ONLINE COLLABORATIVE WRITING IN ENGLISH AT THE FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE: SOME QUANTITATIVE DATA ON STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN INTEGRATED SECONDARY EDUCATION

Revista Leia Escola

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Title ONLINE COLLABORATIVE WRITING IN ENGLISH AT THE FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE: SOME QUANTITATIVE DATA ON STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN INTEGRATED SECONDARY EDUCATION
 
Creator Dantas, Sabrina Guedes Miranda
Lima, Samuel de Carvalho
 
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Description Online Collaborative Writing (OCW) on Google Docs has been used as an approach to the teaching of Portuguese as a first language and of English as a foreign language in Brazil. On this article, we present some quantitative data on OCW drawn from a larger pedagogical intervention research related to the participation of 36 students from Integrated Secondary Education at the Federal Institute in Rio Grande do Norte. Students were divided into seven groups to write, collaboratively on Google Docs, a post for an informative blog over three online collaborative sessions. The initial findings are related to frequency, time, and interactions during those sessions. Our conclusion is that time and frequency of students on each session are not related to the amount of interactions, for groups that showed more engagement, in fact, spent less time writing, even though they had an average frequency on the sessions.
 
Publisher Universidade Federal de Campina Grande
 
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Date 2020-08-27
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revistas.ufcg.edu.br/ch/index.php/Leia/article/view/1876
10.35572/rle.v20i2.1876
 
Source Revista Leia Escola; v. 20, n. 2 (2020): ENSINO E APRENDIZAGEM DE LÍNGUAS E LITERATURAS NOS INSTITUTOS FEDERAIS; 27-42
2358-5870
10.35572/rle.v20i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://revistas.ufcg.edu.br/ch/index.php/Leia/article/view/1876/pdf
 
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