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The presence of cooperative learning in Spanish classes: observation and analysis of problems
Hanzalová, Marie Anna ; González Lozano, Javier (advisor) ; Čermák, Petr (referee)
The primary objective of the present study was to conduct an analysis of the presence of cooperative learning in Spanish as a foreign language (ELE) classes in the Czech Republic, with a specific focus on identifying the main challenges encountered by secondary school teachers during this process. To accomplish this goal, a mixed-method research approach was employed, utilizing an online questionnaire specifically designed for Spanish teachers. The initial section of the questionnaire encompassed an investigation into the participants' level of familiarity with the term "cooperative learning," as well as their knowledge and utilization of various cooperative techniques. Furthermore, the study explored the specific areas in which cooperative learning was applied, the essential prerequisites for its successful implementation, and the associated benefits linked to this pedagogical methodology. Conversely, the subsequent section of the questionnaire centred around examining the perceived obstacles encountered by teachers, students, and external factors that negatively impact the integration of cooperative learning within the classroom environment. The research findings underscored the widespread awareness regarding the concept of cooperative learning, with each teacher, on average, demonstrating...

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