Learning and improvement of languages: subtitling in the Primary Education Teacher's Degree
Keywords:Subtitling, higher education, language learning, ICT, teaching, mother tongue
The aim of this study is to analyse the role of subtitling when learning a foreign language ─English─, and improving mother tongue. Besides, subjects ─a group of third year Primary Education undergraduates─ assess the role subtitles could play in the classroom. A questionnaire was used to collected data, which suggest that subtitling is a really useful tool forgrammar and vocabulary acquisition, as well as for improving writing skills. Furthermore, they remark the importance of ICT and self-learningwhen teaching both a foreign language and a mother tongue. For another thing, trainee teachers’ opinions give the chance to exploresubtitles didactic role in a primary class.
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