Simce Inglés 2012: Un 82% de los estudiantes no logró certificar el examen (entrevista completa a Mary Jane Abrahams)

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Los resultados del Simce de Inglés 2012 no fueron muy diferentes a la primera toma que se hizo el año 2010. Según los resultados, un 82% de los estudiantes no logró certificar el examen, mostrando nuevamente importantes diferencias entre los grupos socioeconómicos y colegios pagados y municipales.

Para Mary Jane Abrahams, directora de Pedagogía en Inglés de la Universidad Alberto Hurtado y presidenta de la Asociación de Profesores de Inglés, estos resultados se explican, principalmente, “porque en Chile se enseña inglés en español” y “cada vez aparecen más institutos impartiendo la carrera, campo al que los profesores certificados no dan a basto”.

Escucha aquí la entrevista completa a Mary Jane Abrahams.

Fuente: Concierto.cl

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Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He is the Coordinator of the English Department at Colegio Internacional SEK in Santiago, Chile. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Organiser of EdCamp Santiago 2012 & Edcamp Chile 2013, free, participant-driven, democratic, conversation based professional development for teachers, by teachers. EdCamp Santiago 2012 was held at Universidad Mayor in Santiago. Edcamp Chile 2013 was held at Universidad UCINF. Thomas is also a member of the Advisory Board for the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL), where he also serves as a reviewer and as the HETL Ambassador for Chile. Thomas enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. Thus far, he has written the following genres: romance, historical fiction, autobiographical, sports history/biography, and English Language Teaching. He has published a total of sixty one (61) books, all available on Amazon http://amzn.to/Qxmoec . The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family, his wife Gabriela, and his son, Thomas Jerome Baker, Jr.
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