Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Estudio del aprendizaje del español en Taiwán basándose en un corpus:

Aplicación de Corpus en la Enseñanza
Hui-Chuan (Felisa) Lu
De acuerdo con los estudios anteriores, el valor del método de consultar el corpus también se verifica positivamente en la presente investigación. Tal como muestran resultados de los errores cometidos en las palabras combinatorias, por un lado, los estudiantes pueden aprovechar el Corpus de Referencias del Español Actual (CREA) de la RAE para corregir esos errores y los profesores también pueden obtener materiales útiles para

Fri, October 26, 2007 | BEN 2.104

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The application of corpus linguistics in language teaching
Like previous studies, the value of consulting an existing corpus is also corroborated in this study. The results of this study of errors on collocations (e.g., "trabajar duro", "tomar una decisión") made by learners demonstrate that they can take advantage of the Corpus de Referencias de Español Actual (CREA) of the Real Academia Española to correct these errors and that instructors can also obtain useful materials for the teaching of such collocations. Moreover, upon evaluating learning effects, related factors that affected our objective of obtaining a better control of this applied method were discovered. For example, the most favorable and popular uses of corpus linguistics for learning are lexical searches, in contrast to grammatical searches. If the limitations of this application and other design difficulties can be overcome, so that the corpi reflect learner needs and are utilized by advanced learners of Spanish, the efficiency of the searches can be even more satisfactory and result in facilitated learning and teaching.

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