Análisis de la motivación en L2 entre futuros maestros: la importancia del género

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Marta del Pozo Beamud

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El papel que juega la motivación en el proceso de aprendizaje de una segunda lengua o de una lengua extranjera es innegable (Dörnyei & Ushioda). No obstante, al analizar la motivación es conveniente tomar en consideración otros factores que intervienen en este proceso como el género (Kissau). Los estudios realizados hasta la fecha han demostrado que las alumnas suelen estar más motivadas que sus compañeros cuando aprenden un idioma. Por lo tanto, los objetivos principales de este estudio son contribuir al cuerpo de investigación existente y determinar si existen diferencias de género con respecto a la motivación dentro de los estudiantes universitarios del grado de Maestro en Educación Primaria. Para ello, los informantes cumplimentaron en clase un cuestionario cuantitativo. Los resultados indican que las participantes encuestadas obtuvieron puntuaciones más altas que sus homólogos masculinos, lo que indica que están más motivadas.

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del Pozo Beamud, M. (2023). Análisis de la motivación en L2 entre futuros maestros: la importancia del género. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, 9(8), 32-43. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2023.4478
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