ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING THROUGH GAMES AND MUSIC.
Teaching English in early childhood education is crucial in the current world, offering children valuable advantages academically and professionally. In this literature review, it has been studied the early acquisition of English, that fosters language skills, cognitive, social, and emotional development, enhancing communication, curiosity, and cultural openness. Although it seems to be such a broad topic, many papers and articles have been found which, by specifying each topic, have shown a wide variety of results. This topic arose out of concern about English language teaching in Spain. Traditional English language learning approaches often fail to engage students, leading to boredom and reduced motivation. To address this, educators are exploring dynamic methodologies and engaging activities that prioritize student motivation and promote a more enriching learning experience. This paper presents a bibliographical analysis of the techniques that exist to improve the teaching of English, both with games and with music. Playful pedagogical approaches, including games and music, have emerged as effective tools for making English learning engaging and meaningful. This literature review aims to explore effective teaching strategies, curriculum design, and learning materials to facilitate English language acquisition in early childhood education. The review will analyse relevant articles, establish hypotheses, and highlight the benefits of using games and music for teaching English. Overall, this work pursues to create a stimulating and inclusive learning environment that fosters children's motivation, curiosity, and engagement in the English language, recognizing the importance of early English language learning in today's society.
Trabajo Fin de Grado leído en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos en el curso académico 2023/2024. Directores/as: Virginia Carolina Vinuesa Benítez
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