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STUDENTS INPUT AND OUTPUT IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE & SUBJECT CONTENT THROUGH DIGITAL STREAMING PLATFORMS

Natacha Rita Díaz Luis

Abstract


Teaching and learning have been broadly modified due to the introduction of digital devices in the classroom, as well as Content and Integrated Learning methodologies applied. Digital and linguistic tools have been concurrently utilized to teach and learn subject contents. However, poor study has been developed upon informal contexts of CLIL learning through streaming platforms. Thus, this study is a continuation of an early contribution (Díaz- Luis, 2020) about language and content learning through digital audiovisual platforms. For this reason, an investigation has been conducted (n=39) selecting private Secondary Education high school students to analyze how they learn English as a foreign language and subject content while they are watching audiovisual material online. A questionnaire has been created to investigate how the English language and disciplinary aspects are learned. The results have demonstrated that these informal practices have certain learning contributions to different disciplines being English the lingua franca in these digital platforms.

Keywords: CLIL, digital learning, English as a foreign language (EFL), informal education, Secondary Education.


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