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LIST OF TABLES AND GRAPHICS

Transcript evidence 1. Class observation notebook transcript.


Table 1. Common European Framework of References for Languages: Learning, Teaching,
Assessment. Taken from the Council of Europe web site.
Graphic 1. Results of the Multiple Intelligence Test applied to the students.
Graphic 2. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 1 how do you consider
your motivation to learn English? High, medium, low, very low.
Graphic 3. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 2 how often do you
feel motivated to learn during the English class? Never, sometimes, often, always.
Graphic 4. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 3 which one do you
think if your main difficulty when speaking English? Vocabulary and pronunciation,
fluency, gramma, understanding.
Graphic 5. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 4 which of the
following skills do you think is your main strength when speaking English? Vocabulary and
pronunciation, fluency, grammar, keeping a conversation going.
Graphic 6. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 5 which resources are
more often used in the classroom to teach the English language? Books and photocopies,
videos, images, markers and the board.
Graphic 7. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 6 are you aware of the
resources available inside and outside the classroom that could be used for the English
learning process? Yes, no
Graphic 8. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 7 how do you consider
the use of the physical resources available inside and outside the classroom for the English
learning process? Bad, acceptable, good, excellent.
Graphic 9. Results from the survey applied to the students. Question 8 speaking in positive
terms, how do you think the use of the physical resources in the classroom and/or inside the
school affect your learning process of the English language? Strongly, notoriously,
scarcely, in no way.