Social Issues Shared Through Posters and Videos: A Way for Enhancing Productive Skills in ESL Students

Vladimir Román Gutiérrez-Huancayo


According to experts, students respond better to challenges where creativity and innovation are boosted than in the classical teaching-learning model, this also includes the English classroom. Based on this premise, this mixed and pre-experimental design research seeks to share the effect of a social poster project on tertiary education students’ productive skills performance in a public institution in Peru. The data was collected from 71 participants who were assessed before and after this through pre and post-test. In addition, a closed and open-ended questions survey was carried out to know the participants’ views on their posters’ creation experience and look for the most common rhetorical elements in their creation. The most noteworthy findings were the statistically significant score improvements in productive skills in the participants, upon project completion, and the favorable opinion about this, in conjunction with their preference for Logos design, at the time of persuading people.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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