabo en la enseñanza de lenguas con la utilización del teléfono inteligente, mediante la revisión de la literatura existente. Para ello, se han examinado publicaciones científicas provenientes de bases de datos internacionales de los últimos cinco años, desde 2012 al 2017, relacionadas con los posibles usos del smartphone en el ámbito de la enseñanza de lenguas, según destinatarios, herramientas y resultados de investigación. Los datos muestran un uso mayoritario de los móviles para la enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras, así como en la etapa de educación universitaria, especialmente como componente motivacional y para la corrección de malos hábitos.


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Smartphone; móvil; didáctica; lengua y literatura; enseñanza de lenguas

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