TEACHING ENGLISH IN PERU: ITS CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES IN A MEGA DIVERSE COUNTRY

Authors

  • Alex Pacheco, Orlando Reyes, Rosario Pariona,Consuelo Espino, Elizabeth Mendoza.

Abstract

This article makes a reflective analysis on the teaching of the English language in Peru from a social, cultural and inclusive perspective as part of the achievement of a quality education. Thus, historical, social and political aspects were identified that are not necessarily didactic, however, they are key elements for the so-called inclusive and global education within the framework of an education for all. Evidenced in this way, that the category addressed requires a reflective treatment and immediate actions with serious long-term policies and aligned with the policies regulated by international management, quality and educational accreditation frameworks. Through this documentary and hermeneutical study, it is intended to contribute and guide the improvement of bilingual education and promote the culture and interculturality of the complex and diverse Peruvian reality; that the authorities and institutions internalize the importance of the English language in the development of Peru on its way to global integration to achieve its own citizens of the world

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Published

2020-11-02

How to Cite

Alex Pacheco, Orlando Reyes, Rosario Pariona,Consuelo Espino, Elizabeth Mendoza. (2020). TEACHING ENGLISH IN PERU: ITS CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES IN A MEGA DIVERSE COUNTRY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(7), 13648 - 13657. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/5306