Actitudes de estudiantes checos y eslovacos hacia el aprendizaje del español con profesores nativos y no nativos

Title in English The Attitude of Czech and Slovak Students toward Learning Spanish with Native and Non-Native Teachers


Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Colindancias. Revista de la Red de Hispanistas de Europa Central
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Keywords Native speaker; Non-Native speaker; Didactics; Spanish as a Foreign Language; Applied Linguistics
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Description This paper focuses on the attitude of Czech and Slovak college students toward learning Spanish with native and non-native teachers. The research is being conducted to verify the prominence of the native speaker as a role model in learning a foreign language. A questionnaire was used to find out from the students’ perspective the advantages and disadvantages of learning the language with a native teacher and a nonnative teacher. The results have helped to establish that there is no supremacy of one type of teacher, as they complement each other at different stages of the learning process.
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