Pedagogical Strategy

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Comics as a pedagogical strategy to development and improve the written communicative abilities.

General Objective

To motivate the students’ writing learning process, based on comics concerning superheroes at Liceo Julio Cesar Garcia Specific Objectives

To identify the problem in the learner’s writing process of seventh-grade at Julio César Garcia School.
To implement activities such as the comic book to generate a greater motivation in the English writing of the seventh grade children of the school, based on issues in writing skills
To evaluate the written process of students and the strategies used in the classes.

Context- Characterization.

Julio César García School, is located in district of La Candelaria neighborhood (Bogotá,
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