Narratives of: The life-history of a Pre-service English Teacher in the region of Rio Raposo
Gamboa Andrade, Judith Yaneth
Licenciado en Lengua Extranjera - Inglés
To speak of pre-service teachers in Colombia is to talk about different realities. That is, their experiences, experiences, beliefs and ways of life of teachers who perform their work in urban contexts and these differ from teachers who are in rural contexts. And it is referenced in these last ones that my study of autobiographical narrative research is given and how it is practiced in rural contexts. The objective of this narrative study is to describe how the life experiences of a pre-service teacher in the region of Rio Raposo-El Tigre shape the pedagogical practice of the English teacher. To this end, the research question is as follows: How to the life experiences of a pre-service Teacher in the region of El Tigre Rio Raposo describes the pedagogical practice of the English teacher. The narrative was carried out in an individual research project by the researcher for the Research Mentor Program of the Bachelor in English as a Foreign Language of the Santo Tomás University, Bogotá. The autobiographical narrative research was done through narrative frames, teacher reflective journals, multidata and a Language Learning History. It is aimed at collecting data related to the Learning and teaching experience of the pre-service English teacher to make sense of their impact in their current practice as English teacher in the Jaime Roock Institution in village El Tigre, rural zone of Buenaventura. The data was examined through thematic analysis under two main themes: The pre-service teacher history in a community of Buenaventura and the region "El Tigre-Rio Raposo", English Language Teaching in rural area. The analysis also rendered emerging subthemes such as: Before being a pre-service English teacher at the Raposo river, Previous experiences as an English teacher:Practices in the pacific region of Buenaventura- "The Valley" Buenaventura is located in the southwestern zone of Colombia, English teaching practices in the Raposo river- of El Tigre. Analysis offered powerful insight on situations that affect the teaching-learning process in this rural context. As well as the role of teachers in pre-service in rural areas and the role of the English teacher
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