El teatro como estrategia didáctica para fortalecer la oralidad
Rodríguez Vergara, Gladys Del Carmen
Montero Guerrero, Gina Paola
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AbstractTheatre as a didactic strategy for the improvement of orality is a qualitative research project that presents the school reality regarding the difficulties of discursions involved in the use of oral language in communicative situations; arose from the need to give students the tools to express their ideas and generally all their needs more effectively; it became necessary to understand the potential of theatre, as a teaching strategy that would help students improve their oral expression. The research process follows the direction of the qualitative experiential approach, applying methodology Research Action Participation where it starts from an identified problem and reflects around a problem, in relation to the proposed objectives, allowing us to observe the various subjective realities, which through research is built and interpreted in each of its phases. At the time of carrying out the diagnostic phase in this investigation, we were able to demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses in relation to oral expression, especially in aspects of lexical poverty, the constant use of molehills, the use of an inappropriate tone of voice, vocalization incorrect and some aspects related to body expression. The above showed the need to strengthen this process in students through the implementation of theatrical workshops used as a pedagogical strategy that contributed to mitigate the most critical weaknesses of the students. During the analysis of the research phases, it can be affirmed that theater didactics has contributed to the improvement of oral expression, thus allowing us to overcome some weaknesses presented in the diagnostic phase of the research; allowing to reflect on the importance of oral expression, in the practices of teachers from all areas of knowledge, and the need to work activities aimed at strengthening oral expression, we finally conclude that oral expression can be strengthened if strategies are sought that be framed in the tastes and interests of the student, and especially that they are planned organized and executed with a view to improving the weaknesses of the students.