ARGUMENTATION WRITTEN IN THE VIRTUAL FORUM, OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ISOLATION

Authors

  • Liliana Mercedes Haro León
  • Doris Donatila Lara Malca
  • María Ricardina Alcalde Mosqueira
  • Nelly Flor Matta Crispin
  • Yadira Julia Jiménez Jáuregui
  • Clara Isabel Namuche Cruzado
  • Hermilio Hugo Vicuña Salvador
  • Carlos Miguel Pérez Lara

Abstract

The general objective of this research was to know the level of written argumentation in the virtual forum of undergraduate students of a University of Chimbote, 2020. The type of research was basic descriptive, non-experimental cross-sectional design. It was applied to a sample of 270 students from the first cycle of studies of a certain professional career, the technique used was the survey and as an instrument a questionnaire of batteries of closed questions, proposed for validity by experts and reliability through the measurement statistics: Cronbach's alpha; whose final valuation is 0.70 which shows that the instrument is highly reliable. The results achieved indicate that, of the 270 undergraduate students, 79% are within the high level and according to the dimensions of the argumentation: planning 73%, textualization 75%, revision-correction 84% and editing 62%. Finally, based on the result of this research, an intervention plan is proposed to strengthen the written argument in the virtual forum, in the context of social isolation. The general objective of this research was to know the level of written argumentation in the virtual forum of undergraduate students of a University of Chimbote, 2020. The type of research was basic descriptive, non-experimental cross-sectional design. It was applied to a sample of 270 students from the first cycle of studies of a certain professional career, the technique used was the survey and as an instrument a questionnaire of batteries of closed questions, proposed for validity by experts and reliability through the measurement statistics: Cronbach's alpha; whose final valuation is 0.70 which shows that the instrument is highly reliable. The results achieved indicate that, of the 270 undergraduate students, 79% are within the high level and according to the dimensions of the argumentation: planning 73%, textualization 75%, review-correction 84% and editing 62%. Finally, based on the result of this research, an intervention plan is proposed to strengthen the written argument in the virtual forum, in the context of social isolation.

 

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Published

2021-04-28

How to Cite

Liliana Mercedes Haro León, Doris Donatila Lara Malca, María Ricardina Alcalde Mosqueira, Nelly Flor Matta Crispin, Yadira Julia Jiménez Jáuregui, Clara Isabel Namuche Cruzado, Hermilio Hugo Vicuña Salvador, & Carlos Miguel Pérez Lara. (2021). ARGUMENTATION WRITTEN IN THE VIRTUAL FORUM, OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ISOLATION. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(5), 227-262. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/7904

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